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Controversial ISIS Skit on SNL, Female Comedians Becoming More Raunchy and Colin Quinn

By The View | Mar 2nd, 2015

Co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie Perez, Nicolle Wallace  and guest co-host Padma Lakshmi discuss current hot topics including Dakota Johnson's SNL ISIS sketch.

Hot Topic: SNL Controversy
Saturday Night Live tackled ISIS in new skit with celebrity host Dakota Johnson. Many wonder did they go too far? "The View" co-hosts believe that making fun of a dangerous organization in this manner helps to discredit ISIS and their negative message.

Hot Topic: Snow Ball's Chance
Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe refutes climate change by bringing a snow ball to the Senate floor. The co-hosts are upset by Inhofe's ignorance on the sugbject. Nicolle Wallace also weighs in on why Republicans not believing in climate change makes them look foolish.

Hot Topic: Bad Girls Rule
There is a trend in TV and film of female comedians making more raunchy jokes. From Bridesmaids  to Girls and Amy Schumer to Sarah Silverman women are infusing more potty humor into their comedy.

Hot Topic: Read to Know
First Book and Disney|ABC team up with the Hot Dudes Reading Instagram account to bring books to children in need.

To donate in support of #HotDudesReadingForACause, visit http://igg.me/at/hotdudesreading

To learn more about HotDudesReading visit www.hotdudesreading.com or @hotdudesreading on Instagram

For more information about First Book and Disney/ABC’s Magic of Storytelling campaign visit www.firstbook.org/beinspired

Guest: Actor and Comedian Colin Quinn
Actor and comedian Colin Quinn talks about sitting next to Whoopi Goldberg at the SNL 40th Anniversary Show, his role on HBO's Girls and his new web series Cop Show.

Must Have Monday 3/2/15
Must Have Monday on The View featuring Headphones, Watches, Curling Irons and Tote Bags.

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