John Goodman spotted for the first time since ABC canceled 'Roseanne'
A Roseanne co-star was spotted recently after the news of the show’s cancelation broke. John Goodman was seen walking his dog on Tuesday.
The actor, who plays Roseanne Barr’s husband, Dan Conner, didn’t look too happy according to TMZ. He looked depressed and down as the paparazzi took pictures of him.
Roseanne Barr's racist comment on Twitter this week, led to the cancellation of their hit ABC sitcom Roseanne. Many of her co-stars took to Twitter to share their thoughts on the situation.
John Goodman was seen walking his dog and he looked quite unhappy. He was walking his dog in New Orleans looking glumly.
ABC decided to pull the plug on Roseanne a few hours after she tweeted a ‘joke’ about former Barack Obama aide Valerie Jarrett. In her post, Barr said Jarrett was a result of the Muslim Brotherhood and the Planet of the apes having a baby.
Her statement was called out as racist and Islamaphobic. After being called out by other Twitter users and co-workers, Barr apologized for the first time and said she was leaving Twitter.
The actress then apologized to Jarrett and the American’s she’d offended in a separate tweet. All the tweets relating to the controversy were deleted later.
One of her most recent tweets, which was also deleted, asked fans to not feel sorry for her. She then apologized to her co-workers and anyone else who lost their jobs because of her behavior.
Fellow co-star, Emma Kenney explained in a tweet that she’d called her manager to quit the show but found out it had already been canceled.