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07/23/2008

Should Tina be worried?

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 4-158It has just been announced that Showgirls star, "Saved By The Bell" pill-popper, and "Shut Up And Dance" host Elizabeth Berkley is joining the cast of the sixth and final season of "The L Word." According to Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello, the onetime Jesse Spano will play "a straight girl who got away from Jennifer Beals' Bette in college":

Exclusive: Elizabeth Berkley Utters 'The L Word' [EW]

It remains to be seen if the two characters will share any sort of hot and steamy intimacy (either in current or flashdance flashback form). That very much depends on whether or not the lesbian fans' fantasies are on the show's writing staff.

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Your thoughts

Nah, I'm not worried. Elizabeth Berkley skeeves me. ;)

Posted by: Tina-cious.com | Jul 23, 2008 1:45:53 PM

College classmates? Aren't they 10 years apart in age?

Posted by: Bill S | Jul 23, 2008 6:23:09 PM

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