Disgraced actress Roseanne Barr says she has "been offered so many things" to return to TV.
"Inside every bad thing is a good thing waiting to happen," she told Rabbi Shmuley Boteach's podcast this week. "And I feel very excited because I've already been offered so many things, and I've almost already accepted one really good offer to go back on TV, and I might do it, but we'll see."
The interview was the second with her rabbi friend, the first being one where she emotionally expresses regret for being made "a hate magnet" over her tweeted comments about former President Barack Obama administration official Valerie Jarrett.
That first interview was not released publicly until the canceled "Roseanne" had been announced recast on ABC as "The Conners," a spinoff that would not include, or benefit, Roseanne.
This second interview was recorded this week and released Saturday. Near the end of the hour-plus interview, Barr said she has Jarrett's number to reach out to her, despite the political and religious clashes between a Jewish women and a Muslim.
"Once again, it's about the right words, and you've got to do a lot of meditating and praying for the right words," Barr told Boteach about sticking to a promise to "reach out." "I just don't know what the right words would be.
"I have her number. I do. But you've got to wait for the right words, because you don't want to put out the wrong words at 2 a.m. You want the right words.
". . . the right words are the thing that would help me and her actually communicate. Those are the right words. Do I have them yet? No, I do not, or I would have called her."
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