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Are You Loaded?

‘Tis the End of the Eighth Season

Ask, Believe, Receive A Kiss From Andy

Wish Upon a Giggy

Giving Thanks to WWHL

Weathering the Storm

Blue Cheese and Blunders

Pranks for the Memories

The Devil's Contraption

Jill Zarin Gets Fiesty on 'WWHL'

A Researcher's Dream!

To 300 More!

Watch What Happens Fire!

We're Back and Full of Surprises!

'Gossip Girl' Star Makes a Cameo on 'Watch What Happens Live'

The Weirder the Pair, The Better!

The Queen of Puns

Here Since the Beginning

The Housewife Wannabe

Bedazzled Legs, Anyone?

...And Nordstrom!

Why We Like Mike

When a Ginger Man Loves a Woman

The Locomotion!

The Body Roll

Take This Lollipop

Normal Office Conversation

From the Sky

Things I Need to Tell You

Happy Summer!

Andy's Career Advice

My Book!

How Did This Happen?

A Bravolebrity Bonanza

Viewer Mail: Andy Pleads the Fifth on Martha Stewart

Back from Vacation!


Wednesday Morning


Getting Myself in Gear

Viewer Mail: Andy's Most Difficult Guest

Are You Loaded?

Andy's Mom always asks the tough questions.

I had such an exciting time last night; my mom texted my right after the show and said, "Are you loaded??" I wasn't (at ALL), but I was having a lot of fun!

Things started at the Empire State Pride Agenda's annual gala, which I co-hosted with Sarah Jessica Parker. ESPA is an amazing organization that works very closely with the highest level politicians to promote equality for the gay community, and this event typically attracts megapoliticos. Last night featured Governor Patterson, Senator Schumer, Mayor Bloomberg, Governatorial Candidate Andrew Cuomo, and City Council President Christine Quinn, who just might be my boo. 

All the speakers were fantastic, and who knew that Governor Patterson was such an electric speaker with such an incredible sense of humor (I didn't)? There was much energy in the room, and I wish that shmuck Carl Palladino could've seen how his inane comments last week energized the gays.  

There was a moment in the script that called for 3 minutes of "banter" with SJP, and so we came up with a little game to test SJ's Gay IQ, called "SJP or SgayP?". It was fun, and she of course did an amazing job and passed with flying colors. I did get a "note" from a sweet lesbian later who told me I didn't have enough lady-references in my quiz, and that lesbians hate the "Real Housewives." Is this true? I know a lot of lesbians who love the wives. She said I should've asked an Indigo Girls question. Um, ok.  

From there I raced down to Soho in the rain to welcome the Beverly Hills ladies to the Clubhouse.  I was so jazzed about having them all celebrate their premiere live, and they didn't disappoint. It was just nothing but FUN, is all! 

I am dying to know what you all thought of the DC reunion, the Bev Hills Premiere, and "Watch What Happens Live."   Here are a few clips from last night's show! 




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