The ladies were hanging with Dr. Oz yesterday ... when he asked if any of the women had tore some ass during the segment.
Whoopi's hands shot up ... as she proclaimed, "There is more room out than in!"
Ya gotta check out Barbara's face ... classic.
Whoopi said she was sorry she called the NYT article "shoddy reporting" ... but reiterated she "personally" felt it was wrong that several actors -- including herself -- were not mentioned.
Joy has poked fun on both of her shows about the fact Snooki has "written" a book. So in some form of revenge, Snooki and Jwoww conjured up a pair of Jewish accents and made fun of Joy -- calling her an "Italian wannabe" who hates the "Jersey Shore" kids because kids like them ruined her childhood ... back during the Great Depression.
Hasselbeck had been sued by Susan Hassett back in 2009 -- after Hassett alleged EH's book, "The G-Free Diet: A Gluten-Free Survival Guide," was a rip-off of her book, "Living with Celiac Disease."
The judge had originally 86'd Hassett's case on a technicality -- but she re-filed ... and Friday, it was decided once and for all that Hassett didn't have enough evidence to prove Hassselbeck violated her copyright.
An attorney for Hasselbeck tells TMZ, "Today's ruling is a complete victory. It confirms that Elisabeth wrote her best-selling book "The G-Free Diet" based on her own personal experiences and did not copy a thing from the plaintiff."
Geddie and his wife, Barbara Ann, are being sued by Annjeanette George, who claims the Geddie's vehicle hit the motorcycle she was riding on near LAX in December, 2008, causing serious injuries.
According to the complaint, Bill and Barbara Ann "owned, controlled, repaired, entrusted, maintained and operated" the vehicle.
The suit was filed Thursday in L.A. County Superior Court, just before the statute of limitations ran out.
Annjeanette claims she'll have to endure physicians, surgeons and others to heal. She's suing for unspecified damages.
We could not reach Geddie for comment.
Boyle was belting out "O Holy Night" -- when she began coughing and backed away from the mic ... then asked the producer if she could start over ... all while the cameras continued to roll.
After several awkward seconds, Whoopi and Sherri swooped in and bailed her out.
Producers tell us Boyle will retape her performance for the West Coast.
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The ladies launched right into the controversy on this morning's show -- with both Whoopi and Joy insisting they were "glad" that they left.
But Babs -- still upset with the way things went down -- said, "You don't walk out of your own home ... you can walk out of somebody else's home ... but you don't walk out of your own home."
As we previously reported, all hell broke loose on Thursday's show after O'Reilly stated "Muslims killed us on 9/11." O'Reilly has stood by his statements.
Shepherd was at LaGuardia Airport yesterday, where she also insisted that Bill knew what buttons he was gonna push when he said, "Muslims killed us on 9/11."
As for dirty details from the set of "The View" -- Sherri seems to be under a gag order ... telling us, "I can't talk about that."
We're guessing the powers that be are holding that story for Monday's show ...
Tempers flared on both sides as O'Reilly argued that the mosque has no place near the World Trade Center site because "Muslims killed us on 9/11."
Just as the women stormed off stage -- a rattled Walters proclaimed, "You have just seen what should not happen ... we should be able to have discussions without washing our hands and screaming and walking off stage."
Walters continued, "I love my colleagues, but that should not have happened."
Whoopi and Joy eventually returned to the set ... though Joy did not return to her usual seat, located right next to Bill ... instead sitting on the end of the couch.
BTW -- we think both shows should announce the results of this poll.