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|Katherine Moennig In The L Word: Lifeline|
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Season Three, Episode 5. This is easily one of the hottest episode of The L Word ever! There is an amazing, bondage scene with Leisha Hailey and Erica Cerra, from SyFy's Eureka, which should be geek-bait, and some awesome, hot scenes with Katherine Moennig and Rosanna Arquette, Rachel Shelley and Alexandra Hedison, and Lauren Lee Smith and Erin Daniels.
|Katherine Moennig In The L Word: Lifesize|
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Season Three, Episode 6. We have one of he few sightings of actual Sarah Shahi nudity in this episode. Sarah gets nearly naked a lot on this series, but doesn't go all the way, so her sideboob shot here is nice. Also, Rachel Shelley and Alexandra Hedison have a petty hot scene where they're fooling around.
|Katherine Moennig In The L Word: Lost Weekend|
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Season Three, Episode 2. Kit hires a party promoter to get the business up at The Planet, Jenny and Moira run into hateful rednecks on their way back to California, Carmen's mother attempts to turn Shane into more feminine, Bette and Tina try to find a male role model for Angelica, Helena helps Alice get over her obsession with Dana, while Dana herself deals with health problems.
Two great clips from this episode: Lauren Lee Smith lets her breasts peek through the bubble while in the tub with Erin Daniels, and Sarah Shahi does a sexy dance in black lingerie before getting in on with Katherine Moennig. This would have been a great show without all the talk, talk, talk.
|Katherine Moennig In The L Word: Labia Majora|
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Season Three, Episode 1. Bette and Tina deal with parenting Angelica while attempting to rekindle their relationship and handle an obnoxious social worker. Alice has a traffic accident, Helena gets into the movie business, Carmen and Shane's relationship gets a tad more serious as Carmen takes her to meet the parents, and Jenny, recovering at her parents', has had enough with the Midwest and ponders moving back to L.A. with her new girlfriend Moira. This episode has three excellent nude clips: Erin Daniels and Lauren Lee Smith in bed and topless, Katherine Moennig topless while making out with Sarah Shahi, and Mia Kirschner in her bra while getting it on with transexual Daniela Sea.
|Katherine Moennig In The L Word: Lacuna|
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Season Two, Episode 13. A surprise guest shows up at a sad event as Bette gets stunning news about her job. Tina goes into a surprisingly difficult labor, Jenny (Mia Kirshner) finally reaches breaking point over her painful childhood memory, Alice struggles with her jealousy, and Peggy Peabody lays down the laws with her daughter, Helena.
|Katherine Moennig In The L Word: Las Grimas de Oro|
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The L Word. Season Two, Episode 6. Alice (Leisha Hailey) pushes Dana (Erin Daniels) to break up with Tonya, but Dana isn't prepared for when Tonya reveals her own secret. Tina (Laurel Holloman) considers her new attraction to Helena (Rachel Shelley), Kit finally hooks up with Benjamin, and Jenny and Carmen continue to enjoy each other's company. In this episode, a very pregnant Laurel gets some lovin' and Katherine Moennig has an interesting encounter with a flower delivery chick played by Stefanie von Pfetten.
|Katherine Moennig In The L Word: Labyrinth|
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Season Two, Episode 5. Bette (Jennifer Beals) tries to fix her relationship with Tina (Laurel Holloman), but she gets a rude awakening with some bad news both at home and work. Alice (Leisha Hailey) and Dana (Erin Daneils) try taking their relationship to a different level, Shane (Katherine Moennig) starts her new job as a PA to Veronica Bloom (guest star Camryn Manheim), and Jenny (Mia Kirchner) gets some confidence from her new hairstyle. Leisha and Erin share a couple hot scenes, while Katherine gets some action and stunt women Monique Ganderton shows off her bod in the sexy opening.
|Katherine Moennig In The L Word: Lynch Pin|
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Season Two, Episode 4. Bette (Jennifer Beals) travels to New York to seek funding for her art center and has an incredibly hot encounter with a girl she picks up at a bar (Gina Holden). You'll probably recognize cute brunette Gina from her roles on TV series like Harpers Island, Flash Gordon and Blood Ties, or from her many guest appearances on shows like Smallville. There's also a nice scene where Leisha Hailey and Katherine Moennig go skinny dipping.
