It was an even more chaotic show on Wednesday’s The View after viewers heard a loud fart noise during the live broadcast.
The mid-show interruption was accompanied by an inexplicable puddle of water as the ladies just began discussing the classified documents found in the home of former Vice President Mike Pence.
In a segment during the show, host Whoopi Goldberg can be seen pointing out the puddle of water to co-host Sara Haines and telling Haines to move her chair, causing the noise to be heard.
The incident is just the latest in a series of hilarious and chaotic mishaps on the show, which includes an earlier time Goldberg was caught stepping on the gas.
The final fart sound came just after Donald Trump’s former aide, Alyssa Farah Griffin, began saying her part about the documents found at Pence’s home.
Griffith, who also worked as a former press secretary for Pence, shared her surprise at the news when Goldberg began pointing out the water to Haines.
Goldberg points to a fairly large puddle on the desk and says “um” under his breath while Haines jumps back and says “oops.”
Haines begins to move quickly, shifting her chair, which is when the sound rips.
Co-host Joy Behar then looks over at Griffith, who is still trying to talk coherently about Pence, and starts laughing at the situation.
“Something spilled on the other side of the table,” Griffith says, laughing.
“Now it’s on my pants,” Haines replies.
In a segment during the show, host Whoopi Goldberg can be seen pointing out the puddle of water to co-host Sara Haines and telling Haines to move her chair, causing the noise to be heard
The final fart sound came just after Donald Trump’s former aide, Alyssa Farah Griffin, began saying her part about the documents found at Pence’s home
Haines and Goldberg, seated across from Griffith, then spent the next few minutes cleaning up the mess.
The two ladies push the water off the table with their theme cards.
The situation may have struck a chord with the ladies, who carry on as normal and no longer mention the water or the gassy noise.
It could also be that the ladies of The View were unfazed by the scene, as mayhem and hilarious accidents have become commonplace on the show.
Haines and Goldberg, seated across from Griffith, then spent the next few minutes cleaning up the mess
The situation caused co-host Joy Behar to look over in confusion
In 2014, a situation similar to Wednesday’s bloat unfolded and was later dubbed the “fart goal” by the internet.
Goldberg insisted afterwards that she wasn’t responsible for the tone that erupted in the middle of a discussion the previous day.
“There was a sound effect that we hadn’t heard before,” the comedian explained.
“I’m like, ‘Damn, this is weird, what can I do?’ Oh I know! I’ll pretend to let go of something. As a joke,” said the EGOT winner.
Some on the internet didn’t believe the hot air over… hot air.
Gassy faux pas: Whoopi Goldberg said the fart heard on The View was a joke she played on
The sound came as the group of women were discussing flu shots when a toot abruptly ended the conversation and turned to Goldberg, who got up from her seat and said, “Sorry! Oooh, oooh.’
The panel played up the faux pas, with Ashanti joking, “That’s the flu shot, that’s what she does to you.”
In another more recent situation, Joy Behar planted herself in the face in front of a live studio audience as she took the stage and walked to her seat last year.
The face-first fall happened in March and prompted hilarious comments on social media.
“See, if Wendy Williams was still hosting her show, she would have included Joy in her case of shame,” one person noted.
“The absolute best episode of The View ever,” said one YouTube commenter.
“A great moment in television history,” added another person.