As the host of Watch What Happens Live and the executive producer of our Real Housewives franchise, Andy Cohen knows what's hot—and not—in American culture. So who better to explain the meaning of the word "popular" than him? And the creators of Sesame Street agree!
In a brand new segment of the legendary children's show, Andy and Elmo discuss the meaning of the word (which, they also realize, is very fun to say). "The word popular means when something is really liked by a lot of people," Andy explains to the furry red monster, citing examples like pizza, football, and TV shows like...The Real Houseplants of Atlanta.
"Can you tell I dye my roots?" says a bleached blonde ficus.
Andy also name-checks parodies of other hit reality shows like Cluck Dynasty and Honey Moo Moo. But it's Elmo who gets the last word in about someone else who is very popular: Andy himself!
Check out a Vine from our favorite moment.
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