Like any strong relationship, the bond between two television anchors can always do with a little spark.
But for The Morning Show hosts Kylie Gillies and Larry Emdur, it is not as easy as picking up a bunch of flowers or a box of chocolates on the way home from work.
Five years into their on-air union, the popular pair are "spicing things up" with a live broadcast from Perth at the end of the week.
"Larry and I are always looking for ways to mix things up," Gillies said by phone from Sydney. "So far people have been really happy with what we do but we are always evolving, always changing and always keeping things fresh.
"We are in a TV marriage, I guess, and it's just like any marriage - you have to keep having date nights and in TV terms that means doing stuff that's new and interesting or out of the box."
On Thursday and Friday, the bubbly pair will film live broadcasts of their show from the newly refurbished Crown Perth.
Gillies and Emdur familiarised themselves with the location last month when they flew to WA to celebrate the venue's official name change.
But the visit was so quick it left them feeling like they had unfinished business in Perth.
This time around, the co-hosts will have a few days to explore, shop, eat, drink and chat to locals as they gather footage showcasing the best of WA.
While Emdur hopes to hire a Harley and drive up and down the coast checking out the scenery, Gillies is looking forward to hitting the shops and indulging in some home-grown clothing and jewellery.
They will also be joined by The Morning Show's popular resident psychic Mitchell Coombes and they have promised a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the new video clip from popular Perth singer Johnny Ruffo.
"We are coming in all guns blazing," Emdur explained. "We will get to see lots of Perth and certainly the show will be Perth-centric.
"We are hoping to show the rest of Australia what a great place it is and show all of the great things there are to do there."
One minor logistical detail Gillies and Emdur are no doubt trying to push from their minds is the early start that comes with filming a live national morning show from a State without daylight saving.
A 3am wake-up, in addition to the extra risk associated with filming outside the comfort of their studio, might appear a daunting prospect.
But the happy-go-lucky hosts are taking it in their stride.
"I think some of our most fun moments on the show have been when things don't go to plan so it is almost better when that happens," Gillies says.
"That's the nature of live TV. Anything can happen at any time and when you are out of your comfort zone and out of the studio, then multiply that by 6000 per cent. I have faith in our professional crew but, look, if something goes wrong, that's kind of cool too."
While this will be the first time The Morning Show co-hosts have filmed a live broadcast from Perth, they are by no means strangers to WA.
Throughout their television careers both have made the annual pilgrimage to Perth for the Telethon weekend several times.
Their involvement with Telethon inevitably led to calls for Gillies and Emdur to bring The Morning Show to Perth, where they were promised a roaring reception from their WA fan base. "I've lost count of how many Telethons I have been to but there have been a lot of hangovers, I can tell you that," Emdur laughed.
"The Perth hospitality is like nowhere else in the world, I reckon. We love it there.
"Every time Kylie and I go to Perth for Telethon people ask when we are bringing the show there and we are thrilled all of the bits have fallen into place this time."
The Morning Show airs weekdays at 9am on Seven/GWN7 with the show broadcasting from Perth this Thursday and Friday.