Fired “Conners” Star Michael Fishman Offered A Job On Roseanne’s New Project

When Michael Fishman made an appearance for the role of DJ in season five of the television series, “The Conners,” the producers decided to let him go. Joe Barron, the show’s producer, stated that “He’s just not a good fit anymore,” but emphasized that it was not a personal issue.

Despite Fishman’s efforts to find new employment, he has not been successful. However, things changed when Roseanne Barr came back into the limelight with a new comedy routine and a sitcom deal.

According to a source, Barr welcomed Fishman to her sets, saying, “DJ is always welcome on my sets. I don’t remember his real name half the time, but he’s still a cute kid.”

Even though Fishman is now a full-grown man in his late 30s, with an ex-wife and a child, he is still considered a cutie. “I’m not exactly sure why they let me go,” Fishman said, “but I like Roseanne and am looking forward to working with her.”

There is no official word on when Barr’s new show will begin filming, who will be in the cast, or what direction the storyline will take. However, our sources indicate that Tim Allen will be involved, but none of the other original cast members from “The Conners” will be allowed on set.

In Barr’s opinion, “They can go do their dumb woke show until it gets canceled. That’s not what America wants anymore.” It’s fortunate that patriots like Roseanne are around to steer America in the right direction.