Amy Schumer's son Gene and Andy Cohen's son Ben had regular playdates prior to the coronavirus pandemic


Amy Schumer and Andy Cohen are attempting to maintain their sons’ playdate schedule during the coronavirus pandemic — virtually.

During Schumer’s video appearance on Watch What Happens Live Tuesday, the two parents noted that their sons miss spending time together.

“Amy, I count your son Gene as one of Ben’s only friends his own age,” Cohen, father to Ben, 14 months, said. “And sadly our playdates have been halted since the quarantine.”

Schumer added that 11-month-old Gene “misses Ben so much” and later suggested that they bring the boys out to say hello to each other, resulting in an adorable virtual playdate for the two babies.

Both waved enthusiastically with the help of their parents before signing off, with Schumer and Cohen promising a reunion after the pandemic.

“See you after the quarantine,” Cohen, who only recently reunited with his son after recovering from coronavirus, called out.

Earlier in the episode Cohen and Schumer played a game of “One, Two, Baby” in which the host asked a question and they both had to answer on the count of “Baby.”

Amy Schumer and Andy Cohen’s Sons Have Virtual Playdate
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The answers were split on “Which baby gives more side-eye?” (Schumer said Ben, Cohen said Gene) but there was a consensus on “ ‘Baby Shark,’ love or hate?” — both hate the frustratingly-catchy tune.

Schumer was the clear winner, though, when asked, “who makes Ben and Gene laugh more?”

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