Transcript for Extreme Cougar Wives: When Women Date Younger Men
What is it about cougars and cubs? We're not talking wildlife. We mean older women and younger men who date them. A new show "extreme cougar lives" explores women in relationships with men, young enough not to be just their sons but their grandsons. Abc's nick watt takes a look. Reporter: There were samantha's exploits on tv. Stiffler's mom on the big screen. Finch, are you trying to seduce me? Yes, ma'am, I am. Reporter: The modern-day mrs. Robinson. And most famously, demi, in real life. So, what's life like for everyday cougars and their cubs? Meet octavio. He's 28. Are you single? No, I'm not. I have a girlfriend. Reporter: And here she is, stephanie. Hi, honey. Hi, honey. Reporter: She's 65 years old. And she is octavio's girlfriend. That's right. His girlfriend. I'm a widow. And I was tired of being a widow. I was trying to date men in my own age range. I would say, okay. Let's go hiking up paseo miramar. I nearly killed one man. Reporter: She met him in the restaurant he works. They've been together ever since that night. I like a few wrinkles around the eyes. That's a beautiful thing. With a smile like that, he can pretty much have any woman he wants. I like older women. Reporter: You always liked older women? All my life. They carry themselves with a bit of confidence. I find that sexually appealing. Reporter: They are on "cougar lives." Meet jude, and kevin, who is 21. I met him through my daughter. They went to middle school together. Reporter: And now, they're married. It went pretty well. Until they had to kelkevin's parents. We kind of got married. Huh? So, she's your new mother. Reporter: This show is littered with perplexed stares and a little revulsion. I don't get it. A 28-year-old man going for a 65-year-old women, when there's women like us, who are beautiful. Reporter: Even octavio's friends don't really get it. I like stephanie as a person. I don't like her with octavio. This is someone my own age. Reporter: Does that hurt you a little bit? Does it hurt me? Sure. You know, I'm human. Reporter: Where does it go? Or who cares? Who cares? It goes to tomorrow. And then, if tomorrow's good, it goes to the next day. Reporter: And today, well, it's their one-year anniversary. Happy anniversary. Cheers. Cheers. Reporter: "Good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles.
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