Set in the eighties.
And they won't stand for it.
Consider it the most crucial skill set for the cottage industry of Andy Cohen–approved dimwits with lots of time on their hands.
"What was billed as a celebration of international culinary traditions becomes instead an orgy of overclocked consumption."
Dinner with the Cohens explains a lot.
Almost half its programming is spun off from other shows.
It'll be produced by Adam DiVello, of The Hills and The City.
A new pinnacle of reality TV.
Good thing negotiations are underway for a fifth season of her own show.
"I sent an Hermès tower."