'The L Word: Generation Q' Episode 6 brings Tina to LA and fans are completely on board for some Tibette

Just as Bette is about to give up on the campaign, Tina shows up. And that had fans screaming.


                            'The L Word: Generation Q' Episode 6 brings Tina to LA and fans are completely on board for some Tibette
Jennifer Beals as Bette Porter (Hilary Bronwyn Gayle/Showtime)

This story contains spoilers for 'The L Word: Generation Q' Episode 6 'Loose Ends'

This episode, after the surprising turns of events at the end of the last episode, Bette Porter (Jennifer Beals) is reeling with the effects of what happened the previous night. After Tyler Adams (Jeffrey Muller) attempted to confront Bette about her affair with his wife Felicity Adams (Latarsha Rose), he physically assaults Angelica "Angie" Porter-Kennard (Jordan Hull) who happens to be in his way. Bette pushes him and he tumbles down the end of the stairs making it look like Bette assaulted him.

The next day, Bette and Dani Nunez (Arienne Mandi) are dealing with the fallout of this recent scandal. Shane McCutcheon (Katherine Moennig) and Alice Pieszecki (Leisha Hailey) show up. While Shane is understanding of Bette, Alice is mad at Bette as she defended Bette on her show only to have her keeping secrets like this. 

And just as Bette is about to give up on the campaign, unable to go on because it is taking so much from her, Tina Kennard (Laurel Holloman) shows up! And that had fans screaming!

"OMFG!!!!!!!!!! TINA!!!!!!!!! HDKSBSJSBDJSBSHEK!!!!!!!!" squealed a fan of the character. "Seriously! I sat up in bed and yelled oh my fucking God!" said another. "I’m so in the mood for some Tibette now, it’s just the right kind of ‘warm and toasty’ situation," said another. 

Despite the fact that several fans haven't exactly been on board the on-again-off-again dynamic between Bette and Tina, many thought it was pleasant seeing Tina back again, especially after not seeing her this reboot at all. "So I have definitely criticized Bette and Tina’s relationship as a coping mechanism because that damn storyline was like 6 years of heartbreak, but I was WAY more excited than I thought to see Tina come back. In the words of the late, great Kit Porter: grrrrrrl."

We would surely want to know more about their relationship, about what exactly happened that had them part ways. It was a long process since Tina pointed out how she felt like their relationship was always revolving around Bette. Is #Tibette going to be a legit thing going forward? 

'The L Word: Generation Q' airs on Sundays at 10/ 9c on Showtime.

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