St. Louis native and host of Watch What Happens Live With Andy, Andy Cohen, was not thrilled about the Los Angeles Rams advancing to the Super Bowl. The Rams played in the city of St. Louis from 1995 to 2015, before returning to Los Angeles in 2016.
During Cohen's "Jackhole of the day" segment, he let it be known that St. Louis fans are still upset about the team returning to L.A. He said, "Tonight's Jackhole goes to the Rams...because the Rams were ripped from my hometown of St. Louis by their crook owner."
While the Rams brought the city of St. Louis joy with a Super Bowl championship in 2000, they also brought heartache when they left. In fact the city of St. Louis sued both the team and the NFL. Rams owner Stan Kroenke agreed to a $30 million settlement between the city and his team.
St. Louis fans, like Cohen, are still upset that the "Greatest Show on Turf" was moved to Tinseltown. Cohen said, "I just want to say once again to owner Stan Kroenke on behalf of the city of St. Louis…" And then he flashed his middle finger at the camera.
The Los Angeles Rams are set to play the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII on February 3rd in Atlanta, Georgia.