'I begged Ben Sherwood at ABC 2 let me apologize & make amends.
"I ask God [to] help me use this bad experience [to] move in [to] a better place where I can be more useful to help suffering people who are homeless battered & hopeless in this world, everywhere", she wrote.
I'm not surprised that the cast is adamant about getting paid, because money was the main reason they risked doing this project anyway.
"I generally believe he thinks black people are risky and Mexicans are rapists", Arnold said.
Trump is implying that he is the victim of a liberal media double standard.
In another, since-deleted tweeted documented by Fox News, she wrote: "I also told Ben Sherman that I would go in hospital to check my meds, bc the stress had made them less effective. Maybe I just didn't get the call?"
The company's response followed Barr's unusual explanation of the early Tuesday Twitter rant that got her show cancelled as a bad Ambien-fueled mistake. "Will I ever recover from this pain? omg".
"Angrily attacking a woman who is obviously not well does no good to anyone.mental health issues are real". EW said that "Iger apologized and said he would not tolerate those kinds of comments made by Barr, Jarrett said".
The show would need to be renamed - since you can't have a show called Roseanne without, well, Roseanne - but even if a show were to continue with the existing characters everyone knows and love, there would still be another problem. "But you put that phone in her hand and she is a loose cannon".
Barr, a prominent supporter of President Trump, retweeted an image questioning why some people thinkit's OK to ridicule him as an ape, but not Jarrett.
Roseanne has been known to tweet racist and bigoted commentaries and peddle conspiracy theories on her personal account.
Iger and Jarrett did not immediately respond to requests for comment about Trump's tweet.
The star said he'd rather say nothing about the show or co-star Roseanne Barr "to cause more trouble". Instead of its understandable, yet kneejerk reaction to cancel the highly rated (and profitable) show, it could have addressed the racism that lingers in our country.
Executive producer Tom Werner, who was behind the first iteration of "Roseanne" when it ran from 1988 to 1997, and Gilbert are supposed to meet with writers in the coming days, Deadline reported.
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