Johnny Galecki has welcomed several of his former Roseanne co-stars, including Sara Gilbert and Laurie Metcalf, into The Big Big Bang Theory universe. However, one person that won't be stopping by is Roseanne Barr.
"I probably wouldn't go on The Big Bang because me and Chuck Lorre, we're not friends. He should get over it," she told toofab.com at Comic-Con on Thursday. "He's in AA and when people are in AA, they're not very forgiving. They need to start drinking and loosen up, I think!"
Barr has been feuding with Lorre, the creator behind Big Bang, since Lorre was a writer cutting his teeth on Roseanne. At the time of Charlie Sheen's dismissal from one of Lorre's other shows, Two and a Half Men, Barr famously came to his defense and recalled how she fired Lorre from the writer's room because of his drinking, and later turned down a guest appearance on Two and a Half Men because it was "putrid."
However, Barr had otherwise nice — and interesting — things to say about her character on Roseanne, particularly where the beloved matriarch would be today. "I think she'd be a pot farmer in Hawaii and I think D.J. would be living with her with PTSD from Iraq. [John] Goodman would be a ghost, a vision. I also think the idea that he's a zombie is a good one," she said of her on-screen husband, Dan, who famously was revealed in the series finale to have died at the end of the previous season. "I think it would work! I have to explain that death thing. Everybody's about The Walking Dead, aren't they?"
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