The ladies of "The View" got a little R-rated Wednesday morning, when co-host Whoopi Goldberg showed Barbara Walters how she likes men to turn her on.
During a conversation about G-spots, Goldberg said that "her truly favorite spot" are her hands. "I love when a man rubs my hands," Goldberg said.
"Give me your hand," Walters demanded. Goldberg walked over to Walters with her arm extended. Walters started to awkwardly hold/rub her hand, but Goldberg interrupted her. "No baby, look. Come here," Goldberg said as she started massaging Walters palm.
"Oh that's what you want!" Walters yelled. "So every time someone does this to you, you get an orgasm?"
"No it's a whole other thing," Goldberg said. "If I'm going to let somebody touch me, there are certain places that, for me, it's alright because it takes time." Goldberg continued, "You know how the girls used to say they like a man with slow hands? That's what that means."
"Do you think there's any other program on the air that has this kind of a discussion?" Walters wondered.
"Nope, not at all," co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck quipped.
Walters has been letting her freak flag fly as of late. Last week, she asked Hasselbeck if she likes to have "rough sex" with her husband.
Barbara Walters got her big break at "Today." She worked her way up as a writer, a "Today Girl," a reporter and finally the show's first female co-host. In the clip above, she is shown interviewing Mary B. Gallagher, former personal secretary to Jackie Kennedy.
Barbara Walters stayed at "Today" for 15 years. She was officially named co-host in 1974 -- two years before she left. She made her last appearance, via video footage, in June 1976.
Barbara Walters made the move to ABC in 1976 when she became co-anchor of "ABC World News" with Harry Reasoner. The clip above is a 1978 promo for the evening news program.
Barbara Walters hosted "Not For Women Only," an early morning talk show, from 1971 to 1976. The show featured guests and experts discussing social issues in front of a studio audience.
Walters hosted the ABC newsmagazine "20/20" for twenty years. Oprah opened up about her childhood and her biggest ambitions in this blockbuster interview with Walters in 1988.
Walters spoke about Margaret Thatcher's visit to the White House in 1991. She was seated next to President Bush at the state dinner, and spoke about their conversation before signing off this episode of "20/20."
Walters and Downs marked the 15th anniversary of "20/20" with a special commemorative episode looking back at their most memorable stories.
Walters sat down with Michael Jackson in 1997. He opened up about his experience being hounded by the paparazzi, and his feelings about the death of Princess Diana. He criticized the media for negative press, including dubbing him "Whacko Jack-o."
Walters interviewed Monica Lewinsky on "20/20" in 1999. The record-breaking interview was seen by 74 million viewers.
Walters created "The View" in 1997. It is now in its 15th season, with Walters, Joy Behar, Whoopi Goldberg, Sherri Shepherd and Elisabeth Hasselbeck.