Kathy Griffin is putting the punch in punchline.
The comedian didn't hold back when asked about Bravo host/producer Andy Cohen during an interview with People magazine.
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Griffin was at the helm of the talk show, "Kathy," on the network from 2012-2013 and starred on the reality series "My Life on the D-List" from 2005-2010.
When the "Watch What Happens Live" host was brought up, Griffin let loose.
"Andy Cohen treated me like a dog," she said. "He was, like, one of the worst bosses I ever had."
She added: "He has not been very kind."
Cohen replaced Griffin on CNN's New Year's Eve special in 2017, after she posed with fake a severed head designed to resemble President Trump. Cohen hosted the special with pal Anderson Cooper, who decried Griffin's stunt.
"For the record, I am appalled by the photo shoot Kathy Griffin took part in," the journalist said in a tweet on May 30, 2017. "It is clearly disgusting and completely inappropriate."
When asked about Cooper by People, Griffin expressed her former affection.
"I really loved him, and I really loved doing that show, and it was a lot of fun," she said, later adding she is not hopeful for a reconciliation.
"You know, I don't think he's that kind of guy, you know what I mean?" she said. "I just don't think he's wired that way."
Griffin believes making up isn't on Cooper's agenda.
"I don't think he has really any interest in it," she said. "And I'm, like I said, after going through something like this, I'm, like, done chasing people. I'm down to three friends on a good day, and so I just kind of want to go where I can make people laugh."
She aims to do just that in the documentary "Kathy Griffin: A Hell of a Story," which depicts the backlash from the photo and arrives in select theaters for the night on July 31.
USA TODAY has reached out to reps for Cooper and Cohen for comment on Griffin's remarks.
In June 2017, Cooper reflected on his "long" friendship with Griffin during the Phoenix stop of "AC2 Live," his show with Cohen. Cooper added he wished "nothing but good things for her."
During the two-and-a-half hour performance, he addressed the situation.
"I don’t want anybody’s career to be destroyed because they do something unfortunate and inappropriate, but yeah, I thought what she did was inappropriate," he said. "You know, I think I said that I thought it was completely inappropriate and I didn’t approve it in any way, and I think when you’re friends with somebody you can say that."
Contributing: Randy Cordova, The Republic
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Kathy Griffin slams Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen in scathing chat