Carole Radziwill was on WWHL last night and ‘splained the “ghostwriter” story line in further detail. Hopefully, this will be the end of this very badly thought out story arc…
NOTE: WWHL has morphed into SesameStreet.
Initially, WWHL was only on one day a week; and then three days. WWHL was a “must-watch” when the Bravo Clubhouse was a two-seater and MissAndy’s only guest was a Housewife. MissAndy chatted with his guest and some interesting items re the Housewife were revealed. After several episodes of WWHL aired, MissAndy began to throw in a few games and an occasional poll question. WWHL was watchable then because of the guest and the discussion about that Housewife’s just-aired Housewives’ episode. WWHL was a FUN show to watch! After watching last night’s WWHL, the discussion with guests have been curtailed to 20-second sound bites and the idiotic games created by MissAndy’s interns have taken over the bulk of the 22-minute show. WWHL being fun and “must-see TV” is long gone and after watching last night’s episode, WWHL now fits into the category of “must-NOT-see TV”… unless, of course, you’re still someone who cannot comprehend any more than SesameStreet-length sound bites.
Also, while watching the last WWHL … could not believe that MissAndy is 45 years old. How does a 45-year-old man still get the giggles when asking Carole Radziwill or Kristen Cavalierri about penises? No surprise that neither guest was taken aback nor offended at the questions asked of them… the guests just giggled, too, right along with the 45-year-old MissAndy. MissAndy has made his talk show into his private SesameStreet where a 45-year-old man whose intellectual growth has stunted at the age of 15 can fit in very comfortably.