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Dr. Oz sits down with Roseanne Barr to try and understand what happened the night of her infamous tweet. Barr claims that her tweet was a result of Ambien. Dr. Oz examines the side effects of this drug and offers his take on the situation.
Roseanne defends her tweet and states that it was a political message without any racist intent. Dr. Oz delves deeper and states his case.
Roseanne talks about her religion and shares her feelings about her faith. She describes her hopes for the future and explains why she feels her people are facing threatening times.
Dr. Oz confronts Roseanne and asks her if she is a racist. Roseanne defends her statements and shares her frustrations. She offers her perspective on the controversial tweet and on the remarks of others.
Roseanne says that in the weeks and months leading up to her social media outburst she was run down from travel and was lacking certain vitamins in her diet. She shares her opinion on the effect of Ambien and describes similar experiences.
Roseanne Barr’s spiritual advisor, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, shares the four steps towards receiving forgiveness in the Jewish faith. Roseanne describes her heartbreak in the aftermath and desire to communicate her side of the story.
Rabbi Boteach speaks on behalf of Roseanne, addressing her apology. Roseanne says she is sorry and feels a spiritual obligation to apologize.
Dr. Oz invites DeVon Franklin, Sofia A. Nelson, Charlamagne, and Dr. Karen Ruskin to share their feelings on Roseanne Barr’s destructive tweet and how she reacted. The panel offers their feedback and shares their initial reactions.
Dr. Oz asks the panel if they believe Roseanne is a racist and if their opinions have changed after the interview. Sophia A. Nelson speaks on the importance of being accountable when it comes to using social media and having a pubic platform.
DeVon Franklin and Sophia Nelson highlight the importance of owning up to the mistakes we make in life. Dr. Karen Ruskin explains the necessary steps Roseanne should take when trying to change and become a better person.
Charlamagne and Sofia Nelson talk about the current political climate and our first amendment rights DeVon Franklin offers his perspective about what it would take for Roseanne to be accepted again by the entertainment industry.
The thought leaders share their feelings toward forgiveness for Roseanne. They highlight the importance of owning up to her mistakes and truly understanding how it affected other people.
The panel discusses the topic of redemption and shares their criteria for forgiveness. They believe Roseanne may need to take a couple steps back and rethink her situation.
Sophia Nelson says Roseanne should live by a code of conduct and think through her actions. Dr. Karen Ruskin believes all parts of the self have to come together for Roseanne to develop her spirituality and find redemption.
Charlamagne gets real and shares what he did as a kid behind his parents back, the one thing he must do before going to sleep, and more!
DeVon Franklin shares his greatest fear, best Halloween costume, biggest bucket list item, and more!
Dr. Oz speaks exclusively with the woman whose tweet ignited a media firestorm. We ask the tough questions on everyone’s mind: What was she thinking when she hit “send”? Then, a panel of influencers and experts weigh in on Roseanne Barr’s answers.
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