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MH0861
May 23rd, 2007, 04:21 PM
OMG. *dead* Rosie vs. Elisabeth :help: :lol: :haha:

EDIT: Video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uE_l8QYAWZM

PointBlank
May 23rd, 2007, 04:28 PM
Holy shit was that intense. I felt like I was there, and I loved the split screen.

I love when Joy said "Whos producing this show? Go to commercial."

LoveFifteen
May 23rd, 2007, 04:43 PM
What were they fighting about?

tennisIlove09
May 23rd, 2007, 04:47 PM
They dont get along. It was a holiday in Canada on Monday, so I watched the View. At one point Rosie said "Can you not hold two concepts in your mind at once Elizabeth?"

The crowd even made a noise after that one. It was shocking. They just dont see eye to eye.

MH0861
May 23rd, 2007, 04:47 PM
What were they fighting about?

Basically, Rosie wanted to know if Elisabeth thought she thought the American Troops were "terrorists" like it was reported/portrayed in the media/etc... and it spiraled from there because Elisabeth didn't take a position one way or another and Rosie seemed hurt and they started screaming at each other :haha:

Infiniti2001
May 23rd, 2007, 04:50 PM
OMG!!! I walked in on some of it. Rosie annoys my ass sometimes, but I'm siding with her this time. You only have to watch Joe scarborough totally twist her words nightly on MSNBC to understand her frustration. He paints Elizabitch as this poor innocent little girl being picked on:fiery:

harloo
May 23rd, 2007, 05:03 PM
Rosie and the Repub chick both need to be muzzled for life.:tape: :lol:

PointBlank
May 23rd, 2007, 05:04 PM
It kind of bothered me Elisabeth wouldnt just give a yes or no answer. Thats all Rosie asked and she said she didnt want to fight because they will make big, fat, lesbian Rosie sound likes she is picking on poor, little, republican Elisabeth.

Paneru
May 23rd, 2007, 05:32 PM
This show will be crap w/o Rosie!

Rosie was clearly hurt that Elizabeth couldn't
as a friend as Rosie asked, give a simple yes
or no. Rosie also said she thought Elizabeth
cowardly knowing Rosie that she said nothing
while Rosie was being bashed.

And Rosie is right, everytime her and Elizabeth
go at it, it's big fat gay Rosie versus pure poor
little Elizabeth as portrayed by many media outlets.

JackWalker
May 23rd, 2007, 06:17 PM
I love Rosie O'Donnell. I sort of like Elisabeth even though she is a Republican. I have to say that I thought Rosie was rude. I'm sure she didn't mean it to come across this way; she probably got frustrated at Elisabeth not answering her questions and backing her up. She shouldn't have said "Can you not hold two concepts in your mind at the same time, Elisabeth?" I thought that quote specifically was the rude one. I thought Elisabeth handled it well though, props to her. After the break, it looked like Barbara sided with Elisabeth and kind of got Rosie to tone down a bit.

canoe.
May 23rd, 2007, 06:20 PM
Rosie seemed hurt and they started screaming at each other :haha:

:rolleyes:
There wasn't any screaming. It was an intense conversation, that's it.

LOl at Joy and the other woman host--between trying to change the subject, and threatening leave--they were pretty damn funny. I like to know who was directing the show too--it got too Springerish with the split screen.

samsung101
May 23rd, 2007, 07:03 PM
Rosie is a rude, arrogant, conspiracy driven once funny comedian who now thinks
she is a top social and political commentator.

She can't hold a conversation.
She can only insult and demean those who disagree w/her.
That's her style.


She makes Bill Mahr look like Albert Einstein.

Rosie is fishing here for more tv time to get her show going. What gets more
ABC affiliates to give The View the mandatory 'news' time in the evening than
another Rosie rude slap at Elizabeth, or anyone who dares to disagree w/her.
Babs and Joy knowing their old lady status on the show doesn't draw ratings,
Rosie rants do, stay generally out of the way, or join in to bash the right.

Rosie doesn't just hate Bush, she hates the military, the idea that there may
be people out there who hate her, me, and you for not being exactly like them -
like Islamic fascists. She doesn't fathom that. It's all a conspiracy, set up
by corporations - like the ones that pay her millions of dollars to be who
she is.

The more I see and her, the more I think Donald Trump may be right. He's a complete
jerk, and somehow, she makes him more appealing.

