The One Where Dana Died The initial stages of the Moira-to-Max transition were hard to watch. He's like, indie and emo and everything all at once. Helena later finds out that Jenny revealed the truth to Dylan. I really liked Jenny until about Season 5 where she became snobby and then she kept ruining everybody's lives and in everyone's business. Helena talks to Kit about wanting to return to L.
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Although Jenny says that what Shane did was awful, she mentions the time that Alice took preparing the wedding and all the money Helena spent to pay for the whole do, but interestingly enough, never says a word about Shane actually leaving Carmen at the altar. Even though Shane is able to comfort Jenny and lift her spirits considerably with news of Tina having given birth, Shane is obviously very badly shaken by the incident as well as the realization of just how close she has come to losing her best friend. In season three, Jenny is sent away to a clinic in Illinois home town. Series creator Ilene Chaiken created Jenny. In a moment of almost eerie sympatico, Shane chooses that moment to look over at Jenny and, seeing her watching, she then winks at Jenny almost conspiratorially.
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But this is not unusual in that most of the characters of color on The L Word adhere to some sort of stereotype. Bette , Kit and Tasha have more hardened or aggressive personalities than the white women on the show, a common stereotype of black women, and Bette becomes abusive on several occasions. So what was I, some kind of eight-and-a-half year abberation? Does Jenny fail to mention it because it's the most obvious of mistakes Shane has made in this whole fiasco and it merely goes without saying? Jenny's eyes fill with tears and later, Max finds a still-very-stoned Jenny laying in Shane's arms as he returns home from work. Then Alice comes over when Shane is still all like, extinguished. Tim suggests that Jenny take over the lease for the house and she thinks that there's no way she could afford the place by herself, but decides to give it a try and puts an ad in the paper for a roommate.
Alice arrives just in time to see the show: But in a very sweet moment, Shane assures her that she's not a pariah and Jenny leans over and kisses Shane's cheek, telling her 'I love you' and Shane returns the favor, kissing Jenny's cheek in turn and telling her 'I love you, too'. A budding fiction writer, Jenny was a tortured-artist type who toiled as a checkout girl at a local grocery wearing gingham, of course. At the basketball game, Shane and Jenny stand at the center of their gathered group of friends, Shane's arm draped over Jenny's shoulder while Jenny's arm is looped around her friend's waist, the two of them leaning on each other. At first they all stand back, not knowing what to do or say or think. Shane later sleeps with Niki, leaving Jenny heartbroken.