|Katherine Moennig In The L Word: Life, Loss, Leaving|
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Season Two, Episode 1. Bette (Jennifer Beals) desperately begs for forgiveness from Tina (Laurel Holloman) over her affair with Candace (Ion Overman), but it falls on deaf ears. But Tina is revealed to be hiding a shocking secret from her friends that she happens to be pregnant again. Meanwhile, Alice (Leisha Hailey) and Dana (Erin Daniels) continue to hide their romantic tryst from the others, including Tonya. Jenny (Mia Kirshner) finds herself with writers block, and saying an emotional goodbye to Tim as he prepares to leave town for a teaching job back in Ohio. Shane lands a new lover, named Carmen de la Morales (Sarah Shahi), whom she meets at a movie studio while doing hairstyling for her latest client. With Marina gone after learning of her nervous breakdown and her attempted suicide, Kit decides to buy The Planet and continues to have mixed feelings over hanging out with Ivan (Kelly Lynch).
|Katherine Moennig In The L Word: Liberally|
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Season One, Episode 10. Bette is worried about Tina when she throws herself into volunteer work, Marina and Francesca get into an argument, Alice thinks she may be pregnant by Lisa, and Dana and Jenny try to console each other.
|Katherine Moennig In L Word: Pilot, The|
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Season One, Episode 1. Bette Porter and Tina Kennard have been a couple for seven years, and they want to start a family. Their next-door neighbor, Tim Haspel, is excited that his girlfriend, a talented young writer named Jenny Schecter, is moving in with him. But soon mixing with Bette and Tina's circle of lesbian friends, Jenny learns that her Mid-West university education may not have prepared her for what she will learn about life, lust, and love in Los Angeles
|Katherine Moennig In L Word: Loyal and True, The|
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Season Five, Episode 12. Shane and Molly share a passionate morning before meeting Molly's mother, Phyllis, and Joyce for breakfast. Phyllis asks if Molly is taking the internship during the following summer that they once talked about, Molly replies that she will spend the summer surfing with Shane, who was unaware of the internship. Shane is later confronted by Phyllis who says that Shane is not worthy of Molly's being and must break up with her. Helena Peabody returns to Los Angeles to visit her dying mother in the hospital and is gifted by her family's wealth once again. Once hearing of Kit's loss of The Planet while she was away, Helena brings a mighty tempting proposition to SheBar co-owner Cindi: the chance of escaping Dawn's claws by selling the ownership documents of the bar, which Cindi gladly accepts. Meanwhile, Alice almost kisses Clea Mason, but doesn't end up falling in temptation despite her continuing problems with Tasha. Elsewhere, Bette gives a speech supporting Jodi at her new art exhibition, but later Jodi attacks Bette by humiliating her in front of everyone. Filming on 'Lez Girls' finally wraps up as everyone arrives in all the glitz and glamor to the film's celebration wrap party, where Bette reunites with Tina at last. The deranged Adele tries to ban Jenny and her friends from attending and continues to pass off the work as her own (as well as continuing to impersonate Jenny). But Jenny, with Tina's help, pushes her way into the party anyway and sets the record straight by giving a powerful speech demolishing Adele's character, but also says how thankful she is for the rest of her friends' loyalty and trust, ironically in that same moment, Shane betrays Jenny by seducing Nikki where Jenny walks in on them. Looking towards Shane, Jenny (more angry and cynical then ever) vows revenge...
|Katherine Moennig In L Word: Lifecycle, The|
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Season Five, Episode 10. The girls attend the Subaru Pink Ride, a Los Angeles charity bicycle event, to support breast cancer research as well to remember Dana Fairbanks. Meanwhile, Tina is furious for Niki blowing her cover about her relationship with Jenny to the press, but the crafty and psychotic Adele assures Tina the two won't be seen together publicly. Meeting old friends prompts Tasha to ponder her long-term plans in life over her stance with the Army. Molly's continuing interest with Shane leads her to follow her on the bicycle marathon and eventually succeeding in hooking up with her. During a campfire stop of the bicycle ride, Bette and Tina are forced to reveal their secret newfound romance to their appalled friends, leaving Jodi completely wrecked.
|Katherine Moennig In L Word: Liquid Heat, The|
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Season Five, Episode 9. Kit and the owners of SheBar, Dawn and Cindi, arrange a sit down of talks to try to end their ugly conflict over business and "lesbo rights". But it becomes clear that Dawn is not only slightly insane, but very domineering, and her impossible demands for full rights of the street becomes known. Meanwhile, Shane has an "encounter" with Molly who continues to maintain that she is straight and not interested in Shane's pick-up lines. Elsewhere, Jenny fires a "prissy" male actor from the set after he makes a move onto Niki.
