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The L word SEASON 4 

Jan 7, 2007 ...  #4.01  Legend In The Making 
Bette takes it on the lam with Angelica; Helena has a tough time adjusting to being “poor”; Shane has a drug-and-booze-fueled breakdown; Max seeks help from a transgender support group; a pregnant Kit has a frightful experience at a women's health clinic; Carla leaves a surprise for Shane at the house.
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After the events in Canada, Bette is on the run from authorities with her daughter. Shane reverts back to her old habits but gets a surprise from her father's wife. Meanwhile, Helena tries to get used to living without her mother's money, Max attends a support group, and Kit has trouble with her pregnancy.
(tv.com)

Written By: Ilene Chaiken 
Directed By: Bronwen Hughes 

Guest Stars:
Rosanna Arquette (Cherie Peroni), Karina Lombard (Marina Ferrer), Jane Lynch (Joyce Wischnia), Peter Wingfield (Whit Strobel), Olivia Windbiel (Angelica), Kristopher Shepard (Sergio), Paul Anthony (Felix), Aidan Jarrar (Shay), Bruce Dawson (Donald), Sarah-Jane Redmond (Carla), Victoria Bidewell (Nurse), Sandra Timuss (Receptionist), Elodie Bouchez (Claude)

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Jan 14, 2007 ...  #4.02 Livin' La Vida Loca  
Alice hooks up with the “web-famous” seductress Papi (Janina Gavankar); a gay writer (Heather Matarazzo) gets Jennifer to open up in an interview; and Bette's new dean (Cybill Shepherd) confides in her. Also, the new head of the studio orders Tina to do some of his dirty work; Max has a date with the boss's daughter.
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Alice meets Papi, a girl who lights up on The Chart even more than Shane. Jenny is interviewed by a gay writer. Bette's new boss has some surprising news for her. After Helena's departure, a new guy takes the reigns at the studio as Tina's new boss. Meanwhile, Max goes out on a date with a straight girl.
(tv.com)

Written By: Alexandra Kondracke
Directed By: Marleen Gorris

Guest Stars:
Alberto Davila Jr. (Students), James Michael Bobby (Phyllis' Assistant), Tristin Leffler (Marta), Mark Krysko (Isaac), Nikki Boyer (Students), Shawn Ridout (Skater), Peter Hanlon (Preston Gavin), Rasika Mathur (Students), Matias Hacker (Gustavo), Chilton Crane (Tricia), Cybill Shepherd (Phyllis Kroll), Alex Rockhill (Chef), Bruce Dawson (Donald), Jessica Capshaw (Nadia), Lynn A. Henderson (Professor (as Lyn Alicia Henderson)), Shaker Paleja (Eric), Heather Matarazzo (Stacey Merkin), Juan Carlos Velis (Cook (as Juan-Carlos Velis)), Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman (Cowboy), Jose Vargas (Mexican Guy), Claire Carreras (Drag King), Luis Javier (Latino Man), Gustavo Febres (Drag Queens), Christopher Gaze (Waiter), Hugo Ateo (Drag Queens), Nelson Wong (Colorist), Lesley Ewen (Butch Lesbian), Marcia Moulton (Receptionist), Chelsea Hobbs (Brooke), Adrien Dorval (Trucker), Brian Markinson (Aaron Kornbluth)

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Jan 21, 2007 ...  #4.03 Lassoed 
Tina hosts “a mixer for [her] gay and straight friends”; Bette's boss (Cybill Shepherd) invites herself to a “crazy, hot women's party” at the Planet; Shane offers Helena a job at her shop; Angus is offered a record deal; Shane tries to get Shay enrolled in the local public school; Bette's teaching assistant is hot for teacher.
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Tina throws a party for the girls at The Planet and Bette's boss wants a part of the action. Penniless Helena is looking for a job. Shane takes care of her little brother, Angus gets some good news, and at the art college, Bette's teaching assistant is having feelings for her.
(tv.com)

