I love this show. It -- well, my love for it, anyways -- can only exist in a world where wrongfully famous people hog TV lineups with their obviously staged and heinously terrible lives, just so that they can hock whatever crappy product they're selling. You see, the beauty of Roseanne's Nuts is that Ms. Barr has filled her life with the people she loves and spends her days in the Hawaiian sun, straying far from the bullshit that is Hollywood. And if you read Roseanne's incredible piece, "And I Should Know" in New York magazine a few months back, you're aware that she has been through a whole mess of bullshit.
Do you ever get this strange empty feeling -- seemingly for no reason -- only to realize later on it was to due the lack of Roseanne Barr in your life? No, neither do we. But just in case your answer was yes, tonight would be a good time to turn on the TV. Roseanne is finally returning to the limelight with her new docu-series, the thoughtfully titled Roseanne's Nuts. The show will document the comedienne's life after leaving Hollyweird behind -- her job managing her macadamia and livestock farm in Hawaii (not a joke), as well as her relationship with her long-time "hippie freak" boyfriend and her son Jake.