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L Word: The Complete Fifth Season [4 Discs] (DVD) (Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV) (Eng)

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    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (4 out of 4)

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    This word should only be in an adult's vocabulary.

    Special Features

    • First two episodes of The Tudors, Season 2
    • The 2008 Wolfe Women's Party in Tampa
    • Point Foundation PSA
    • Making of the Suburu Pink Ride
    • Music Video
    • Plus unlock additional special features on your PC: Californication Season 2 episodes
    • Dexter Season 3 episodes
    • Closed Captioned

    Synopsis

    The fifth season of the ms.-adventures of the "bisexual and sapphically inclined ladies and their friends," as Alice (Leisha Hailey) states, once again finds them engaged in all sorts of shenanigans. In the season's ongoing story line, Jenny (Mia Kirshner) finagles a chance to direct the movie of her book and hires an assistant (Malaya Rivera Drew) whose intentions are suspect. Jenny's friends express disappointment in the actresses portraying them in the film adaptation of her roman à clef, but she already has her hands full with the problematic star (Kate French). Shane (Katherine Moennig) is involved in copious sexcapades and continues to utilize her uncanny ability to seduce any woman in the lesbian universe. Only this time, her roving libido puts a crimp in her relationship with the beautiful Paige (Kristanna Loken). Elsewhere, Max (Daniela Sea) begins a relationship with the interpreter for Jodi (Marlee Matlin); workaholic Bette (Jennifer Beals) winds up in the arms of a former lover; and dating woes plague the extremely picky Tina (Laurel Holloman), but her luck appears to change when she spends an enchanted evening with a stunner she met online. The reason why Tasha (Rose Rollins) didn't go to Iraq is revealed as she gets slapped with a discharge for homosexual conduct and saddled with a homophobic military lawyer. Club owner Kit (Pam Grier) faces several business challenges, including new competition in Shebar, "L.A.'s first superhot girls only club." And it's not long before Kit and her posse find themselves in a catfight with the cutthroat lesbians (Elizabeth Keener, Alicia Leigh Willis) who own Shebar. ~ Ray Stackhouse, Rovi

    Cast & Crew

    • Jennifer Beals - Bette Porter
    • Laurel Holloman - Tina Kennard
    • Mia Kirshner - Jenny Schecter
    • Pam Grier - Kit Porter
    • Leisha Hailey - Alice Pieszecki
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