In a video obtained by Entertainment Tonight, Goodman, whose character is the husband of Barr's Roseanne, steered clear of commenting on Barr's racist tweet or ABC's decision to cancel the show, which was just starting preparations for Season 2.
Meanwhile, some of Roseanne's die-hard fans have been rallying around her and asking her if there is anything that can be done about the situation.
She said the long-time, well respected political figure was what you would get if Muslim Brotherhood and Planet of the Apes "had a baby". "You guys make me feel like fighting back", she wrote Wednesday (May 30). And shortly after going after Jarrett, she lobbed false allegations at George Soros of having been a Nazi collaborator.
Arnold, a former writer on the original "Roseanne" suggested that Barr's support of President Donald Trump's conspiracy theories played a part in her downfall. "Will I ever recover from this pain? omg", she added.
President Donald Trump again asked Bob Iger, the CEO of Disney, which owns ABC, to apologize to him for errors the news network's reporting on his presidency after it had canceled a show and apologized to viewers. "I should have known better". It's the most gawd terrible painful thing.
Although there have been rumblings about the sitcom possibly being picked up by a conservative network, it remains to be seen if Barr's racist comments will have long-lasting effects on her career. "I can't let myself cave in tho". Any criticism from ABC is the definition of freedom of speech - whether it's Jimmy Kimmel railing on the president or ABC News calling out a lie - those people are protected. He told Cooper of a time that Trump criticized her directly after their divorce.
On his Twitter and Facebook accounts, Moore posted a video from Roseanne's late 1990s talk show, "The Roseanne Show", featuring both Moore and Trump.
After she sent the tweets about Jarrett on Tuesday, she said she was quitting social media then, too.