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Lately, we've also been drawn to watching the longtime marrieds (Coach and Tami Taylor 4-ever!
What a relief, then, that there are also a handful of couples on our favorite TV shows that demonstrate what healthy, uncursed relationships look like.
Others saw their longtime friendships blossom into something more (and okay, maybe Lorelai and Luke took too long to realize as much).
We get a kick out of the will-they-or-won't-they teases of a good on-screen friendship tinged with sexual attraction.
Though, Thiessen says the transition from actress to host isn’t always easy.
Plus, she gave some insight into herwould be so successful? Dancing was a big part of my life, and even though she wasn't a dancer, she was a cheerleader…She's very close to her family, and I can say that's a similarity." 5.
Chalk that up to the tricky nature of the show, though, which forces Thiessen to prepare, and explain, a meal, while keeping her varied guests occupied. “You’re watching late-night without being on a couch,” she says of the format. My friends used to joke, ‘Let’s have dinner at Tiffani’s.’ And I thought that could actually be a pretty great idea for a show.
“I think sometimes when you’re seeing celebrities in a very organic way, eating food . So, when I was shooting my show in New York City, I went into Food Network and Cooking Channel and I pitched them the idea, and Cooking Channel loved it.
Here, I’m playing me, and I better be darn charming or else people aren’t going to watch. It’s pretty natural.” Organic is a word that Thiessen, a cook for the modern age, likes to use.
There’s pressure to make sure that I am engaging and I am fun and all that.” She largely succeeds, even if sometimes the merriment between old co-stars or Hollywood acquaintances can seem a strained. On the origins of her show: “[It] came about pretty organically.