Gutfeld: 'Roseanne' Reboot Replaced 'Demonization with Dialogue'
Greg Gutfeld praised the premiere of ABC's reboot of "Roseanne" - after a 21-year hiatus.
He called the show - starring Roseanne Barr, John Goodman and Laurie Metcalf - a "sitcom without a sermon."
Gutfeld said the show is a refreshing change from politicized television that more often than not leans left.
He said the American people are "desperate for a real reflection of political discussion, minus the bias from the media."
It "replaced demonization with dialogue," he said.
Jesse Watters added that "Roseanne" touched on numerous topics in a down-to-Earth way, including economics, sexual orientation and of course the 2016 election.
He called Metcalf's portrayal of sister Jackie Harris as a die-hard Clinton supporter sporting a "nasty woman" shirt "fantastic" and comparable to Barr's portrayal of a conservative Roseanne Conner.
The show, he said, proves "you don't have to hate each other" over political differences.
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