Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen know how to party -- with the Party Python, that is.
On Wednesday, the Bravo host joined Cooper on "Anderson Live," and the two took a bite out of the Party Python -- a 7-foot, 26-pound, 36,000-calorie gummy snake perfect for even the biggest fete.
Upon opening the Party Python box, Anderson simply groaned.
He and Cohen then struggled to lift the gummy out of the box and hold it up for the crowd. The Bravo star was brave enough to take the first bite. "All right, it's not bad," Cohen said, but Cooper just grimaced.
"The Party Python?" asked Cooper, after hearing the name. "That's a porn film, I'm sorry." Adding, "That's a lot of gummy right there."
The Party Python, sold by Vat19 for $150, can feed 306 hungry partiers.
Also on the show, the two chatted about the "Silver Fox" being named in People magazine's "50 Shades of Grey" section, alongside the likes of Ted Danson, Bill Clinton and Morgan Freeman.
"Oh wait a minute, no, no, no. This is not good," Anderson said. "First of all, this is a scale of gray-haired people and I am at the very bottom of the grayest of gray." Later complaining about the average age, "I don't want to be at the grayest of gray... everybody is really old!"
Cooper's daytime antics will soon come to an end. The cancellation of "Anderson Live" was announced last month, The New York Times reported. The show, which is in its second season, will not return after next summer. The axe came down after the CBS talk show was given a new format, a new studio and a new co-host each day.
(h/t Towleroad for the find.)