Andy Cohen vowed to never invite Vanderpump Rules' James Kennedy and Lala Kent back to Watch What Happens Live after they cursed up a storm during their December 14 appearance. However, Andy doesn't harbor the same hard feelings toward Samuel L. Jackson, who dropped some F-bombs when he sat in the Bravo Clubhouse just a few short weeks later. "Samuel L. Jackson has been in a million movies. He's famous for saying motherf***er. And so that's what he's famous for," Andy said in response to a question on Twitter during the latest edition of Ask Andy (clip above). "Lala and James are not. They're young and they need to behave themselves."
All in all, Andy said it was really the viewing experience of the two episodes that made the difference for him. "And the other difference is that Lala and James were saying it so much that our censor was bleeping out sentences and sentences, so you couldn't hear anything that was being said on the whole show," he explained. "It's totally different."
One of the reasons why Andy is so into the right and wrong ways to behave on WWHL is because he's just really into etiquette in general, even as much as the ladies of The Real Housewives of Potomac. And he's very particular about his correspondence. "I like a thank-you note. Handwritten. Email doesn't really count," Andy said.
Andy also dished out some other "Andy-quette" tips in the clip, including how to handle sleeping with your friend's love interest, endorsing a friend with a checkered past's run for office, and being cool or uncool if you find a naked stranger in your bed à la The Real Housewives of New York City.
We're not sure if this falls under proper "Andy-quette," but Andy also revealed how he and Anderson Cooper "caused a bit of a scene" at a Seattle gay bar during their AC2 tour. Get the scoop by checking out the full Ask Andy clip above and then learn even more about Andy and Anderson's friendship, below.
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