Shane McCutcheon’s dating history is extensive, with many failed relationships, one-night stands, and big mistakes. But there have been many great matches. Carmen de la Pica Morales (Sarah Shahi), Cheri Jaffe (Rosanna Arquette), and Molly Kroll (Clementine Ford) are just a few of the names that might come to mind. But which one was best for him? In the eyes of beloved character Katherine Moenig The L Word: Generation QShane’s current girlfriend, Tess van de Burgh, is his true match.
[Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers for The L Word: Generation Q Season 2 finale.]
Who Is Tess On ‘The L Word: Generation Q’?
Played by Jamie Clayton, Tess was introduced in the first season of The L Word: Generation Q As an employee of Shane’s bar, Dana. But as the show progresses she also becomes Shane’s friend. Tess has a magnetic personality, with a spirit and drive that naturally draws others to her. It stars people like Sarah Finlay (Jacqueline Toboni) and Carrie Walsh (Rosie O’Donnell).
Eventually, she begins helping Shane run Dana’s poker game. As they work more closely together, they become attracted to each other. There is an easy rapport and chemistry between them, making their transition easier for lovers later on. By the end of the second season, the two are serious and have even called each other the “L” word.
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Shane and Tess are Moenig’s favorite couple
Tess Moenig’s favorite of all Shane McCutchon’s girlfriends, she reveals collider.
“I would say, at first the L Word History, Shane has found his match,” she told the website, when asked about Shane’s relationship with Tess. “Who knows where this is going to develop, but there’s a beauty to Tess because Tess Shane doesn’t drink Kool-Aid, and Shane looks at him. Shane respects that. Not that she was expecting him anyway, but it’s refreshing. “
“Tess has her own agency, which is always an attractive quality, a lot like Shane,” she continued. “They’re very similar in that regard. I really, really enjoyed that story — I think it’s actually my favorite Shane story of the whole show, old and new. I just love that these two adults How about those who still make mistakes and are trying to figure it out. They miscommunicate and they misunderstand each other even though they are speaking the same subtext.”
“And the fun of it, for me, was Jamie Clayton himself,” Moenig said. “She’s a force to be reckoned with, and I’m so lucky a girl that I got to work with her every day.”
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What’s next for Shane and Tess on ‘The L Word: Generation Q’
in the latest episode of The L Word: Generation QTess decided to stay with her mother. She expected Shane to come along but eventually went without her after an emotional conversation on the matter.
Moennig. looking forward to the third season of The L Word: Generation Q To continue that story. Nothing has been confirmed yet, but he said talks have taken place.
“I’ve had initial conversations,” Moenig shared. “I know what I want [to see happen], and I’ll go to the mat for it. So far there has been mutual agreement. If there was a problem, I’d throw that down for me. “
Fingers crossed that it all works. In the meantime, watch the show now on Showtime.