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Tina was one of the six main characters, in relationship with Bette for 8 years at the start of the show, and they were the seemingly stable, long-term couple of the group, planning to have a baby.

Their relationship became strained and they broke up at the end of Season 1. Before Bette, Tina had only dated men. In Season 2, Tina was several months pregnant via artificial insemination and started a relationship with Helena Peabody.

She ended up in a love triangle with Helen and Bette for much of the season. After giving birth to their daughter, Tina decided to move back in with Bette to raise their baby together.

However, by the third season, they had marital problems again, and Tina started an affair with a man named Henry, which lead to Tina and Bette fighting over custody of their daughter.

In Season 4, Tina and Bette agreed on shared custody and Tina continued her relationship with Henry until they eventually grew distant and broke up.

The next season, Tina met Brenda, whom she ended up sleeping with on their first date, though they eventually started dating.

By the end of the season, Tina had an affair with Bette again. At the start of Season 6, Bette moved back in with Tina and they started a plan to adopt a baby.

By the end of the series, Tina and Bette were still together and when Tina got a job offer in New York, she and Bette decided to relocate there and start a new life.

Bette was more than happy to do this, partially to escape from the claustrophobic bubble of Los Angeles lesbian intrigue and partially to escape Jenny, who had been blackmailing her.

The season was supposed to expand into to a spin-off but was later canceled. It is listed as questionable or subtext if romance is only implied, mentioned instead of shown on screen, part of a dream sequence, or otherwise not explicit for the viewer.

Tina Kennard Laurel Holloman Tina was one of the six main characters, in relationship with Bette for 8 years at the start of the show, and they were the seemingly stable, long-term couple of the group, planning to have a baby.

Seasons 2 and 3 In Season 2, Tina was several months pregnant via artificial insemination and started a relationship with Helena Peabody.

Seasons 4 and 5 In Season 4, Tina and Bette agreed on shared custody and Tina continued her relationship with Henry until they eventually grew distant and broke up.

Season 6 At the start of Season 6, Bette moved back in with Tina and they started a plan to adopt a baby. Appearances: 70 episodes.

No [1] A relationship story arc is defined as explicit, developed on screen, and lasting more than 3 episodes.

More characters from The L Word. Jamie Chen. Dawn Denbo. Cindi Tucker. Niki Stevens. Molly Kroll. Kate Arden.

Catherine Rothberg. Tasha Williams. Paige Sobel. Jodi Lerner. Bette had kept it for her. While Tina was picking it from her hand, Bette kissed her.

Bette and Tina's relationship appears to their friends as very strong. Tina confirms to their closest friends that Bette is her "first, last, and forever" love.

However, from the very beginning they seem to have problems, and even as they attempt to start a family, it is revealed that they no longer make love.

Although they seem to move past this problem as the series progresses, Bette's career in the California Arts Center is shown to come between them, with Bette frequently not having time to spend with Tina.

At Bette's urging, Tina gives up her own career in order to have a child, leaving Bette as the sole breadwinner.

Bette has a difficult family life, with her homophobic father Melvin only barely tolerating her relationship with Tina, and flatly refusing to acknowledge Tina's baby as his grandchild.

Bette is also shown to be very bossy and domineering with Tina and everyone else. Throughout the entire series, Bette has a reputation for throwing fits and tantrums in public and private when things do not go her way.

In addition, Bette at first has a difficult relationship with her older half-sister Kit , a recovering alcoholic who has often let her down.

As the series progresses, however, Bette begins to support Kit's attempts to turn her life around, and their relationship is shown to improve.

Tina's miscarriage takes a toll on Bette, and when her partner decides to become involved in a charitable organization, Bette finds that their careers make it almost impossible for them to spend any time together or have sex.

At the same time, she finds herself drawn to Candace Jewell, a model-like carpenter temporarily working at the CAC.

Bette tries to resist this attraction at first, but is unable to do so when Candace, despite knowing of Bette's relationship, makes a pass at her.

Bette subsequently begins an affair with Candace to fulfill her sexual desires. When Tina discovers what is going on, she flies into a rage and, in the ensuing fight, Bette desperately tries to earn Tina's forgiveness by raping her, [2] but Tina leaves Bette and moves out.

In the second season, Bette resumes her affair with Candace, but soon becomes desperate to make amends for her betrayal, and finds that her break-up with Tina is disrupting all other elements of her life.

