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Hey, Kirstie Alley’s Still Talking About the Dead Guy Who Definitely Has a Wife

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Go figure. I mean, it got her a whole ton of attention last time she opened her mouth about co-star sex, so why not keep the trend going?

From ET Online:

“It was just too much of an attraction. I will say that at that time Patrick was drinking a lot, Patrick’s been very public about that.”

In Kirstie’s new book, The Art of Men, the 61-year-old actress claims that after a night of dirty dancing and partying, she finally made her move on Patrick, but was ceremoniously rejected.

“I want to make love with you. I just don’t care anymore, let’s just do it,” she remembers telling her hunky co-star in the heat of the moment.

Ever the gentleman, Patrick denied her proposition.

“No. Come on, you’re drunk,” he said. “Kirstie, you don’t really want to do it. You’re not that kind of girl.”

While the star would later speak at Patrick’s funeral in 2009, Kirstie reveals she still isn’t sure his wife of 34 years, Lisa Niemi, ever caught wind of their on-set attraction.

“I have no idea if Lisa knows anything about Patrick and I… I was probably the least of Lisa’s problems with Patrick.”

Oh, OK, so now it wasn’t just an almost-affair that happened behind poor Lisa Niemi’s back, it was also a whole slew of problems that either Lisa knew about, or didn’t know about, but in either case, probably didn’t want the whole g-ddamned world to know about.

But hey. That’s Kirstie for you, I guess. Can’t keep her mouth shut for shit.

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  • She not only says they had an affar and says she tried to rekindle the affair, but she insinuates that he was having other affairs. She should be ashamed of herself. I’m not one of those people who think that you should never say anything negative about a deceased person. But what she is doing serves no pupose except as an attention grab for herself.

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