We can only imagine what it's like to be host with the most Andy Cohen in the figurative - and literal - center of all reunion drama. Let's never forget the time The Real Housewives of New York City ladies actually broke him...But surprisingly, it isn't the talking over each other, the over the top (or below the belt) shade, or the finger-pointing that Andy could do without at the Reunions. Nope, it's actually something that has become a reunion staple through the years, pioneered by none other than Ramona Singer on RHONY Season 1 reunion. Andy Cohen is over: the walk-off.
We caught up with Andy backstage at The Real Housewives of Dallas Season 2 reunion and asked the host what his real thoughts on walk-offs were. Andy explained that walk-offs "irritate" him at this point. He says it's "no longer as dramatic as it used to be..." and then some. Get all the tea on how he feels about on the reunion staple above.
And while Andy may have a bad taste for them...we have a feeling Reunion walk-offs are here to stay.
Tune into The Real Housewives of Dallas reunion Mondays at 10/9c to see if there will be any Texas-sized walk-offs for Season 2!