Her job becomes an increasing pressure, especially when Tina's new lover, Helena Peabody , is added to the Board of Directors, and her boss hires another curator who threatens Bette's elevated position.

However, Tina refuses to forgive Bette, insinuating that she is only trying to mend their relationship because Candace is not sexually fulfilling enough for her.

At first, Bette feels isolated from Alice who hypocritically accuses Bette of being a "sex-addict" while she herself is having an affair with Dana, who is engaged to be married and the others, who she feels have mainly taken Tina's side in their argument rather than remain neutral.

Although Shane and Jenny are both supportive of her mostly because of both Shane and Jenny, also both promiscuous, having cheated on their lovers as well , it takes a while for Bette to feel on good terms with Alice again.

After Tina begins to see Helena, however, the group appear to rally around Bette, who is now aware that Tina is pregnant again and has a great desire to raise their child together.

Matters are further complicated when it is revealed that Bette's father Melvin is dying from advanced prostate cancer , and is refusing treatment.

A distraught Bette brings him home to die, so that he will not be trapped in a hospital, but this difficult experience leads her to reach out to Tina.

Tina, who by now feels trapped by her relationship with Helena, grows closer to Bette again, and although Melvin never really blesses his daughter's homosexual relationship, he does once refer to Tina as 'Tina' rather than 'Miss Kennard' before he dies.

His death is a great blow to Bette, who receives news of the loss of her job at Melvin's funeral. Though upset and furious, Bette continues to derive comfort from her improved relationship with Tina.

Bette's relationship with Kit is also vastly improved in this season, with Kit being her main source of comfort at the beginning of the season.

She helps Kit to take over The Planet cafe, and begins actively involving herself in Kit's life. Eventually Tina chooses Bette over Helena, and the end of the season shows Tina asking to move back in with Bette.

Tina's labor is surprisingly difficult, but their daughter Angelica is eventually born, and the end of the season shows Bette as calm and happy in her new family.

Six months later, Bette and Tina are feeling the stress of raising Angelica, Bette's unemployment and Tina going back to work for Helena at her film studio.

Their relationship experiences difficulties yet again when Tina claims to have a renewed interest in men.

Angry and hurt with her belief that Tina was merely experimenting with her for eight years, Bette has her move out.

Bette briefly becomes a Buddhist and goes on a silent retreat, but leaves it. In the meantime, Tina begins a relationship with a divorced father, Henry Young.

When Henry's son Mikey innocently asks Bette to take a "family picture" of himself and Henry with Tina and Angelica, and Tina tells Bette to her face that she no longer wants Bette to adopt Angelica and that she and Henry are going to start a family with the implication that Henry will adopt Angelica, Bette comes to the realization that Tina is only using Henry and Mikey so that she will get full custody of Angelica when she and Bette separate, as she is Angelica's biological mother and deliberately ingratiating herself in what Bette calls the "safety of a white heterosexual family", after which she will leave Henry.

Desperate not to lose Angelica, Bette hires Joyce Wishnea, a gay civil rights lawyer, in order to file for sole custody, and warns Tina to stop her farce with Henry.

This time, most of their friends rally behind Bette, seeing Tina as a traitor to the LGBT community for using her sexuality and the country's homophobic legal system against Bette.

Tina, however, stands her ground and considers the possibility of losing all of her friends as the "bravest thing she has ever done".

At Shane and Carmen 's wedding, Bette begins to have second thoughts about this, but when Tina gets Joyce's letter and begins to take action to separate Bette from Angelica forever, Bette kidnaps Angelica and runs away.

After being implored by her friends, Bette returns with Angelica, and Joyce persuades her and Tina to reach an agreement themselves on the basis that the homophobic court will most likely put Angelica up for adoption or into a heterosexual foster family instead of granting either of them custody.

Soon after, Bette becomes the dean of art at a university. Her sexually frustrated boss, Phyllis Kroll , confesses to her that she is a lesbian, despite having a husband, Leonard.

Later on, Bette introduces Phyllis to her group of friends, aware that she will end up having sex with one of them; Phyllis meets and has an affair with Alice, but despite being old enough to be her mother, she falls madly in love with her, which makes Bette feel uncomfortable, particularly when Alice refuses to commit to Phyllis and Bette gets caught in the middle.

In desperation, Bette puts Phyllis in contact with Joyce to help her divorce Leonard, aware of Joyce's reputation for sleeping with her clients.

