The comedian took the slip in stride as she laughed: “25 years, that has never happened. Who do I sue? My husband is home laughing, I bet.”
As funny as the spill may have been, Behar later emphasized that more serious repercussions about result from her fall. “Well, you know, I fall a lot. The main thing, just to talk seriously, when Bob Saget fell, he died," she noted.
"If you hit your head and you feel dizzy or you have blurred vision or you feel like you want to go to sleep, go to the doctor because that will kill you,” Behar warned. “But I’ve fallen a lot. I fall all the time. I’m a klutz! But this chair, this chair was like the exorcist. It was spring!”
The hit daytime show has had it's fair share of shockers in the past few months as Goldberg, 66, returned to the talk show after receiving a two-week suspension from ABC for making insensitive remarks after she stated that the Holocaust was "not about race" during a conversation with her fellow cohosts. The Oscar winner later issued an apology.
Upon her Monday, February 14 return, the actress noted, "I got to tell you, there's something kind of marvelous about being on a show like this because we are The View and this is what we do. Sometimes we don't do this as eloquently as we could."
"It's five minutes to get important information about topics and that's what we try to do every day," she continued. "I want to thank everybody who reached out while I was away. People reached out from places that made me go, 'Wait, what, what, really?' And it was amazing."