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All it takes is treating two women with scorching on-screen chemistry the same way you'd treat an opposite-sex pairing with that same rare and. But we also evaluate what other people in relationships with that character say. So let's look at Shaw, the most isolated character in the PoI cast. I better see Shaw and Root and Bear in that bar in Cuba, frowning over drinks with I think part of the problem here is that Person of Interest made the same. In the "Person of Interest" Season 5 episode "," Shaw returns from captivity — and consummates her relationship with Root. RELATEDFor Person of Interest's LGBT Root and Shaw, 'A Lot of Milestones' in Season 5 .. My issue with the sex scene lay more with it not being canon to the show than.
Shaw tells Reese that "it does sound kinda fun," and joins Root on the motorcycle with a smirk. The two are next seen in a bar in Miami, having taken out several relevant threats, drinking cocktails and talking about work. Root abruptly has to leave for a threat in St.
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Louis and Shaw says that she "knows a steak joint that serves a filet that's better than sex," and seems disappointed when Root tells her she's needed in Washington. Shaw's concern that Root is going to get herself killed is enough for her to leave Reese and Hersh during their attempt to rescue Finch, and she rides a bicycle from Manhattan to New Jersey to help Root, killing a Decima guard who was threatening Root as soon as she arrives.
The two manage to install seven servers in the Samaritan server farm before being forced to flee, and as Samaritan comes online and the team has to adopt new cover identities, Root and Shaw share a long look on the sidewalk before turning and walking away from each other. Root appears at the mall and gives Shaw a third job as an ordinary criminal, acting as the getaway driver for a gang of thieves. If the worst comes to pass, if you could give Shaw a message?
I think she already knows. When Shaw uses her criminal cover identity to get close to a number and meets him under the guise of a date, Root is demonstrably jealous and teases Shaw about their time in the CIA safe house over the communication link and makes references to bondage. The threat associated with the number comes from vials of Marburg virus, and as the number assists Shaw with their retrieval he asks Shaw to come with him to Barcelona.
Shaw appears at Root's side at the end of the episode and tells her she was tempted to go with him, but that "there are things I care about here. The two walk off and share a smile. Root learns about the attempt on Shaw's life and drives up on her motorcycle as soon as Shaw escapes the store.
Root is adamant that Shaw get to safety, telling her that people care about her, but Shaw is determined to help Reese, who is tangled up with Elias and the Brotherhood. Root seemingly agrees and manhandles Shaw out of frustration, but leads Shaw to an abandoned bingo hall and sedates her with a syringe in the neck. The episode depicts different simulations run by the Machine regarding possible outcomes for different methods of Root, Finch, Reese, and Fusco handling the threat at the New York Stock Exchange, while Shaw is stuck on a subway car with a suicide bomber.
The second simulation shows Root knowing she is about to die, and calling Shaw for one last conversation: Skip the verbal foreplay, Root, why're you calling? Can't a couple of gals take a little break from work to catch up?
I've been arrested and you're fighting an AI apocalypse so no, we don't have time to catch up. There's no need to be rude.
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I am not having this conversation right now. There's no time like the present, Sameen. Why are you so afraid to talk about your feelings? I'm a sociopath, I don't have feelings. And I'm a reformed killer for hire.
We're perfect for each other.
Sarah Shahi on Shaw’s return and that sexy Shoot scene on “Person of Interest”
You're gonna figure that out someday. If you and I were the last two people on the face of this planet- Root: An increasingly plausible scenario, given Samaritan's plans. Maybe someday, when Samaritan wipes everyone out You're saying maybe someday? Yeah, sure Root, maybe someday. Is that good enough for you? That's good enough for me. The third simulation features the Machine running a simplified simulation, in which the dialogue is broken down into descriptions of character-typical interactions: Transparent rationale for conversation.
Annoyed attempt to deflect subtext. Mildly embarrassed defensiveness, bordering on hostility. The Machine ultimately selects an option which was shown as having a less than two percent chance of success, as time ran out before the simulation could be finished.
