To say Aaron Rodgers is having an excellent NFL season is an understatement.

The Green Bay Packers quarterback is at the top of his game, and as Andy Cohen told Olivia Munn on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live Thursday, "Many people say he's playing so well because of you, his girlfriend." During a round of "Plead the Fifth," he asked the actress, "Do you have sex on game days?"

"That's a good one," fellow guest Padma Lakshmi noted.

"It is a good one," the 34-year-old Newsroom star said in agreement. "Well, I will say that all the good luck charms are on the field and in the stands, so it has nothing to do with me. And, uh, no we don't. Not on game day. There's not a rule, but it just doesn't happen because there's other things to focus on."

"If he plays well, do you have sex after the game?" Cohen prodded.

"Depends on how late the game is," Munn replied.

Rules be damned, the Top Chef host asked a follow-up question. "Can you have sex the night before? Is that game day?" Lakshmi wondered. Munn laughed, explaining, "There's no rules, by the way. It's just doesn't happen usually because there's a lot to do. But usually yes. I try to have sex as much as I can."

"I don't have sex before restaurant wars," Lakshmi joked, referring to Top Chef's recurring challenge.

For her second official question, Cohen asked Munn to "name one celebrity we would be surprised to learn that you hooked up with." Without missing a beat, she said, "Plead the fifth. Quick on that one."

Instead of digging deeper into his guest's personal life, for his third and final question, Cohen decided to ask Munn about an alleged blowup with a colleague. "There are rumors that you and [Newsroom creator] Aaron Sorkin are loggerheads [and] don't get along. Clear the air," he said. "Tell me the truth."

"Aaron actually cleared the air for me and he put out a statement saying that it was completely not true at all. What I think happened is there was a story about somebody else on the show, and somehow it got translated that it was me," said the actress, who wasn't allowed to plead the fifth more than once. "But when it got out there, Aaron was very quick and came to my defense and said it wasn't true at all."

"He's like a big brother to me," she added.

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