Natasha Lyonne and Fred Armisen break up over a swimming pool

{{Couples}} break up for myriad causes: incompatibility, prolonged distance, infidelity or — for many who’re Natasha Lyonne and Fred Armisen — over a swimming pool?

In a modern interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Lyonne confirmed that she and Armisen break up after residing collectively in Los Angeles by way of the COVID-19 pandemic. She moreover revealed the “mundane motive” for the breakup, which obtained right here all the best way all the way down to, uh, conflicting life-style preferences.

“I in truth assume we broke up because of I wanted a swimming pool,” the actor suggested THR.

“We love each other practically as rather a lot as two people can love each other and we’re nonetheless talking frequently, nonetheless Freddy doesn’t like a swimming pool.”

In response to Web page Six, the “Russian Doll” star and the “Saturday Evening time Keep” alum began relationship spherical 2014 after Armisen’s “SNL” co-star Maya Rudolph launched them. Armisen was beforehand married to actor Elisabeth Moss and singer Sally Timms.

“It’d appear to be a secular motive for a breakup, nonetheless all through that pandemic, you’ve purchased to get your laps — I’m like Burt Lancaster in ‘The Swimmer,’” Lyonne continued.

“So, I purchased myself a house with a pool out in Los Angeles. So that’s the precise scandal. I assume I lastly am an exact bicoastal.”

Lyonne moreover spoke with THR in regards to the extraordinarily anticipated return of her hit Netflix collection, “Russian Doll,” which premiered in 2019. Season 2 of the darkish comedy — starring Lyonne and Charlie Barnett as two New Yorkers trapped in a deadly time-loop — premieres Wednesday.

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“Netflix and Frequent allow me to assemble type of the Avengers of the most effective girl writers that we’re capable of uncover,” acknowledged Lyonne, who created the present with Amy Poehler and Leslye Headland.

“It’s the second time we’ve had an all-female writers room. They’re knockouts — such cerebral hotshots. … An entire lot of it’s a reference to the books which have been with us from season one … it’s a gift the place we’re capable of philosophically marvel: What does it indicate to be alive?”