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What if I did? What difference would it make? What if in the time that we spent together, I felt more alive than I have in the last 20 years of my life? What if that were true? Do you think that I would leave my husband? My child? My houses in Bel Air and East Hampton, my trips to Paris, my black-tie galas? To run to some rank little love nest, with a 25-year-old assistant hairdresser who barely has her foot in the door? In this fucking ugly world, that kind of love does not exist.

Cherie to Shane, "Limb from Limb"

Cherie Jaffe is a recurring character in seasons one, three, and four of The L Word, before returning as a guest character in season two of The L Word: Generation Q. She is portrayed by Rosanna Arquette and debuts in "Luck, Next Time".

Cherie is a wealthy Hollywood socialite.

Background[]

The L Word[]

Generation Q[]

Season Two[]

Physical appearance[]

Personality[]

Relationships[]

Episode appearances[]

The L Word, season 1
Episode Appearance Status
"Pilot"Absent
"Let's Do It"Absent
"Longing"Absent
"Lies, Lies, Lies"Absent
"Lawfully"Absent
"Losing It"Absent
"L'Ennui"Absent
"Listen Up"Mentioned
"Luck, Next Time"Appears
"Liberally"Appears
"Looking Back"Mentioned
"Locked Up"Mentioned
"Limb from Limb"Appears
The L Word, season 2
Episode Appearance Status
"Life, Loss, Leaving"Mentioned
"Lap Dance"Absent
"Loneliest Number"Absent
"Lynch Pin"Absent
"Labyrinth"Absent
"Lagrimas de Oro"Absent
"Luminous"Absent
"Loyal"Absent
"Late, Later, Latent"Absent
"Land Ahoy"Absent
"Loud & Proud"Absent
"L'Chaim"Absent
"Lacuna"Absent
The L Word, season 3
Episode Appearance Status
"Labia Majora"Absent
"Lost Weekend"Absent
"Lobsters"Absent
"Light My Fire"Absent
"Lifeline"Appears
"Lifesize"Mentioned
"Lone Star"Absent
"Latecomer"Mentioned
"Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way"Absent
"Losing the Light"Mentioned
"Last Dance"Absent
"Left Hand of the Goddess"Absent
The L Word, season 4
Episode Appearance Status
"Legend in the Making"Appears
"Livin' La Vida Loca"Absent
"Lassoed"Mentioned
"Layup"Absent
"Lez Girls"Absent
"Luck Be a Lady"Absent
"Lesson Number One"Absent
"Lexington and Concord"Absent
"Lacy Lilting Lyrics"Absent
"Little Boy Blue"Absent
"Literary License to Kill"Absent
"Long Time Coming"Absent
The L Word, season 6
Episode Appearance Status
"Long Night's Journey Into Day"Absent
"Least Likely"Absent
"LMFAO"Absent
"Leaving Los Angeles"Mentioned
"Litmus Test"Absent
"Lactose Intolerant"Absent
"Last Couple Standing"Absent
"Last Word"Absent
Generation Q, season 2
Episode Appearance Status
"Late to the Party"Absent
"Lean on Me"Absent
"Luck Be a Lady"Absent
"Lake House"Absent
"Lobsters, Too"Appears
"Love Shack"Mentioned
"Light"Absent
"Launch Party"Absent
"Last Dance"Absent
"Last Call"Absent

Quotes[]

Quotes by or about Cherie from The L Word and Generation Q.

Shane (to Cherie): "You know, my entire life, people have said that I would become a psychopath if I didn't learn how to feel. But I wanna know, Cherie, what the fuck is so great about feeling? Because I finally let myself. And I feel like my heart's been completely ripped out."
-- in "Limb from Limb"

Shane (to Cherie): "I had this insane idea that you and I could be together."
-- in "Limb from Limb"

Cherie (to Shane): "What if I did? What difference would it make? What if in the time that we spent together, I felt more alive than I have in the last 20 years of my life? What if that were true? Do you think that I would leave my husband? My child? My houses in Bel Air and East Hampton, my trips to Paris, my black-tie galas? To run to some rank little love nest, with a 25-year-old assistant hairdresser who barely has her foot in the door? In this fucking ugly world, that kind of love does not exist."
-- in "Limb from Limb"

Gallery[]

The L Word[]

Generation Q[]

Gifs[]

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Generation Q, 2x05: "Lobsters, Too".
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