The four team members in the Stock Exchange become cornered by Samaritan operatives after successfully averting the financial crisis, with Reese having been shot in the back and Root having been grazed.
Root calls Shaw and appears to begin her final conversation with Shaw from the second simulation, but Shaw appears, having gotten explosives from the subway bomber, and the team's chances of survival skyrockets as shown on one of the Machine's graphical overlays.
She and Root give the others cover fire as they make their way to the elevator, and Root pressed up against Shaw's back as they move brings up the topic of their relationship again: We're so good at this together.
You're gonna realize that someday. You're hot, you're good with a gun. Those are two qualities I greatly admire. But you and me together would be like a four alarm fire in an oil refinery.
The team gets to their escape elevator, but the controls fail to work. Shaw spots an override button across the hallway and says that someone needs to get to the button. Root tries to prevent Shaw from leaving, but Shaw shrugs out of Root's grip. Upon turning around and looking at Root, Shaw sighs, shakes her head, and pulls Root in for a kiss before shoving her backward, leaving the elevator, and locking the freight door behind her.
Shaw engages the button and gets shot twice in the abdomen, and Root looks on in horror, screaming and crying as the doors close and the last thing she sees is Martine aiming a gun at Shaw's head. The two are nearly killed in the search, and the woman they are tracking turns out not to be Shaw. Reese and Finch resign themselves to giving up the search for Shaw, but Root tearfully begs the Machine for an answer about whether Shaw is alive or dead.
The Machine calls her to tell her to stop, and Root goes off on her own. The audience learns that Shaw is still alive at the end of episode 13, but the rest of the team remains ignorant. After a lengthy time on her own, she rejoins Finch and Reese, at one point nearly choking Martine to death when they run into her on a mission . It does seem like more of an emotional connection than anything else. She loves teasing Shaw about it. In her heart of hearts. How was it to shoot?
It was different because the tone of this was supposed to be like two tigresses fighting for power. Love scenes are always awkward. It was nice to do it with Amy because she and I know each other so well.Person of Interest - Amy Acker about Root and Shaw's relationship
But love scenes are completely awkward, and this was awkward just for that reason. Did I pummel her nose when I went in hard? What can you tease happens when Shaw and Root actually see each other moving forward beyond this episode? We shot this over half a year ago so what do we see?
Shortly thereafter, she has a brief chat conversation with Finch through IRCacknowledging him as a worthy opponent, and adding she is looking forward to their next encounter.
She ends the conversation by calling Finch "Harold", indicating she knows who he is. As part of her plan, Root anonymously contacts HR and put a "hit" on herself, using the identity Caroline Turing, a meek psychotherapist.
Root also hires a known con man to pretend to be another patient who posed a threat to her safety. To get close to her, Reeseas John Rooneybecomes one of her patients, and begins observing her.
Reese, who is nearby, manages to get her to safety in a hotel, but the two are unknowingly being watched by the FBI. Under Donnelly 's supervision, the FBI stages a full-scale assault on the hotel in an attempt to catch Reese, while HR continues trying to get to both Turing and Reese. With the help of Carter and Finch, Turing is led to an underground tunnel system beneath the hotel. Reese instructs her to find Finch at the end of the tunnel, while he holds off HR.
As Finch is confronted by Alicia Corwin regarding his involvement with the Machine, Root arrives and kills Corwin with a gun shot to the head. She introduces herself to Finch as Root. Finch drives away at gun point, with Corwin's body left behind.
She lures him there, where she overpowers him, then questions him about the location of the Machine. He refuses to tell at first but he told her it was put on a train bound to Salt Lake City, she then kills him by shooting him in the chest. What she doesn't know was that Reese has already tracked her down using her history with Hanna. Later that day, Root calls Reese to thank him for solving the mystery of Hanna's disappearance and tells him that she will be in touch.