Mary-Louise Parker bites and claws her way through a barroom sex scene on “Weeds,” which debuted Oct. 11. The scene unfolds when Parker’s character hooks up with a local bartender after she parks her Winnebago. He spanks, she bites! Hot
“That was kind of my idea because I felt like sex scenes can be incredibly rote,” Parker said while promoting the movie Red.
“Generally there’s more going on with two people when they’re having sex than just them groaning and grunting. I feel like it’s a chance to really say something about someone.
“There’s something about her that’s very immature and there’s something about her that, really, she needs something punitive,” Parker explained to movie web site screen junkies.
“She needs a little bit of abuse, and I think part of that is her inner guilt and part of that is her true helplessness.
“Part of that is there’s something kinky about her, and I wanted it to be like that and I wanted it to go as far as it could because I felt like she was depleted at that point and she really needed something and needed to feel something.”
Parker says she could have gone farther with the scene.
“I wanted it to go even farther than that but that was quite far and after we did one of the takes, [the actor] was like, ‘Um, I’m bleeding.’ I was like, ‘I don’t know why or how.’ He said, ‘I don’t either’ but he was awesome.”
The latest episode of the dark comedy series, entitled “Gentle Puppies” opens with Nancy allow Andy to drive and he takes them to an “off the grid” small town called Pioneer Town.
The town is a former western movie set, and the bar owner turns out to be married.