Her plan works and Phyllis and Joyce begin a relationship, though Joyce is forced to recuse herself from representing Phyllis when it becomes more serious.

While working at the California University School of the Arts as a dean, Bette has an affair with one of her graduate students, Nadia, but soon breaks off the relationship because she realizes it's inappropriate.

Then, she begins a sexual relationship with Jodi Lerner , a sculptor who has begun lecturing at the university. Tina and Bette's relationship initially goes through some rough patches, but they gradually become friendlier with each other.

Tina confesses to Bette that she still loves her and that she misses her life as a lesbian; when she meets Jodi, Tina realizes how much she wants Bette back and begins to regret ending her relationship with Bette.

Tina learns of an affair between Angus Kit's boyfriend and Tina's nanny, Hazel, and she informs Bette. This causes major stress to their relationship, as Bette wants to keep this information from her sister and Tina disagrees.

Things become even more complicated after a disastrous dinner party, thrown by Bette for Jodi, where she learns Kit—a recovering alcoholic—is drinking again to deal with Angus's infidelity.

Because of Bette's reaction to her sister's drinking, Bette and Jodi get into a heated argument. As a result of the argument, Jodi realizes that Bette's controlling ways are too much for her and takes a job offer in New York City.

In the season finale, Bette, with some encouragement from Tina and help from Alice and Shane, steals a "17 Reasons Why" sign from an old building in hopes of getting Jodi back, as Jodi had once told her that she believed it would make a great art piece.

She shows it to Jodi, who is touched enough that she decides to remain in Los Angeles with Bette. At the beginning of the fifth season, Bette and Jodi's relationship seems very loving to their friends.

However, it doesn't take long before the problems begin to show. When Jodi insists on bringing Bette on her annual vacation with her close friends, Bette finds herself annoyed and upset with Jodi and her friend's activities.

Though Bette continues her relationship with Jodi, she begins to long for the life she shared with Tina, particularly after Tina starts to manipulate Bette by talking about their past life and bragging about her affairs with other women.

Bette soon succumbs to Tina's hints and they begin an affair, though they both claim to be unsure if they want anything more than their sexual reconnection.

To manipulate Bette further out of sadness and longing, Tina begins a flirtation with Sam, a woman who works on the set of Lez Girls.

Due to her own jealousy, Bette becomes angry with Jodi when Jodi decides to have a dinner party and invites Tina and Sam. When Jodi confronts Bette about their distance emotionally and sexually, Bette cannot bring herself to admit that she is still in love with Tina.

During rolling blackouts, Bette and Tina are trapped in an elevator on the way to their couples therapy session.

During their time in the elevator, Bette and Tina discuss their fears about their relationship and end up making love, during which Bette tells Tina she still loves her, even though Tina was once prepared to destroy their relationship for good through Henry.

Meanwhile, Jodi sees Bette is moody and upset about something but is not sure. By this time, Jodi has resigned from California University after one of her students held a realistic-looking gun made of soapstone to his head in front of the class as a form of art.

While on their Subaru Pink Ride, Jodi learns of the affair during a game of 'I Never' when Alice drunkenly begins calling Bette a "giant and 'gi-normous' cheater" for having cheated on Tina and on Alice herself when they were dating.

This statement leads Jodi to jokingly ask if Bette is cheating on her. When Bette doesn't respond and Tina gets up and runs away from the group, Jodi finally realizes that Bette is cheating on her and most likely never truly loved her from the start.

In private, Kit verbally blasts Bette for her actions, reminding her of Tina's callous behavior while she was with Henry, but Bette confesses that, even though Tina was ready to take their daughter away from her and destroy their family forever, she loves and has always loved Tina, and that she and Jodi "never had a shot", effectively confirming that she was merely using Jodi sexually and never loved her.

After the truth is revealed, Jodi returns to Bette and completely brushes off Tina. Bette takes Jodi to her house trying to talk things over but Jodi is adamant to get Bette back anyhow, leading to force her to have sex with her.

Bette finally pushes her away and they agree to clarify things in Bette's office. It is here that Bette tells Jodi that their relationship will not work because Tina is her true love.

Jodi concedes and leaves without further fight. She retrieves her personal items from Bette's place and leaves Bette an early birthday present.

At the end of that eventful day, Bette joins Tina and takes both Angelica and Tina back home.

