Joy Behar Falls to the Floor on the Set of 'The View': 'Who Do I Sue?'


Co-host of “The View” Joy Behar fell on set during the show prompting her to ask, “Who do I sue?”

After falling, her co-hosts rushed to help her up.

Sunny Hostin said, “Let me tell you, these chairs are dangerous.”

Whoopi Goldberg added, “These chairs move. You touch it, and you’re on the ground.”

Hostin responded, “It’s happened to all of us at one time or another.”

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Behar chimed in, saying, “Twenty-five years that has never happened to me. Who do I sue? Who do I sue?”

Sara Haines said she hated the chairs and referred to Behar’s husband, saying, “Steve, text us if you’re watching.”

One audience member shouted, “We love you, Joy.”

Behar responded, “Dead or alive.”

Goldberg said, “Always alive, baby.”

Behar joked, “I went flying.”

Goldberg continued, “We can’t even say, you know, you can’t have another glass of wine. It takes a glass of wine to get in the chair. You’re all right.- you’re fine, yeah?”

Behar acknowledged she “missed a step as usual.”

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Goldberg replied, “All right. Well, that’s our show today, thank you so much.”

After a break, Goldberg clarified that “Sara did not trip Joy.”

Haines added, “Today I did not trip her. I didn’t push her. I didn’t touch her.”

Mentioning Bob Saget’s death, Behar explained, “If you hit your head and you feel dizzy or you have blurry vision, or you feel like you want to go to sleep, go to the doctor because that will kill you.”

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