Nip/Tuck - This controversial show has been at the top of my list since it started six years ago. Nip/Tuck has not been shy in the lesbian department, with long-running character and Latina anesthesiologist Dr. Liz Cruz (Roma Mafia) as the "tokin' lesbian"... until last season when Portia De Rossi joined the cast as Olivia Lord, the sexy acupuncturist and more importantly, Julia's (Joely Richardson) love interest.
The good news is she's back this season although right now there's no indication of how many episodes Portia will be in for Season 6 (which aired January 6, 2009). I know my eyes will be glued to the tube at 10pm PST Tuesday nights in hopes of some more steamy lesbian sex scenes that Nip/Tuck is known for. Can I get a tissue?
House - Although it's been on hiatus since before the holidays, yet another favorite medical drama is HOUSE and I thank the good lord each episode for the gift that is Olivia Wilde, aka "Thirteen", aka Dr. Remy Hadley. Thirteen plays the smart, sexy and somewhat mysterious bisexual doctor on House's famous team. In a recent episode titled "Lucky 13", Dr. Hadley gets it on with a patient. A female patient. It was hot and awesome and made me want to dance around my living room. They recently foreshadowede that Thirteen may have a fling with Foreman, the African-American male doctor that is also on House's team. All I have to say to FOX's writers is, c'mon!! Does network television make all bisexual female characters go back to men in the end? The verdict's still out on that one, but you know I'll keep watching.
American Idol - You know you watch it, don't deny. It's Season 8 which equates to 8 glorious years of American Idol fanatacism. Who will come out on top this year? It's hard to say. Season 8 premiered last night and continues tonight at 8pm PST. Will the gays come out for auditions loud and proud? Will the lesbians make their fabulous voices heard? Will FOX once again cut away from anyone that seems remotely homosexual and continue to focus on blonde bimbos, rednecks and teen heart throbs? Only time will tell.
Top Chef - Mmmm do I love me some food and a good cooking show. This season, Season 5, there's only one out lesbian but she's pretty kickass and can make a mean soup like no other. Jamie, age 30 all tattooed and pretty, is also pretty rad. She's confident, outgoing, talented and works as the Executive Chef at Absinthe, one of the busiest restaurants in San Francisco, to boot. You know I'll be rooting for this homegirl every Wednesday night at 10pm PST on BRAVO.
The L Word - This lesbocentric soap is a no brainer. Dykes, dykes and more dykes. So far we've experienced five glorious seasons of hot sex, lesbian drama, hot sex, uhauls galore, hot sex, nudity, hot sex and enough controversy to make George Bush look like a saint. The sad news is that the final season is only 8 episodes long. What gives, Showtime?! The final season (tear) premiers on January 18, 2009. I think there is still one question that remains in all our minds... what will happen to lesbian life after the L Word?
30 Rock - Ok, I know there's no lesbians on this show, but there's Tina Fey and although she's not actually a lesbian, a girl can dream right? The next episode, set to air tomorrow night at 9:30pm PST will be rockin' the sexy latino Salma Hayek as a nurse who soon gets hit on by big CEO man Jack McCallister (Alec Baldwin). But we all know the lesbos only watch the show for one reason. Tina Fey. Bow down to the media Goddess!
What's on your weekly TV line-up?