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:: L I F E S I Z E ::


Tina confesses to Bette that she may have feelings for Josh Becker. In a passive/aggressive move, Bette encourages Tina to explore her feelings, but also lets her know that it may mean the end of their relationship. Alice may finally be over Dana as she falls under the spell of vampire Uta. In the process of reveling in her new love, she tosses out the life-size cut-out of Dana she's been hoarding. Jan Martin, a Simon & Schuster publisher, flies to LA to meet with Jenny about publishing her book, but tells Jenny there are changes she needs to make - like turning the project from a fictional novel into a true-life survivor memoir, which doesn't sit well with the author. Dana faces reality and gets a mastectomy just as the girls find out the truth about her condition: Lara, alone in dealing with Dana's illness, breaks down at the hospital and calls Alice for help. Carmen's temper burns out of control as she confronts Shane about her romp with Cherie and lectures her on the meaning of monogamy. Billie helps Moira feel like Max in more ways than one and helps her get male hormones without a prescription. Dylan keep Helena off balance with her on-again, off-again sexual advances, all the while protesting that she's straight. Though nervous about starting a relationship with Angus, a man she considers too young for her, Kit takes a step towards a relationship, just as Bette and Tina walk in on them making out.

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Guest Stars

Alan Cumming .... Billie Blaikie
Alexandra Hedison .... Dylan Moreland
Dallas Roberts .... Angus
Lauren Lee Smith .... Lara Perkins

P. Lynn Johnson ... Jan Martin
Brendan Penny ... Coleman Alt
 Barbara Kottmeier ... Young Bette
Michael Hogan ... Irwin Fairbanks
 Susan Hogan ... Sharon Fairbanks
Andrew Airlie ... Dr. Shapiro
 Ellie Harvie ... Janice
 Callum Keith Rennie ... Danny Wilson
Corin Tucker ... Herself
Carrie Brownstein ... Herself
Janet Weiss ... Herself
Geoff Gustafson ... Male Nurse
 Pamela Diaz ... Rosie
Suzanne Bastien ... Nurse
Richard Keats ... Anaesthesiologist

Written By: Adam Rapp  Directed By: Tricia Brock

 2006 ... 10:00 PM ... Showtime


Coreen Mayrs, CSA ... Casting
Heike Brandstatter, CSA ... Casting
Allan Lee ... Editing
Ricardo Spinace ... Production Designer
Bob Aschmann ... Director of Photography
Ilene Chaiken ... Creator
Kathy Greenberg ... Creator
Michele Abbott ... Creator
Kim Steer ... Line Producer
Christina Toy ... Production Manager
Cynthia Summers ... Costume Designer
 Louisa Rees ... Associate Producer
Beth Klein ... Los Angeles Casting
Richard Hicks, CSA ... Original Casting
Pat McCorkle, CSA ... Original Casting
ezgirl ... Music
Betty ... Main Title Theme Composition and Performance
Sandra Mayo ... First Assistant Director
Deborah Dimitroff ... Second Assistant Director
Cherin Dabis ... Staff Writer
Ariel Schrag ... Staff Writer
Neil Seale ... A Camera Operator
Andrew Coppin ... First Assistant Camera
Nathan McTague ... Second Assistant Camera
Brian Rose ... B Camera Operator
Garry Brook ... Key Grip
James Kantola ... Second Grip
Scott Clark ... Chief Lighting Technician
John Marilley-Bodner ... Best Boy
Cheryl Marion ... Art Director
Kristen Johnson ... Assistant Art Director
Linda Vipond ... Set Decorator
Ingrid Burgstaller ... Assistant Set Decorator
Annastasia McDonald ... Set Buyer
Bill Burd ... Property Master
Samantha Schell ... Assistant Property Master
Rob Lavigueur ... Props
Shane Connelly ... Sound Mixer
Joann Fowler ... Make-up Artist
Paul Edwards ... Hair Stylist
Meg Schmon ... Assistant Costume Designer
Ross Walshe ... Construction Coordinator
Joe Sala ... Paint Coordinator
Garth Elliot ... Head Greens
Gary Chibi ... Transportation Coordinator
Doug McCord ... Driver Captain
Jamie Goehring ... Location Manager
Rico Mielnicki ... Assistant Location Manager
Sheenah Main ... Production Coordinator
Pat Barry ... Script Supervisor
Elisabeth Van Assum ... Script Coordinator
Aaron Folk ... Third Assistant Director
Koah Kruse ... Post Production Coordinator
Nik Svab ... Assistant Editor
Roger Morris ... Sound Supervisor / Dialogue Editor
Mark Hensley ... Re-Recording Mixer
Ken Biehl ... Re-Recording Mixer
Natasha Tony ... Extras Casting
Robin Stone ... Canadian Casting Coordinator
Nancy Needham ... Assistant to Rose Lam
Adrian Salpeter ... Assistant to Ilene Chaiken
Lindsay Webster ... Assistant to Ilene Chaiken
Larin Sullivan ... LA Script Coordinator

Los Angeles Unit

Ann Kindberg ... Unit Production Manager
Marty Elcan ... First Assistant Director
Jeff Shiffman ... Second Assistant Director

Natasha Duprey ... Music Supervisor
Shawn Pierce ... Music Editor

Paramount Production Support INC. ... Production Equipment
Rainmaker ... Laboratory and Post Production Services
Post Modern Sound ... Sound Services
Tommy Boy Records ... Soundtracks

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and Los Angeles, California


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