I've heard some disturbing stories in my 28 years here on Earth, but this one might take the cake. While chatting with Us Weekly, Alan Thicke said he has sex to Robin Thicke's music. That's right, Alan and his wife, Tanya Callau, have sex to his son's music. Why? Just why? First, why do you need to announce that to the world? Second, why would you want to get it on with your wife, while your son is singing in the background?
(Update: On Thursday, Robin Thicke responded to his dad on Twitter and said, "Dad, I heard what you said to @usweekly... I need you to give back all of my music. Immediately. @Alan_Thicke.")
Not only did Alan describe sex with his wife to Robin's song "Sex Therapy" as getting "freaky to your son's voice" (ick), but Callau said, "When we do get freaky, we love 'Sex Therapy.'" She added, "You have to admit, [it's] a great song to get in the mood."
Do you think Robin's disturbed to know his father has sex to his music? Whatever the case, Alan definitely needs some new sex music. For example, maybe he should try Nick Jonas' music, which is great when getting laid — just ask him. He told Elle, "I do think about how many people have had sex to my music. And how many babies have been made to 'Jealous.' It’s got a good tempo for sex."
See? Alan, I think you found your new sex song. Also, maybe Alan could take some pointers from Jonas, who doesn't even have sex to his own music. Jonas said getting down and dirty to his music is a "no-fly zone" and "so awkward."
Apparently, Robin is a major turn on for his dad. I'll say it again: ick.