What were they smoking? Showtime poured on the raunch in a recent episode of " Weeds " with a sex scene that would not be out of place in a porn movie. In "Gentle Puppies," star Mary-Louise Parker and " Saved by the Bell " alum Mark-Paul Gosselaar engage in a highly x-rated sexual encounter against a bar, complete with biting, slapping and several shots of naked erogenous zones. Zack Morris ' alter ego plays a bar tender who gets angry when Parker's suburban pot-smelling mom lights up in his watering hole. To show her whose boss, he kicks out his other patron, locks the door and pulls her hair, butting out her cigarette. Parker recently admitted that she doesn't mind the show's graphic sex scenes as long as Showtime doesn't resort to "crass and crude" tricks just for laughs. To me, she's not that.
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Plus, the Weeds star adds, "I look okay for 44". Mary-Louise Parker has always been fine with the sex scenes in her role as Nancy Botwin, a marijuana-selling suburban mom in the Showtime series Weeds , but she thinks that a recent nude scene of her in the bathtub took things a little too far. I was goaded into it. Despite being bitter over the nude scene, Parker still very much enjoys playing her character on the show. If you have opted in for our browser push notifications, and you would like to opt-out, please refer to the following instructions depending on your device and browser. For turning notifications on or off on Google Chrome and Android click here , for Firefox click here , for Safari click here and for Microsoft's Edge click here. FB Twitter ellipsis More. Image zoom. Close Share options. All rights reserved.
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