Andy Cohen Reacts To Felicity Huffman And Lori Loughlin Being Given Their Own ‘Real Housewives’ Tag Lines

They aren’t part of the “Real Housewives” excitement on Bravo, but their own drama with the college bribery scandal is enough to earn Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman their very own taglines.

The cheesy one-liners are used at the start of each show to introduce the Housewives, so a parody account figured it was time to give the two ladies who are just a few of the 50 names in the alleged college scheme, their own intros.

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The lines are based on the actress’ most famous roles, Huffman as Lynette Scavo on “Desperate Housewives” and Loughlin as Aunt Becky on “Full House.”

The image features the ladies in black dresses with a diamond backdrop, Huffman’s tagline reads, “The only thing I’m desperate for is a top-notch education.”

Loughlin’s says, “My house is full, and so is my jail cell.”

Andy Cohen, “Real Housewives” executive producer and “Watch What Happens Live” host only had one thing to say about it: “Omg”.

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Some of the original taglines from season 11 of “The Real Housewives Of New York” include “I plead guilty…to being fabulous.” A reference of Luann de Lesseps making a joke about her arrest. Bethenny Frankel teases her love life, “When life gives me limes, I make margaritas” and Dorinda Medley’s opening line is “If you’ve got a problem with me, it’s your problem.”




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