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Joy Behar's Last Words! After 16 Years She Signs-Off On THE VIEW- Watch The Video!



This morning, Joy Behar wrapped up 16 seasons as one of the co-hosts of ABC’s The View, and the episode was a this-is-your-life-type tribute to Joy , complete with clips, and sarcasm and jokes, and surprise appearances!

Frequent guest comedian Mario Cantone, brought the laughs as he took a podium as The View co-hosts: Barbara Walters, Sherri Shepherd and Whoopi Goldberg sat in the audience. Joan Rivers, Regis Philben and Meredith Vieira were part of the celebration and their were taped appearances by Nathan Lane, Aziz Ansari, Jane Lynch, Steve Martin and Debbie Reynolds, and Carol Burnett.  Tony Bennett sang to Joy in  final surprise the Frank Sinatra classic, “The Good Life”.

At the end, it was Barbara Walters who spoke of hiring Behar.  She then said to Joy,  “I don’t know what you plan to do with your time but whatever you choose it will be smart and provocative. … I love you, Joy. I love every moment we’ve had together. … Thank you. We are really going to miss you.”

Joy ended the show with a few quips and comments including: “I have to thank the most important people — my hair and makeup people.”   She thanked the crew and said, “I can’t thank them all individually, but I’ll be sexting every one of you in the fall.”    She also said to The View EP Bill Geddie, “Thanks for the sex. … The best 14 seconds of my life!”

To all the co-hosts she has worked with and fought with over the last 16 years, Behar said, “I salute you all. Thank you for all the fun.   I was born an only child, but now I know what sibling rivalry is all about.”   And there was another  moment you have to see that Behar does in honor of Walters to cap it off!

Watch Joy’s last words on The View and her final segment after the jump! Then, let us know if you are sad or glad that Joy is leaving The View?

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Soooooo glad she is leaving!

I’ll miss her…she kept it fun….

I like Joy Behar. Over the past 16 years, she is the co-host I most enjoyed watching. Love Whoopie and Sherry ( who came later), but I always watched because of Joy. I know she’ll do interesting things as she moves forward. Congrats, Joy!

Joy you will be missed! The show will not be the same . Good Luck in your future!

So long. Don’t let the door hit you in your fat ass!

Good riddance! 🙂

Good riddance–I found her incredibly annoying on the show. Now if they could just get rid of Sherri Shephard I might could stomach the show.

I will miss Joy so mucfh!!! So sad! 🙁

Love to Joy.

She was the catalyst for so much humor and injected real in “The View”.


Her allegiance, withstood the banality of criticism.

Thank You Joy Behar… for helping supplant the platform for negativity on “…gay rights… a womans choice” and reaching out to the “majority minorities”.

my criteria.

Good riddance to this deadful obnoxious loudmouth.An arrogant ,vicious hateful ,uninformed,ill-informed ignorant harridan.The entire show i an exercise in idiocy.


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The Bold and the Beautiful’s Brooke (Katherine Kelly Lang) has been not pleased with her daughter Hope’s (Annika Noelle) choice in bedfellows! After all, Brooke and Thomas (Matthew Atkinson) have a long history of disdain for each other (although there was that time they took psychedelic berries together and pranced around with not much clothes on).

Hope had divorced Liam (Scott Clifton) and has been getting much closer to Thomas, feeling he is the only man who ‘gets her’ and ‘sees her’ for who she really is.  On recent episodes of B&B, Hope has no problem giving into her desires for Thomas, now that she is no longer Hope Spencer.

Soap Opera Digest spoke with series iconic star, Katherine Kelly Lang to get her take on what she thinks of Hope’s attitude adjustment and recent behavior.

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Lang expressed: “She seems to have changed a bit. She’s not the sweet little Hope that she once was and Brooke is starting to be like, ‘Uh-oh! She’s taking after me!’’

