Laurie Metcalf Can’t Find Work Anywhere: “Roseanne Did This To Me”

When a Los Angeles jury handed control of “The Conners” back to Roseanne Barr, everything changed for the cast and crew. Their new boss was the show’s creator, the talent behind it, and once again their boss.

A boss they had all betrayed in the name of “Wokeness.” Laurie Metcalf, who played Roseanne’s sister Jackie, says she can’t find work anywhere, and that it’s all Roseanne’s fault.

“She did this to me,” said the failed actress, “Roseanne is suddenly on top again and now nobody will take my calls.”

Hollywood insider Joe Barron confirmed that Roseanne is calling the shots and that Metcalf is unemployable at this time.

“She made her choices,” he said, “she should have known as soon as Fox started announcing a new standup routine that it would be perfect potato fertilizer. There was no other possible outcome for the world of delusional meemaws.”

Metcalf admits that she is, in the eyes of those who believe it, a terrible person, a horrible actress, and an unemployable woke mess. “I did this to myself by not joining the cult,” she told a close friend, “Roseanne turned out to be right.”

Sometimes, people need a dose of reality. God Bless America.

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When a Los Angeles jury handed control of “The Conners” back to Roseanne Barr, everything changed for the cast and crew.

Their new boss was the show’s creator, the talent behind it, and once again their boss.

A boss they had all betrayed in the name of “Wokeness.” Laurie Metcalf, who played Roseanne’s sister Jackie, says she can’t find work anywhere, and that it’s all Roseanne’s fault.

“She did this to me,” said the failed actress, “Roseanne is suddenly on top again and now nobody will take my calls.”

Hollywood insider Joe Barron confirmed that Roseanne is calling the shots and that Metcalf is unemployable at this time.

“She made her choices,” he said, “she should have known as soon as Fox started announcing a new standup routine that it would be perfect potato fertilizer. There was no other possible outcome for the world of delusional meemaws.”

Metcalf admits that she is, in the eyes of those who believe it, a terrible person, a horrible actress, and an unemployable woke mess. “I did this to myself by not joining the cult,” she told a close friend, “Roseanne turned out to be right.”

Sometimes, people need a dose of reality. God Bless America.

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