Co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie Perez, Nicolle Wallace, Raven-Symoné and guest co-host Deborah Roberts talk to Ben, Carly and Suzy from ABC Family's "Becoming Us."
Hot Topic: Fountain of Youth?
Scientists have found a gene that makes some women appear younger. The gene is more prevalent in black women and can make women look up to ten years younger than their actual age. This science backs up the old adage that black don't crack.
Hot Topic: High Expectations
Nicolle Wallace warns identity politics sometimes makes people feel that their leaders owe them something more. This could have a negative impact on voting. An example of this is shown through some black voters feeling so disappointed by President Obama's perceived lack of achievements for the black community that they may refrain from voting for Hillary. "The View" co-hosts wonder if people's expectations were too high.
Hot Topic: Empty Nest Egg
Generation X and Millennials are afraid they won’t have enough money to retire. “The View” co-hosts feel this negative view of their future is a part of people’s distrust of government programs like social security. Additionally, people are working hard but still barely just getting by.
Rapper T.I. And Wife Tiny Play a Game Called "Does Your Boo Know You"
Rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny have been together for 14 years. They tell the co-hosts about their VH1 reality show "T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle." This season on the show their honeymoon was crashed by their kids. They also talk about whether or not they would collaborate on an album and play a game with the co-hosts called "Does Your Boo Know You?"
Ben, Carly and Suzy from "Becoming Us"
Ben and his parents Carly and Suzy talk about the new ABC Family show "Becoming Us" which documents their journey as Carly transitions from a man to a woman. Ben says his family is part of something that is becoming more normal and that his father was becoming a woman at the same time he was becoming a man.
Chef Ron Duprat Shares Recipes with a Haitian Flavor
Haitian Chef Ron Duprat came to America at age 16 after almost dying at sea to get here. He shares recipes that use Haitian flavors and spices and explains how he wants the Haitian community to look up to Chefs instead of down at them.