Brooke is not happy that Thomas has apparently won over Hope, when she is wary of the guy. Katherine added, “Thomas was stalking her (Hope) and he did all that crazy stuff with the baby. He just hasn’t been good for her, you know, especially when he was totally obsessed with her. So, Brooke doesn’t believe that that’s completely gone, that there’s still got to be some of that in Thomas somewhere and she’s worried about her daughter. So, of course, she would kind of say, ‘This is not good. This is just not a good situation. With all the men in the sea, why, why do you (pick Thomas)?”

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However, many might see that as the pot calling the kettle black given how Brooke has often given into her desires with the men in her life and made some pretty bad choices herself!

So, is Hope turning into a ‘mini-Brooke’? Should Brooke continue to warn Hope of Thomas’ past, or should she just mind her own business at this point? Share your comments via the comment section.

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Talk about getting into the holiday spirit! The Price is Right is set to air five brand new holiday-themed episodes airing in December on primetime, plus the daytime version will also have a special week. Host Drew Carey will preside over the game show proceedings!

Daytime’s The Price is Right holiday week (Dec 18-Dec 22) will feature animal trainer, author and host of CBS’ Lucky Dog Reunions, Brandon McMillan, and Robert Valandra, nephew of legendary host Bob Barker, who both bring along some furry friends up for adoption. The week concludes with ‘Price is Right’ model Amber Lancaster, an advocate of animal adoption, and some adorable dogs who need a home for the holidays.

The Price is Right continues to network television’s #1-rated daytime series and the longest-running game show in television history, broadcast weekdays (11:00 AM-12:00 PM, ET/10:00-11:00 AM, PT).

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On Primetime, here is the holiday lineup of shows (the week of Dec 4-8):

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THE PRICE IS RIGHT AT NIGHT: COLLEGE STUDENTS HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS (Friday, December 8 at 8:00 PM ET/PT) welcomes college students home adorned in their best school spirit gear, teamed up with their parents to play for exotic trips, amazing prizes, and cash for college!

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THE PRICE IS RIGHT AT NIGHT: HOLIDAYS WITH THE FAMILY (Monday, December 18, 8:00 PM, ET/PT). Parents and their young children compete for some of the most desired gifts Santa has in his sleigh. Decorated in their holiday best, families work as a team to win prizes to make their holidays oh so bright!

THE PRICE IS RIGHT AT NIGHT: HOLIDAY HEROES (Tuesday, December 19, 8:00 PM, ET/PT) salutes the military to thank America’s brave heroes for keeping us safe all year round. Active-duty military members in uniform compete for luxury items, including trips to remarkable destinations, $50,000 in cash, and cars!

Of note: Paramount+ Premium subscribers will have access to stream live via the live feed of their local CBS affiliate on the service as well as on demand. Essential-tier subscribers will have access to on-demand the day after the episode airs.

Lots of The Price is Right holiday cheer and pet adoptions coming your way. Will you be watching? Comment below. But first, check out a clip from one of the primetime episodes.

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That is an hour shift when the broadcast usually begins at 8 pm ET/5pm PT.  The official pre-show will also begin earlier, at 6:30 p.m. ET.

The 96th Academy Awards will be held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles with nominations being announced on January 23rd.

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A few weeks ago on November 15th, Jimmy Kimmel was officially named the host of the Oscars for the fourth time. The hosting gig marks the second year in a row for Kimmel. The comedian also hosted in 2017 and 2018.

Kimmel’s wife Molly McNearney will also one again, co-write and executive produce, the telecast.  In a statement on presiding over movies biggest night of the year, Kimmel joked, “I always dreamed of hosting the Oscars exactly four times.”

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ABC also plans on airing a special episode of their hit comedy Abbott Elementary, immediately following what should be a three-and-a-half hour telecast of the Oscars.

So, what do you think about the time shift with the Oscars starting an hour earlier? Happy about it? Won’t be settled in at that early time slot to sit and watch the show? Comment below.

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