She said of the Jarrett tweet, "It was 2 in the morning and I was ambien tweeting". Roneanne said a racist thing, the show is over, and it now feels like a better move for everyone to move on.
While Barr has apologised for her tweet about Jarrett, she has also repeatedly defended it - calling her words "insensitive, not racist".
WTF? What did she expect them to say?
"I am truly sorry for making a bad joke about her politics and her looks", Barr tweeted.
The executive producer of "Roseanne", which came back this spring after being gone for two decades and instantly became television's second most popular comedy, said he supported ABC's decision.
While Roseanne as we know it is officially dead and gone, it does seem as though ABC may consider finding another way in which for the series to move forward.
North Korea summit back on as scheduled
After the meeting, which lasted more than an hour, Trump walked Kim out of the White House . Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) tweeted after Trump announced the cancellation of the meeting.
It was something rare in today's U.S. entertainment: a depiction of an extended working class family, including supporters of President Trump.
Jarrett, who said she was "fine" after the slur, urged in an MSNBC special Tuesday about racism that the incident become a teaching moment.
Barr added that she would be on Joe Rogan's podcast, "The Joe Rogan Experience", on Friday.
On Barr having a history of this kind of attitude: "This monkey thing is something she's tweeted before about black people".
"I got to believe that none of us like or appreciate what Roseanne Barr did, it's a terrible mistake, and I think, you know, people view it, this whole thing about gorillas, it is a trope, it's a racist trope, and I've seen people taken down by this in the past", Caputo said.
In a reply to one of her fans, she said "I honestly thought she was Jewish and Persian-ignorant of me for sure, but.i did".
Goodman said if that's the case, "then you've heard more than I have".