Transcript for ‘The View’ co-hosts look back on mishaps of working from home
And we have been doing the show remotely for, oh, a couple of months now, and it's not always easy getting this show on air from home. So we wanted to take a look at some of the challenges that have popped up along the way. Check it out. What's going to happen today on "The view"? Who can say, is our monitor going to be up? Are our lights going to go down? Are we going to have dropped calls? We don't know. That's because we're live, and we're coming to you from our respective places of living. You know, it's, like, there are a lot more questions. Steve, I can hear you. We're on the air, Steve. Yeah. Sorry. Mean, you also agree with the tone that he struck. Why is that? There would be hundreds of thousands of lives lost -- What was that? That was crazy. A phone went off. I heard it too. Sorry. Are we on TV? Exactly. I spent a lot of time with Gabriel, and oh, there he goes. Joy, do I need to fix the color on my monitor or did you get something done to your hair? I look like a love child between Cyndi lauper and carrot top. Look at the roots. The roots are really, like, a light Orange now. Oh, god. My hair is just, it's chernobyl. It's, like, the worst. Look at this. It's, like, ten inches of gray. I have a turban on because my hair is all sorts of crazy. I look like a skunk. It is not fit for national TV. Have I looked like this the whole time I have been sitting here on TV? I look like a pineapple. Why didn't anyone tell me? Go ahead, joy. Go ahead. There's a delay. There's a delay. Can you hear me, baby? I can. No, he cannot hear me. Hey, senator Sanders. How you doing? It's whoopi? Fine. I can. You can now. I can. Okay. So we're going to see if we can correct all of this, and we'll come back with you shortly. Here. I can do it. You know, we do wine -- oh, look at that. The whole thing just fell. Can you see me? Am I good? So now we know that joy can't have anything else to drink today. These are the joys of doing the show really by the seat of our pants with really smart people.
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