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The two stars were feted not only by industry colleagues Aaron Sorkin, David Mamet, Marcia Cross and Vanessa Williams, but also by each other.
Macy recalled what went through his mind upon meeting his future wife (who happens to be iVillage's most recent celebrity blogger). "The first time I saw Felicity she was doing a scene for acting class wearing a silk, cream-colored blouse with no bra. I thought, 'Man, this girl is talented,'" he recalled jokingly.
Huffman then returned the compliment to her husband of nearly 12 years. "The first time I saw Bill, he was wearing an Izod shirt with a tie. I thought 'Man, is his wife gorgeous,'" she quipped.
The tongue-in-cheek joint tributes continued, with Macy, 61, delving into TMI territory about their sex life.
"The first time we ever did it in a dressing room at a theater was in a play called 'Oh, Hell!' by David Mamet...at Lincoln Center. We got good reviews," Macy said.
To which Huffman added: "The first time we ever did it in a dressing room at a studio," added Huffman, "was in a series called Sports Night by Aaron Sorkin...at ABC. We got our first child."
On a more professional note, Huffman, 49, admitted how sad she is to see Desperate Housewives end after eight seasons.
"I still get chills when I arrive at the Universal gates," she said. "It may be time, but it's sad. We're a family, I love the show."