Ted Danson Explaining How Deeply He Loves Mary Steenburgen Makes Me Wanna Die in a Good Way

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Here’s a remarkable paragraph about some remarkable human beings penned by (I assume) a remarkable writer:

“I’m madly in love with Mary Steenburgen. She’s a remarkable human being so I’m just incredibly blessed,” the Cheers alum, 69, exclusively told Us Weekly while attending Don Henley’s annual private concert in L.A. on Monday, July 17. “It feels like heaven on Earth. If I were to die, I can say, I know what it’s like to be loved and to love.”


It feels like heaven on earth, loving Mary Steenburgen. Amazing, that’s how I feel reading Ted Danson’s description of his love for Mary Steenburgen; like a sweet breeze off a salty sea is enveloping me at dusk, like warm sun is beating down on my skin that has been properly covered in SPF, like I’m tasting a perfectly salty oyster slip down the ol’ esophagus.

Before I slip into peril, there’s more though:

The Three Men and a Little Lady star says that the couple are “always doing something,” but mainly they love to take “major naps” together during their downtime.

“I’m following her around, she writes music, she goes to Nashville,” he added. “I’m about to stop actually shooting [The Good Place]. We’re through for the season in a week. So now I get to follow her and go wherever she goes.”

Now I get to follow her around and go wherever she goes.





You’re killing me.

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