Written By: Ilene Chaiken
Directed By: Tricia Brock 

Guest Stars 
Preston Cook (James), Steven Eckholdt (Henry), Jessica Capshaw (Nadia), Cybill Shepherd (Phyllis Kroll), Elizabeth Marleau (Rochelle), Caleb Rogers (Mikey), Chelsea Hobbs (Brooke), Carrie Colak (Mindy), Alfred E. Humphreys (Dick Petersen), Chilton Crane (Tricia), Bruce Dawson (Donald), Aidan Jarrar (Shay)

 
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Jan 28, 2007 ...  #4.04 Layup  
A resident artist (Marlee Matlin) angers a wealthy donor whom Bette is trying to impress; Alice accepts Papi's challenge to a pickup basketball game; Max opens up to Brooke, with disastrous results; Alice enjoys a liaison with an “older vintage” lover; Shay has an accident, leaving Shane with a huge hospital bill; Jenny plots revenge against a magazine critic.
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Jodi's controversial art upsets a potential donor for the college. Papi challenges Alice to a basketball game. Max reveals a secret to his girlfriend, and Jenny's book gets bad reviews in the press. Meanwhile, Shane is struggling to scrape up money for a hospital bill.
(tv.com)

Written By: Elizabeth Ziff
Directed By: Jessica Sharzer 

Guest Stars 
Cybill Shepherd (Phyllis Kroll), Jon Wolfe Nelson (Tom Mater), Aidan Jarrar (Shay), Caroline Cave (Lindsay), Liza Ulrych (Woman at shelter), Deryl Hayes (Man at shelter), Donna White (Sydney), Chelsea Hobbs (Brooke), Ulla Friis (Hazel), Kristanna Loken (Paige Sobel), Jessica Capshaw (Nadia)


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Feb 4, 2007 ...  #4.05 Lez Girls  
Bette's liaison with her teaching assistant (Jessica Capshaw) poses a threat to her university job; Alice decides to stop seeing Phyllis (Cybill Shepherd) after meeting her husband; Tina catches Angus with his pants down; Jenny's short story in a magazine ticks off Alice.
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Bette's forbidden relationship with her TA, Nadia, could jeopardize her career. Alice, on the other hand, ends her affair with a married woman after meeting her husband. She also gets upset by one of Jenny's short stories which gets published in a magazine. Meanwhile, Angus is caught in a compromising position.
(tv.com)

Written By: Ilene Chaiken 
Directed By: John Stockwell (Blue Crush) 

Guest Stars 
Caleb Rogers (Mikey (voice) (uncredited)), MacGareo Thomas (Waiter at Restaurant), Jackson Allan (Jared), Fraser Corbett (Cute Male Student), Alyssa Pridham (Ruby), Olivia Windbiel (Angelica), Ken Tremblett (Webster Ash), Pablo Silveira (Waiter at House), Dean Paul Gibson (Douglas Chibi), Bryan Demore (Messenger), Ulla Friis (Hazel), Jon Wolfe Nelson (Tom Mater), Caroline Cave (Lindsay), Aidan Jarrar (Shay), Bruce Dawson (Donald), Cybill Shepherd (Phyllis Kroll), Bruce Davison (Leonard Kroll), Heather Matarazzo (Stacey Merkin), Kristanna Loken (Paige Sobel), Steven Eckholdt (Henry)
 


Feb 11, 2007 ...  #4.06 Luck Be A Lady  
A busy Bette engages in a new romance, bangs heads with Tina about their baby's preschool and deals with Alice's split from Bette's boss, Phyllis (Cybill Shepherd); Helena, Shane and Alice get a poker lesson.
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Bette hooks up with a new lover, disagrees with Tina about Angelica's education, and tries to help her boss get over a break-up. Meanwhile, Helena, Shane and Alice try to learn how to play poker.
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Written By: Angela Robinson 
Directed By: Angela Robinson (DEBS) 

