On the show, Sigler appeared numerous times practically naked in bed, and when she wasn't in bed having sex, or requesting more sex, she was talking about sex.In her first scene on the show, she gives Turtle's character a "hand job," and in a future episode, she tells his boys that yes, she and Turtle are "f*king." After those appearances, I thought Sigler was finished with her sexy TV roles for 2008--it is almost New Year's Eve, after all. This past weekend on SNL, Sigler played a sexy grocery store counter girl in a digital short starring castmember Andy Samberg.As a psychology major, she constantly tries to analyze Eric’s behavior, and she’s famous for playing games with him after they break up, like offering breakup sex or calling him when she hears he’s dating again.Take it from us firsthand, there are many perils for reporters assigned to cover the celebrity beat.While I didn’t love it, I didn’t particularly hate it, either.It’s okay, and hardly worth the effort it might take to make a fuss about it. However, the screening I attended was packed, so I expect it will put up big numbers this weekend (it’s tracking to earn - million in the opening weekend), enough to even get a sequel greenlit, which is to say that Entourage probably won’t be out of your life anytime soon.And her innate hotness causes Samberg to...er, do what the title of the skit suggests.(Watch the admittedly hilarious clip below.) So basically since The Sopranos wrapped up, Jamie-Lynn's been playing a one note caricature of a promiscuous girl on a bunch of male-centric shows.
Bonus points for self-deprecation, we suppose, but then again, not really.Is Jaime-Lynn committing career suicide, or are these new roles a whole lotta innocent fun? Chances are that you’ve watched it yourself, and that you have girlfriends who own some of the seasons on DVD, or who have that infamous poster in their dorm room, or who have SATC quotes on their Facebook pages."They're busy with their careers, and she in particular has a couple of movies out in 2010, and others in the works for 2011, so it's just tough," a source close to the couple tells People magazine.At the end of the last season of "Entourage," Jamie and Jerry's characters split up because of their hectic schedules -- and their real-life split is imitating art.reports that Jamie-Lynn Sigler is actually dating Jerry Ferrara for real. The 27-year-old actress met Ferrara on the set while she filmed her three-episode arc earlier this year.