Eighteen months later, life is largely back to normal at Kim's Brighton home. Even Stella has returned and seems monogamous with Nathan, the parental couple in sex therapy. Sugar however is in jail. ...
To Nathan's surprise, Stella is back but refuses to explain why. He still accepts to try adapting and acting more spontaneously in love-life. That leads to a painful food-sex-game experiment, landing...
Nathan's displeasure actually leads to Stella moving out. Kim rushes off at Sugar's help call. The sassy slut's constant sexual and general mischief has finally got her in major trouble, covered in ...
When 16 year old Vivian McMillan has to move from New York City to the suburbs, her relationships, past and present, are tested. And her identity goes through seismic changes. The daughter ... See full summary »
Venice the Series is Co-Created by Crystal Chappell and Kim Turrisi. Venice focuses on the life of Gina Brogno - a single, gay, self-made interior designer - living and working in Venice ... See full summary »
Ellie Allard is a typical teenager with a passion for art, she gets up to loads of trouble with her best friends, goth Nadine and flirty Magda.Ellie, Nadine and Madga go through a lot of ... See full summary »
Two attractive young lesbians, Maggie and Kim, meet in Vancouver, develop a passionate romance, and move in together. Meanwhile, Maggie's well-meaning but naive mother Lila gets divorced ... See full summary »
In the final episode when the girls steal the car. The registration begins with a T. When they're driving up to London, the registration letter has changed to S, with a completely different registration plate. See more »
You ever think about what would have happened if you haven't been taken away?
Kim, we have our moments together but most of the time we annoy the fuck out of each other. Saint's great for you. It simply makes sense and you know it. Besides... It'll never top the night we did have. I'll still be thinking about that one when I'm shuffling around in my incontentenant pants, thats if I don't have alzheimer's.
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Teenage virgin lesbian who is in love with her best friend.
I thought this drama was excellent. It covered a subject that had been skirted around previously and drew in a vary of audiences. The way there are numerous plot lines taking place really keeps the program exciting and makes you eager for the next installment a week later. I was hooked on it and thought both actresses played an extremely convincing role. A teenage virgin lesbian who is in love with her best friend is a simple, yet effective plot line which is open to all possibilities and twists. All the characters binded together to make this successful drama and kept audiences in awe. Was sad to see it has ended, hopefully there will be further dramas similar to this one that can keep audiences intrigued and curious.
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