|Katherine Moennig In L Word: Lookin' At You Kid, The|
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Season Five, Episode 5. Jenny throws a party to introduce her friends to the actresses playing them in "Lez Girls," which provokes both delight and distress. Meanwhile, Bette and Tina try to deal with what is obviously a rekindled spark. Alice angrily outs a closeted gay sports star after he utters a homophobic slur, which sparks a media firestorm.
|Katherine Moennig In L Word: Let's Get This Party Started, The|
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Season Five, Episode 4. Bette's jealousy over Tina's new girlfriend is the probable cause of a surprising moment. Meanwhile, Jenny takes over casting for 'Lez Girls' where she is courted for the lead in her movie by the latest ambitious actress, Nikki Stevens, to play Jenny's character. Also, the gang attends the opening of a new lesbian club, called SheBar, located just down the street which is competing with The Planet and operated by a shady couple named Dawn and Cindi.
|Katherine Moennig In L Word: Look Out Here They Come!, The|
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Season Five, Episode Two. Tina's obvious, lingering affection for Bette affects her dating prospects. With Shane lay ed off from her job while WAX is being repaired from the mysterious fire, Jenny lands her a last-minute gig of styling hair for the wedding of Jenny's boss's daughter which results in a hilarious series of erotic encounters as Shane scores with all the bridesmaids. Meanwhile, Tasha returns to town and reveals to Alice her reason that she's being being investigated for "homosexual conduct". Meanwhile, Kit and Max spot a young girl, named Adele, who's obsessed with Jenny's work and hook her up with her dream job of being Jenny's new personal assistant. In prison, Helena is rescued by her cell mate, Dusty, from a severe beating from the other inmates.
|Katherine Moennig In L Word: LGB Tease, The|
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Season Five, Episode 1. Shane aborts her plans to move in with Paige to help raise her son, and later suffers the consequences. Meanwhile, Jenny returns from a Mexican vacation with a billionaire movie financier in tow to launch an all-out war against Tina to take back her rights to the movie production 'Lez Girls'. Phyllis has sudden doubts about the exclusivity of her romance with Joyce during her coming out party that Kit throws at the Planet. There, Alice and Shane attempt to set Tina up on a date. Helena gets tossed into jail for ripping off Catherine's ill-gotten cash, and with nobody to help her, she faces a grim life behind bars. Bette's welcome-home gesture to Jodi backfires.
This episode features a great scene of Jennifer Beals, who has yet to be naked, fooling around with deaf hottie Marlee Matlin. All I can say is that it involves a blindfold. Another highlight is sexy Brit Rachel Shelley getting topless while checked in to prison and perennial all-star Leisha Haley (one of the show's few real life lesbians) in a hot scene with Rose Rollins.
|Katherine Moennig In L Word: Long Time Coming, The|
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Season Four, Episode 12. Paige decides it's time to confess the truth to her son, Jared, about her romance with Shane. When Jared reacts negatively, Shane tries consider a more permanent solution by considering buying a house so they all can live together. Alice has a hard time accepting that Tasha is heading back to Iraq for another tour of duty and feels betrayed that Tasha never revealed her intentions of returning to war before allowing Alice to fall in love with her. Helena looks for a way out from the evil Catherine's financial clutches and seizes an opportunity (with both hands) to get out of the gambling high life... by stealing all of Catherine's ill-gotten cash and splitting town. Papi helps spearhead a beach side going away party for Tasha. Bette gets a heaping dose of honesty from Tina when she looks to her for advice on wooing back Jodi who's left for upstate New York, which leads Bette to ask Alice and Shane for help to construct a large artwork to win Jodi back. Tina returns to the lesbian fold and Kate Arden let's her know she's interested, but Tina has eyes for someone else: Bette. Phyllis gets more than legal advice from Joyce Wischnia when she pursues a divorce. Fearing that the mentally unbalanced, sociopath Jenny may cause the studio to pull out of producing 'Lez Girls,' Tina and Kate Arden unwisely decide to exclude her from a meeting with executives. But Jenny uncovers their plans and barges in the meeting anyhow, and apparently ruins the whole deal. But later, Kate has a surprise for Jenny by firing Jenny and hiring the vindictive Stacey Merkin to take over the screen writing for the movie. Also, Max decides to go to San Francisco to get his final gender change surgery underway, and Kit slowly becomes warmer to Angus once again.
