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The L Word - The Complete Third Season
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Some have been critical of Ilene Chaiken (not Irene as the misguided poster at top called her) claiming that the show isn't realisitc or that the writing is bad. We should remember that this show is about a group of lesbians, not all the lesbians in the world. It could be people we know but it might not be. To claim a show unrealistic because it isn't a story of your own life is to also say that every representation of every woman is only real if that woman goes through what you go through, that every reprentation of whatever race you are is only real if that person goes through what you go through, and given the wide variety of diversity in programming any reasonable person knows that to be untrue.Read more ›
This season of the L Word is emotionally charged and takes some chances that they haven't in previous years. With the addition of Moira, the show brings the first transgendered recurring role to network television.Read more ›
The storyline keeps moving and changing in a way that creates a very unique journey among this group of friends. Once again, commendations for taking on very real topics, including trans identity, menopause, joint parenting, and cancer.
The acting shines on almost everyones part. My new favorite character, "Angus the Manny" is probably the worst actor, but he's so likeable, it's okay.
As others have said, unfortuately the Betty music is still around, but it is _much_ less prevalent and distracting. The rest of the music is actually pretty decent.
Another negative point is that not only are old dropped story lines not picked up, but the habit of dropping stories w/o explaination continues. Also, no amazing guest stars ala Cameron Manhiem or Sandra Bernhardt from Season 2.
Packaging: They finally got wise and used slim-case design, which is great b/c it doesn't waste space, but now it doesn't match the other 2 seasons. There are some great special features, but there are at least two major spoilers right on the package, so don't look at it too closely as you're putting the discs in.
Still a solid 4-star show - can't wait for season 4. Maybe I can finally give it 5 stars...
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Well written and acted, with ridiculously hot women! ( You can tell I'm a guy, right??)Published 8 hours ago by DandyDon 53
It just keeps getting better each time. Very relaxing and intense at the same timePublished 9 days ago by pamela russell
By far one of my favorite L Word seasons, a turning point for several of the characters. Shane finally seems to meet someone who is both attractive and available. Read morePublished 26 days ago by L. S.
Expedient delivery. As with every season of the L Word, it leaves you wanting more. Great buy to have added to my collection.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
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Apparently Marina comes back for the 4th season of The L Word. New cast members include Marlee Matlin, Kristanna Loken and Cybill Shepherd.
Sep 3, 2006 by Patricia Huerta | See all 4 posts
THere's already a discussion regarding Marina on the forum.
Nov 6, 2006 by Patricia Huerta | See all 3 posts
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