The way Candace Crème-Brule and Raven Symoron acted when the man who played the little boy on Who's The Boss? (Danny Pintauro is his name, I think?) came on to talk about HIV/AIDS was extremely disgusting and unexpected.
Candace being booed off the stage during the After The View segments.
Whoopi's behavior towards Rosie O, Paula, and Sunny has always been WTF because she ends up arguing against them over things she's agreed with in the past just for the sake of arguing. And occasionally she still acts that way with Sunny. Like a week or two ago, they brought up how she lost on Jeopardy and it was a funny, lighthearted moment. Then the next day, Ana was there again and slipped it into a conversation. Sunny played up the joke again, "Why'd you have to bring that up again?" Everyone was laughing except for Whoopi of course, who decided to be a hateful bitch: "JUST TO PISS YOU OFF!!!" and threw to commercial. Jesus. How has the woman not had a heart attack already if she turns to burning rage over dumb things like that?
The day Kelly Osbourne co-hosted at the end of Rosie Perez's season is another one and then Perez was made to apologize for pushing back on her racist comments.
Anything with Whoopi and Cosby, particularly the day they had a "specialist" come on and explain things to Whoopi for damage control.
Hasselbeck during Bill Maher's interview. She wouldn't allow him to talk about anything else but her. Jeez. Barbara Walters during the interview with Bonnie Hunt.
During the Year of Barbara: Whoopi reads the prompter. Barbara reads the same thing after Whoopi's done speaking. lol
Joy punching Nene Leakes at the beginning of an interview. lmao
The whole nurse controversy that happened out of nothing at all. Michelle Collins wasn't even mocking the profession, just the woman herself.
Collins not even getting a send-off; just disappearing one day.
News breaks that Elisabeth has been fired. Barbara and co. deny it the next day. Fast forward three months. One day the show starts with breaking news--Elisabeth announces it's her final day (around 2-3 months before the season was even over) and is gone the next day. Jedidiah being fired a month after she just signed a new contract to make way for McCain is another one.
When Joy had just returned and they interviewed Lindsay Graham (who was running for prez at the time) in one of her first days back by skype or whatever. This was a funny one to me, but, wow, they scalped him. You could still see his face on camera as they broke to commercial and he just looked like WTH just happened.
Their interview of Ben Carson was another one. I still remember a headline from the next day: "Whoopi Goldberg knifes the soul out of Ben Carson."
Sunny and Paula interviewing a family whose son had been killed by a police officer in what they felt was an example of police brutality. Paula decided to ask them leading questions to insinuate that perhaps it was their son's fault instead of the officer's and then Sunny called her racist to her face during the interview. I was shocked that Sunny actually had the balls to go there. You could tell Paula didn't expect it at all, but GOOD.
I can't remember what it was, but there was a day last year where McCain attacked Sunny--while Sunny was out, in Puerto Rico I believe--over something she'd said the day prior. When Sunny came back to the show, she actually addressed it unlike what you'd have expected and whipped McCain's little girl behind. The next segment they all had to cheer McCain up because she was on the verge of tears after Sunny was done with her. I feel like Sunny is a walking "Shit Just Got Real" meme.
Whoopi coming back from her back surgery too soon because she was scared Rosie O'Donnell was getting too comfortable. She was out of her mind on meds. I remember she was wearing that ugly green sweater and walked up to the screen behind the table acting crazy. I can't think of all the details right now, but everyone--even Nicolle--was looking at her like she was out of her mind.
But, honestly, there are WTF moments all the time since McCain came on. It's like if a pig with lipstick just showed up and started sitting at the table everyday and yet nobody ever mentions it. Nobody addresses how unprofessional she is. Nobody addresses her extreme privilege, how she contradicts herself daily, the hypocrisy involved with those in her personal life, her behavior on other shows, etc. It's like one huge elephant in the room and they ignore it daily. Why even have this person if honest conversation is off the table? Sort of how Star lied about her surgery and the rest of them had to go along with it like it was the truth.
And of course Star herself owned the original WTF moment when she announced her contract hadn't been renewed on-air and then wasn't there the next day.