Elizabeth doesn't asnwer her most of the time because what Rosie says is so
inept. It's also a NY audience, and that's pretty much leaning one way, and
it ain't with old Liz.

Helen Lawson
May 23rd, 2007, 07:07 PM
It's all a set-up for ratings.

Scotso
May 23rd, 2007, 07:19 PM
Rosie needs to learn how to give her opinion without bullying everyone else into taking the same one.

Helen Lawson
May 23rd, 2007, 07:22 PM
What's funny about watching them is they're both dumb as dirt, but think they're geniuses. That why, I think this is all a set-up for ratings. Everyone wants a showdown between the fat bull-dyke and the petite right-wing blonde.

geoepee
May 23rd, 2007, 08:18 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uE_l8QYAWZM

:boxing: :shout: :singer: :speakles: :bs:

Helen Lawson
May 23rd, 2007, 08:40 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uE_l8QYAWZM

:boxing: :shout: :singer: :speakles: :bs:

It was funny as hell, but it looked scripted to me. Elisabeth is too dumb to be able to talk that fast on the spur of the moment and Rosie would never be that quiet the whole time and controlled.

Berlin_Calling
May 23rd, 2007, 08:41 PM
Fatass Rosie probably spewing her hypocritical shit again :tape:

Sally Struthers
May 23rd, 2007, 08:45 PM
can't we just deport Rosie and Michael Moore to Iran or something? :tape:

Paneru
May 23rd, 2007, 08:57 PM
It's all a set-up for ratings.

:tape:

If so, they are going to milk this for
all it is worth before Rosie is gone.

Love her or hate her, this show
has no "fire" w/o her!

KoOlMaNsEaN
May 23rd, 2007, 09:16 PM
i thought that trump comment by elisabeth was out of line TBH.
i love when joy says are there no commercials?! is this pbs?! lol

Wannabeknowitall
May 23rd, 2007, 09:25 PM
It was hilarious. :lol:
Thank God for DVR. I just was turning on to The View, I haven't done it in awhile and I turned to this. :eek:

That was good television. Elisabeth got a lot off her mind. You could tell that she was holding some stuff back for months.
Rosie did make her look a little dumb though and whoever didn't go to commercial is a genius.

RJWCapriati
May 23rd, 2007, 09:48 PM
Rosie needs to whoop that bitch's ass.

Dawn Marie
May 23rd, 2007, 10:13 PM
Elizabeth is a dumb ass republican. I don't like her and disagree with many of her dumb ass views.

I hope Rosie beats her ass with more words in the future. Elizabeth can't even give a direct answer to a simple question just like her republican friends.

Eliz and Bush are DUMBFUCKS!!

BoucharDRules
May 23rd, 2007, 10:27 PM
Poor Elizabeth...the only voice of sanity, surrounded by a bunch of radical libstains. :sad: :help:

Brooklyn90
May 23rd, 2007, 10:29 PM
:haha: I love bitch fights!

!<blocparty>!
May 23rd, 2007, 10:49 PM
What the hell was that?

Loose Women is so much better. :p

OMG I just admitted to watching Loose Women. :o:tape:

ToeTag
May 24th, 2007, 12:46 AM
Dumb ass ET reported that "both women were screaming, and both were near tears". Oh, bullshit. It definitely got personal, but a lot of the reporting of it has been *shock* sexist!

piercerocks
May 24th, 2007, 01:04 AM
the view is such a joke.. omg.

drake3781
May 24th, 2007, 01:05 AM
The video kept stopping for me while Joy was reading at the beginning, so all I could do was watch Elizabeth's face as she reacts to Joy's reading.

I notice Elizabeth isn't aging well: I think Republicans don't age well, too uptight and controlling and unfortunately mostly nasty people, which takes its toll on the facial features. I don't know if it has ever been studied, but from experience, I am sure that liberal people age better than conservatives. :cool:

CoryAnnAvants#1
May 24th, 2007, 01:46 AM
I'm a liberal, but I side with Elizabeth on this one.

Rosie is a bully. It's not the bull-dyke against the innocent republican. It's somebody who refuses to listen to anybody else and then cries sexism or homophobia or "weight-ism" when her opinions are remotely questioned.

