Billie From ‘Sex/Life’ Has Shared The Steamiest Sex Scenes Scripts & Dear Me, It’s A Lot
If you ever wondered how the hot-as-hell sex scenes in Netflix’s Sex/Life came to be, then look no further than the series’ scripts.
For those unfamiliar with the series, well firstly, where the hell have you been?! The eight-episode Netflix Original follows suburban housewife, Billie, who starts to fantasise about her past life living it up in the city with her bad boy boyfriend. While the show’s plot is questionable at best, there’s no denying the nonstop sex scenes make the show thoroughly addictive viewing.
The show’s Instagram page has just posted a few pages of the script, which were then reshared on Sarah Shahi’s (aka Billie) IG Stories, along with her own comments about four of the series’ most memorable scenes.
Beginning with Billie and Brad’s (Adam Demos) first sex scene in the pool, the script was truly…something!
The script reads: “As we rise above the water, FACES — BILLIE and BRAD going at it in the pool.” They sure were!
My personal fave part is the mention of “VOLUMPTUOUS EXHAUSTION” which doesn’t exactly make a lot of sense, but I’m here for this journey.
Next up, Sarah shared the show’s most infamous scene’s script — yep, the big and baffling dick shot — which sees Cooper (Mike Vogel) acting like a totally normal human being: following Brad into the shower so he can catch a glimpse of his sizeable schlong.
I’m actually screaming as the script reads: “Brad’s junk is impressive.” They’re not wrong.
Sarah then posted about Billie and Cooper recreating the sex scene Billie had with Brad, as Sarah added that during filming she was “muy frio” which is Spanish for very cold.
Things get extremely steamy as the script reads that Cooper “looks her in the eyes, and then GOES DOWN.”
Finally, Sarah shared the script from another especially raunchy scene, where Brad fingers Billie in an elevator.
Again, this script is A LOT.
Considering that Sex/Life is based on a book — 44 Chapters About 4 Men by B.B. Easton — it should be unsurprising that the script is written like a goddamn erotic novel. Hose us down, we are done.
You can stream Sex/Life on Netflix.