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The L-Word

Mondays at 8 p.m., Union Station Video Café, 2814 Detroit Ave., 216-357-2997, www.clevelandcocktails.com.

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Things are heating up on the always-steamy, always-dramatic L-Word. Bette's struggling to adjust to her new job in the world of academia, with her new take-no-prisoners boss, Phyllis, played by Cybill Shepherd (pictured). Jenny's book's not getting a warm reception. And then Helena had to move in with Alice. Watch the days of their lives unfold every Monday on Union Station Video Café's gigantic screens.

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