In terms of actual opinion on the war, I lean more towards Rosie's side. But in terms of who handled that conflict on the show better, I'd go with Elizabeth. Rosie kept jumping down Elizabeth's throat and wouldn't even give her the chance to speak.

Rosie needs her own show. Not because she "was" the View or any bullshit like that, but because she's clearly not capable of working with anyone else without pissing them off. And with all of her money, she doesn't have to. She's now in a financial position to do what she wants, when she wants...and that's obviously what she intends on doing.

On a side note, Joy is hilarious...she stays clear of most of the bullshit and delivers funny lines at the right time during the height of the absurdity on that show.

Wine, Dine & 69
May 24th, 2007, 02:03 AM
Rosie is a rude, arrogant, conspiracy driven once funny comedian who now thinks
she is a top social and political commentator.

She can't hold a conversation.
She can only insult and demean those who disagree w/her.
That's her style.


She makes Bill Mahr look like Albert Einstein.

Rosie is fishing here for more tv time to get her show going. What gets more
ABC affiliates to give The View the mandatory 'news' time in the evening than
another Rosie rude slap at Elizabeth, or anyone who dares to disagree w/her.
Babs and Joy knowing their old lady status on the show doesn't draw ratings,
Rosie rants do, stay generally out of the way, or join in to bash the right.

Rosie doesn't just hate Bush, she hates the military, the idea that there may
be people out there who hate her, me, and you for not being exactly like them -
like Islamic fascists. She doesn't fathom that. It's all a conspiracy, set up
by corporations - like the ones that pay her millions of dollars to be who
she is.

The more I see and her, the more I think Donald Trump may be right. He's a complete
jerk, and somehow, she makes him more appealing.

Elizabeth doesn't asnwer her most of the time because what Rosie says is so
inept. It's also a NY audience, and that's pretty much leaning one way, and
it ain't with old Liz.
agreed. oh and just for the record, elizabeth is BANGING. :drool:

polishprodigy
May 24th, 2007, 02:17 AM
I like Rosie, but she believes in SO MANY conspiracy theories that she loses credibility.

I find Elizabeth to be naive sometimes, but I'm on her side on this one. Rosie's SUGGESTION that U.S. Troops were terrorists was bad optics. Elizabeth gave her a chance to clarify herself because she knows people got the wrong impression. But Rosie's remarks did not give the impression that she did not think that the troops were terrorists, although she states she "supports the troops". She needs to watch what she says or people will treat her "I support the troops" remarks as empty rhetoric.

Reminds me of the NDP in Canada, sometimes they say things that just blow your mind (about Canada's role in Afghanistan).

NyCPsU
May 24th, 2007, 02:56 AM
The video kept stopping for me while Joy was reading at the beginning, so all I could do was watch Elizabeth's face as she reacts to Joy's reading.

I notice Elizabeth isn't aging well: I think Republicans don't age well, too uptight and controlling and unfortunately mostly nasty people, which takes its toll on the facial features. I don't know if it has ever been studied, but from experience, I am sure that liberal people age better than conservatives. :cool:

:cuckoo::cuckoo:

so when they wheel you to and from the computer do you tell them all about your adventures online that day or do you just keep quiet? :help:

Williamsser
May 24th, 2007, 08:57 AM
Alicia Silverstone snubs Elisabeth! She walks right past Elisabeth and greets everyone else.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idRBJ8QTHM8

Erika_Angel
May 24th, 2007, 10:36 AM
Alicia Silverstone snubs Elisabeth! She walks right past Elisabeth and greets everyone else.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idRBJ8QTHM8

During the Interview Elisabeth was asking most of the questions and Alicia was answering them perfectly politely; no animosity at all.

polishprodigy
May 24th, 2007, 02:27 PM
During the Interview Elisabeth was asking most of the questions and Alicia was answering them perfectly politely; no animosity at all.

But you have to admit that was an obvious snub!

Erika_Angel
May 24th, 2007, 03:07 PM
But you have to admit that was an obvious snub!

I admit nothing! mwa ha ha!

It was a bit of a snub, and it was pretty rude. Elisabeth just gives her opinions, whether you agree with her or not, they should be respected.

I think a lot of people here obviously don't watch the view. Elisabeth, the other day, was asked the same thing by Rosie and she explained that some statements Rosie makes are not clear and can easily be misconstrued (she said something about how Americans invaded Iraq and asked 'who are the REAL terrorists?' - a statement which could easily be taken out of context). Elisabeth just said to Rosie that she could set the record straight which obviously Rosie was offended by.

