A lot of "Housewives" have come and gone from the Bravo franchise, but many of them still hold a place in Andy Cohen's heart — especially the OGs.
On Thursday night's episode of "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen: @ Home," the Bravo scion was asked which former "Real Housewives" he misses the most.
"I'm a very nostalgic guy, so I go way back to the beginning to some — Lauri Peterson from O.C.," said Andy, who executive produces the "Housewives" franchise. "I always miss Shereé [Whitfield]. I love Shereé so much. She always makes me very happy."
"And Caroline Manzo," he added. "I always go back to the originals."
Andy has long spoken about his fondness for many of the "Housewives" — past and present. In 2015, he spoke about Bethenny Frankel, who's twice starred on "The Real Housewives of New York City." Bethenny was so popular and successful that she also had two spinoff shows, which reflects well on Andy, as he has a say in "Housewives" casting.
"It's easier to be friends with her when she's not on [the show] because she's a Housewife now and I don't want to treat her differently than other Housewives. She knows that," he said.
He also expressed love for Vicki Gunvalson while speaking to current New York Housewife Sonja Morgan.
"One of my favorites is Vicki because she was the first one and you always have a special connection to your first, and I feel like Vicki is still weirdly in this place where she's like, 'Oh my God, what the hell am I doing on this show? It's gonna kill me,'" he said. "I just think that we've seen her go through so much in the last 10 years, so I have a special place in my heart [for her]."