“Off the Chart: Generation Q,” Episode 2: The Living Legend

Here's your episode of Off The Chart: Generation Q for Dec. 16

“I just want you to know that I would help you hide a body.” — Sarah Finley

We’re just two episodes into the Generation Q reboot, but there are already so many red flags ! Dani makes a massive career change without talking to her fiancée—just 24 hours into the engagement. Bette is still thirsty for her married former fling. Shane is hanging out at a random sports bar with Finley—and Finley will try to pick up any woman with a pulse. Much remains uncertain but there is finally a long-awaited conclusion to a decade-long mystery: who killed Jenny Schecter? As always in L Word land, drama reigns supreme.


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Erica Lenti @ericalenti
Michelle Turingan @chelleturingan

Producer and editor: Michelle Turingan
Executive producer: Rachel Giese @rachelagiese
Music: KidKulit

Sophie Dani L Word Generation Q

Chelle Turingan is a video journalist and filmmaker based in Toronto, ON. Their work has appeared in Maclean’sChatelaine, and Today’s Parent. They are also co-director / producer / editor of Xtra’s documentary film, Small Town Pride.

Erica Lenti

Erica Lenti is a deputy editor at Chatelaine and a former editor at Xtra.

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