The L Word

Season 6 Episode 6

Lactose Intolerant

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Feb 22, 2009 on Showtime
8.4
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Jenny throws an overwhelming baby shower for Max and spills the beans about the Niki test to Dylan, causing Helena to go on a tailspin. Bette and Tina attempt to find ways to work around the Nevada state adoption law. While Tina flies to New York on a new movie project, Bette and Kelly throw an opening party at the gallery. Kit meets a handsome stranger but doesn't warm up to his advances. Meanwhile, Alice, Tasha, and Jamie spend increasing amounts of time together.moreless

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  • Jenny goes mad !!!

    3.0
    I thought this was the worst episode of the whole series and definetely the most boring. It even beats the one in season three when Bette goes on meditation ! In my opinion everything was wrong; we see it coming from the begining of the season, everyone hates Jenny. She is "hatable" on purpose of course but now it's getting really awful and boring. She's spotting Bette and her ex-best friend alledgedlly having sex, then what ? What is it going to be ? The storyline with Max is unbelievably stupid, not to mention Helena and Dylan, Alice, Tasha and Jamie.

    For me it's like the writers don't have any ideas left so anything happens and everyone sleeps with everyone.moreless
  • Jenny throws Max a baby shower.

    10
    Let me just start off by saying that all things considered, I absolutely loved this episode. I think that this episode is definitely one of the best episodes of the season right along with LMFAO. All of the storylines were great, especially Bette and Jenny's It's so nice to see Bette feeling really happy this season. Also, I loved all of the Bette and Tina scenes in this episode. They were absolutely fantastic. Jenny was absolutely fantastic in this episode. She was the perfect blend of dramatic and funny in this episode. Mia Kirshner did an absolutely amazing job of playing in this episode. Helena's storyline was great too. Alice was hilarious in this episode, especially when she was giving her speech at Max's baby shower. The whole baby shower sequence was definitely the highlight of the episode for me. I thought that this episode as a whole had the perfect blend of drama and comedy. The ending of this episode was really great, and I'm really anxious to see what Jenny's going to do next. All in all, I thought that this was a very well written, well acted and well made episode of The L Word from everyone involved, and I can't wait to see next episode of The L Word.moreless
Dylan Neal

Dylan Neal

Philip

Guest Star

Elizabeth Berkley

Elizabeth Berkley

Kelly Wentworth

Recurring Role

Jane Lynch

Jane Lynch

Joyce Wischnia

Recurring Role

Roger R. Cross

Roger R. Cross

Sunset Boulevard

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Goof: When Alice, Tasha, and Jamie return to the apartment after their workout, Jamie starts stretching. As the camera angle changes, her position is inconsistent between shots.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Alice: (as Bette is describing a stroller that seemingly does everything) Does it do the dishes?
      Bette: No, just your taxes.

    • Alice: It looks like a giant cat threw up, huh? What do you think?
      Tasha: I don't get it.
      Alice: Well, it's art.

    • Jenny: (talking about oysters) I don't know how you can eat those things.
      Shane: I like them.
      Jenny: I don't like them because it reminds me of a guy coming in your mouth. I'm just saying. What? No, don't thr-
      Shane: Why, why, why would you try to do that to me?
      Jenny: I'm just wanna say that like why I don't eat them. You asked why I don't like them and that's what I said.
      Shane: Well, in that case you can kiss me because you know what that tastes like.

    • Alice: So I pray, Max, for your child, that they won't grow up to be malicious and manipulative and fucked-up.
      Helena: Yeah!

    • Tina: Maybe she didn't mean for it to be so malicious.
      Alice: Oh, yeah, no no no, Jenny's not malicious.
      Bette: No, not at all. Just completely and totally evil.
      Tina: OK. Fine. She's malicious.

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