Olivia Munn lived up to her sex symbol image in a Bravo TV interview, telling Watch What Happens Live host Andy Cohen, "I try to have sex as much as I can," and giving frank responses to blunt questions about the intimate relations she currently enjoys with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Munn, 34, and Rodgers, 31, reportedly began a romantic relationship back in April, going public when they were spotted together at the 49th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, as the Newsroom star was coming off a relationship with Swedish actor Joel Kinnaman, star of the recent remake of RoboCop.
Munn has been called a "good luck charm" for Rodgers, who has led the Packers to the NFL's second-best record, while leading the league in quarterback passing rating in what even for Rodgers has been an exceptional season.
But Munn demurred, telling Cohen, "[A]ll the good luck charms are on the field and in the stands, so it has nothing to do with me."
But Cohen was less interested in Rodgers' gridiron performance than in a different kind of performance by the quarterback, one which normally would remain shared between Rodgers and Munn.
Specifically, Cohen asked if Munn and Rodgers had sex on the days that the Packers had scheduled games.
An age-old superstition among athletes says that they should not engage in sex on game days, for fear of sapping vital energy needed to play well in the game.
Munn said that while she and Rodgers have no "rule" against sexual relations on days that the Packers play, those days — mostly Sundays — are usually too busy for what Jenna Bush, interviewed on Cohen's show last week, called "hanky panky."
"No, we don't. Not on game day," Munn said in answer to Cohen's probing question. "There's not a rule, but it just doesn't happen because there's other things to focus on."
But Cohen was not done with his examination of Munn just yet, next asking, "If he plays well, do you have sex after the game?"
To which Munn responded, "Depends on how late the game is."
But the topic just would not drop — as fellow guest Padma Lakshimi got into the act.
"Can you have sex the night before? Is that game day?" the Top Chef host and award-winning cookbook author chimed in.
"There's no rules, by the way. It's just doesn't happen usually because there's a lot to do," Olivia Munn reiterated. "But usually yes. I try to have sex as much as I can."
View the Olivia Munn Watch What Happens Live interview in which she discussed her private life with Aaron Rodgers, above.