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In Season 2, Tina was several months pregnant via artificial insemination and started a relationship with Helena Peabody.

She ended up in a love triangle with Helen and Bette for much of the season. After giving birth to their daughter, Tina decided to move back in with Bette to raise their baby together.

However, by the third season, they had marital problems again, and Tina started an affair with a man named Henry, which lead to Tina and Bette fighting over custody of their daughter.

In Season 4, Tina and Bette agreed on shared custody and Tina continued her relationship with Henry until they eventually grew distant and broke up.

The next season, Tina met Brenda, whom she ended up sleeping with on their first date, though they eventually started dating.

By the end of the season, Tina had an affair with Bette again. At the start of Season 6, Bette moved back in with Tina and they started a plan to adopt a baby.

By the end of the series, Tina and Bette were still together and when Tina got a job offer in New York, she and Bette decided to relocate there and start a new life.

Bette was more than happy to do this, partially to escape from the claustrophobic bubble of Los Angeles lesbian intrigue and partially to escape Jenny, who had been blackmailing her.

The season was supposed to expand into to a spin-off but was later canceled. It is listed as questionable or subtext if romance is only implied, mentioned instead of shown on screen, part of a dream sequence, or otherwise not explicit for the viewer.

Tina Kennard Laurel Holloman Tina was one of the six main characters, in relationship with Bette for 8 years at the start of the show, and they were the seemingly stable, long-term couple of the group, planning to have a baby.

Seasons 2 and 3 In Season 2, Tina was several months pregnant via artificial insemination and started a relationship with Helena Peabody.

Seasons 4 and 5 In Season 4, Tina and Bette agreed on shared custody and Tina continued her relationship with Henry until they eventually grew distant and broke up.

Season 6 At the start of Season 6, Bette moved back in with Tina and they started a plan to adopt a baby. Appearances: 70 episodes.

No [1] A relationship story arc is defined as explicit, developed on screen, and lasting more than 3 episodes. More characters from The L Word.

Jamie Chen. Dawn Denbo. Cindi Tucker. Niki Stevens. Molly Kroll. Kate Arden. Catherine Rothberg. Tasha Williams. Paige Sobel. Jodi Lerner.

Lindsey English. Eva Papi Torres. Phyllis Kroll. Throughout the entire series, Bette has a reputation for throwing fits and tantrums in public and private when things do not go her way.

In addition, Bette at first has a difficult relationship with her older half-sister Kit , a recovering alcoholic who has often let her down.

As the series progresses, however, Bette begins to support Kit's attempts to turn her life around, and their relationship is shown to improve.

Tina's miscarriage takes a toll on Bette, and when her partner decides to become involved in a charitable organization, Bette finds that their careers make it almost impossible for them to spend any time together or have sex.

At the same time, she finds herself drawn to Candace Jewell, a model-like carpenter temporarily working at the CAC. Bette tries to resist this attraction at first, but is unable to do so when Candace, despite knowing of Bette's relationship, makes a pass at her.

Bette subsequently begins an affair with Candace to fulfill her sexual desires. When Tina discovers what is going on, she flies into a rage and, in the ensuing fight, Bette desperately tries to earn Tina's forgiveness by raping her, [2] but Tina leaves Bette and moves out.

In the second season, Bette resumes her affair with Candace, but soon becomes desperate to make amends for her betrayal, and finds that her break-up with Tina is disrupting all other elements of her life.

Her job becomes an increasing pressure, especially when Tina's new lover, Helena Peabody , is added to the Board of Directors, and her boss hires another curator who threatens Bette's elevated position.

However, Tina refuses to forgive Bette, insinuating that she is only trying to mend their relationship because Candace is not sexually fulfilling enough for her.

At first, Bette feels isolated from Alice who hypocritically accuses Bette of being a "sex-addict" while she herself is having an affair with Dana, who is engaged to be married and the others, who she feels have mainly taken Tina's side in their argument rather than remain neutral.

Although Shane and Jenny are both supportive of her mostly because of both Shane and Jenny, also both promiscuous, having cheated on their lovers as well , it takes a while for Bette to feel on good terms with Alice again.

After Tina begins to see Helena, however, the group appear to rally around Bette, who is now aware that Tina is pregnant again and has a great desire to raise their child together.

Matters are further complicated when it is revealed that Bette's father Melvin is dying from advanced prostate cancer , and is refusing treatment.

