Mistakes cut deep on “The View.”
Alyssa Farah Griffin learned that the hard way Wednesday while the co-hosts of the daytime talk show discussed the pair of “mummified alien” corpses unveiled in Mexico last week.
“A prosecutor in Peru says these usually are not real and that they might be manufactured dolls,” Griffin, 34, read from her self-written notecard.
“You think that?” Joy Behar, 80, butted in.
“It looks as if it might be paper mach… machete or something,” Griffin added, stumbling over her words.
“Paper mâché,” Behar confirmed as Sara Haines, 46, burst into laughter and Whoopi Goldberg, 67, put her head into her hands.
“I can’t read my very own notes,” Griffin admitted. “It’s spelled like machete.”
Haines quipped, “That went from artwork to pretty violent.”
“The View” has been airing without its two staff writers represented by the Writers Guild of America, which has been on strike since May.
Also Wednesday, Goldberg alluded to missing the show’s writers after she didn’t have the proper information on her notecard.
“That is what happens once we don’t have, like, adults in charge,” the EGOT winner claimed.
“Once we don’t have writers,” Behar stated the apparent.
“Well, that’s what I mean. You realize, she likes to correct me. She’s throughout me today, throughout me,” Goldberg said of Behar.
“You’re the one who corrected me,” Behar retorted.
“I didn’t correct you! How did I correct you?” Goldberg asked the fiery redhead.
“You told me to get back to the subject,” she fired back while Sunny Hostin, 54, added, “You said she was extrapolating.”
Goldberg, the show’s moderator, then informed her fellow co-hosts that she had “gotten notes from the opposite adults that sometimes I could do a little bit more to maintain y’all on the right track.”
“Good luck,” Griffin quipped because the panel laughed.
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