That was my second-to-last day.”When “Person of Interest” airs its next episode on Jan.
13, audiences will see how Root responds to Shaw’s Samaritan murder/capture.
I just had the twins not too long ago and we wanted to find some kind of way for me to come back and make it work with my family because it’s just so much harder.
I know nothing about what I’m doing, what my role is going to be.
I’m assuming I’m still Shaw.”I asked Sarah if she was thrilled about the pair’s relationship and she responded with a spirited, “Fuck yeah, man!
The lesbian theme is a very recurring theme in my career and I love it.
Kathy Belge: How did you feel about what happened to your character at the end of season three? I feel like it was unpredictable which as an actress I enjoy playing things that other people don’t foresee. But it’s always interesting when things don’t work out the way you want them to.
Also Ilene (Chaiken) and I discussed it, so it wasn’t a big surprise to me.
For her part, Shahi originally thought the kiss was simply fan service. Let’s get some girl-on-girl, let’s get a little bit of tongue, let’s make it happen,” she says.
She eventually came around to the idea, however: “I feel like it happened for a few different reasons.”Beyond being a payoff for fans who liked the pairing of Root and Shaw, Shahi did think the kiss was “earned.” “There’s been a flirtation for so long that I felt the fans had finally earned a moment like that,” she says. She wanted to go push the override button, and Root didn’t want her to go.
Sarah Shahi was the guest of honor at Wolfe Video Party in Boston to Celebrate the 2006 NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four.