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Nat Faxon Talks About Married TV Show

Why Nat Faxon Didn't Want Judy Greer to Touch Him on Their New Comedy

What difference could five years make? According to Nat Faxon and Judy Greer, the stars of FX's new comedy Married, five years makes all the difference in the world. The show, which premiered last week, is about marriage, and while the two are both married in real life (to other people), they have very different views on how couples interact.

While promoting the show during the

This is sad, but something tells me it'll make for good comedy. Viewers, beware — there's a lot of, er, self-soothing in the pilot episode, which Faxon addressed. "When we first met, we both shared a love of masturbation, and it was important to get that out," he said about himself and Gurland. "I don't think I've ever done that on camera," Faxon said, before accusing Greer of making him do it for real in front of the camera. Intrigued? New episodes air Thursdays at 10 p.m. on FX.

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