When we published an online article revealing that the long-awaited L Word sequel is o officially in the works at Showtime, and t that original cast members Jennifer Beals, Leisha Hailey and Kate Moennig are all involved, our Facebook page went wild. The post received over 2,000 likes and countless comments, proving that Ilene Chaiken and co still h have the power to send queer women i into meltdown mode. Samantha tagged her bezzies to spread the news and wrote, “Save your holidays up lads. We’ll need time off for this!” Anne-julie was so pumped she started spontanepontaneously quoting song lyrics: “This s is happening. YES!!! I’m so excited ed and I just can’t hide it. I’m about to lose control and I think I like it.” Samantha was similarly overjoyed: oyed: “Mate I cannot express the joy y that I am feeling right now. It must be on n par with like your first born child joy.” Mandy was pretty thrilled d too, declaring, “I will be doing back-flips of pure joy!” Yhani’s s response was succinct and summed up how many of us were feeling: “OMG. #Shane.” Of The Week recently. We asked Laurel where she thinks Tina and Bette would be now, and she told us: “Happily married! I’m a romantic.” Then we opened it up for debate and you lot had some very interesting theories. Barbara agreed with Laurel that they’re “Still together! They have made a mess in the past, but their love is with each other. And I’m sure they had another baby.” Marie wasn’t quite so optimistic: “Happily ever after doesn’t exist so, if none of them cheated this time, they probably just became bored of each other.” Jemma’sJ vision for theth couple wasn’ wasn’t all hearts and flowers eith either. She sugg suggested we’d find TibetteTi “in a Whole Foods arguing abo about body fat p percentage and judging people that weren’t vegans.” It looks like soon we’ll all have a chance to find out for sure in the upcoming reboot.