'The L Word: Generation Q' Episode 7: Bette and Tina might shed their inhibitions but the throuple is under threat

As Bette is conflicted about her feelings for Tina, there might be some dinner plans on the horizon for the two of them


                            'The L Word: Generation Q' Episode 7: Bette and Tina might shed their inhibitions but the throuple is under threat
(L-R) Laurel Holloman as Tina Kennard, Jennifer Beals as Bette Porter and Jordan Hull as Angie (Hilary Bronwyn Gayle/SHOWTIME)

This story contains spoilers for 'The L Word: Generation Q' Episode 7 titled 'Lose It All'.

Laurel Holloman's Tina Kennard suddenly showing up at Bette Porter's (Jennifer Beals)  doorstep in the previous episode 'Loose Ends' was the highlight for the fans of the show. As more and more fans jumped on the #TiBette train, it became clear that fans wanted the jilted lovers to reunite in the sequel. And perhaps in the upcoming episode, they will see Bette and Tina shed their inhibitions. 

In the upcoming Episode 7, as Bette is conflicted about her old feelings for Tina, there might be some dinner plans on the horizon for the two of them — as Tina puts it when she proposes the idea, "Are you available tonight? For dinner? Just us?"

On her work front, with her political campaign still struggling following the cheating scandal, Bette's competition is running a negative campaign against her. But Bette is not one to back down and we want to see how she will turn the tides in her favor, if she succeeds at all. 

At the same time, it looks like our beloved throuple is going to find itself in the midst of some good ol' relationship drama. In a promo released by the network for 'Lose It All', Gigi Ghorbani (Sepideh Moafi) and Natalie (Stephanie Allynne) seem to grow closer despite their previous arrangement. And what looks like the beginning of another steamy lovemaking, is disrupted by Alice Pieszecki (Leisha Hailey) walking in. 

In another part of Los Angeles, Sophie Suarez (Rosanny Zayas) and Finley (Jacqueline Toboni) are brought closer by a family emergency. With Dani Nunez (Arienne Mandi) busy burning the midnight oil for Bette Porter's mayoral campaign, she can only give so much to Sophie. So when she finds herself in an emergency (in what looks like a hospital in the promo), she is relieved to have Finley around her. But it will affect her relationship with Dani, and definitely not in a good way. 

The duo spent the previous episode in a mixed, confusing space — there was chemistry, but they firmly believed they were 'buddies'. Sophie and Dani are having problems because of a poor communication channel and the quicker they get rid of the relationship, the better. They wouldn't want to remain married in this way. 

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



 

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