On Monday, "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed Republican political strategist Ed Gillespie to the program, for a candid and informative interview on the state of the American economy.
In response to a recent Obama campaign ad claiming improvement, Mitt Romney's Senior Adviser offered a counterpoint:
"They talked about incomes," started Gillespie. "The fact is that median incomes for American families have fallen by $4,300 since President Obama took office. Twenty-three million Americans are either out of work or underemployed."
Though the country's unemployment rate has gone down, Gillespie maintains the figures can be deceiving:
"For every job that was created last month, three people left the workforce," explained the man who once served as Counselor to the President under George W. Bush. "Housing values are falling and remain low. That's where most Americans feel their sense of wealth. So this administration and this president's policies have been a disappointment."
Later on the program, Piers Morgan also welcomed actress and author Suzanne Somers for a frank and engaging live discussion.
Having recently penned "Bombshell: Explosive Medical Secrets That Will Redefine Aging," the former "Three's Company" star revealed that both women and men are starting to lose their respective sex drives at an earlier age. However, Somers recently teamed with a doctor who has discovered a way to promote libido later in life:
"When she adds to the hormone cocktail Oxytocin ... women have better, stronger orgasms, and men have better, stronger erections," explained Somers.
A 65-year-old mother of one, the face – and legs – behind the infamous infomercials for Thighmaster further detailed her feelings on intimacy:
"A healthy person is a sexual person. If you're not healthy, you don't feel like having sex."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as Gillespie and Somers elaborate their respective views on finance and romance.