Well, we guess the bright side for Roseanne is that she no longer has a TV show she can be fired from.
Yes, just seven months after Roseanne became The Conners, Barr is once again in hot water for saying something truly dumb sh-t in a public forum.
Over the weekend, Barr appeared on a new podcast hosted by conservative political commentator Candace Owens.
(A recipe for disaster if ever there was one.)
When the topic of the #MeToo movement came up, Barr opened her mouth and unleashed a torrent of fresh idiocy:
"It's because they're hoes," Barr said in reference to the movement's activists.
"If you don't run out of the room and go, 'Excuse me, you don't do that to me,' and leave, but you stayed around because you're like, 'Well, I thought maybe he was going to give me a writing job,' well, you aren't nothing but a ho."
Yes, according to Roseanne, cases like the one she described are the rule, not the exception, and the majority of women who claim to have been harassed by the likes of Harvey Weinstein are really just mad that they weren't able to sell their screenplays.
Barr says a Hollywood insider she spoke to recently stated that harassment victims endured or welcomed the abuse they later complained about because "they thought they were getting a job 15 years ago."
Now, Roseanne says, the same women are "pretending that they didn't go to trade sexual favors for money."
"Women are pissed because they weren't attracted to the guy that did it."
From there, Roseanne went on to reveal that she's discussed #MeToo in-depth with convicted rapist Mike Tyson.
(He calls it "#YouToo," because eventually, it'll come for you too.)
Before leaving, Roseanne referred to presidential candidate Kamala Harris as "Kama Sutra Harris," a nickname that has the distinction of being ... both racist and sexist?
It's hard to tell, and there's no one we can ask, as we highly doubt that Roseanne understands her own "jokes" these days.
As you may recall, Barr was fired by ABC over the summer in response to a tweet in which she referred to former Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett as an "ape."
Barr claimed she thought Jarrett was white and intended no racial animosity in her comment.
Not surprisingly, that excuse was excepted by absolutely no one.
So now Roseanne is doing the podcast circuit instead of starring in a network sitcom.
It may not sound very impressive, but she managed to come as more ignorant than Candace Owens, which is no mean feat.