- Let's Find Out Who Was Really The Most Hated Character On "The L Word"
- Lez Girls and dead dogs: how Jenny wrecked The L Word
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Jenny is self indulgent, manipulative, likely bipolar, often cruel, and possesses a questionable level of sanity. But does she really deserve every ounce of our loathing, more than all of the other destructive characters on the show?
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Lez Girls and dead dogs: how Jenny wrecked The L Word
Lez Girls and dead dogs: how Jenny wrecked The L Word. The lesbian drama was the first of its kind – shame its most irritating character ruined.
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Jennifer "Jenny" Diane Schecter is a fictional character from the American Showtime television drama series The L Word, played by Mia Kirshner. Jenny debuted.
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Jenny debuted on-screen during the pilot episode and remained until the series' final episode. Jenny became well documented in the media for her outlandish plots. Jenny was created by series creator Ilene Chaiken , loosely based on herself as a younger woman living in the lesbian community. Chaiken implemented a series of changes to the character, one of which being the inclusion of a sexual abuse storyline and self-harm, which some critics observed as being attempts to make her likable in the LGBT community. One storyline that gained mainstream attention was adopting a homeless dog, only to have it put down for personal gain.
Jenny, Jenny, Jenny. Oh, Jenny. It's widely known what most of the fans think of her, but for every Jenny naysayer there is a Jenny Truther defending her. Can the masses forgive and forget all the horrible things she did for her few moments of glory? I mean, she did gift us with the term "vagina wig. Remember this sentence she actually muttered: "I'm working on a story right now about a woman who's mute from birth, but then she realizes she's able to speak the language of the manatees. Bette was that character you defended and loved even though, deep down, you knew she was sort of scum.