I believe the reason why Elisabeth didn't say an outright 'no' was because she wanted to get the point across that that was what it sounded like Rosie was saying; Elisabeth even said that she did not believe that that was what Rosie had meant. She wasn't suggesting Rosie had meant that, purely that Rosie should think before she speaks.

Rosie is a bit of a bully in the sense that she likes to attack Elisabeth calling her young, naive, a coward and numerous other things, which in a public forum is totally disrespectful. Elisabeth never stoops to that level and if she did Rosie would be all over it.

I personally think Elisabeth holds her own quite well against Rosie & Joy. I don't always agree with what she has to say, but out of the three, she is the one who seems to have done her research and to have an actual interest in politics that isn't fueled by anti-Bush sentiments. The other two just yap on about why Bush isn't impeached yet, and the only facts Rosie knows is the amount of troops who have died which she constantly claims nobody cares about.

Shane54
May 24th, 2007, 04:17 PM
Its good to see that Dawn Marie is at her ole "mature" ways again. Reverting to immature name calling. Rosie needs to take responsibility for her own words and not leave it up to Elisabeth. Rosie is a big girl. She can take care of herself I am sure

samsung101
May 24th, 2007, 04:30 PM
Republicans don't age well?
Again, the amusing (even if unintentional) rants of the left.

Ted Kennedy. The Poster Boy for Liberals Aging Well. OK.


Thank goodness Elizabeth finally stood up for herself. Rosie gets to
blow up and spew lies and myths and conspiracy theories as if they
are fact and truth each day, and the other women cower around her.
Liz gets in a shot once in a while, and not much more.

Do this every day Elizabeth. Call out old Rosie for her act.

Rosie could get her point across just as well without
stomping on people who are sitting politely right next
to her. She is impolite and rude and nasty, without any
reason to be that way. What? Is Joy going to get up and
hit her, or even interrupt her? No way. She likes to be
loud and bullish, to hear herself talk.

Rosie is rude. She's a boorish overbearing rude woman.
That isn't necessary to be controversial, opinionated, or
a tv ratings grabber. She just likes to be rude and bullish.

However, I wouldnt' be surprised if it was all staged by ABC to
make sure the ABC affiliates put The View segment on the newscasts
to see the controversy.

MH0861
May 24th, 2007, 04:32 PM
The video kept stopping for me while Joy was reading at the beginning, so all I could do was watch Elizabeth's face as she reacts to Joy's reading.

I notice Elizabeth isn't aging well: I think Republicans don't age well, too uptight and controlling and unfortunately mostly nasty people, which takes its toll on the facial features. I don't know if it has ever been studied, but from experience, I am sure that liberal people age better than conservatives. :cool:

Uh, what? Isn't she like 30 (and pregnant) anyways? :confused:

¤CharlDa¤
May 24th, 2007, 06:21 PM
That was just awesome.

Alicia rocks :lol:

I won't get in the political argument. But I do agree that both Rosie and Liz like the way they are portrayed. Rosie doesn't mind being shown as a bully cause she knows she is. What she hates is that people treat Liz totally differently. Liz knows it and does use it to her own advantage.

Renee
May 24th, 2007, 06:25 PM
The video kept stopping for me while Joy was reading at the beginning, so all I could do was watch Elizabeth's face as she reacts to Joy's reading.

I notice Elizabeth isn't aging well: I think Republicans don't age well, too uptight and controlling and unfortunately mostly nasty people, which takes its toll on the facial features. I don't know if it has ever been studied, but from experience, I am sure that liberal people age better than conservatives. :cool:


Totally agree Elizabeth isn't aging well. Girl looks like a damn shrew and hasn't even hit thirty yet has she?

samsung101
May 24th, 2007, 06:26 PM
Yeah, Liz is polite.
Whereas, Rosie is rude.

It's terrible people treat Liz differently for that.

Fact is Liz is nowhere near as famous as Rosie who had
her own tv show, has been in films, etc., for nearly
20 years.

Rosie wants Liz to defend her to the right wing.
Uh, is that part of the job classification.

Whereas, Rosie is not held up to defend Liz to
the left wing? Well, the far left wing wearing
aluminum hats? No.

