Roseanne Barr has been slowly making her way back into the mainstream after years of staying low on the celebrity radar. After "Roseanne" went off the air in 1997, she had a few, mostly short-lived projects which unfortunately didn't showcase her talents enough to keep her around.
But the comedienne is working on a new sitcom idea for NBC with her "Roseanne's Nuts" partner, Steven Greener. Coincidentally, she's also about to make a three-episode appearance on the network's long-running comedy "The Office" as a talent agent who sets out to help Andy break into show biz.
Roseanne made headlines last year after announcing she was on the ballot for presidency and becoming a regular user on Twitter, where she posted about the election and her reasons for running. She also aligned herself with Anonymous after the highly publicized and controversial Steubenville, Ohio rape case.
Though she's been seen as somewhat quirky over recent years, many of her old fans would love to see her back in a successful vehicle so many years after "Roseanne". Until the NBC deal is finalized, however, we'll just have to settle for watching her work her magic on "The Office".