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Meanwhile, Dana receives devastating news that she has cancer which calls for surgery.
Also, Shane's ex-lover, Cherie Peroni Jaffe, now divorced and out-of-the-closet, drops by WAX to see her to talk about her new life which causes instant anger and jealousy in Carmen over their past and the way Cherie treated Shane.Court's understandably so, are reluctant to uphold a lis pendens unless there is a real property claim and the claim has merits.So if you're property is tied up by a lis pendens, or you're looking at filing and recording a lis pendens in conjunction with a complaint, look carefully at when and why this is allowed.As Tina finds herself attracted to men once again by going onto Internet sex chat rooms, Bette explores Buddhism and also hears good news on the work front.Both Alice and Kit try out the Planet's Bisexual speed-dating hosted by Billie; Kit with Angelica's male nanny Angus, and Alice with a lesbian vampire named Uta.Some courts consider it in another respect, a notice.
I won't say "just a notice", because it's effect is greater than just notifying a would-be buyer or transferee that the property is the subject of litigation. And a tool only to be used when there is a sincere concern that possession or title to the property could be lost forever.
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It’s not as bad as it sounds: he’s not singing the Hello song. Also, um, I kinda like the fact that Helena seems to be liking this little scene.
Instead he’s singing Bowie’s “Changes,” and I love that song (and that singer), so I’m okay with it. But then suddenly the scene changes, to Dana in front of the mirror, covering and smushing one breast to see what she’s going to look like on the other side of surgery. And just like that, we’re back to The Planet, where Alice and Lara are having an awkward moment (surprise).
) — Tina talking about money, and generally grousing. Second, when I meditate, I either mute my laptop or am on a laptop-free floor of the house. But that wouldn’t facilitate any plot points, so let’s trundle forth: the ping is not for Bette. That’s my only complaint about Alan Cumming’s stint on this show.