Rosie can smear anyone and anything, and expects
to get away w/it as just being opinionated. She, like
most left wing pundits and fans, cannot stand being
asked to defend their position with facts, or take
similar verbal attacks to what they say, that they
dish out so liberally. Much like the Dixie Chicks,
who whined all the way to the bank about only making
10 million each, instead of 20 million each, for their
last CD, and having people actually say 'hey, that
isn't something I agree with Natalie..' - Rosie can
dish it out, and really cannot take it very well.

TennisFan75
May 24th, 2007, 06:52 PM
Elizabeth is not all that polite, she generally talks over the other gals and even when she says she will let them speak keeps a running commentary as they speak.. they all talk over each other at times, but by no means is Elizabeth the "polite" one...

canoe.
May 24th, 2007, 06:56 PM
'hey, that
isn't something I agree with Natalie..'Er, there was A LOT more said than that! The chicks had death threats, and radio stations refusing to play their music. What's the matter, can't the righties stand someone having a different opinion from them?
and then cries sexism or homophobia or "weight-ism" when her opinions are remotely questionedIf you watched how many right wing cable news shows bitched, complained and moaned about almost everything she said then it was obvious something more was going on then just questioning her view. Their panties really only get in a twist when O'Donnell says anything not Bill Marhr{sp}, or Keith Oblermann{sp}. It seemed to be a systematic bitch out at RD.

Kenny
May 24th, 2007, 07:32 PM
Rosie was right on. This show was awesome. Really!

BUT TODAY'S SHOW.. we missed because freaking President Bush had a fucking announcement.. is there a link online for today's show at all???

Kenny
May 24th, 2007, 07:45 PM
I HATE how the person twisted what Rosie was saying in this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhnrsHfmDkQ&NR=1

Cat's Pajamas
May 24th, 2007, 07:57 PM
The real victor on that show was Sherri, not being completely obsurd and hilarious with her commentary; it's refreshing to see a true independent on the show occasionally :cool:

BUBI
May 24th, 2007, 09:43 PM
Big fat lesbian loud Rosie attacks innocent pure christian Elizabeth :awww::haha:

mykarma
May 24th, 2007, 10:53 PM
Rosie needs to learn how to give her opinion without bullying everyone else into taking the same one.
I don't like Rosie at all but can't believe you people saying Rosie was rude and bullying Elizabeth when Elizabeth is the one that kept the argument going and did most of the arguing. How many times did Rosie say "I don't want to fight with you about this Elizabeth", and Elizabeth kept running her mouth and also pointing her finger at Rosie.

I'm not surprised that Samsung and someone that loves the rebel flag would blame Rosie.

mykarma
May 24th, 2007, 11:05 PM
Yeah, Liz is polite.
Whereas, Rosie is rude.

It's terrible people treat Liz differently for that.

Fact is Liz is nowhere near as famous as Rosie who had
her own tv show, has been in films, etc., for nearly
20 years.

Rosie wants Liz to defend her to the right wing.
Uh, is that part of the job classification.

Whereas, Rosie is not held up to defend Liz to
the left wing? Well, the far left wing wearing
aluminum hats? No.

Rosie can smear anyone and anything, and expects
to get away w/it as just being opinionated. She, like
most left wing pundits and fans, cannot stand being
asked to defend their position with facts, or take
similar verbal attacks to what they say, that they
dish out so liberally. Much like the Dixie Chicks,
who whined all the way to the bank about only making
10 million each, instead of 20 million each, for their
last CD, and having people actually say 'hey, that
isn't something I agree with Natalie..' - Rosie can
dish it out, and really cannot take it very well.
:eek:

MH0861
May 25th, 2007, 02:32 AM
I just feel bad for Rosie here, yes she's outspoken and can 'bully' people, but she considered Elisabeth a friend here and counted on her support here, and to get that response -- dodging the question Rosie asked her, and then bringing up Trump - I can understand why Rosie would feel hurt. I know they have completely different political views, but during this whole year it seemed like they really were friends, and I'm sure Rosie felt betrayed.

antonella
May 25th, 2007, 03:52 AM
Isn't Rosie expected to leave in June?? If so, I think she'll go out with all guns blazing. I'm going to make sure I watch this crap for some masochistic reason.

treufreund
May 25th, 2007, 08:53 AM
Rosie Rocks!!! Elizabeth made some good points too but she was rude to Joy. She could not handle the FACTS laid out by JOY!

