Andy Cohen and Amy Schumer's Sons Wave at Each Other Online during 'Watch What Happens Live'

Andy Cohen and Amy Schumer’s sons love their playdates together. With self-quarantine in place amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, the two celebrities organized a gettogether for the tots - virtually. 

On Tuesday, Amy Schumer made an appearance on “Watch What Happens Live” with her 11-month old son Gene since the tot misses his playmate Ben - Andy Cohen’s 14-month old son.

Amy Schumer appears on "Watch What Happens Live" on April 14, 2020. | Source: YouTube/ Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

Amy Schumer appears on "Watch What Happens Live" on April 14, 2020. | Source: YouTube/ Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

ONE, TWO, BABY!

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

The talk show host suggested they play a game of “one, two, baby” before their sons joined them on camera, with the aim for both to give their answer to a question on the count of “baby.”

While the pair didn’t agree on whose baby gives the more side-eye, both Amy and Andy admitted that they both hate the catchy tune “Baby Shark.” However, they did have consensus over who makes their tots laugh the most - Amy.

THE TOTS REUNITE VIRTUALLY

With Amy being the clear winner of the game, she said that Gene “misses Ben so much,” before the two boys joined them on camera. 

The pair happily waved to each other with the help of their parents, who both noted that they would see each other after the lockdown ends.

ANDY AND BEN SPENT TIME APART

Andy had just recently reunited with his son Ben having recovered from COVID-19. The proud father revealed that he had contracted the virus mid last month and noted on the “Today” show end of March that he feels “strong” after the virus had worked its way through his system.

Amy didn’t contract the virus, but she did make some changes regarding her adorable son Gene. The comedian and her husband Chris Fischer welcomed their firstborn in May last year and named him Gene Attell Fischer.

WHY THEY CHANGED HIS NAME

Even though Gene’s middle name is a nod to Amy’s fellow comedian Dave Attell, she and Chris decided to change Gene’s middle name since they realized with a shock that they accidentally named their son “genital.”

Now, Amy’s son has a new middle name. While it still hints at Dave Attell, his full names have officially been changed to Gene David Fischer.

Amy Schumer and Chris Fischer attend the 72nd Annual Tony Awards on June 10, 2018, in New York City. | Source: Getty Images.

Amy Schumer and Chris Fischer attend the 72nd Annual Tony Awards on June 10, 2018, in New York City. | Source: Getty Images.

AMY PAID HER DAD A VISIT

Even though Amy Schumer is vigilant about social distancing, she found a way to see her dad and say hello with Gene by her side. 

Sharing the sweet moment on social media, Amy and Gene went for a walk to her father, Gordon’s apartment building, and stood outside on the sidewalk with a handwritten posted that read, “Hi Grandpa! We love you!”

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