You're forgive if you forgot that Jenny McCarthy was ever a panelist on The View.
The infamous anti-vaxxer didn't leave a major impression on the talk show... she was only there for one season... and the show has had approximately 769 panelists since the time she left.
But McCarthy sure is making headlines now in relation to her stint as a co-host.
In her comments featured in the book Ladies Who Punch: The Explosive Inside Story of The View, McCarthy explains why the atmosphere surrounding the show made her so miserable, honing in specifically on Barbara Walters.
And the story of a dirty tampon? Yes.
Scroll down to find out what McCarthy claims she went through as a member of The View's constantly-rotating cast...
When the Heck was Jenny McCarthy on The View?
From 2013-14. She sat alongside Barbara Walters, Sherri Shepherd and Whoopi Goldberg as the main panel during her stint.
Did She Leave on Good Terms?
Not really. There was no explosive scandals or anything, but Shepherd announced her departure from the show and then McCarthy Tweeted: "If Sherri goes ... I go too. My View will be changing too. As will with many hard working folks. Thanks to everyone at the show for your dedication and an amazing year."
See Ya, J Mac!
The View chose not to renew McCarthy's one-year contract and then simply said after she confirmed her departure: "The View will be moving in an exciting new direction next year, and ABC has made decisions to evolve the show creatively." Not exactly lots of gratitude expressed by either side, you know?
And Now We Know Why
The book "Ladies Who Punch: The Explosive Inside Story of The View" comes out on April 2, 2019 and takes readers inside the show's set. Excerpts have already been released, however, most of them featuring McCarthy's very negative comments.
Juicy! What Did She Say?
“Every day I went home and I was miserable,” the former Playboy model admitted. “It really was the most miserable I’ve been on a job in my 25 years of show business.”
Let's Hear More, Right?
The main issue was Walters, McCarthy explained: “Imagine a woman like Barbara Walters. It’s her last year and she doesn’t want to leave. Think about that. And I’m the new bitch here.”