Andy Cohen had a lot going on this week, with Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen filming a week of insanely high-energy and surprise-backed shows in Los Angeles. (Think: room for 1,300 guests a pop at L.A.'s Wiltern Theater concert venue, versus just 32 in his intimate NYC clubhouse.) But even with all that action, tireless Andy took some time out to be a man of the people, sharing a heartfelt message with his fans on his Instagram Stories.
"I feel like I owe it to everyone, just as a PSA," Andy intoned in a very serious voice, wearing a very serious look on his face in a clip of himself riding in a car, dress shirt unbuttoned. "to say i really do think Starbucks is trying to kill us all."
Wait, what? But pray tell why, Andy?
"When you ask for a medium tea, they put two huge tea bags in there," he explained in the video with the PSA acronym laid over the whole scene. There's way too much caffeine. Take one out and pitch it."
Leave it to one of the hardest-working people in Hollywood — and New York — to not even need as much caffeine to fuel his long days than the rest of us need to get through ours.
"In my spare time, I'm something of a consumer watch dog. I look out for you — the people," Andy continued. "I am like Arnold Diaz from WCBS in New York. Shame on you!" And then Andy proceeded to sing the consumer investigations' show's catchy jingle.
Hey thanks, Andy. Good lookin' out for your adoring masses! (But we're keeping our second tea bag — no, matter of fact, just give us a tray full of espresso shots.)
Photo: Andy Cohen/Instagram
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