After a fight with Alice, she disappeared off the show.
She briefly showed up again in season 2 episode 8, dating Lara Perkins and again in the season 6 premiere, when she hooked up with Papi and humiliated Alice by telling everyone about an old nickname.
 A relationship story arc is defined as explicit, developed on screen, and lasting more than 3 episodes.
A character is marked as "sweeps" when there is a very limited number of episodes that address their sexuality, all air during sweeps period, and the storyline is otherwise ignore/dropped.
With superheroes the designated principal movie protagonists of our era, it’s inevitable that variations should move beyond simply making the formula “darker,” spoofing it, or other safely superficial makeovers.
But he used to be a very big deal in his long run as Captain Truth, crusader against crime and corruption.
At age 42, however, his super-abilities went into inexplicable hibernation, and along with them his motivation.
Sure, the ’90s fashion is glaringly telling of its time, and there’s an unshakable datedness to the fact that the film’s protagonist, Cheryl (played by Dunye herself), works at a video rental store where she spends her days stocking and recommending VHS tapes—but the 1996 indie film, the first feature directed by a black lesbian filmmaker, never feels stale in relevancy. The film’s newly restored print premiered this Friday, November 11 at New York’s Metrograph, in the same calendar year the #Oscars So White controversy broke out and less than a month after the opening of Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight, a masterwork of queer black cinema, and a week after Jeff Nichols’ Loving, about an interracial couple.
A partly autobiographical effort, Dunye’s film has become part of both queer and POC canon.
Despite the concern expressed by Alice’s friends, they hooked up at the end of the episode.
The next episode had a happy Gabby and Alice in bed, but Gabby went back to hold habits and hooked up with a girl named Nadia.
At heart, it’s really a drama about a man going quietly middle-age crazy, but the audience which might relate most closely to that situation are likely to be less attracted by the comic-book conceit.
Bob (Josiah Polhemus) is a mild-mannered San Franciscan who now barely attracts a stray glance on the street.
"They're undecided on where to make their permanent base, but they're looking at homes in Los Angeles and San Francisco." Chapman was last romantically linked to The Color Purple author Alice Walker in the mid-1990s, while Turner was recently said to be dating The L Word's writer/director Rose Troche.