Andy Cohen Teases ‘Compelling’ Pump Rules Season 11 Reunion: Brock Davies Is ‘Voice of Reason’

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There are three certainties in life: death, taxes, and Andy Cohen promoting Bravo reunions like his life depends on it. This time, Andy teased the Vanderpump Rules Season 11 reunion on his radio show, with Brock Davies as one unlikely star of the Pump Rules sit-down.

Indeed, fans can always look forward to Andy’s hyperbolic praise after every reunion taping. For VPR, he tried to give himself some credence by reminding viewers that he was very loosely involved with Pump Rules, as opposed to the Housewives franchises.

But despite only having tangential involvement in the show, Andy still felt enthralled by the Season 11 reunion, even after taping. Could this reunion redeem Vanderpump Rules Season 11 for all of its detractors?

Andy’s Pump Rules Season 11 favorites after the reunion include Brock, Lala, and Ally

On SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live, Andy told his co-host, John Hill, that he watched the last seven episodes of Season 11 just before the reunion. “Let me tell you about Lala [Kent],” Andy said. “She has become the voice of reason on the show. …  I went into her before the reunion and I said, ‘This is your best season.’ Without question.”

Andy also credited Brock as being “a voice of reason and super likable. I think cutting his hair gave him a superpower.” On top of that, Andy gave props to Ally Lewber for her contributions to the reunion, calling her “a real potential player in this universe.”

He went on to describe how the reunion felt atypical, especially compared to the previous year. “Nothing could be as heated as last year, but a lot of the topics were incredibly intense and electric. They were all calmly discussed, which I really appreciated.” However, Andy also confirmed some “flare-ups and screaming.”

To close out, Andy said the reunion was supposed to end around six, but “something happened at the end,” which ended up prolonging things. Even when the reunion was over, Andy still felt the need to continue speaking with the cast. “[I] was really kind of doing rounds a little bit because there was so much to talk about and it was, yeah. It was compelling.”

Vanderpump Rules Season 11 continues Tuesdays at 8/7c on Bravo.

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