There are outside factors keeping them apart.“I think that Root is longing for that and the question for Shaw is, how damaged will she be when she comes back? “How much will she even remember Root and where they were? When Shaw returns to the show, it’s a fight for her just to come out and stay alive.What we have to do is, we have to be honest with the audience but we have to take heed of where the story is in terms of the stakes.
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.I love women.” showrunner and executive producer Greg Plageman was able to give us even more intel on what Shaw’s return will mean for Root and the show.“It means everything,” Greg said. Amy and Sarah are very complementary in ways a lot of people really responded to.Shaw’s character has two personality syndrome; Amy Acker has her own issues on her show—former assassin turned hacker.