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First met: Already together for 7 years before the show begins, Bette & Tina met at .. Description of relationship: Shane and Carmen meet on a job together, and. The first episode of the second series, where Shane is doing Arianna Huffington's hair on the TV set that Carmen is working for. They end up. Oct 16, The L Word- Shane and Carmen meet season 2!! Carmennnn!.
One gorgeous brunette looks just like another? Give me an easier metaphor. Another new face in the character flash-by montage is a man with a movie camera. Eric Lively joins the cast. Rachel Shelley joins the cast. When the characters group in front of the art, gorgeous brunette is among them. What would you do if you had a penis for 24 hours is the topic of the day.
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Camryn Manheim is a guest star. Mimi Kuzyk is a guest star. Holland Taylor is back in this episode. So is Meredith McGeachie. Back to the penis for a day discussion. Shane comments that Carmen knows whether or not Jenny is really a lesbian.
Dutton is a guest star. Dutton in a role where he is a smart businessman and gets to play kissy-face with the goddess of all womankind, Pam Grier.
Kit slips up and reveals to Tina that Bette went to New York. Directed by Lisa Cholodoenko at 6: Skeezy looking building security guard is watching people boinking in the stairwell. He records it and calls his buddy Mark to gloat. Guests include Camryn Manheim, Charles S. Dutton, and Meredith McGeachie.
Bette is happier than a kid with an ice cream sundae. Mark and Gomey are looking at the video from the stairwell. They call it an award winner. Directed by Burr Steers at 4: Kit and Benjamin Bradshaw are having lunch. He gets lonely on the road. When they say goodbye it turns into a very long lip-lock kind of goodbye. Dutton gets the most perfect expression of desire on his face. Alice is helping Tina move into a new apartment. Melissa Rivers is a guest star.
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Sandra Bernhard is back. Michael Tomlinson and Chris William Martin are guests. Helena presents Tina with paperwork about putting money in the bank account of the headquarters for social justice. Directed by Jeremy Podeswa at 5: Charlotte Birch and Hunter Kirby walk the street at night.
We see a windmill like the one from Moulin Rouge. They come upon a prostitute who looks just like Jenny and speaks beautiful French. They propose a threesome. Prostitute worries whether she can satisfy Charlotte. Alice and Dana are spending so much time doing the horizontal mambo that Dana is neglecting her training regimen.
They discuss whether or not to reveal their sexy times to their friends. How long will that last? Directed by Ernest Dickerson at 5: Loyal S2, E8 A rocky mountainside. Two cowboys and a woman in a bonnet. Cowboy now dressed in street clothes comes out of his motor home.
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Notices nearby motor home rocking. Investigates to find two men banging wildly. Throws one out — naked. The two cowboy stars argue about keeping their sex lives secret. Shades of Montgomery Clift. Alice and Dana asleep. All they do is fuck. Do you feel sorry for them? Tony Goldwyn guest stars. Lauren Lee Smith and Michael Tomlinson are also guests.
Sara Botsford is a guest. Shane stares at her beat up face in a mirror. Mark is watching on his hidden camera. Directed by Alison MacLean at 7: Jenny and Carmen shower together. Shane knocks and says let Mark in, then opens the door and sees two naked ladies on the toilet. Not a happy sight for our Shane.
Mark must pee outside. Mark films himself introducing his new video project.
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Gomey wants to know where the pussy is. Kelly Lynch is back in this episode. So is Tony Goldwyn. Sandra Bernhard and Camryn Manheim are guests. Marks has visions of going to Sundance. His boss tells him to get some lesbian sex or give all the money back he spent on the film.
Directed by Tony Goldwyn at 5: Two of the listeners ask a sex books author about orgasms. Jenny's affections toward Carmen are great although not reciprocated; Carmen maintains an openly informal outlook on their relationship, even encouraging Jenny, at one point, to pursue her writing instructor.
Although Shane repeatedly claims she has no trouble with Carmen's relationship with Jenny, she turns to drugs and unfulfilling promiscuity to avoid their relationship. Noticing Shane's destructive behavior, Carmen confronts Shane, where they acknowledge that they have strong feelings for each other, and Shane reveals her fear of getting close to another person this is brought on by abandonment issues in Shane's childhood.
Jenny and Carmen end their relationship when Jenny views a videotape of Carmen and Shane's "love confession. Season three Edit In the six months that pass between the second and third season, Carmen moves in with Shane and Jenny. She introduces Shane to her traditional family, although Carmen's family does not acknowledge their relationship, opting instead to actively ignore the signs of Carmen's sexuality. Immediately, Shane is welcomed as familia "family" by Carmen's mother, Mercedes, and Shane becomes close to Carmen's family, having never had one of her own.
When Shane and Carmen get matching tattoosCarmen's grandmother notices the likeness, remarking that they are like engagement rings, which Mercedes overhears. After Carmen's mother tries to set Shane up with a carpet cleaning businessman, Carmen becomes greatly insulted and finally outs herself to her family, confronting Mercedes for refusing to accept her sexuality and recognize her relationship with Shane.
Carmen's mother reacts in anger and effectively disowns her, stating that she rather Carmen be a whore, than a lesbian. When Shane's ex, Cherie Jaffe Rosanna Arquettegets back in touch with Shane, Carmen becomes angry at the proximity of the ex-lovers and confronts Shane, who then reveals that she had no knowledge of Cherie's intentions to get back in touch.
Later, Carmen seeks to charm and woo a group of Def Jam record executives a label owned by Russell Simmons during a party. Seeing this, Shane is hurt and jealous and reacts by cheating on Carmen with Cherie in the episode 3.
Carmen finds out about the infidelity the following morning and, after a couple arguments, she and Shane seek to mend the rift when Shane confesses that although she, herself, is bound to make mistakes, Carmen is the only person with whom Shane has wanted to have a monogamous relationship - another 'first' for Shane. Carmen later admits to Shane that she cheated on her with a woman named Robin after Shane's own infidelity with Cherie Jaffe some speculate that Carmen did not, in fact, cheat on Shane and only wanted to gauge Shane's reaction to being the person on the other end of the infidelity; however, this is only speculation.
After the death and funeral of one of Shane's best friends, Dana Fairbanks, episode 3. Sensing the imprudence of the proposal, Carmen does not respond at first, but later accepts in effort to comfort and protect a seemingly inconsolable Shane. The third season finale takes place on Shane and Carmen's wedding day, which is financed by Helena Peabody and is meant to take place in Whistler, British Columbia where same-sex marriage is legal.