EXCLUSIVE: Colin Hanks & Zoe Lister-Jones Learn About Sex After Childbirth on CBS' 'Life in Pieces'
By Zach Seemayer
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A lot of things change when you welcome a baby, and some things are a little more awkward to talk about than others -- and yes, we're talking about having sex.
In ETonline's exclusive clip from the new CBS sitcom Life In Pieces, Greg (Colin Hanks) and his wife Jen (Zoe Lister-Jones) are told by Dr. Sally Hong (Susan Park) that they can resuming making love again, now that Jen has recovered from giving birth.
However, Dr. Hong cautions the excited couple that things may not be exactly the same as they remember.
"Just be aware that it might feel a little different than it did before," Dr. Hong explains. "Where as before, it may have felt like the closed handshake of a closed business deal, now it may feel more like the mandatory handshake of an 8-year-old at his parents' dinner party."
Not that this slows them down at all as they rush home and desperately beg their baby daughter to go to sleep so they can have some long-awaited alone time.