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Watch What Happens Live is a late night talk show that is hosted by Bravo executive Andy Cohen. It appears on the Bravo network and is a very interesting show. Andy Cohen typically has two celebrity guests that he talks with, a majority of his guests are what he has termed Bravolebrities such as the Real Housewives. There is a word of the day and viewers who are over 21 can use it for a drinking game. Once the word of the day is said by someone, the viewer is supposed to take a drink.

Guests are typically offered a cocktail from the guest bartender who is in the clubhouse. Andy usually has fun games for his guests to play. For example, one game may be to recite the name of Britney Spears' top ten singles while another game may involve guessing the celebrity identity based on facts. The guests are usually asked more personal questions with a segment called plead the fifth. Andy will ask them personal questions and they can plead the fifth on the one that they would prefer not to answer.

The talk show is unique in that the main focus is on having fun and that it is always done live. Most talk shows are pre-taped so they might e behind when it comes to current event. Andy does not have a band or a co-host and the atmosphere is very light. He will often allow viewers to ask his guests questions by phone, Twitter, or Facebook so the process is very interactive. There are also poll questions where viewers can text their answers during the live broadcast.

Sunday, Thursday 11:00 PM et/pt on Bravo
13 Seasons, 1127 Episodes - Currently Airing
July 16, 2009
Talk & Interview
Watch What Happens: Live
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Watch What Happens: Live Full Episode Guide

  • Dakota Fanning & Justin Hartley

  • Wanda Sykes & Randall Park

  • Heather Dubrow; Kristin Chenoweth.

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Bravo's Andy Cohen: PS 22 Ruined the Oscars. Kids to Andy: Nobody Says Bad Stuff About the Chorus!

Bravo’s Andy Cohen can take his share of random television moments. From weave pulling to table flipping, the host of all the Housewives’ reunion shows has stomached a lot, but the one thing that almost pushed him over the edge during the Oscars? The children’s choir from Staten Island’s Public School 22. On MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Tuesday, Cohen acted like he wished the kids had gone “Over the Rainbow” rather than onstage.

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