While The Conners is a sitcom, Tuesday night's episode — the first season finale — is definitely not a laugh a minute. There are even a few tearjerker moments, of the kind that only actors of the caliber of Laurie Metcalf and John Goodman could pull off.
Even viewers who have watched "Roseanne" from its 1988 premiere are curious about exactly what "The Conners" will be like.
John Goodman explained that he got a "filthy mash note ... written to him" from the "sexy streets of sexy Philadelphia."
Tom Arnold reflects on briefly romancing Laurie Metcalf before Roseanne Barr. "There was something that night, 100 percent," the actor told Howard Stern. Barr put a stop to anything happening between her future husband and Roseanne's co-star.
As the show restarts, sisters Roseanne and Jackie haven't spoken for a year because they voted for different people in the 2016 election.
Laurie Metcalf on her three (!) Emmy-nominated performances this year: 'Getting On,' 'Horace and Pete,' and 'The Big Bang Theory.'
On the season finale of "The Big Bang Theory," Leonard’s dad got to know Sheldon’s mom, played by Laurie Metcalf, and they seemed to take a liking to each other.
Actress and Roseanne alum, Laurie Metcalf, stopped by Watch What Happens Live on Thursday night to answer some of host, Andy Cohen’s, more burning questions. She dished on everything from who, on The Big Bang Theory, changed the most after getting that famed one million dollar pay raise, to whether or not Lindsay Lohan is really a hot mess to work with. Metcalf held nothing back, saying Lohan wasn’t as professional as the Big Bang cast, and she got the impression that Madonna was, “a workaholic” when she met her on the set of Desperately Seeking Susan. ...