Lisa Rinna stopped by HuffPost Live Tuesday and opened up about her 16-year marriage to actor Harry Hamlin.

The actress revealed that while it was difficult to watch her husband act as a pedophile on a recent episode of "Shameless," it didn't interfere with the couple's sex life.

"We're kinky as hell in bed," Rinna told HuffPost live host Alicia Menendez.

Watch the video above for more on Rinna and Hamlin's relationship, then click here to watch the full segment on HuffPost Live.

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Correction: A previous version of this article incorrectly identified the TV show in which Hamlin played a pedophile as "Men Men." The correct show is "Shameless."

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