Wednesday's talker is about what more and more couples aren't doing in bed – sharing.
The National Sleep Foundation said that one out of four American couples sleeps in separate beds.
It's like back to the fifties.
Couples give a lot of reasons for the sleeping separately - snoring, blanket-hogging and not enough room.
And it's a growing trend.
Researchers suspect the 25 percent number is actually low because some couples don't want to admit to the separate sleeping arrangements.
And the Association of Home Builders said the latest thing is houses with two separate master bedrooms.
The association predicts more than half of new homes could have his and her bedrooms in the next decade.