Most folks say to turn off the television if you want to spice up your love life, but every Sunday night on the Oxygen network, there's a show with talk — and, believe it or not, demonstrations — to help you improve your sex life. Most people may not imagine talking to their own grandmothers about sex, but "Sexy" Sue Johanson says her senior status is an advantage in giving sex tips to her viewers. Johanson may not be your stereotypical sex goddess, but for the past seven years, millions of Canadians have turned to this grandmother of two on "The Sunday Night Sex Show" to hear her answers to all types of questions. And, with the recent launch of her new show on Oxygen, "Talk Sex," Americans can finally get in on the action. Delighted, but shocked," she says.
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A witty and irreverent look at the collision of two dangerous subjects - live television and sex. On the television screen, the sixty - something host leans forward with the concern of an attentive great aunt, listening intently. Pickle it?! Viewers chuckle at the gag, and then settle back to listen to the country's best - loved sexual educator give a well - informed, honest answer to an honest question. For six seasons, Sue Johanson has been ruining people's Mondays by making them stay up late Sunday night. Sex sells, but it's really not the topic that keeps viewers tuning in. It's Sue.
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With typical bluntness Sue Johanson tells older men and women to get over body image: the ''turkey neck,'' the ''wear and tear,'' the hormonal deficiencies. But in her cheerful, no-nonsense style she adds that there are creams, patches and pills to help them, and if all else fails, that they can always kiss and cuddle. Johanson, who won't reveal her age but looks like a something grandmother who knits and makes sourdough biscuits she does both , is having a lot of fun herself just talking about sex.
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