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“NCIS” Star Pauley Perrette Talks To Jeff Probst About Her Marriage-Equality Promise

Righteous Pauley Perrette from NCIS was the guest on today’s episode of The Jeff Probst Show, and the two kibbitzed about everything from her start in showbiz to her dedication to real-life crime-solving. (Perette has spent time working with America’s Most Wanted tracking fugitives.)

In one segment, Probst brought out Pauley’s strapping British fiance, ex-Marine Thomas Arklie, to have the pair talk about their relationship. As the actress tells Probst, she and Thomas are sticking to their vow not to wed “until marriage laws are for everybody.”

Aw, thanks Pauley—but we don’t want to keep you from enjoying what would undoubtedly be a rockin’ wedding night!


On:           Oct 5, 2012
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    • balehead


      Oct 5, 2012 at 4:56 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Mitchell

      I love her shes incredibly sweet just like her character on NCIS.

      Oct 5, 2012 at 8:32 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Mjl-428

      I love her, but she should go ahead and get married. Other couples have played the waiting game and we see how long they’ve lasted and this is still gonna be a long as hell battle, in the U.S. alone. hell, by doing a little research, we learn that interracial marriage wasn’t the immediate law of the land, and Alabama was last state give in 2000. and there’s still large cases of racism in various states. if it took that long for all of the states for to come to their senses on that, then we can’t expect marriage equality to be an overnight thing anywhere.

      So go on and Get married girl. just be sure to be standing with us, while we continue fighting, because what we need is your support, not your sacrifice

      Oct 5, 2012 at 11:29 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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