During a conversation with Conan O'Brien last Wednesday, the comedian, Whitney Cummings, revealed an intern who works with her in Roseanne He filed a complaint against him in the human resources department for wishing him a "Merry Christmas."
Page six reported today's story. When asked what he thought about the holiday season, Whitney admitted that one of the most stressful parts about it was precarious language in addition to shopping.
During his appearance on TBS " Conan, the actress / comic revealed that while working at Roseanne, an inmate denounced her for saying "Merry Christmas."
O & # 39; Brien asked him: "Is that true?" And she told him the story in detail. According to Cummings, she was leaving the building and, while saying goodbye to some of her coworkers, launched a "Merry Christmas,quot; as a measure, however, after returning in January, the human resources department informed her of the complaint of the internal.
As previously reported, Cummings was in the series, Roseanne, until he finally left. It was even before the show was officially canceled due to Roseanne's tweets about a former Obama assistant. The comic said that she didn't even care if they had a good Christmas or not; It was more a formality than anything else.
Mr. O & # 39; Brien explained that such a statement would easily trigger or offend people at times like these. In addition, the human resources department informed him about the religious disposition of the person, who was "agnostic."
You can hear Whitney tell the story herself in the video below:
As noted above, Whitney Cummings participated in the Roseanne reboot, which was incredibly successful when it first came out.
However, it was later canceled after Roseanne Barr, the creator of the program, referred to a former assistant to the administration of Barack Obama as a mix between the "planet of the apes,quot; and the "Muslim brotherhood."
Immediately after the tweet made the round on the internet, Roseanne it was cancelled. Later, Barr sold the rights to the television show so ABC could continue with a titled spin-off, The Conners