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Megan Mullally on Husband Nick Offerman's Facial Hair: 'I Married the Reigning Mustache Champion'

02/18/2016 AT 05:00 PM EST

Megan Mullally knows a good mustache when she sees one.

Mullally's husband, Nick Offerman, is known for sporting some serious facial hair, and even the Will & Grace alum can't help but admit that she's impressed by his impeccable 'stache.

Mullally said that when she sees a mustache, it's like getting a little glimpse of heaven. "I mean, I married the reigning mustache champion," she told PEOPLE in this week's issue.

And happily married, she might add.



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Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally

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Mullally, 57, opened up about her 12-year marriage to the former Parks and Recreation star, revealing that she's happiest when they are together.

"My favorite thing to do is just stay home with the dogs and read or watch movies and be together," she said.

For much more from Megan Mullally, pick up this week's issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday

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So what's the secret to making their love last?

"We really like each other, and we try to treat each other well," she explained. "I feel like Nick and I have the best relationship and the best marriage."

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Mullally, who is currently starring in the new NBC comedy You, Me and the Apocalypse, said that even after over a decade together, she still gets butterflies whenever she thinks about Offerman, 45.

"I always feel like it just sort of started and there's this guy and I'm [thinking] 'When's he going to call?' " she said.

She also revealed that Offerman partakes in her guilty pleasure: binge-watching The Bachelor and Survivor.

"I don't want to out him, but he does watch with me," she said laughing. And while Mullally admits she addicted to the franchises and "can't miss 10 seconds" of the show, Offerman helps her keep track of all the contestants.

"He's so funny because he's so much better at remembering names," she said. "So I'll be like, 'I think he really like the blonde one,' and he's like, 'You mean Lauren B?' "
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