Andy Cohen got to live out his (and everyone’s) childhood fantasy by visiting the most famous house in the world. No, we’re not talking about the big, white pile of bricks in Washington, D.C. We’re talking about the residence of everyone’s favorite joined family — The Brady Bunch house!
HGTV purchased the famously modern split-level last year (snatching it up from right under the nose of Lance Bass) and spent the last year renovating it to perfection. The house in Studio City, California, was only used for exterior shots as the beloved TV show was shot on a soundstage at Paramount Studios, but HGTV renovated the interiors to look exactly as they did on the show, down to the iconic floating staircase, which Andy got to enjoy on his visit. He played the part of brother Peter running through the house looking for mom, dad and, of course, Alice!
Andy also got to strip down to his skivvies and try out Peter and Bobby’s famous bunk beds with BFF Bruce Bozzi. “Brady Cosplay isn’t complete until you strip & get in Peter & Bobby’s beds with your bestie!” he wrote on Instagram.
Looks mighty comfy. But lights out, Andy. You've got school tomorrow.
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