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Should Andy Cohen Be Mad About His 'SNL' Parody?

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Apr 09, 2012 | 12:08pm EDT

Andy Cohen Parody Bravo executive, Watch What Happens Live host with the most, and America's gayest homosexual Andy Cohen woke up Saturday morning a little nervous. He twittered that he he was scared to watch the Saturday Night Live parody where Taran Killam hilariously presented him as a narcissistic host who gave himself his own show and is absolutely obsessed with how cute and adorable he is. No wonder he was nervous. It seems to be a rather mean (though in points, spot on) lampooning of Cohen, his show, and everything Bravo, where the cast (including guest host Sofia Vergara) poked fun at Bravo shows Shahs of Sunset and Tabatha Takes Over. But it was Cohen who got the real drubbing. Killiam nailed his squirminess in his seat, his love of silly photoshopped images, his cartoonish pouty faces, and his propensity for making esteemed guests talk about ridiculous topics. Well done, SNL. However it seemed almost too harsh considering the real Andy stepped in to host a fake SNL Real Housewives reunion, has booked cast members from the show have been on WWHL, and NBC Universal owns both of their networks. Would the corporate parent let their two nasty siblings engage in some rivalry? It sure looks like it!But should Cohen be mad? He might be deep down inside, but publicly, he told the universe, "OMG the one night I go to bed early I'm lampooned on SNL?! Great job I am flattered! #ImLikeAShark #VeryCute." That's the way to handle it, make it look like you're okay taking a joke. But even if he is greatly offended, he should be happy that he has finally become a big enough star in his own right to get teased by the biggest show in the business. He even went viral as a result. We're sure today there are twice as many people Googling to find out just who the hell Andy Cohen actually is as there are people who already know him searching online for the clip. Mazel to them all. More:'Saturday Night Live' Recap: Sofia Vergara and One Direction Make Some NoiseAMC Considering Andy Cohen-Inspired Talk Show For Their Hit Dramas'Saturday Night Live' Cuts Castmembers

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