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Can’t wait for The L Word to get its sexy motor purring again? Revving us up are stars Katherine Moennig, Leisha Hailey, and Erin Daniels, who provide the scoop on new twists, on camera and off Of all the unforgettable scenes during the first season of Showtime’s The L Word—not forgetting those red-hot lesbian sex romps we never imagined seeing on TV—one shining moment remains most indelible: Erin Daniels’s performance of the Drunken Dana Dance.

As Tina finds herself attracted to men once again by going onto Internet sex chat rooms, Bette explores Buddhism and also hears good news on the work front.

Both Alice and Kit try out the Planet's Bisexual speed-dating hosted by Billie; Kit with Angelica's male nanny Angus, and Alice with a lesbian vampire named Uta.

And Erin is the go-out-to-eat girl—she likes fancy restaurants. “When I watch the pilot and that scene when we’re talking about waxing [Dana: “What do you guys think about butt waxing? ” Alice: “At least I don’t anymore.”] I can tell that we’re playing the part of best friends. But now it is that way—it’s almost like we’re mimicking our own lives in group scenes.” From a lesbian viewer’s perspective, the cast of The L Word is mimicking our own lives, and that fact remains a marvel.

Who would have imagined just a year ago that even cable television would be so bold as to produce a no-apologies, no-holds-barred lesbian drama with loads of nudity and sex?Much of the action comes courtesy of our trio of cover gals: Daniels, Leisha Hailey, and Kate Moennig.In season 1, the three often played Sappho’s Greek chorus, sitting around at the Planet café in West Hollywood and commenting on the sleazy doings of sexually confused writer Jenny Schecter (Mia Kirshner) and va-va-voom Planet proprietor Marina Ferrer (Karina Lombard).As the season wound down, the three observers took on increasingly dramatic and emotional story arcs of their own, and in season 2 they take things even further.“Their characters just demanded more screen time because they became more interesting,” says series creator Ilene Chaiken.“Dana’s really getting down with her bad self,” said Tina (Laurel Holloman).

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