The L Word

Of ships and hope and disappointment…

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For months and months it was quiet, deafeningly so. All of us “hooked to the point of obsession”-fans, who knew that the new season was being filmed, were desperate for even a snippet of something. Anything! Even a photo of an empty trailer would have us blowing up the Twitter timeline, looking for clues in everything: do we see Laurel anywhere in there? Are there any tells on the new outfits yet? Which trailers are closest to one another, and what does that mean? The powerful three didn’t give us much of anything though, and big boss Showtime was even more silent. And so some of us even started doing the unimaginable: becoming besties with Rosie/Carrie, Tina’s already much hated fiancée. Her TikToks were suddenly like a lifeline to us. Who doesn’t remember her first “Well, here I go, I’m off to do my first day of shooting of the L-word generation Q. You guys, it’s so exciting, I’m such a fangirl”?! We were thrilled to finally hear something, and so we started watching her TikTok, you don’t stooooppp’s, in which she vowed to make the effort to sneak some photos from the filmset (“if they’ll allow me”), told us that Laurel was “delightfuland kept giving us at least some clues as to in how many episodes she would appear, based on how many times she was in LA shooting and for how long. God, how hopelessly craving for content we were! We read something into every little piece of info or footage we could get our hands on, from the “Laurel is delightful” remark, which basically had many of us on a ledge ready to jump off, to Jennifer posting a photo of “Tina and Angie” and the Porter-Kennard family on her IG. Of course they would be happily back together, as a family! Why else would Jen post these photos? What were we thinking, being so anguished all the time. Relief, finally, and the photos couldn’t be shared enough.

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