Rocketta
May 25th, 2007, 09:57 AM
I just feel bad for Rosie here, yes she's outspoken and can 'bully' people, but she considered Elisabeth a friend here and counted on her support here, and to get that response -- dodging the question Rosie asked her, and then bringing up Trump - I can understand why Rosie would feel hurt. I know they have completely different political views, but during this whole year it seemed like they really were friends, and I'm sure Rosie felt betrayed.

Yeah I just saw in US Weekly, that Rosie and Elizabeth takes their kids on play dates and stuff. Seems like Rosie was calling someone out on having two faces. :tape:

mykarma
May 25th, 2007, 04:33 PM
The video kept stopping for me while Joy was reading at the beginning, so all I could do was watch Elizabeth's face as she reacts to Joy's reading.

I notice Elizabeth isn't aging well: I think Republicans don't age well, too uptight and controlling and unfortunately mostly nasty people, which takes its toll on the facial features. I don't know if it has ever been studied, but from experience, I am sure that liberal people age better than conservatives. :cool:
That was funny. Elizabeth didn't like what Joy was saying one bit. :lol:

Crazy Canuck
May 25th, 2007, 07:15 PM
It kind of bothered me Elisabeth wouldnt just give a yes or no answer. Thats all Rosie asked and she said she didnt want to fight because they will make big, fat, lesbian Rosie sound likes she is picking on poor, little, republican Elisabeth.
I can understand why Elisabeth didn't want to respond with a simple yes or no. She was being baited. I totally hate when people do that to me, so I likewise refuse to give a simple yes or no. Either they let me explain my point of view in response, of they shouldn't bother asking me :angel:

Crazy Canuck
May 25th, 2007, 07:17 PM
Yeah I just saw in US Weekly, that Rosie and Elizabeth takes their kids on play dates and stuff. Seems like Rosie was calling someone out on having two faces. :tape:
That would only be two faced if Elisabeth acted like a different person and provided Rosie with more support off-air. And even then, on air is entertainment. It's not Elisabeth's job to be Rosie's friend while on air.

griffin
May 25th, 2007, 07:19 PM
Isn't Rosie expected to leave in June?? If so, I think she'll go out with all guns blazing. .

I agree. She should stop holding back.






:haha:

Crazy Canuck
May 25th, 2007, 07:23 PM
The video kept stopping for me while Joy was reading at the beginning, so all I could do was watch Elizabeth's face as she reacts to Joy's reading.

I notice Elizabeth isn't aging well: I think Republicans don't age well, too uptight and controlling and unfortunately mostly nasty people, which takes its toll on the facial features. I don't know if it has ever been studied, but from experience, I am sure that liberal people age better than conservatives. :cool:

Not that it matters, but I thought she looked fantastic.

sfselesfan
May 25th, 2007, 08:08 PM
This show is toast when Rosie leaves. The only intelligent person on the show is Joy, and even she is only mildly intelligent. A third-rate celebrity like Joy cannot carry the show. Roseanne would be a disaster. Elizabeth is a complete and utter brainwashed-retard. Barbara is bordering on senility. It's over.

SF

CrossCourt~Rally
May 25th, 2007, 09:03 PM
BREAKING NEWS: ROSIE TO LEAVE THE VIEW



Rosie to Leave "The View"


ABC has just announced that Rosie O'Donnell will not be back on "The View."

Brian Frons, President of ABC Daytime, issued the following statement:

"We had hoped that Rosie would be with us until the end of her contract three weeks from now, but Rosie has informed us that she would like an early leave. Therefore, we part ways, thank her for her tremendous contribution to 'The View' and wish her well."

Barbara Walters said: "I brought Rosie to the show. Rosie contributed to one of our most exciting and successful years at "The View." I am most appreciative. Our close and affectionate relationship will not change."

For her part, Rosie said: "I'm extremely grateful. It's been an amazing year and I love all three women."

CrossCourt~Rally
May 25th, 2007, 09:05 PM
Did Rosie Leave Trail of Trash, 'Staches?


Rosie O'Donnell may have burned whatever bridges she had at "The View," after her ballistic blowup with Elisabeth Hasselbeck, allegedly trashing her dressing room in anger.

