Friday’s episode of the talk show saw the table engage in an impassioned Hot Topics discussion about a man who reportedly laughed at a woman he met on a dating app who said “she was looking for a traditional relationship” that meant “she would be a housewife without children,” Behar said at the top of the segment.
“My thought is general fulfillment,” Griffin, the show’s conservative cohost, said. “I think I’ll be like Joy. I want to work forever. Working brings me fulfillment and happiness.”
Behar cut her off to ask, “What makes you think I want to work forever? What are you, nuts?”
The audience laughed, though Behar never cracked a smile, even when Griffin pushed back. “You’re going to work forever. Mark my words,” Griffin said. “No,” Behar said, with a visibly annoyed look on her face.
The table — including fill-in cohost Rachel Lindsay — continued to dissect the matter until Behar declared the topic over, and chuckled as she ripped up her cue cards before the show went to commercial.
Behar previously confronted Griffin, a Republican and former employee of Donald Trump’s White House, over her political affiliations in June, telling the 34-year-old that her party tends to “steal elections.”
Joy Behar snaps at cohost who speculated she’ll work forever. Joy Behar snaps at cohost who speculated she’ll work forever