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November 29, 1994: The Great ROSEANNE BARR

November 29, 1994: The Great ROSEANNE BARR

On this date in 1994, one of the biggest sitcom stars in the world, Roseanne Barr, stopped by while she was in town to host "Saturday Night Live." Roseanne talked about life on Prozac, breaking up with Tom Arnold, and groping a girl under a tree when she was 12 .She even got into detail about her time as a prostitute, but she was a little fuzzy – she remembers working in a feminist bookstore during the day and being a lady of the night, well, at night. She told Howard that she charged about $40 for an encounter.
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    Bryan Cranston
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    Louis C.K.
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    John Stamos
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    Larry King
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