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The L Word

The L Word

Showtime 2004

A group of lesbian friends struggle with romance and careers in Los Angeles.

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The 10 Worst Episodes of The L Word

The L Word - S7E1

#1 - None

0.00

Season 7 - Episode 1

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of The L Word from 0 votes.

The L Word - S3E3

#2 - Lobsters

7.49

Season 3 - Episode 3

Shane opens her own styling business, and Bette loses her position as the sole provider for the family, forcing Tina to take up a job under Helena. Now back in L.A., Jenny introduces Moira to her surprised friends. Dana and Lara make plans to visit France while Alice still obsesses over Dana. Meanwhile, Kit is surprised by The Planet's new manager who wants to make some drastic changes to the place.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of The L Word from 75 votes.

The L Word - S3E7

#3 - Lone Star

7.51

Season 3 - Episode 7

Tina takes a business trip to Canada and has a chance to explore her feelings for the opposite sex. Dana's treatment puts a strain on her and Lara's relationship. Meanwhile, Jenny helps Moira in her transformation to Max, Carmen and Shane dedicate parts of their bodies to each other, Alice reverts back in her obsession over Dana, and Kit takes control. In a special appearance the B-52's perform at The Planet.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of The L Word from 59 votes.

The L Word - S3E8

#4 - Latecomer

7.55

Season 3 - Episode 8

Jenny plans a charity event to support Max when they find out he can't pay for the top surgery. Helena takes the girls to a surprise trip to honor Dana in her recovery, and Carmen is still dealing with the aftermath of Shane's ex. Meanwhile, Bette kicks Tina out of the bedroom and tries to find peace in Buddhism. In a recording studio, Kit gets help from unexpected sources -- but is it too much to handle?

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of The L Word from 64 votes.

The L Word - S4E3

#5 - Lassoed

7.55

Season 4 - Episode 3

Tina throws a cocktail party to get her gay and straight friends to know each other better. Penniless Helena is looking for a job. Shane takes care of her little brother, Angus' band is on the verge of a breakthrough, and at the art college, Bette's teaching assistant is having feelings for her. Meanwhile, Phyllis attends a ladies-only Texan night at The Planet.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of The L Word from 65 votes.

The L Word - S3E5
#6 - Lifeline
7.56
Season 3 - Episode 5

As Tina finds herself attracted to men, Bette explores Buddhism and also hears good news on the work front. Both Alice and Kit try out speed-dating; Kit with Angelica's male nanny Angus and Alice with a lesbian vampire. Meanwhile, Dana receives devastating news about her illness, Helena pursues documentarist Dylan Moreland, Moira goes out as Max, and Shane's ex drops by to see her.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of The L Word from 66 votes.

The L Word - S3E4
#7 - Light My Fire
7.56
Season 3 - Episode 4

While Tina and Helena attend a documentary screening, Bette leaves for Washington D.C. to speak at a Senate hearing and meets with Senator Barbara Grisham. Attempting to provide for both herself and Moira, Jenny puts her dreams of becoming a writer on hold and starts waitressing at The Planet. Jenny and Moira are also invited to a party hosted by Billie Blaikie where Moira meets like-minded people. Meanwhile, Carmen has to decide whether to give up Shane's opening party in exchange for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to DJ at an exclusive VIP party, and Dana plays at a tennis tournament and declares her love for Lara in front of TV cameras.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of The L Word from 73 votes.

The L Word - S5E7
#8 - Lesbians Gone Wild
7.57
Season 5 - Episode 7

Niki's antics off and on set cause nightmares for her agent as well as the production team. Alice learns that in order to land the high-profile talk show gig, she needs to out people on live TV. Bette takes Phyllis' daughter Molly to visit the movie set. She's beyond bored until Shane takes her to SheBar to see lesbian oil wrestling. Meanwhile, Tasha meets the visiting prosecutor who's about to go against her in the trial.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of The L Word from 54 votes.

The L Word - S4E11
#9 - Literary License to Kill
7.59
Season 4 - Episode 11

Bette finds out that Jodi's been offered a job at an art center on the East Coast. Tasha's memories of the war continue to haunt her, and she is ordered to keep her sexual orientation a secret. Meanwhile, Shane plans a surprise for Paige, Helena is kicked out of the hotel, and Max comes to a decision regarding his job.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of The L Word from 58 votes.

The L Word - S5E11
#10 - Lunar Cycle
7.60
Season 5 - Episode 11

After the revelation at the Pink Ride, Jodi vows to fight for Bette. Tasha and Alice look for a house together, and at work, Alice meets a New Zealander fashion designer. Adele finally reveals her master plan: to take over the movie. Finally, Dawn Denbo and lover Cindi deliver a blow that pushes Kit over the edge.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of The L Word from 57 votes.

Last updated: mar 11, 2021

Comments

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AHHHH LEGIT had to resuscitate my gay heart back to life when I heard this show is getting a reboot. I'm so happy <3 Rooting for Sharmen to make a comeback. like please.

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Brilliant

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Brilliant

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I'm so late to the party. I'm glad though. I think I enjoyed it more, now, in 2020 than I would have when it first came out. I think out of all of them, I miss Jenny and Dana the most. To me, Jenny will always be that girl from season 1.

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Wohoo

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Progressive and great, but sometimes overly-progressive, meaning that the didactic nature of the series sometimes interfered with the story-telling. And some of the storylines were of course better, or more sophisticated, than others.

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