The View's Joy Behar really needed to get something off her chest! The Wednesday, February 10, episode of the morning talk show came to a hilarious halt after Whoopi Goldberg told her co-host that her microphone had fallen down her shirt.
Goldberg and Behar were discussing couples therapy when Behar's mic began to sound as if it were echoing.
"Well, I’m on record saying that couples therapy does not work," Behar said while her mic audibly sounded like something was wrong. "Maybe it works before you get married, and you have a few things to iron out, but after the horse is out of the barn, all it becomes is a b*tching session about what's wrong with the other person and then you say things, like, 'He’s not a generous lover,' and don't think that that doesn’t stay in his head permanently, OK?"
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"I have to tell you I think your mic is in your breasts," Goldberg interrupted Behar as she was about to speak again. "I think your mic is down in your breasts." The 78-year-old immediately reached down her shirt as co-hosts Sunny Hostin, Meghan McCain and Sara Haines burst into laughter.
After struggling to fish the mic out, Behar — whose been broadcasting at home for several months due to the pandemic — called for her husband, Steve Janowitz, to help out.
"Oh my gosh. You should have Steve come fix it. That’s another kind of couples therapy," McCain, 36, quipped. "That’s a special kind of therapy to have Steve get her mic from her boobs. I'm into that."
"I'll tell you something. If you can have a husband like mine who would come running to you to pull the thing out of your boobs, you don’t need couples therapy," Behar replied.
After the mic fiasco was settled, McCain — who returned to the show last month after giving birth to her and husband Ben Domenech's first child, Liberty, in September — concluded the segment by circling back to couples therapy. "I'm glad your boobs are okay. I mean. I've done therapy for myself … I don't know, like, Ben and I's therapy now is him letting me sleep," the new mama joked.