Are Michael, Sara or Keke swingers?

A story about how swinging helped actor Thomas Middleditch's relationship has the crew thinking.
2:47 | 09/19/19

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I saw this story, an article about Thomas middleditch. This is the guy you would recognize in the Verizon commercials. He's also in "Silicon valley." He was in an interview and talked about what saved his marriage with his wife was swinging. Wow. You mean like a back yard swing? Not the type you do from a tree. Or maybe you do, I don't know. But it kind of made me think about can swinging save a marriage. Yeah, so you're ahead of me here. She's like, no. I'm sitting here thinking, it was your birthday and this is what you're thinking about? I mean, dinner conversation. We also covered some other things that will come up later in the show, but this specific one I was thinking about and I know you can't answer for all marriages. For my marriage that would never be the way we go. I'm more of a couch and therapy girl than a third party with us girl. But, no, Dr. Ruth said it here on our show the best. She said whenever you mix people into your bedroom, there is the risk of -- quit looking at me like that. I'm going to look at keke. He's judgemental. What did I do? He's so judgemental. That's my face. I can see it in your eyes. She said there's always going to be someone getting jealous because someone could potentially please your partner in a way that creates jealousy and jealousy is a cancer unto yourself. So that is why I could never do it. Now that raises the question, Michael and keke, do you think swinging -- Don't look at me now. No, now I want to. I saw a really cool documentary about swinging before and it was very interesting to watch. Sometimes people go to parties. It's like a whole little event. They have dinners. I was like, this is very interesting, but I do feel like it couldn't be for me. I think it would show too much -- I would become jealous. The negative stuff. But I feel like the reality is you pick what's normal for What works for you. What works for you. Society will tell you it needs to be this, it needs to be that, but if that's what works for you and your marriage, god bless y'all and keep it up. Who am I to say -- What works for you. I'm like the lady in the front row. It wouldn't work for me because to me that is such an intimate act that invite somebody else in there, even if -- say -- I don't know, I just could not look at it would be -- I couldn't look at you the same way. I have a certain level of respect for my woman -- Ok. And if that happened I would look and go, that's not what I want in my woman. But if it works for you, it works for you. But I do have a question at the end of all of this though -- It's going to be something smart. No, it's not. What is max's birthday present going to be? And we're out. All right, everybody. You mean out, I almost ran.

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