“Look — it’s very dangerous, I’m not recommending it, I’m not advocating it,” Cohen said, “but it’s kind of great.”
“Oh that was some put down of it!” Stern shot back.
Stern asked about a passage in his new book, The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year, where he admits to taking the drug.
“What I say is that I have taken Molly … Molly is the purest form of ecstasy,” Cohen said, trying to differentiate the two.
“Ecstasy, which I haven’t taken in many years, you have a terrible depression a day later, it’s a whole meshugas,” Cohen said, the latter a Yiddish phrase describing craziness.
Cohen said Molly is “pretty great,” unlike its’ predecessor.
The Watch What Happens Live host told the America's Got Talent judge he took it at a party, and did not get “touchy-feely” while under the influence.
“It’s more about music and dancing and fun.”
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Cohen’s book, The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year, is in stores now. The Howard Stern Show airs weekdays on SiriusXM.