No one asked Andy Cohen to write a third book—but he had so much material, he just couldn’t help it. “I was in such a groove after writing [2014’s The Andy Cohen Diaries] that I started writing this on my own,” he says. “I never wanted to stop.” Superficial ended up “not only dishier but more emotionally revealing about myself than I initially planned.” To show precisely how juicy it is, Cohen wrote EW this handy guide, modeled after the gossipy index Spy magazine created for The Andy Warhol Diaries in 1989, so stars could find their names. “Everyone was in that book,” Cohen says. Turns out he can say the same about his latest.