It looks like Joy Behar‘s mind is still in the gutter. Less than a week after giving sex tips to the audience and only one day after accidentally calling the Jan. 6 insurrection the “Jan. 6 erection,” the View co-host is revealing her one major qualm with “porn films.”
The conversation came about during a Hot Topics segment where the ladies discussed one writer’s opinion that sex scenes are “dead.” Behar immediately quipped, “I don’t know what movies this writer’s watching. Bridgerton has more sex scenes than The Devil in Miss Jones.”
Meanwhile, Sara Haines pointed out that the hot and heavy scenes in the hit Netflix show mainly take place in Season 2, episode 7 of the series, while Sunny Hostin added that they’re found in episode 5 of the first season. But who’s counting?
In response to Behar saying you had to “use your imagination” in older movies, Hostin, who was still on the topic of Bridgerton, said, “I want you to show me. I don’t want to use my imagination. I want to see the Duke. I want to see Regé-[Jean Page]. I want to burn for him the way he is burning for her. I want to see everything.”
That’s when Behar took it full NSFW and went on to voice her one “objection to porn films.”
“They’re like gynecological testing grounds,” she said. “We want foreplay, we want music, we want warm-up. A woman needs to be loved.”
Alyssa Farah Griffin chimed in, adding that she wants “good lighting,” while Haines said, “We want a storyline. Make me lust. Massage it. Just massage. We need more.”
Hostin — a clear Bridgerton superfan — then made her final attempt to persuade Behar to watch the risqué period drama.
“This was from the female gaze. So all that massaging and stuff that was needed, it was there. And that’s why I think I found it, in particular, so sexy,” she said, to which Behar joked, “I have too many Swedish movies with missing body parts to watch.”
The comedian concluded the risqué segment with one final piece of advice for the male species. She said, “You want men to learn from movies. Look up the word foreplay, guys.”