A distraught Bette brings him home to die, so that he will not be trapped in a hospital, but this difficult experience leads her to reach out to Tina.

Tina, who by now feels trapped by her relationship with Helena, grows closer to Bette again, and although Melvin never really blesses his daughter's homosexual relationship, he does once refer to Tina as 'Tina' rather than 'Miss Kennard' before he dies.

His death is a great blow to Bette, who receives news of the loss of her job at Melvin's funeral.

Though upset and furious, Bette continues to derive comfort from her improved relationship with Tina. Bette's relationship with Kit is also vastly improved in this season, with Kit being her main source of comfort at the beginning of the season.

She helps Kit to take over The Planet cafe, and begins actively involving herself in Kit's life. Eventually Tina chooses Bette over Helena, and the end of the season shows Tina asking to move back in with Bette.

Tina's labor is surprisingly difficult, but their daughter Angelica is eventually born, and the end of the season shows Bette as calm and happy in her new family.

Six months later, Bette and Tina are feeling the stress of raising Angelica, Bette's unemployment and Tina going back to work for Helena at her film studio.

Their relationship experiences difficulties yet again when Tina claims to have a renewed interest in men. Angry and hurt with her belief that Tina was merely experimenting with her for eight years, Bette has her move out.

Bette briefly becomes a Buddhist and goes on a silent retreat, but leaves it. In the meantime, Tina begins a relationship with a divorced father, Henry Young.

When Henry's son Mikey innocently asks Bette to take a "family picture" of himself and Henry with Tina and Angelica, and Tina tells Bette to her face that she no longer wants Bette to adopt Angelica and that she and Henry are going to start a family with the implication that Henry will adopt Angelica, Bette comes to the realization that Tina is only using Henry and Mikey so that she will get full custody of Angelica when she and Bette separate, as she is Angelica's biological mother and deliberately ingratiating herself in what Bette calls the "safety of a white heterosexual family", after which she will leave Henry.

Desperate not to lose Angelica, Bette hires Joyce Wishnea, a gay civil rights lawyer, in order to file for sole custody, and warns Tina to stop her farce with Henry.

This time, most of their friends rally behind Bette, seeing Tina as a traitor to the LGBT community for using her sexuality and the country's homophobic legal system against Bette.

Tina, however, stands her ground and considers the possibility of losing all of her friends as the "bravest thing she has ever done".

At Shane and Carmen 's wedding, Bette begins to have second thoughts about this, but when Tina gets Joyce's letter and begins to take action to separate Bette from Angelica forever, Bette kidnaps Angelica and runs away.

After being implored by her friends, Bette returns with Angelica, and Joyce persuades her and Tina to reach an agreement themselves on the basis that the homophobic court will most likely put Angelica up for adoption or into a heterosexual foster family instead of granting either of them custody.

Soon after, Bette becomes the dean of art at a university. Her sexually frustrated boss, Phyllis Kroll , confesses to her that she is a lesbian, despite having a husband, Leonard.

Later on, Bette introduces Phyllis to her group of friends, aware that she will end up having sex with one of them; Phyllis meets and has an affair with Alice, but despite being old enough to be her mother, she falls madly in love with her, which makes Bette feel uncomfortable, particularly when Alice refuses to commit to Phyllis and Bette gets caught in the middle.

In desperation, Bette puts Phyllis in contact with Joyce to help her divorce Leonard, aware of Joyce's reputation for sleeping with her clients.

Her plan works and Phyllis and Joyce begin a relationship, though Joyce is forced to recuse herself from representing Phyllis when it becomes more serious.

While working at the California University School of the Arts as a dean, Bette has an affair with one of her graduate students, Nadia, but soon breaks off the relationship because she realizes it's inappropriate.

Then, she begins a sexual relationship with Jodi Lerner , a sculptor who has begun lecturing at the university.

Tina and Bette's relationship initially goes through some rough patches, but they gradually become friendlier with each other.

Tina confesses to Bette that she still loves her and that she misses her life as a lesbian; when she meets Jodi, Tina realizes how much she wants Bette back and begins to regret ending her relationship with Bette.

Tina learns of an affair between Angus Kit's boyfriend and Tina's nanny, Hazel, and she informs Bette. This causes major stress to their relationship, as Bette wants to keep this information from her sister and Tina disagrees.

