Former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader Sarah Shahi lesbian kissing Katherine Moennig passionately and then having her pants pulled down revealing her panties and the top of her butt as she shows off her tattoo before going back to making out with Katherine again from The L Word. Sarah Shahi and Katherine Moennig being quickly intercut passionately lesbian kissing each other with a band filming a music video and then getting interrupted briefly before kissing some more from The L Word. Sarah Shahi wearing red panties and a white tanktop with no bra as she lesbian kisses Katherine Moennig and then sits her down on a bed where they begin to play a game where they can kiss each other but not touch each other from The L Word. Sarah Shahi of Alias fame showing some nice cleavage while wearing a black bra and then climbing on top of Mia Kirshner and running their hands over each other before they start slapping one another until finally Sarah lies down on top of Mia from The L Word. Sarah Shahi on the right sitting on a couch making out with Mia Kirshner on the left as a guy walks in and sits down by them from The L Word.
Sarah Shahi is strongly intuitive, full of ideas and capable of deep feelings. She experiences a contradiction between intuition and feelings and never knows what she can rely on. The main topic of Sarah Shahi's life is the care for the ones she loves. The private and personal stands in the foreground. She wants to serve with exceptional intuition.
You show a lot of skin in the first episode of the series--first when you're putting on clothes after a night of anonymous sex with some dude, and later when you make your cop partner help you strip off your shirt and shower. It's all for the ratings. The shower scene? There was a cocaine explosion, and when cocaine gets in your eyes, apparently--I don't know this from experience--it stings really badly and you just want to get it off you. Let's be honest: If it were real life, I probably would not take my clothes off, but it's network TV and we'd like to stay on the air, so I figured, Why not?
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