Love Gurus Give 'GAA' Audience Relationship Advice

Paul Carrick Bunson and Suzanne K. Oshima share wisdom with the studio audience.
3:00 | 08/29/12

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america," we like to pretend we're game show hosts. It's not a baton, though, you have to hold it right down there. Sorry. Thank you, josh. We're back in two and two. We like to talk about love and try to give you all advice on relationships. Yes, especially other people's relationships. So, we thought let's have our audience seek love advice from well, two experts. Paul from own tv's "lovetown usa" and suzanne, a new york city-based match mak. Welcome. here's how it's going to work. Audience members will come here to the podium asking question, suzanne and paul have 20 seconds to answer. Then the audience votes whose advice is best and the audience votes. Purple for paul and pefrpg for zhu d suza everybody wins. Weir looking for michelle. Michelle, come on up. Michelle, what do you want to ask the love gods? I want to ask them what do do you with aging helped who are getting bald and gaining weight and always checking out younger women thinking they have a chance with them. It's like their brains didn't catch up with their age. Wow. 20 seconds on the clock. Wow. Really, michelle? Okay. Who is going first. Paul. All right. Look. Here's the deal. Here's the deal. My uncle always said. If you look once, it's okay. Looking is living. Looking is living. Lady, raise your hand if you have not looked at a guy before. Oh, geez. See? Looking is living. Looking is living. Okay. Thank you. Suzanne. So, my best advice is, don't worry -- again, he's looking, that's fine. If he's doing other thing, that's an issue. But, you know, keep your relationship alive and keep it alive in the bedroom. Wow. All right. She needed roughly 3.5 seconds to get that done. Let's vote. Let's vote, who did it better? Oh, wow. We're even. I think that's a tie. Look back there. That's a lot of pink. It's a tie. Azal tov. Thank you very much. What's your question? Well, it kind of has something to do with what suzanne just said in keeping things alive in the bedroom. With so many people reading "fifty shades of grey" I think it put a lot of pressure on couples out there to kind of live up to -- to know how to do acrobatics. Yes. So what do you say, how do normal couple reece act to this book and the sensation that it's caused? Wow. Suzanne, can we get 20 second on the clock, please? Sure. Again, it comes back to deepg alive in the bedroom. You know, it's one of those things where you want to maybe act out a scene from maybe the book, and surprise your husband. You always want to keep it alive in the bedroom. I'm not sure. Okay. Wait, you get more time. Let her have one more sentence. You want to be adventurous, try something new. Maybe not to that extent, something new in the bedroom. Paul. Being adventurous in the bedroom. My wife made me read it. It's soft porn. I can't do any of that. I'm not that talented. A good relationship is about communication and problem-solving. If you need that to allow you to communicate, I love it. I love it. Show paddles. Yeah. Wow, wow. We have our first unanimous, purple. Okay, do we have time for one more? All right. Please. Karen, please. Whoo! go for it, karen. T is said that 50% of women fake it and that 100% of men don't give a damn. Is that true? Yes! Yes, period. Paul -- I have to agree. It's very true. So I think we're both in agreement. Can I ask a question to the male love guru. Men don't care if women fake it? No. Josh? Who are we kidding? It's all the same, right?

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