And that's not all! Her chief writer, Janette Barber, reports Page Six, was escorted from ABC studios after she was caught drawing moustaches on photos of Elisabeth hanging around the building. Indeed, ABC confirmed to the Post that "photographs at 'The View's" offices were defaced," though it adds that Rosie wasn't around when it happened.

As for the dressing room meltdown, ABC denies it. Still, Rosie continues to be cryptic about whether she's coming back next week, with her latest blog posting saying, "There is a point u must step away from the canvas as the work is done."

:haha:

CrossCourt~Rally
May 25th, 2007, 09:21 PM
Rosie O'Donnell Won't Be Back on 'The View'


Early Exit Comes Days After Bitter Exchange With Co-Host


NEW YORK (May 25) - Rosie O'Donnell has fought her last fight at 'The View.' ABC said Friday she won't be back on the show following her angry confrontation with co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck on Wednesday.

O'Donnell asked for, and received, an early exit from her contract. She was due to leave "The View" in mid-June.

"Rosie contributed to one of our most exciting and successful years at `The View,"' show creator Barbara Walters said. "I am most appreciative. Our close and affectionate relationship will not change."

In a statement, O'Donnell said she was grateful. "It's been an amazing year and I love all three women."

Presumably, that includes Hasselbeck. The two exchanged bitter words on Wednesday over O'Donnell's opposition to the war in Iraq. They've frequently had snippy political exchanges during O'Donnell's year on the daytime chatfest, but never as long and loud as that one.

"What you did was not defend me. ... I asked you if you believed what the Republican pundits were saying - you said nothing, and that's cowardly," O'Donnell said.

Responded a stern Hasselbeck: "Do not call me a coward, because No. 1, I sit here every single day, open my heart and tell people what I believe."


O'Donnell and Hasselbeck were shown on a split screen as the argument progressed without commercial interruption.

"Do you believe that I think our troops are terrorists? And you would not even look me in the face, Elisabeth, and say, `No, Rosie,"' O'Donnell said.

Responded Hasselbeck: "Because you are an adult, and I am certainly not going to be the person for you to explain your thoughts. They're your thoughts! Defend your own insinuations!"

O'Donnell, who is leaving the ABC daytime talk show next month ( actually she will not be back ), said she wasn't going to fight anymore. "So for three weeks, you can say all the Republican crap you want."

Hasselbeck discussed the war of words in an interview with syndicated entertainment show "Extra" that was to air Wednesday evening.

"I honestly think, I believe that we are mature women who can resolve," she said. "I hope we can. I would hope that a disagreement or a heated debate wouldn't be the end of a relationship."

In a posting on her blog, O'Donnell wrote: "a split screen, new heights, or lows, depending on who u ask."

fufuqifuqishahah
May 25th, 2007, 09:42 PM
BREAKING NEWS: ROSIE TO LEAVE THE VIEW

Barbara Walters said: "I brought Rosie to the show. Rosie contributed to one of our most exciting and successful years at "The View." I am most appreciative. Our close and affectionate relationship will not change."




:lick: :lol: :eek:


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wait so when is she leaving?

CrossCourt~Rally
May 25th, 2007, 09:47 PM
:lick: :lol: :eek:


===

wait so when is she leaving?

Yeah:lol: , more Babs Walters BULLSHIT :rolleyes: :p

Elske
May 25th, 2007, 09:53 PM
I don't like Rosie at all but can't believe you people saying Rosie was rude and bullying Elizabeth when Elizabeth is the one that kept the argument going and did most of the arguing. How many times did Rosie say "I don't want to fight with you about this Elizabeth and Elizabeth kept running her mouth and also pointing her finger at Rosie.

Totally agree with you on this one, Elisabeth was the one who kept it going

Joy is one funny lady though :lol:

and Alicia :lol: :o


Give Rosie a new show!

CrossCourt~Rally
May 25th, 2007, 11:06 PM
Totally agree with you on this one, Elisabeth was the one who kept it going

Joy is one funny lady though :lol:

and Alicia :lol: :o


Give Rosie a new show!

