:: L I G H T S ! C A M E R A ! A C T I O N ! ::
Production finally gets underway on "Lez Girls," but
Jenny struggles with location issues, an emotionally needy star, and a cast
made up of several straight actresses experiencing great difficulty feigning
erotic passion on camera with their female partners.
Working on the film as its hair designer, Shane is only to happy to lend a
creative hand by demonstrating the proper techniques for a public display of
lesbian sensuality with a willing and attractive actress.
Unable to control or suppress their desires any longer, Bette and Tina end
up in each other's arms – only to suffer the guilt of infidelity when they
realize how seriously Bette is betraying Jodi.
The latter doesn't make things easier when she nobly offers to resign from
her professorship in order to take political heat off Bette in the wake of a
student's controversial "feigned suicide" performance art. Phyllis is
willing to accept Jodi's decision but Bette refuses to consider the
A wild house party is a raucous good time for Phyllis until her daughter
arrives at an inopportune moment and witnesses her mother's uninhibited
behavior, driving a wedge between them even as Phyllis's high-profile
divorce from Leonard is still looming.
Shane receives a double-dose of the conniving, greedy, and slightly deranged
scheming of SheBar owners Cindy and Dawn – so she's the first to suspect
foul play when rats are discovered at The Planet and the restaurant is
immediately shut down by the health department. A furious Kit knows it's
time for the gloves to come off.
On the set of "Lez Girls," Adele's low-key but unsettling obsession with
Jenny becomes more obvious when she mimics her idol's haircut (with a little
help from Shane). Nevertheless, Adele saves the day when she spins the
revelation of Jenny and Nikki's sexual relationship in a positive direction.
Written by Ilene Chaiken
Directed by Ilene Chaiken
Alicia Leigh Willis ... Cindi
Jane Lynch ... Joyce Wischnia
Clementine Ford ... Molly
Kate French ... Nikki Stevens
Elizabeth Keener ... Dawn Denbo
Malaya Rivera Drew ... Adele
Wallace Shawn ... Wllly
Wendy Glenn ... Isabella
Angela Gots ...
Chelah Horsdal ... Sally
Brian Markinson ... Aaron Kornbluth
Jon Wolfe Nelson ... Tom Mater
Olivia Windbiel ... Angelica
Dominic Zamprogna ... Gregg / Jim
ORIGINAL AIR DATE - U.S.
Feb 10, 2008 ... 10:00PM ... Showtime
Kim Steer .... line producer
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Warren Hanna .... second assistant director
Paula S. Kyan .... third assistant director
Samantha Lavin .... second assistant director
Samantha Schell .... assistant property master
Ethan Beigel .... adr mixer
Frank Morrone .... sound re-recording mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Lohengrin Zapiain .... camera operator: "b" camera
Lohengrin Zapiain .... steadicam operator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jo Rosen .... truck costumer
Howard Paar .... music supervisor
K. Lynn Martin .... script supervisor: Los Angeles
Kevin McKeon .... production assistant
Tim Smith .... first assistant coordinator
Debbie Hager .... assistant: Elizabeth Ziff, New York (uncredited)
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