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Duggar Parents Ask Public to Forgive Their Son Josh, Big Bang Theory Star Kunal Nayyar, Cat Deely on New Season of "So You Think You Can Dance," and Boxer Andre Ward on "The View"

By Marisa Dabney | Jun 4th, 2015

Co-hosts Whoopi GoldbergRosie PerezNicolle Wallace and guest co-hosts Molly Sims and Raven-Symoné discuss Duggar Parents interview with Fox's Megyn Kelly.

Hot Topic: Duggar Parents Speak
Whoopi feels the Duggars in their interview with Megyn Kelly talked about God forgiving their son yet they spread intolerance towards others who do not align with their beliefs, like the transgender community. Rosie Perez also hopes the kids involved get the help they need. The Duggars argued their son is not a pedophile because he was 15 at the time but many fell no matter what age he was he did violate his younger sisters.

Hot Topic: Up in Arms
"The View" co-hosts cannot believe a man in Atlanta was able to enter an airport with a rifle. The discussion prompts Whoopi and Raven-Symone to talk about the guns they own.

Hot Topic: Whoopi's Socks
Whoopi Goldberg has created Whoopi's Socks which are socks with designs inspired by stories she loves.  The socks are available at sockdreams.com and they are made in the US.

"The Big Bang Theory" Actor Kunal Nayyar on "The View"
Big Bang Theory" star Kunal Nayyar tells the co-hosts that the people and the writing on the show is the reason for its success. He admits he based his character on his cousin. He also stars in a new off broadway show written and directed by Jesse Eisenberg and has a new memoir coming out this fall. 

Cat Deely Talks about the Exciting Changes to the New Season of "So You Think You Can Dance"
Cat Deely tells "The View" co-hosts about the exciting new changes on "So You Think You Can Dance." She also explains why the show is now incorporating street dancing and plays a dancing guessing game with the co-hosts.

Olympic Gold Winning Boxer Andre Ward 
Andre Ward discusses his upcoming fight and how he got signed to Jay-Z's Rock Nation Sports. He is also a commentator for HBO sports.

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