When the VIEW leaves the air i would love for JOY to star in her own sitcom ;) :bounce:

antonella
May 26th, 2007, 12:05 AM
Listen to what Donald Trump has to say about Elizabeth, scroll down to the bottom:

http://celebslam.com/

Rocketta
May 26th, 2007, 12:37 AM
I want to know who was drawing the mustache on Elizabeth's pictures? :lol:

I don't blame Rosie, I wouldn't waste my time with the last 3 weeks. :(

antonella
May 26th, 2007, 12:51 AM
I want to know who was drawing the mustache on Elizabeth's pictures? :lol:

'In other news from The View, Rosie’s chief writer, Janette Barber, will most likely be following her boss out the door. Following the much-hyped verbal clash (http://www.celebslam.com/elisabeth-hasselbeck-view-snub) between Rosie and co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck a few days ago, Barber was caught … wait for it now … drawing moustaches on photos of Elisabeth that hang around the studio.' -From the New York Post

canoe.
May 26th, 2007, 01:03 AM
'In other news from The View, Rosie’s chief writer, Janette Barber, will most likely be following her boss out the door. Following the much-hyped verbal clash (http://www.celebslam.com/elisabeth-hasselbeck-view-snub) between Rosie and co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck a few days ago, Barber was caught … wait for it now … drawing moustaches on photos of Elisabeth that hang around the studio.' -From the New York Post

Entertainment Tonight reported that ABC says that is not true.

antonella
May 26th, 2007, 01:07 AM
Well, maybe Donald Trump sneaked in with a pen.

CrossCourt~Rally
May 26th, 2007, 01:35 AM
Well, maybe Donald Trump sneaked in with a pen.


:haha:

harloo
May 26th, 2007, 01:58 AM
Listen to what Donald Trump has to say about Elizabeth, scroll down to the bottom:

http://celebslam.com/

Donald needs to fall back on this one. He sounds like a woman scorned. I wonder was he wearing panties while ranting about Elizabeth and Rosie?
:lol:

Bye Rosie!:bounce: :bounce: Now if Barbara and Co could get rid of Elizabeth everything in the world would be right.:tape:

I see a cancellation coming soon.

Veritas
May 26th, 2007, 02:58 AM
Why are people dissing Rosie for jumping down on other people's throats when the supposedly petite, wholesome, WHITE Christian woman was talking over the others in the first place? :confused:

Rosie didn't say anything the when Elizabeth and Joy had their exchange. It was only when Elizabeth made the "enemies in Iraq" comment that Rosie stepped in to try and clarify what she meant.

If anything, Rosie was just behaving like what most Americans would do: she remained calm, but got defensive when attacked. And Elizabeth was the one who attacked FIRST.

Veritas
May 26th, 2007, 03:02 AM
I wish Joy would learn to shutthefukup sometimes - she loves the sound of her own voice too much.

canoe.
May 26th, 2007, 03:23 AM
Why are people dissing Rosie for jumping down on other people's throats when the supposedly petite, wholesome, WHITE Christian woman was talking over the others in the first place? :confused:

Rosie didn't say anything the when Elizabeth and Joy had their exchange. It was only when Elizabeth made the "enemies in Iraq" comment that Rosie stepped in to try and clarify what she meant.

If anything, Rosie was just behaving like what most Americans would do: she remained calm, but got defensive when attacked. And Elizabeth was the one who attacked FIRST.

Well, exactly, but Rosie said it best: *paraphrasing* "Cuz she is a big fat lesbian". That's why she gets it! Of course ppl denie this till the cows come home.

CrossCourt~Rally
May 26th, 2007, 05:43 AM
The View
Season 11
Panel


Bonnie Hunt (Moderator)

Gayle King
(Co-Host)
----------------
Joy Behar
(Co-Host)

Elizabeth Hasselbeck
(Co-Host)

Barbara Walters
(Co-Host)


Your heard it here first...;)

Elske
May 26th, 2007, 05:57 AM
Gayle :drool: :worship: :D

tennisboi
May 26th, 2007, 11:07 AM
Rosie rules!!

Shane54
May 27th, 2007, 02:46 AM
Alicia Silverstone---washed up Hollywood career ---Now that rocks! :lol:

That was just awesome.

Alicia rocks :lol:

I won't get in the political argument. But I do agree that both Rosie and Liz like the way they are portrayed. Rosie doesn't mind being shown as a bully cause she knows she is. What she hates is that people treat Liz totally differently. Liz knows it and does use it to her own advantage.