|Katherine Moennig In L Word: Lesson Number One, The|
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Season Four, Episode 7. Helena struggles to find a way to pay off pay her $50,000 poker debt to Catherine, who gives her an option out: an all-out, one-on-one card game of strip gin rummy to erase Helena's debit. Tina approaches Jenny with an offer by her studio boss to film one of Jenny's stories into a movie. Meanwhile, Bette's new relationship with Jodi heats up and they both end up getting the task of consoling the grieving Phyllis over her break-up with Alice. Elsewhere, Tasha has troubles letting go of the past during her tour of duty in Iraq, and pushes Papi away who offers her sympathy. Alice then takes it upon herself to visit Tasha at the military base where she is stationed, and both decide to give their growing romance a chance. Max becomes more uncomfortable with his co-workers who mistakenly think that that he is gay instead of a transsexual. Kit accidentally learns about Angus infidelity after Tina inadvertently tips her off about it. Also, Shane and Paige grow even more closer when they visit Shay and Jarod's elementary school to hold a talk about tolerance of peoples sexual orientation.
|Katherine Moennig In L Word: Lexington and Concord, The|
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Season Four, Episode 8. A heated argument over politics as well as the issue of race turns into passion for both Alice and Tasha who finally consummate their growing romance. Shane and Paige grow closer leading to consummate their romance... in the front seat of Shane's car. Kit has a public breakdown during a stage act at the Planet and she exposes Angus for his infidelity. Afterwards, Papi takes Kit out to drown her sorrows at a salsa nightclub. Meanwhile, Tina gets introduced to Jodi by Bette, while both of them have a meeting with Jenny's new pompous film agents. Elsewhere, Helena falls deeply into the debauched gambling profession under the sinister Catherine Rothburg's iron fist and lusty advances. Also, Max meets with Grace, an investor interested in purchasing Alice's website.
|Katherine Moennig In L Word: Layup, The|
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Season Four, Episode 4. Bette deals with the consequences after controversial artwork by the deaf and liberal Jodi Lerner upsets a potential university donor. Bette also tells her T.A., Nadia, to call it quits because their affair could jeopardize both of their careers. Meanwhile, Papi challenges Alice and the rest of the girls to a grudge basketball game. On the court, Alice, Jenny, the overweight and out-of-shape Kit, and the others reject Tina, who ends up playing for Papi's team. Bette also fears for the worst after learning that her boss, Phyllis, and Alice are secretly dating. Elsewhere, Max reveals his gender secret to Brooke, who predictably responds negatively. After Jenny's book fails from the single bad review, she embarks on a twisted quest to get back at the journalist that panned her by targeting her girlfriend, Lindsey, who works in a veterinary hospital and using her sociopath skills of manipulation to play on her sympathies. Angus has a run-in with baby Angelia's new au par French nanny, Hazel. Shane has a meeting of minds with Paige Sobel, the mother of one of Shay's classmate's. Soon, Shane is out of $5,000 after Shay breaks his arm. With no medical insurance, Shane swallows her pride and self-esteem by modeling for a men's underwear design.
|Katherine Moennig In L Word: Losing The Light, The|
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Season Three, Episode 10. In this unusual episode told in real time, Lara (Lauren Lee Smith) is still in Paris, oblivious to Dana's (Erin Daniels) worsening health. Back in Los Angeles, Alice has maintained a bedside vigil for Dana over the past five days. While taking a stroll, Alice (Leisha Hailey) runs into Dana's ex, Tonya. Across town, Jenny (Mia Kirshner) introduces Max to her former boyfriend, Tim, who arrives in town for a visit and who is now married. But Jenny's reunion with Tim becomes uncomfortable and soon unpleasant when Tim is soon revealed to still harbor a grudge against Jenny, and disapproves of Max as well. Meanwhile, Carmen (Sarah Shahi) evens the score with Shane (Katherine Moennig) by telling her she too was unfaithful. Elsewhere, Peggy Peabody arrives back in town to help Helena (Rachel Shalley) with the lawsuit served by the double-crossing Dylan (Alexandra Hedison) and her scheming partner, Danny. Helena finally learns (way too late) that Dylan has been setting her up this entire time. Tina (Laurel Holloman) has a lunch date with Henry and his friends, but becomes uncomfortable when they assume that baby Angelica is adopted. Kit becomes impatient with Angus when he's late for their afternoon date. In upstate Washington, a frustrated Bette (Jennifer Beals) leaves the Buddhist retreat, but receives a dose of life wisdom from an unexpected source at a remote bus station while waiting to go home.