Roseanne Barr Now Claims Dan Never Died at the End of 'Roseanne'

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Interestingly, with the cancelation of Last Man Standing (also on ABC), could Roseanne's latest move be a shrewd move to appease angry Republican fans who saw the show's axing as a political move? However, again, since a majority of white women did support Trump, there is no way I can say this is unrealistic.

"And, in fact, it was working-class people who elected Trump, so I felt like that was very real and something that needed to be discussed", she said.

She also said the reason she did not vote for Clinton "was because of "Haiti".

Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon's name was then floated and Barr replied: "Actually, I think I would be a better president than Oprah and Susan Sarandon".

John Goodman and Roseanne Barr star in the Roseanne revival series. "He is on a fishing boat in Alaska, and we haven't dealt with Andy, Laurie's son, yet, either, but we had so many stories to tell over the arc of these nine episodes, that we were hoping for another season to bring more clarity to those characters".

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Yes, Roseanne Conner is a Trump supporter.

TVLine challenged Barr's assertion that Dan didn't really die, but she shot back, "I think that you should rewatch it". Johnny Galecki, who played Darlene's boyfriend, David, is confirmed to reprise his role for one episode.

"This is a time when our country is divided", said Gilbert, who spearheaded (and exec produces) the reboot after Goodman guested on her CBS daytime show The Talk. What we really wanted to do was find a way for this particular family, which represents a full cross section of values and beliefs.

Barr has been a vocal Trump supporter on Twitter, telling her 430,000 followers she voted for him to "shake up" the status quo and because he is "draining the swamp" and going after child sex traffickers.

"Part of what's going on is that people feel like they can't disagree and still love each other or still talk to each other. It's a great thing to have a family divided by politics but still filled with love", Gilbert said. Either way, the actress would like to reiterate that she is not a "Trump apologist" and doesn't agree with everything the POTUS has done. "What a great thing [for] this country right now". "There are a lot of things he has said that I don't agree with". Now, every time I go home for Thanksgiving, an old high-school buddy has one beer too many and lets slip my opposition to Trump, forcing me to spend 20 minutes justifying myself to everyone else in the bar.

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