Which ok, everything in moderation; but The L Word was everything in extreme excess.And yes, that is what t.v is for, except so much of The L Word felt real. Educated, strong willed, cultured, independent, fiercely loyal, and wealthy. The actors first met during a chemistry read for the movie, and they shared an immediate connection."I remember him saying to me, 'You're going to be one of my closest friends,'" she recalled.The 71-year-old Pulitzer Prize winner told a police officer that he had two tequila drinks and was planning to drive home.The officer could smell alcohol on Shepard's breath and the actor had bloodshot, watery eyes.
In 1979, his play Buried Child won him a Pulitzer Prize for drama.She was allowed to throw tantrums when Tina challenged her power or questioned their relationship, but allowed Tina no such space.Granted Tina was far from perfect (we’ll get to that), but if we were to assess the one who had the most strikes in their relationship, in my opinion it would be Bette.would be your typical, trite, straight-to-video romantic comedy if it weren’t for the cast.By which I don’t mean to imply the cast saves it — no one could do that.