Debra Winger was notoriously difficult to work with in Hollywood. Shirley Maclaine got in fights with her on the set of Terms of Endearment. Richard Gere clashed with her on Offier and a Gentleman. She clashed with director Ivan Reitman on the set of Legal Eagles. She clashed with Linda Carter on the set of Wonder Woman. Winger admits she is hard to get along with in interviews; that she has few friends. She was so notoriously difficult to work with she dropped off the A list; which is what she was on when she made Terms of Endearment; she was the top up and coming star in that movie; she dropped off the A list and into obscurity. There was even a documentary made about this, called "Searching for Debra Winger." When Andy Cohen invited Debra Winger on to "Watch What Happens Live" recently; and interviewed her about all this stuff; he said it was one of the "toughest" interviews he's ever had. See more »
While I do love a guilty pleasure, like the reality tv Bravo airs (Real Housewives, Southern Charm, Vanderpump Rules) - WWHL is completely unwatchable trash. And that's saying something considering it's company.
How Andy gets away with being completely inappropriate to every male on his show is beyond me. Like a cliche drunk creepy man at a bar, he salivates over the male guests, to the point that is uncomfortable to watch. While Andy drools like a "jackhole", he asks guests completely inappropriate questions with no shame as if being gay gives him the green light to be as inappropriate as straight men are to women (but get arrested for it).
Andy borders sexual harassment, if not, fully crossing the line and yet gets away with it because he's openly gay. His ego is pathetic and unwarranted. His personality is toxic and it's painful to watch.
An embarrassment to our LGBTQ community, Andy and this show is full of cringe from a man who should know better. He's just a total slime ball. Anyone else need a shower?
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