Kelsey's grammar states that Roseanne Barr should be forgiven for racist tweets

Kelsey Grammar thinks Roseanne Barr should be forgiven for posting a racist tweet about the former Barack Obama advisor.

The actor, who appears in a new series Tested innocent, was talking about a possible restart of his successful sitcom Frasier when he raised the fury surrounding Barr.

ABC fired Barr and canceled his comic reboot after comparing Valerie Jarrett, who is African-American, to Planet of the Apes and connected to the Islamist organization of the Muslim Brotherhood. Barr later stated that he thought Mrs. Jarrett was white.

The network later announced that he was creating a new comic series called The Conners, which would bring together the other members of the original show, including John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf and Sara Gilbert.

"Actually, I really liked it Roseanne when he came back with Roseanne. I'm not so crazy The Conners", He said the grammar The Hollywood Reporter. "I do not mean to be a black hole, but it seems that the basic piece is missing, but everything went well".

Asked if he thinks ABC could handle the situation differently, he said, "I have no idea, I think people should be forgiven for their sins, our life is so stimulating, how can you make amends? "

Grammar added that, it should Frasier return, he does not want the character still living in the same apartment in Seattle and thinks that the show should focus on his son, Federico.

"It's the place where we can have a nugget of surprise, we do not know what kind of boy it would be, now it's 30 years old and I have some ideas about it that I think people would really appreciate," the Gramma revealed.