Cast Blog: #WWHL

World Series

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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!

Pancakes!

Wednesday Morning

R.I.P.

Getting Myself in Gear

Viewer Mail: Andy's Most Difficult Guest

World Series

Andy Cohen is proud of his beloved St. Louis Cardinals.

Tonight we've got a doozy of a RHOBH, followed by the mega dramz Most Eligible Dallas finale and a brand new WWHL featuring Dallas' Matt Nordgren and Courtney Kerr. 

Last night was a lot of fun with Jay Mohr, and after that reunion we really needed to have fun. I have been reading your comments and many of you thought I was too hard on Teresa. I try to be as fair as possible while also asking as many of your questions -- generated from fans through Bravotv.com, Facebook, and Twitter -- as I possibly can. It was definitely an odd dynamic considering the history of the friendships on the series.  Part 2 next week is supersized, with a lot of drama and some laughs. 

I am so pumped about the Cardinals that I'm smiling extra big today. Last night's game was amazing! I was in St. Louis Friday night and saw a great one too.  It was very fun and I met Cardinals legend Lou Brock!

I was so sad yesterday to hear that superagent Sue Mengers passed away. She was the first female powerhouse agent in Hollywood, and after she retired played host to the hottest salon in LA, her living room. I was lucky enough to be invited to a few dinners at her house and they were unforgettable nights featuring huge names, but no one was funnier or smarter or more fun than Sue. And she loved Bravo, which was amusing to me. She will be missed. 


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