"I don't let that affect my personal relationships," Suvari explained."I'm very Aquarius that way." PHOTOS: Hollywood's ugliest divorces This is Suvari's second divorce; she split with cinematographer Robert Brinkmann in 2005 after five years of marriage. PHOTOS: Hollywood's shortest marriages "It's taken years to get to know myself.Looking to break free of their monthly diet of "flavorless lube and a six-pack of condoms" for something a little more risque, Suvari's character has a list of suggestions for the couple.films’ virtuoso combination of sentimentality and raunch, the series’ sweetest outlier has always been the one between Heather and Oz.Klein: That was the whole idea, that he is a host of a television show, and I hazard to guess that any of the great sports broadcasters out there have a TV persona, and then they come home and do what they do.And also, Oz, he is not 100% comfortable with celebrity -- they have this big house, and he doesn't need this big house. You know you see him right away questioning, "Why do we need an interior decorator?" But Oz has this reunion, he wants to go, and so he hasn’t lost himself in it; really, what I see Oz in Act One, is like he’s got the American bachelor dream on paper.This dude is put together and rock-solid and using all his talents that he has to make good.
Carmichael's always unlucky-in-love Edith also got a happy ending on the beloved show's sendoff.In an exclusive sneak peek, Murph and Emily (real-life married couple Emily Axford and Brian K.Murphy) visit an erotic toy shop to "spice up" their sex lives and need a little help from Suvari's store owner to find the right product to suit their needs.And then they said, "Oz goes back to the reunion and he sees Heather and the sparks are alive." And I said great -- I can't think of anything cooler.THR: How tough was it to dial back into that relationship? As a professional and as a friend, I love Mena Suvari and I think that she is one of the most talented actresses of our generation, and to play Oz and Heather, that chemistry and that magic that her and I found with those two characters in the beginning, that doesn't die.THR: How do you look at yourself between now and when you did the first American Pie movie? And of course I've changed, so the characters that I could play then, I can play different characters now.I did the teen heartthrob thing and that worked for a while, and then I got old and I searched to find my voice and where I fit in.It’s a needle in a haystack operation here in Hollywood, and so it's about staying present in the moment and consistently finding my voice – and also just going for it, you know.It might not work, or maybe nobody sees it, but I’m going to work hard and I’m going to have fun and have the best intentions to try and do something [memorable].That doesn't go anywhere -- and also you can't create it; it's either there or it's not there.We all have seen plenty of movies where [you look at] the chemistry of the actor and actress and you just think, "Nah, I’m not buying that.” But it worked for us and it worked for the audience, so when we got back to it in Atlanta last summer, it was there.