Posted by The Washington Times on Monday, February 11, 2019 07:31:37It was the final episode of the 2017 season of the hit television show “The View” when Sarah Jessica Olson and co-host Joy Behar were joined by fellow showrunner Mark Burnett to discuss their new Netflix series “Black Motivational Speakers” and their upcoming “inspirations motivational quotes.”
As the show was wrapping up, the two women were joined at the podium by the show’s producer and star, Sarah Jessica Park.
The two women talked about their new series and their thoughts on a host of subjects, from race relations to the death penalty, all the while wearing the red “Black” motivational speaker hat.
It was a big night for “The Views,” and they were joined on stage by some of their viewers.
And after the show wrapped up, they were asked a lot of questions about the new series, including what their favorite part of the series is.
Parker, in her first interview since the show ended, said she’s always enjoyed doing the show, but “I can’t help but wonder how much of this is a little too much of a shock to the system.”
The View host Joy Behan, however, said that she was “pretty happy with it, I was so happy.
I think the people who have loved the show are the ones who were not.””
The views” is based on a book by journalist and author Malcolm Gladwell, who wrote the book “The Tipping Point.”
The show follows a group of former executives at one of the largest tech companies in the world who become entrepreneurs and try to find a way to fix the problems caused by automation and globalization.
Park, in the first interview with a national television network since the premiere of “Black,” said she thought it was “a great opportunity to be a part of a new program.”
“I think it’s a great opportunity for women to tell their stories,” she said.
“It’s a story of the women who have risen up in the workplace.
We’re all in this together.””
It’s an incredible opportunity for me,” said Parker, who plays a co-worker on “The Newsroom,” a series about the newsroom of the Washington Post.
“And I feel like I have such a connection to my co-workers.
I’ve known them for so long and they are so incredible people.
So it was so exciting to see them on the show.”
Parker said she also enjoyed her time on “Black.”
“You get to be part of this incredible story of these women who are all about the people,” she told The Times.
“We’re all so connected.
I was able to sit down and have that experience.”
The views’ first episode was a hit.
The show, which stars Park, Behar and other guests, was a ratings success for Netflix.
But Behar has since come under fire for her views.
Parkers interview with The Times was the third on her show and first since the series aired.
The first was with “The Big Bang Theory” host Jay Leno, who said he and Parker’s views have changed since the program.
Behar and Parker have not yet responded to a request for comment from The Times regarding the interview.
Park has been vocal about her views on race and racism in the country since her interview with Leno in March.
The former “The Apprentice” host said she has seen racial tensions rise during the Trump administration.
“I’ve seen that there is an uptick in the amount of racial tension, an increase in violence against people of color, especially young people,” Behar said in an interview with Fox News.
“When I think of a young African-American woman, I see them in a world where they’re so fearful and scared and afraid of the future.
And so I think that’s why I think it is so important to speak up and to say what you see.”
Behar, who has said that her views have not changed since then, has said she does not support the death sentence for black men, and she has called for President Donald Trump to release his tax returns.
The show’s ratings have continued to increase.
On March 5, “The Daily Show” hosted a special edition of the show that was aired during the 2016 presidential election and featured Behar, former “Saturday Night Live” cast member Lizz Winstead, and actress Tila Tequila.
The special was a highlight of the first episode of “The Black Motivations.”