Matthew Rhys Says He and Keri Russell Are "Absolutely" in Love With the Way "The Americans" Ends

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Alright, you spy lovers!

If you love yourself some "The Americans," then what Matthew Rhys had to tell us about the sixth and final season is sure to make you very happy!

When Rach asked Matthew — who's also starring in the Oscar contender "The Post" — if both he and his costar (and love) Keri Russell are pleased with the critically-acclaimed series' ending, he had one quick and enthusiastic response.

"Absolutely!" he says. "Very much so."

And, in fact, he even has a little say in the ending!

"The writers and producers were very nice," he shares. "They've always been very open [about us expressing our opinions], and I think they've [ended it] in the perfect way that suits our show."

(Any guesses out there, resident Agatha Christies?!)

Of course — as this is our Rach — the questions didn't stop there! She had one more for Matthew, and it was quite the worthy one.

As a mega-fan of Keri's 2007 comedy, "Waitress," she asked if he and the actress had seen the Broadway musical — and then made a bold offer!

"Sara Bareilles is coming back… If you need a babysitter?" she begins. "I don't know, I'm not great, but as long as the kid's not afraid of pit bulls. My dog loves children! And if he'll eat anything? We'll take the baby, and you guys can go to the theater!"

And Matthew was ALL in: "This is a marriage made in heaven! This is the beginning of something great."

Then whispered, "Drop him off when he's 16."

LOL! You win some, you lose some, Rach!

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