Things become even more complicated after a disastrous dinner party, thrown by Bette for Jodi, where she learns Kit—a recovering alcoholic—is drinking again to deal with Angus's infidelity.

Because of Bette's reaction to her sister's drinking, Bette and Jodi get into a heated argument. As a result of the argument, Jodi realizes that Bette's controlling ways are too much for her and takes a job offer in New York City.

In the season finale, Bette, with some encouragement from Tina and help from Alice and Shane, steals a "17 Reasons Why" sign from an old building in hopes of getting Jodi back, as Jodi had once told her that she believed it would make a great art piece.

She shows it to Jodi, who is touched enough that she decides to remain in Los Angeles with Bette. At the beginning of the fifth season, Bette and Jodi's relationship seems very loving to their friends.

However, it doesn't take long before the problems begin to show. When Jodi insists on bringing Bette on her annual vacation with her close friends, Bette finds herself annoyed and upset with Jodi and her friend's activities.

Though Bette continues her relationship with Jodi, she begins to long for the life she shared with Tina, particularly after Tina starts to manipulate Bette by talking about their past life and bragging about her affairs with other women.

Bette soon succumbs to Tina's hints and they begin an affair, though they both claim to be unsure if they want anything more than their sexual reconnection.

To manipulate Bette further out of sadness and longing, Tina begins a flirtation with Sam, a woman who works on the set of Lez Girls.

Due to her own jealousy, Bette becomes angry with Jodi when Jodi decides to have a dinner party and invites Tina and Sam.

When Jodi confronts Bette about their distance emotionally and sexually, Bette cannot bring herself to admit that she is still in love with Tina.

During rolling blackouts, Bette and Tina are trapped in an elevator on the way to their couples therapy session. During their time in the elevator, Bette and Tina discuss their fears about their relationship and end up making love, during which Bette tells Tina she still loves her, even though Tina was once prepared to destroy their relationship for good through Henry.

Meanwhile, Jodi sees Bette is moody and upset about something but is not sure. By this time, Jodi has resigned from California University after one of her students held a realistic-looking gun made of soapstone to his head in front of the class as a form of art.

While on their Subaru Pink Ride, Jodi learns of the affair during a game of 'I Never' when Alice drunkenly begins calling Bette a "giant and 'gi-normous' cheater" for having cheated on Tina and on Alice herself when they were dating.

This statement leads Jodi to jokingly ask if Bette is cheating on her. When Bette doesn't respond and Tina gets up and runs away from the group, Jodi finally realizes that Bette is cheating on her and most likely never truly loved her from the start.

In private, Kit verbally blasts Bette for her actions, reminding her of Tina's callous behavior while she was with Henry, but Bette confesses that, even though Tina was ready to take their daughter away from her and destroy their family forever, she loves and has always loved Tina, and that she and Jodi "never had a shot", effectively confirming that she was merely using Jodi sexually and never loved her.

After the truth is revealed, Jodi returns to Bette and completely brushes off Tina. Bette takes Jodi to her house trying to talk things over but Jodi is adamant to get Bette back anyhow, leading to force her to have sex with her.

Bette finally pushes her away and they agree to clarify things in Bette's office. It is here that Bette tells Jodi that their relationship will not work because Tina is her true love.

Jodi concedes and leaves without further fight. She retrieves her personal items from Bette's place and leaves Bette an early birthday present.

At the end of that eventful day, Bette joins Tina and takes both Angelica and Tina back home. With her real admiration for Jodi, Bette introduces Jodi at the public exhibition of a new Jodi Lerner piece, entitled "Core.

After the shocking public humiliation, Bette returns to find solace in Tina. Later, Bette and Tina go to Lez Girls wrap party where their reunion and display of affection is admired by their friends.

Tina moves back in with Bette, and they decide to adopt a second child. In preparation, they begin to add an expensive extension to their house.

The pair finally meet the birth-mother Marci in Nevada, an underprivileged Caucasian woman expecting a half African-American son. Despite the fact that Marci's family rejects the notion of giving the child to a lesbian couple, Marci agrees to give Tina and Bette her child.

However, this transaction is threatened when Joyce Wischnia informs the pair that Nevada law does not permit adoption to same sex couples.

A solution is reached when Bette and Tina agree to board Marci during her pregnancy, but when they arrive to the Los Angeles bus station to meet her, Marci is not on the bus, having for some reason backed out on the deal.

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