Guest Stars 
Preston Cook (James), Daniel Bacon (Guy Co-Worker), Andre Fex (Mr. Stewart), Jackson Allan (Jared), Grace Sherman (Megan), Alyssa Pridham (Ruby), Vanessa Tomasino (Little Nicki (as Vanesa Tomasino)), David Lewis (IV) (Mitch), Bruce Dawson (Donald), G. Patrick Currie (Miles (as Patrick Currie)), Marc Dion (Waiter), Enid-Raye Adams (Tiffany), Olivia Windbiel (Angelica), Jon Wolfe Nelson (Tom Mater), Guy Fauchon (Burt), Carrie Anne Fleming (Saskia Phillips), Sandrine Holt (Catherine Rothberg), Cybill Shepherd (Phyllis Kroll), Aidan Jarrar (Shay), Caroline Cave (Lindsey), Kristanna Loken (Paige Sobel), Heather Matarazzo (Stacey Merkin)
 


Feb 18, 2007 ...  #4.07 Lesson Number One  
Hollywood producers express interest in Jenny's short story about her friends; Helena looks for a way out of her poker debt; Alice's new girlfriend has troubling flashbacks to the war in Iraq; Phyllis is consoled by Bette and her new girlfriend.
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While Helena struggles to pay her debts, a movie studio is interesting in filming one of Jenny's stories. Both Alice and Bette are in new relationships. While Tasha is having trouble letting go of her past, Bette and Jodi get the task of helping Phyllis get over a break-up.
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Written By: Ariel Schrag
Directed By: Moises Kaufman

Guest Stars 
Kristanna Loken (Paige Sobel), Aidan Jarrar (Shay), Sandrine Holt (Catherine Rothberg), Cybill Shepherd (Phyllis Kroll), Jon Wolfe Nelson (Tom Mater), Jackson Allan (Jared), Brian Markinson (Aaron Kornbluth), Alfred E. Humphreys (Dick Petersen), Peter Benson (II) (Dad), Sam Sabbah (MP), Haili Page Philippe (Girl #1), Cheryl Hunter (Specialist Sochynsky), Evan Jensen (Helicopter Pilot), Camille Mitchell (Becca)
 


Feb 25, 2007 ...  #4.08 Lexington & Concord  

Jenny plots revenge on a critic; Alice and Tasha become romantically involved despite disagreeing about the war in Iraq; Tina meets Bette's new lover, Jodi (Marlee Matlin); Kit goes public about Angus's infidelity.
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A heated argument over politics turns into passion for Alice and Tasha. Shane and Paige grow closer. Kit has a public breakdown and exposes Angus. Meanwhile, Tina gets introduced to Jodi, and Jenny is still scheming on how to get even with Stacey Merkin.
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Written By: Ilene Chaiken 
Directed By: Jamie Babbit (But I'm a Cheerleader) 

Guest Stars 
Aidan Jarrar (Shay), Valerie Tian (Dierdre), Jason Schombing (Joe), Michael Phenicie (Brian), Kevin Crofton (Chubster), Camille Mitchell (Becca), Simone Bailly (Grace), Jackson Allan (Jared), Alex Ferris (Wilson), Eileen Bui (Jun Ying), Kristanna Loken (Paige Sobel), Sandrine Holt (Catherine Rothberg), Eric Roberts (Gabriel McCutcheon)
 


Mar 4, 2007 ...  #4.09 Lacy Lilting Lyrics  

Tina and Jenny clash about the development of their film; Alice consoles Phyllis's jilted husband; Bette and Jodi's relationship gets stronger, despite Bette's Type-A personality.
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Jenny and Tina look for the right movie director but butt heads over creative differences. Phyllis' husband drops by unannounced at Alice's place. Bette is falling hard for Jodi and lets her emotions interfere with her work. Kit manages to crack through Papi's hard outer shell – with unexpected consequences.
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Written By: Cherien Dabis 
Directed By: Bronwen Hughes 

