Kathy Griffin and Elisabeth Hasselbeck are definitely not Facebook friends.
The comedian and the talk show host are at odds this week, following a joke Griffin made on her Bravo series, My Life on the D-List. Speaking to a pair of CNN reporters, Griffin referred to Scott Brown's kids as "prostitutes." Watch the segment NOW.
The Massachusetts Senator stood up for his kids, saying: “People can call me any name they want, but families are off limits... Kathy Griffin and Bravo ought to be ashamed of themselves.”
(Editor's Note: Brown forgot to add that this does not apply to Sarah Palin's tabloid-loving daughter, of course, who goes out of her way to be ON limits.)
Hasselbeck also felt a need to chime in on The View.
When the topic of Griffin's remarks was broached on that gabfest, the conservative commentator went off. Her rant - which you can watch HERE - was concluded when Hasselbeck called Griffin "scum."
Replied the comedian: "You have to remember that the genesis of that whole joke about Scott Brown was that when he won the election he famously said, 'My two daughters are available.' Then he was called a 'pimp' in the Washington press... The bottom line is, lighten up!"
"[Or] suck it! As the great Bette Midler said, 'F--k 'em if they can't take a joke.'"
Was Griffin out of line? Does Hasselbeck need to lighten up? Choose a side in this feud now: