Alana expresses interest in Will Graham in the first season, enters a relationship with Hannibal Lecter in the second season, and ultimately marries and has a child with Margot Verger.
Bryan Fuller has repeatedly referred to her as bisexual.
Some tropes, such as the Unreliable Narrator, ensure that the audience is never quite as well informed of the truth as the characters are (or, at least, one particular character).
Dramatic Irony, or Suspense as it is also known, turns that on its head, letting the audience see the whole picture when The Protagonist, or even the entire cast, is kept largely in the dark.
In season 4 episode "Hysterical Blindness", she's kissed by her roommate Gretchen Berg.
Although she later spurned Gretchen's interest in her, in "Pass/Fail" she apologizes for having done so and admits that she wants, and is ready, to be with her. The series was cancelled and their relationship was not further developed.
Gretchen Berg is a college student of Arlington University who becomes Claire Bennet's roommate and befriends her.
In season 4 episode "Hysterical Blindness", she is revealed to be bisexual when she confesses to Claire that she has a crush on her, and kisses her.
In a long-term relationship with Marshall Eriksen, but also expresses attraction to women on multiple occasions, especially about her friend Robin Scherbatsky, and says that one of her life goals before marrying Marshall was to have a "lesbian relationship."Clara Oswald mentions her romance with the celebrated author, stating that Jane Austen 'is a phenomenal kisser'.
He's had romantic relationships with women before, with the vampire Camille Belcourt being the one that stings the most.
In the first episode concerning the matter he flatly stated he was "not gay" and did not formally declare himself to be bisexual until Season 7, but even then he did not want to be deemed "a crusader".
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For the first half of the season, Emaline dates Oliver, a male classmate.