'Watch What Happens Live!' Weekly Roundup: Grab Your Cowboy Hat, We're Going to Texas!


Mar. 14 2013, Published 2:42 p.m. ET

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It was a huge week for Watch What Happens Live! - The first time the show was taken on the road (to Austin, TX for SXSW) the first time the studio was big enough to fit a house band and the first time the dudes from Deadliest Catch ever tended bar on Bravo. And proving that it's more than just the little late night show that could, the week was a rousing success! Guests included model/actress Brooklyn Decker & RHOA star Kenya Moore on Sunday, Brandi Glanville on Monday, Sarah Silverman on Tuesday, Nev Schulman & Ian Somerhalder on Wednesday and Paloma Faith & Community star Gillian Jacobs on Thursday. Andy Cohen was livlier than ever, the guests were game for anything and the Austin crowd was rowdy in the best way possible. But like any other show, there were some highs and lows.

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In case you missed it (or you just want to relive the magic), we broke down the best and worst moments of the week:

Best -- Kenya performing the 'Single Ladies'' Dance (and not just the hands part):


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Worst -- Brooklyn choosing a pig as the farm animal she's most similar to - you're not fooling anyone, sister:


Best -- Drunk Brandi:


Best -- The "Crotch Cracking" Game:


Worst -- The zip-up/jorts/boots combo. Come on girl, it's time to put those pieces to bed!

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Best -- The genius who booked this crew together:


Worst -- Ian's 10-second brood into the camera should have been at least 10 seconds longer:


Best -- This pose! #Werk:


Worst -- We love Buddy Garrity, but would it have killed them to get Tim Riggins in the clubhouse?


So that's that! Did you enjoy WWHL in Austin as much as we did? What did you think were the best and worst moments of the week? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us your thoughts @OKMagazine.


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