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The L Word - The Complete Fourth Season
The L Word - The Complete Fourth Season
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Television, Gay & Lesbian
UR     2007     10hr 26min

THE L WORD Season 4 picks up with the women wrestling with issues close to their hearts. As with previous seasons, old demons rear their ugly heads and a host of new characters are brought into their fold, offering them ac...  more »

     

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Genres: Comedy, Drama, Television, Gay & Lesbian
Sub-Genres: Comedy, Love & Romance, Drama, Gay & Lesbian, Gay & Lesbian
Studio: Showtime Ent. / Paramount
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 10/23/2007
Original Release Date: 01/18/2004
Theatrical Release Date: 01/18/2004
Release Year: 2007
Run Time: 10hr 26min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 4
SwapaDVD Credits: 4
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Amazing Show
Dooby | Cocoa, FL USA | 10/09/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Hello, First off I'm a straight guy, male, ect... and will stay that way. I'll be honest, I'm a in the military serving in the Middle East. I ordered the first season thinking mostly about the possible sex and nude scenes I would find, as explicit porn is not exactly allowed where I am. I found what I wanted, but what I really didn't expect was how into the show I would get. I really find this show to be one of the best written and intriguing shows that I've come across. I give the show 5 stars for its evenly mixed comedy, romance, and drama. I also think that this show shines light for acceptance of the gay/lesbian lifestyle and helps others understand that yes homosexual's are actually people as well. I have already watched the 2nd and 3rd season and have pre-ordered the 4th. I think that this show is awesome and is well worth the money to watch it. I also really enjoyed the beginnings of each episode with a something that happened in the past that directly relates to the episode. Also I love the chart and how it shows how everyone is connected. I'm a big fan of Jewel and I think it reflects the "Pieces of You" song extremely well; and how your actions can affect the people around you. Again awesome show and I would recommend it to anyone from all walks of life."
Don't Miss This One!
Lori | Kansas City, MO | 08/02/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I have to address Jabber's comments above. I feel sad for you. It's this kind of uneducated close minded thinking that makes the world a little bit darker. Your mean spirited stereotypical comments only serve to try to make yourself feel better at the expense of people you don't even know. Your bigotry will likely add pain to other's lives as you perpetuate prejudice, discrimination & intolerance. That's not a legacy to be proud of. In the end it's you that I feel sorry for.

That being said here's what you really might want to know: This was a great season... much more upbeat than the previous season. The characters grow on you. Alice just gets better with each season (is she a cutie or what??)!

The LWord is a fun show!...but if you are looking for stereotypical butch lesbians you might want to keep on looking. This a TV show and the people are beautiful & glamorous. (If you check out other TV shows you may be shocked to find quite a few other beautiful & glamorous cops, housewives, doctors, detectives... and so on. It's part of our American culture.) BUT... I for one am not offended by beautiful & glamorous lesbians!!

So... my suggestion is buy this season and ENJOY!"
Fantastic!
Amanda J. Gritsavage | Hampton, VA | 09/10/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I just got done watching the first episode of season 4 off the Unbox Video Downloads and I'm definitely hooked already... great storyline so far and as a person who saw seasons 1-3 on DVD during my deployment I would stay up late just to get to the end, and I think I may just be downloading the rest of the episodes before this season comes out on DVD, I'm that impatient!

It truly is a great series, despite the glamorous and beautiful people with glamorous and beautiful jobs... it's just fun to watch and do a little wishful thinking... even as a straight person I was so fascinated and intrigued, I absolutely love this series. I have nothing but positive things to say, and I may not be knowledgeable about the lesbian community to have my own facts 100% valid, but I thought this was great exposure for someone like myself who never knew a thing about it, and it's just beautiful. Although I admit, I do miss Dana, but bringing back Marina was a definite surprise!"
Worth the Wait!
M. Haynes | Derby,UK | 12/12/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Being a UK viewer of this hot potato made it extremely frustrating to find out that Living TV ran this season wihout any warning at all so I missed it but all hope was not lost and Amazon came to my rescue!

I'm on Disc three of the 5 Disc boxset and ladies it doesn't dissapoint. This programme just seems to get better and better with each season.
The new additions to the cast, JANINA GAVANKAR / EVA 'PAPI' TORRES, set to give Shane a run for her money as the new lethario in town turning even the straightest of heads!,
MARLEE MATLIN / JODI LERNER, Bette's new love interest is making her own mark on our beloved Artist with some heart wrenching storylines.
ROSE ROLLINS / TASHA, This mean and moody character I think will come into her own next season but I applaud the writers for introducing a character like Tash that deals with our girls in the Armed forces.
CYBILL SHEPHERD / PHYLLIS KROLL, I was a little skeptical when I heard she was joing the cast this year but her character really works and is very entertaining, it also deals with coming out in the later years, which is good for us older lasses!

This Seasson sees many changes to the characters we already know and love.
Look out for the sexy DANIELA SEA / MAX SWEENEY storyline. I wasn't sure about Max last year and was finding it hard to connect with him but this season has seen me doing a complete Uturn and looking forward to seeing how this character will develop further.
KATHERINE MOENNIG/ SHANE has not had the best of luck of late and we do feel sorry for her even though she's brought a lot on herself but this season we see a new side of Shane with a storyline that rips your heart out and stamps all over it..
MIA KIRSHNER / JENNY SCHECTER - possibly the most ambiguous character on set, one minute you love her next minute you hate her..this season is no different but is Jenny about to get a taste of her own medicine?
LEISHA HAILEY / ALICE PIESZECKI - Lovable rogue Alice who seems to plod from one disastrous relationship to another gets an unlikley love interest this season that is set to question everything she believes in and we like where it's going.
RACHEL SHELLEY / HELENA PEABODY -I like what they've done with her character this time around and if you hated her last season you'll love her this year!
LAUREL HOLLOMAN / TINA KENNARD - Season 4 leads us to where we knew it always would, the question on everyones lips is will they get back together or won't they?
PAM GRIER / KIT PORTER - The Kitty cat is taking a walk on the wild side with some shocking revelations and descent into madness.
and finally..
the delectable JENNIFER BEALS / BETTE PORTER - This stubborn pig headed control freak is having as equally confusing time as Shane this season, from flirtations students to ex partners and deaf lovers Bette's getting them all this year!
Season 4 of the L Word is explosive, heartwarming, knee trembling sensationalism and I can't wait to see the rest of the boxset!
Fantastic whether you be straight or a little bit twisted ;)


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