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Kristen Bell Apologizes for Raunchy Sex Scenes Causing an Awkward Moment for Fan

Anyone else binge The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window over the weekend? Kristen Bell’s delightfully satirical murder mystery dropped on Netflix and was basically a PG-13 experience until all of a sudden viewers were greeted with a super ~passionate~ sex scene that featured Kristen and [SPOILER] doing it literally all over her house. Like on the stairs, in the pantry, on the counter, in the shower. Basically, if there was an available surface, they had sex on it.

Anyway, a viewer named Eric watched this scene with his mom and girlfriend and tweeted “Just watched kristen bell get absolutely RAILED with my girlfriend and my mom in the same room…” And apparently Kristen is out here trolling through The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window Twitter because she responded with “Hahahahaha sorry dude” to which Eric replied “You need to apologize to my mom right now.”

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Soooo, suddenly in the mood to cancel your plans (work) and watch this show? Cool, here’s a basic plot summary to get you started: Kristen plays a woman in a house across the street from a girl in a window, and said girl in the window is murdered. Except that genre tropes obviously require Kristen’s character be an unreliable narrator who’s struggling with alcoholism, and naturally no one believes her and she barely believes herself. But that doesn’t stop her from solving this mystery with tons of hijinks (and some hot sex) along the way.

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