Roseanne Barr berates her ‘four brat bastard’ grandchildren
The ever delightful Roseanne Barr is back with a new video of her giving her progeny hell. In the firing line this time: Her four precious grandchildren.
In a clip titled simply “Omg,” Barr berates her “four brat bastards” as they play video games in advance of a trip to the mall. In a free-flowing stream of consciousness that makes you hope she’s not driving, she proclaims:
Roseanne Barr berates son, part two
Roseanne Barr has so many different web shows it’s starting to feel like she just makes up a new one each time. But if that’s what keeps her motivated to keep cranking them out, it’s totally fine.
In a fresh clip filmed “behind the scenes” of a show called “Kannabis Kitchen” (which, you will note, has zero full episodes thus far), Roseanne engages in the time honored tradition of berating her male offspring for being “dicktarded.” This time it’s her son Buck, who made the mistake of sending her a text that was supposed to go to his brother, Jake, warning him: “She is actually being an asshole today just so you know, might have missed meds.” Uh oh.
JFL42’s festival surprise: Roseanne Barr
TV stars past, present and future are the headliners of this year’s JFL42 comedy festival, where the fifth year also sees an expansion into podcasts and panel chats.
The headliners at the festival (Sept. 22 to Oct. 1) — all doing standup at Toronto’s Sony Centre — are Jim Gaffigan (The Jim Gaffigan Show), Trevor Noah (The Daily Show), Jim Jefferies (Legit), Demetri Martin (Important Things with Demetri Martin), Anthony Jeselnik (The Jeselnik Offensive), Chris D’Elia (Undateable), Tig Notaro (Amazon’s upcoming One Mississippi) and, in the biggest surprise organizers revealed this week, Roseanne Barr, whose eponymous sitcom Roseanne was a critical and ratings colossus on ABC from 1988 to 1997.
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Comedy superstar, award-winning actress, best-selling author, recent presidential candidate and the original domestic goddess Roseanne Barr continues to amaze. After 9 years, 224 episodes, 4 Emmy awards, and countless other accolades, you couldn’t blame Roseanne if she wanted to quietly slip away, able to take solace in the fact she single-handedly re-landscaped the medium of situational comedy forever. Her creation and stark portrayal of “Roseanne Conner” and the Conner family on ABC’s Roseanne has been hailed as “the most ground breaking kitchen-sink sitcom since All in the Family, (Entertainment Weekly)” adding, “she’s the funniest disturber of peace that we have.”
Roseanne Barr to Open Marijuana Dispensary and Sell Weed-Laced Macadamia Nuts
From 90s comedy icon to presidential hopeful, and now, to medical marijuana business owner, Roseanne Barr will be setting up shop in Santa Ana, California.
The Orange County Register reports that the Barr will be an investor and have a licensing agreement with one of the 20 dispensaries that won a lottery in the city last year. “Roseanne’s Joint” will offer Barr’s speciality cannabis strains and edibles, including her Hawaiian-farmed chocolate macadamia nuts.
The announcement follows a growing list of celebrities entering the budding cannabis industry, including Snoop Dogg, Tommy Chong and more recently, Woody Harrelson.
Roseanne Barr Accidentally Got Her Mom High With A Huge Amount Of Medicinal Snacks
I once passed out at a Deltron 3030 concert in Los Angeles after I ate an extra strength marijuana chocolate bar along with an entire bag of BBQ marijuana pretzels, so now I have something to talk about when I inevitably get stuck in an elevator with Roseanne Barr’s mom.
Yes, overdosing on weed is damn near impossible, but the medical-grade edibles, when not taking them seriously, can be a major trip. I was a grown man, looking down the barrel of a bag of pretzels and a chocolate bar and I couldn’t handle it. Imagine how Roseanne’s mom felt after melting a chocolate bar over a medical cheesecake.
Roseanne Barr Tells Conan O’Brien Why She’d Make a Great US President
Here’s a clip from Roseanne Barr’s appearance on last night’s Conan, where she and O’Brien talk about her new documentary Roseanne for President as well as some of her platforms as a former presidential candidate. From an all-female army to her financial stimulus plan to prayers in school to legalized marijuana, it sounds like Barr’s got all the right ideas to get America back on track again. And don’t be fooled by the current presidential hopefuls: “When I watch Bernie and Hillary and Trump, when you guys see my movie, you’ll see it: They all stole my shit. Every goddamn one of them.”
Roseanne Barr on Trump “Playing the Heel for Hillary,” Pot and Being a Farmer
The trailblazing comic comes out for Trump (“we would be so lucky if he won”), against Hillary (she “got the receipt, because she paid for the Oval Office”) and discusses growing nuts on her farm in Hawaii and opening Roseanne’s Joint, a marijuana dispensary in Orange County.
Roseanne Barr was fed up with the “f—ed up” two-party political system when she told her friend Michael Moore that she wanted to make a satire about herself running for president. Then she decided she should legitimately run. Her 2012 run — first as a Green Party candidate and later on the Peace and Freedom Party ticket — is chronicled in the new documentary Roseanne For President!
The film, which hits theaters on July 1, includes snippets of her difficult childhood and time spent in a mental institution, archival footage of her storied comedic career and outtakes of her at a rally for Cindy Sheehan (the anti-war activist whose son was killed during the Iraq War) threatening to “slap Nancy Pelosi in the face.”
Barr is most famous for her breakthrough brand of working class comedy, crystallized in her Emmy award-winning sitcom Roseanne.
The Hollywood Reporter spoke to the comic on the eve of the California primary, at her Los Angeles home, where she praised Donald Trump, denounced the election process and pined for a new, unnamed feminism.
Congratulations on Sundance acquiring Roseanne For President!
Cool. Yeah, I made some points. It’s been fun to see how running influenced the narrative of both parties. Bernie [Sanders], ‘cause I ran on socialism and debt forgiveness and all that. (I ran on peace, though. He’s kind of running on war.) He took a lot of my lines and so did Donald Trump. But [it’s okay, because] all of our policies need to get some light on ’em.