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Homer Simpson Leaves Marge for Lena Dunham, Ralph Nader Says Hillary Clinton Is Overcompensating, Comedian Colin Quinn on "The Coloring Book" and Unlocking the Truth Performs on "The View"

By Marisa Dabney | Jun 9th, 2015

Co-hosts Whoopi GoldbergRosie PerezNicolle Wallace and guest co-host Raven-Symoné and Brooke Anderson discuss race and comedy with comedian Colin Quin, author of "The Coloring Book."

Hot Topic: Broken Homer
After decades of marriage “The Simpsons” characters Homer and Marge are separating. Homer is leaving Marge for a new character voiced by Lena Dunham. Homer has strayed on the show before but this time he will officially split from Marge.

Hot Topic: The Fugitives: Update
"The View" co-hosts are still baffled by the escape of two prisoners in New York. Even more puzzling to them is why a Detective describing the prisoners chose to reveal that one of the men is well endowed.

Hot Topic: Big Bird is the Word
A study reveals that "Sesame Street" educates kids as much as pre-school. "The View" co-hosts agree that the show is a powerful educational tool for children and also helps them develop social and interpersonal skills.

Hot Topic: Hillary Compensating? 
Politician Ralph Nader says Hillary Clinton is being overly aggressive because as a woman she feels the need to overcompensate so men do not feel she is soft on issues of war. Guest co-host Brooke Anderson feels a politician’s actions and judgment should not be analyzed based on gender. 

Comedian Colin Quinn Talks about "The Coloring Book"
Colin Quinn explains why he wrote his new book, "The Coloring Book: A Comedian Solves Race Relations in America." He also agrees with Jerry Seinfeld's assumption that young white comics are not allowed to be as funny because of political correctness. 

Heavy Metal Band Unlocking the Truth Performs
Unlocking the Truth is a heavy metal band that happens to be comprised of three young and talented black teens; Malcolm Brickhouse, Alec Atkins and Jarad Dawkins. They tell "The View" co-hosts how they formed the group and how they balance school and being rock stars. They have also written a memoir. For more information on the band Unlocking the Truth, visit unlockingthetruthband.com.

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