"What's going on with me dating wise? I'm waiting for this tryst with you to be over," Silverman said, referring to his relationship with McNearney. "OK, Molly's cute, she's bright, she's funny, she's blonde, but come on!"
After breaking the bad news that they've been married for five years, Silverman asked, "You think she's gonna wipe your ass when you're old?"
When he said he doesn't even do that now, she added, "It's not fair, she gets like new, woke Jimmy. I had 'Man Show Jimmy.'"
Kimmel continued to ask about her love life now, while saying he hoped he wasn't making her uncomfortable. "Awkward is our comfort zone," she replied.
"I was with Michael [Sheen]. We broke up over Christmas. As you know, he moved back to the UK and his life is really there and my life is really not there and I love him to pieces," she finally answered. "If he's in town and we're both single, we will make love."
Silverman added that Sheen has dated other women since their split and the two were able to hang out as "bros" still, in a totally platonic way, at that time.
"I'm good at separating that, I can't even imagine you as a sexual being anymore," she added, making a face of disgust. "Really? You don't have to make the yuck face!" Kimmel shot back.
"But you're handsome, you look gorgeous, you look like a model," she then complimented him. "You're doing your beard on like a two." But Kimmel was ready with a comeback, saying, "We have the same setting, it's one of the things we have in common."
The two then started cracking up before going to commercial.
She "surprised" him later in the show as well, bringing in a guest whose life Kimmel's annual Halloween candy prank has changed for the worse. Watch that below!