The View guest Randall Park has fallen while coming onto the stage.
The comedian had the audience in tears after he dropped all of his props as he came tumbling in during Monday’s show.
Whoopi Goldberg led the segment on Randall and showed a clip of him on his new show, Blockbuster.
After a video played, he entered through the prop door on set, carrying a bunch of DVDs.
He waved to the crowd and smiled, then pretended to fall down the steps.
The actor proceeded to drop all of the Blockbuster DVDs and left them there as he got up.
He waved to the crowd once again and acted like nothing happened as he walked to the couch.
The 48-year-old came dressed in his Blockbuster attire for Halloween.
Randall joked as he sat down: “I dropped a bunch of DVDs over there.”
“That’s ok,” Whoopi said.
When the show came back from commercial break, the DVDs appeared to be cleaned up.
This isn’t the first time someone has fallen on the View stage.
Although Randall’s fall appeared to be a joke, Joy Behar’s was not.
Back in September, the set changed their chairs because Joy took a tumble the previous season.
The old seats had padding on them, a swivel base, and were more of a gray color.
The new chairs were tan and had a section underneath for the panel’s feet, with four tall legs and a square seat.
They did not have comfortable pads on them and appeared to be a bit shorter than the old ones.
Joy’s dramatic fall took place in March of this year.
She walked out to the stage at the start of the show when she hit the ground rear first just before reaching her seat.
Cameras captured the then 79-year-old’s face-planting as her View co-hosts rushed to help lift her up.
Co-hosts Sara Haines and Sunny Hostin were heard gasping before they ran to get Joy up from the ground.
The show’s moderator Whoopi also rushed over to tend to the veteran star, telling her to “come on, just stand.”
The View co-host needed the assistance of Sara and Sunny to get back on her feet, as a production assistant also ran on stage to help.
The production assistant held on to the chair to make sure Joy mounted it safely.
The star did not appear to suffer any serious injuries as she continued the show.
“25 years, that has never happened – who do I sue?!” she said as she sat down at the table.
Joy later turned serious, telling anyone who suffers a fall to monitor their symptoms.
“The main thing – just to talk seriously – when Bob Saget fell, he died,” the co-host said.
“If you hit your head, and you feel dizzy, or you have blurred vision, or you feel like you want to go to sleep, go to the doctor. Because that will kill you.”
She ended on a light note, saying: “I’m a klutz.”
WATCH OUT, JOY!
But just a few days into season 26, Joy had yet another tumble when was showing off her outfit and nearly fell on stage,
Whoopi started off the show by saying: “Before we start the show, I need Joy to stand up, so everyone can see those fantastic jeans.”
A reluctant Joy complained and said: “Oh no. I’m not.”
Her other co-hosts- Sara, Sunny, and Alyssa Farah Griffin, clapped and cheered her on.
“Come on, Joy,” Whoopi encouraged.
“You look amazing. People went crazy backstage. I want everyone to see the joy that you are,” she said.
Joy stood up hesitantly and walked backwards.
After taking a few steps, the host lost her footing and nearly tripped.
A smile was clear on the co-host’s face as everyone cheered and she tried to recover from the tumble.
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