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Diane Lane and Tony Shalhoub, 2 Fat 2 Fly Stuffed Chicken Wings and The View-er of The Week Lauren Hill

By The View | Mar 20th, 2015

Co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie Perez, Nicolle Wallace  and guest co-hosts Raven-Symoné and James Munroe discuss the latest hot topics and present The View-er of The Week; Lauren Hill.

Hot Topic: Skills and Mills
Millennials are highly unskilled and unemployed. Nicolle Wallace blames Twitter, as millennials spend too much time on it. The co-hosts agree millennials are not learning the trade skills and coding skills necessary to be successful in the future.

Hot Topic: Is Chivalry Sexist?
Research has found that men who demonstrate chivalrous behavior may actually be sexist. It is called "Benevolent Sexism." Guest co-host Raven-Symoné understands the concept as she does not let men pay for her dinner as allowing them to do so could insinuate that they are entitled to something more after dinner.

Hot Topic: Vaccine and Heard
"The View" co-hosts debate if it is wrong for grandparents to have their grandchildren vaccinated against the parents’ wishes. Whoopi feels this issue extends beyond family as not vaccinating a child could have consequences for everyone, including other children.

Diane Lane & Tony Shalhoub on "The View": The Stars of “The Mystery of Love & Sex”
Actors Diane Lane and Tony Shalhoub tell "The View" co-hosts about their Broadway show "The Mystery of Love & Sex."  The show is about divorced parents helping their actress daughter learn about love and sex.

Owners of 2 Fat 2 Fly Truck Make Stuffed Chicken Wings with "The View" Co-hosts
Ramone Dickerson and Corey Simmons, owners of 2 Fat 2 Fly and stars of the OWN show of the same name, make royale with cheese and Greek stuffed chicken wings with Whoopi Goldberg and Nicolle Wallace.

The View-er of The Week: Lauren Hill
Lauren Hill is the first 'View-er of the Week.' "The View" co-hosts share the inspirational story of how Lauren Hill reached her goal of playing college basketball despite being diagnosed with brain cancer.

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