Yesterday's post poking at Perez seemed to get a good response from the peanut gallery, so I'm thinking that today I should continue on with the theme of famous homosexuals that I can't stand. Let's talk about Andy Cohen, shall we?
That doesn't mean, however, that the show isn't unlikable. To speak plainly, I have no idea why this show exists.Very rarely does Andy seem to interview anyone relevant or interesting, and when he does, they don't really talk that much about their work. It's all a bunch of games, which is fine if that's the point of the show, but it really manifests itself in a bunch of nothingness. Therefor, my concluding theory is that Andy Cohen wants to be surrounded by fame so badly that he worked his way to the top, created a bunch of nonfunctional celebrities, and invented a show where he could show America that he hangs out with famous people. Nice move, Andy, but that's what Twitter's for.
In short, I can see how Andy has made it so far in life with his surprisingly likable personality, but I do not feel that this program is a practical use of airtime. The title does sound intriguing, but as SNL's Taran Killam says in the sketch "The show is live, so anything can happen! But don't worry...nothing will." Fact.