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Every now and again, it seems important to revisit our roots, and today we will do so via my Top Twelve Favorite for Season Six. This list was incredibly difficult to put together, especially because so many of my favorite scenes took place in so many terrible episodes.
Worse still was the abysmal situation known as “Season Four,” a sprawling mess of nonsense which managed to corrupt one of the series’ best scenes ever — the basketball scene.
We popped in 404 (Layup) to screencap it for this top ten, and suddenly I was met with an onslaught of terribleness — Jenny’s bizarre dog adoption to get back at Stacey Merkin situation, a Mount Holyoke student telling Max he’s a freak and storming out of the restaurant, the random Russian Nanny Natasha telling Angus he’s “too hot to be a papa” and then giving him a beejer, Alice’s pursuit of Papi’s solar system, Jodi’s weird art situation and just really so much terribleness I can’t even. Luckily we already have a Top 15 L Word Sex Scenes list, so those choices have been made.
I also wanted to include at least one episode per season, otherwise I just would’ve listed all of Season One and included a few photos of Shane’s nipples.
These are the important decisions I have to make every day in this job! Apparently not everybody has seen this show because sometimes people ask me “where to start” with if you’re watching it for the first time.
Honestly, I’d say you should watch every episode of every season, just like your foremothers before you.
If you insist upon an easier way that will require less hours because you’re v. [Also, some of the recaps from my old recap site have been moved to this site.
The formatting is probs weird from the transfer and I was younger/stupider then, but they sure are funny!
] So, for Season One: Season One from start to finish.
Season Two: 201 (Life, Loss, Leaving) for continuity’s sake and to meet Carmen.
205 (Labyrinth), 206 (Lagrimas de Oro), 210 (Land Ahoy!