Roseanne Barr sat down and spoke with Sean Hannity on Fox News on Thursday night.
We understand if you shudder at the mere reading of that sentence.
The comedian was on hand, of course, to discuss how her reputation has plummeted to an all-time low following a Tweet she wrote several weeks ago that compared former President Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett to an "ape."
Jarrett, of course, is African-American, although Roseanne has previously alleged she didn't know this.
In the wake of this heinous comment, which wasn't exactly the first time Barr came across as insensitive to other races or ethnicities, ABC canceled the revival of her sitcom.
It has since announced that a spinoff centered around her character's fictional family, The Conners, will premiere in the fall.
(Presumably, the new sitcom will focus on this family reacting to the death of the Roseanne character.)
Speaking to Hannity, Roseanne was at times contrite; at times defensive; and at times defiant.
"I made a mistake, obviously. It cost me everything. My life's work, everything. I made a mistake and I paid the price for it," she said early in the interview.
Barr went on to say that the Tweet was never meant to be "political" in any way, firing back at critics who dared to call her racist.
"Everyone started saying I was a racist, which is like the worst thing you can call a Jewish person, especially someone like me, who grew up with Holocaust survivors," she said, continuing:
"And because of that fact, I took a vow to my religion to my god that I would always fight extremism on either side, right or left."
If this has been the case, Roseanne has had an unusual way of fighting said extremism.
Barr told Hannity she felt she was "fighting the right by being really left," referring to her 2012 run for the presidency as a socialist candidate and added:
"Then I slowly woke up and both extremes are not where my values are. My values are in the middle," she said.
Later in the chat, Roseanne expressed interest in speaking to Jarrett... or maybe working out a way to find a “teachable moment” in an encounter with her.
“I’d want her to hear my voice, that I am so sorry,” she said.
Jarrett, previously, has said she has no real interest in hearing from Barr.
Also previously, Roseanne had chalked up her Tweet to stupidity, not racism.
Do you think Roseanne deserves forgiveness? Or does she just totally suck and should go away as quickly as humanly possible?
Take a look and a listen to her interview with Hannity right here if it will help you decide.