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'Watch What Happens Live': Katrina Bowden On '30 Rock' Co-Stars, Robin Thicke's Key Party (VIDEO)

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Andy Cohen may have something here with the game "Plead the Fifth" on "Watch What Happens Live" (Weeknights, 11 p.m. EST on Bravo). If his guests are game to play, he can find out the answers to all kinds of fun questions, like he did with Katrina Bowden of "30 Rock." He just needs to not get in his own way, as he did with Robin Thicke.

For Bowden, he asked probably the most likely of questions, considering the off-season controversies stirred up by her co-stars Alec Baldwin and Tracy Morgan. "Who is the most difficult to work with?" he asked, of the two. Tracy Morgan, it turns out. But then he had some fun, asking her if she'd rather wax the front or back of Judah Friedlander. After some squirming, she decided on the back.

As for Robin Thicke, though, he might have gotten a fun and unexpected answer as to which celebrity couple Thicke and his wife would want to have a key party with. But while Thicke was thinking, Cohen offered up the Beckhams as a possible answer, and Thicke jumped all over it.

Bowden and her difficult castmates return with new episodes of "30 Rock" this Thursday, January 11 at 8 p.m. EST on NBC. "Watch What Happens Live" now airs every weeknight at 11 p.m. EST on Bravo.

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