Guest Stars 
Jon Wolfe Nelson (Tom Mater), Jackson Allan (Jared), Aidan Jarrar (Shay), Tara Nicole Schwartz (Dancers (as Tara Nicole Hughes)), Nina McNeely (Dancers), Justine Clark (Dancers), Lisa Eaton (Dancers), Tara Avise (Dancers), Nanci Anderson (Dancers), Gabrielle Rose (Carol), Peter Hanlon (Preston), Igor Morozov (Boris), John Stockwell (Himself), Garry Marshall (Himself), Lawrence Bender (Himself), Joey Aresco (Director), Amanda Barrett (Ditty Bops), Abby DeWald (Ditty Bops), Anna Campbell (Lesbian Fan), Andrew Hedge (First AD), Kristanna Loken (Paige Sobel), Karina Lombard (Marina Ferrer), Deanne Bray (Amy Reed), Cybill Shepherd (Phyllis Kroll), Simone Bailly (Grace), Daniella Evangelista (Rebecca), Bruce Dawson (Donald), Daniel Bacon (Male Employee), Tanya Champoux (Female Employee), Peter Jenkins (Buttoned Up Executive), Eric Roberts (Gabriel McCutcheon), Bruce Davison (Leonard Kroll)
 


Mar 11, 2007 ...  #4.10 Little Boy Blue  

Kit hits the bottle in an attempt to get over Angus, who wants desperately to apologize for cheating on her; and Alice finds potential investors in her blog. Elsewhere, Jenny thinks she's found a director for her movie; Bette's control issues rear their ugly head.
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Her break-up from Angus causes Kit to relapse into drinking. Bette introduces Jodi to the rest of the girls over a dinner, but her bossy attitude doesn't sit well with Jodi. Alice discovers potential investors on her website. Meanwhile, Jenny and Tina agree on a director, Kate Arden, who becomes interested in Tina.
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Written By: Elizabeth Ziff
Directed By: Karyn Kusama (Girlfight) 

Guest Stars 
Olivia Windbiel (Angelica), Annabella Sciorra (Kate Arden), Simone Bailly (Grace), Winston Rekert (Catherine Rothberg), Sandrine Holt (Catherine Rothberg), Deanne Bray (Amy Reed), Kristanna Loken (Paige Sobel), Tara Frederick (Sioban), Fran Gebhard (Connie), Ken Camroux (Father O'Shea (as Ken Camroux-Taylor)), Myk Gordon (Racetrack Clerks), Robin Douglas (Racetrack Clerks), Aleks Holtz (Private Brown), Haley Beauchamp (Maggie), Jackson Allan (Jared)
 


Mar 18, 2007 ... #4.11 Literary License to Kill  

Bette braces for the possibility of losing Jodi (Marlee Matlin), who's been offered a position at an art center on the East Coast; Alice's lover, Tasha, is haunted by flashbacks to her tour of duty in Iraq, where she fell victim to the military's “Don't ask, don't tell” policy on homosexuality.
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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 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.
(tv.com)

Written By: Ilene Chaiken
Directed By: John Stockwell (Blue Crush) 

Guest Stars 
Kristanna Loken (Paige Sobel), Preston Cook (James), Bruce Davison (Leonard Kroll), Annabella Sciorra (Kate Arden), Clementine Shepherd-Ford (Molly Kroll (as Clementine Ford)), David Lewis (IV) (Mitch), Grace Sherman (Megan), Larry Kennar (Himself), Crystal Balint (Lisa Johnson), Bruce Dawson (Donald), Peter Hanlon (Preston), Simone Bailly (Grace), Jackson Allan (Jared), Jon Wolfe Nelson (Tom Mater), Cybill Shepherd (Phyllis Kroll), Steven Eckholdt (Henry)
 


Mar 25, 2007 ... #4.12 Long Time Coming 

Tina goes back to being a lesbian, which has Bette seeking her advice on how to reconcile with Jodi; Shane's relationship with Paige heats up; Tasha is called back into military service in Iraq; Phyllis seeks a divorce; Jenny is in danger of getting fired from her own movie.
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Bette seeks Tina's advice on how to get Jodi back, but is surprised to learn that Tina no longer wants to be straight. Alice is devastated when Tasha is called in for another tour in Iraq. Meanwhile, Phyllis seeks divorce, Jenny is excluded in any decisions regarding the movie, and Helena frees herself from Catherine's tangles.
(tv.com)

Written By: Ilene Chaiken
Directed By: Ilene Chaiken

Guest Stars 

 




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