Suzanne Somers & Husband Keep It Hot!

Suzanne Somers & Husband Keep It Hot!

Suzanne Somers and husband Alan Hamel come to Access Hollywood Live and tell Billy Bush about their relationship and how they keep it hot. How did they meet and what is the key to their lasting relationship? Suzanne’s book “I’m Too Young For This!” is available now.

Baby. What a lucky man. Suzanne somers wishing her husband, Alan Hamel a happy birthday. They have been married for 37 years. And sick of it. And together 47. 47. Cohabiting. Let's go to the beginning for just a second. At 17, you -- I was married and pregnant and divorced at 18 and then 19, there's Alan Hamel. What were your thoughts, Alan? A young woman with child and here you go. Well, I met her in the studio. Oifs doing a show for ABC. She was walking towards me down the hall. First thought? First thought was I have to say something to this girl and I'm not very good with come on lines. No kidding. So she was right here and I said would you mind getting me a cup of coffee? That was my big come on line. Yeah. Yeah, well, it was something. He had to set the tone. Now, do this day, who is getting who the coffee? Oh, it's so great. You know why our marriage works? Every morning, when -- after things, he gets up and -- That's where people scratch their heads. I have to stop you. Every morning after things -- Not this morning. No. Well, sort of. Sort of. You said to come here and that's why you're not so happy with me. And I said if I don't get up now, we'll be late. She always stutters when she's nervous about talking about sex. But he's pavlovian. He goes to the upstairs coffee machine. He makes the greatest coffee. Oh, my god. He used to work at a diner. He just turns it on, right? No. What is it? Correct water. And organic coffee, Manhattan mud. It's awesome. Awesome. Milk? No milk. No. And then -- Sounds sexy. Yeah. Then we drink coffee. That's our morning. And -- And things progress. And then we have these two cats that stare at us all the time. Wondering, oh, they're going to do it again. Especially if we're doing it. If you happen to look up, there are these two beings going -- I said, what are you looking at? And can you believe? These two are crazy. Steady and Gloria. That's what we call the two cats. Wrote in your latest book about Allen to Allen who hung in there so we could live happily ever after. What does that mean? There were three years where I was not fun. And that was the -- that's why I write about hormones. I'm not going to talk about hormones today, don't worry. But I didn't sleep and I was sweating all the time and I was in a bad mood all the time. He one day said to me, you know, a marriage can only take so much of this. That's when I realized, oh, my gosh, I was to get this thing together. So he hung in there. You happen, he didn't -- I had nowhere else to go. But silently, it seems like you said you have to do something about this and that pushed you to go forward. He didn't say it. I found it. And then -- and then not too long after I was all fixed up, I'm looking at him. He's asleep on the couch. I said, you know, Alan, you're getting like our old cat. You fall asleep around 10:00 in the morning and then -- and then in the afternoon you fall asleep again and then when I'm making dinner you fall asleep and after dinner you want to go to sleep. That was when he was running out of testosterone. So he went to my doctor and got all juiced up and now here we go we are. What's the Alan program? I inject testosterone once a week. I inject it. She injects testosterone once a week. Where, in the butt cheek? Yeah. And depending -- Bend over, Alan, it's Tuesday. You're right. It's Tuesday. Tuesday is testosterone day, you're right, yeah. Remember that on Tuesdays. Now, is that it? No, no, every morning I inject a human growth hormone. Dow? You do hgh. Yeah. Wow, you do this and everybody is saying, wow, baseball players. But they do a hundred or a thousand more times than I do. He takes exactly what his deficiencies are. You put back exactly what your deficiencies are. Testosterone, you're still making hdh. I am? Yeah. But you won't be in a few years. So as good as you feel right now, 35ish -- But it is like bull. Suzanne, Alan, sit tight. We're going to see how much how will you know each other. We've got a little something here, a little test. Suzanne and Alan come right back. You guys are unbelievable.