From Associate Press
By Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn
Every season after production wraps, David Krumholtz and Rob Morrow, stars of the CBS drama "NUMB3RS," lead the cast and crew on a celebratory retreat. But last year's Las Vegas excursion was limited to those who work on set: no spouses, no significant others.
The show's executive-producer partners Cheryl Heuton and Nicolas Falacci, however, brought their better halves -- which stands to reason, given that they're married to each other.
This is a great example of work life and home life meshing well. It could be the collaborative nature of the industry, but entertainment has a lot of husband and wife teams. Stiller and Meara (Ben Stiller’s parents) are a great example. Johnathan Dayton and Valerie Faris co-directed Little Miss Sunshine. And the Captain and Tennille have been delighting people for years. Workplace romances can get a little murky when one person is in a position of authority over the other, let’s save the domination for the bedroom.