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In the swirl of 'The View,' a stabilizing force

Joy Behar (center, with fellow panelist Whoopi Goldberg) gets prepped to go before the cameras on 'The View.' Joy Behar (center, with fellow panelist Whoopi Goldberg) gets prepped to go before the cameras on "The View." (Joe tabacca for the boston globe)
By Joanna Weiss
Globe Staff / April 20, 2008

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NEW YORK - On the day Barack Obama came in to gab with the ladies of "The View," Joy Behar was sick. Some-nasty-virus, in-need-of-chicken-soup sick, so sick that she skipped the 11 a.m. live show to stay in bed. But for the Obama episode, taped that afternoon to air the following day, she dragged herself into the ABC studios, arriving ... (Full article: 1566 words)

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