Six months later. Bette and Tina, now back together, try to deal with parenting Tina's newborn daughter, Angelica, while trying to handle an obnoxious, wheelchair-bound, social worker, named Roberta Collie, who disapproves of their unorthodox parenting methods. Meanwhile, Alice, hosting her own radio show, The Chart on KZWA in Santa Monica, cannot get over her breakup with Dana who has gotten back together with Lara Perkins, leading to a hilarious 'road rage' chase through the streets... ending when Alice hits Roberta Collie's car. Helena decides to go into the movie business by purchasing a small and struggling studio, and decides on a chance on her personality being the only one whom tries to comfort Alice with her emotional setbacks. With Mark having moved out of the house, Carmen has moved in, and her romantic relationship with Shane gets a little more serious when Carmen wants to take Shane to meet her parents, and she asks Shane to act 'straight'. Kit goes to her son, David, ...
Did You Know?
At the nursery they sing a song with all the babies names. They first one they sing to is "Lola", which is the name of Laurel Holloman
(who plays Tina)'s baby. See more
When Bette and Tina are with the sex therapist, the sex therapist removes her glasses and holds them. When the camera turns to face Bette and Tina, you can see the sex therapists head still has glasses on. See more
I'm Alice Pieszecki and you're listening to the chart on KCRW. Welcome back. Tonight we are talking about the connection between love and the senses.
Your lover kisses you, and you feel a tremor in the back of your knees. The synapses fire sending orders, move your legs move your arms... she's the one for you, she's the... girl of your dreams, she's your one and only. And you know because... the smell of her makes your head swim because you get a physical jolt every time she sends ...