21 Famous Faces You Totally Forgot Appeared in 'Roseanne'

Conservatives, liberals and everyone in between had something to say as "Roseanne" took over Twitter during Tuesday's premiere.

Love it or hate it, "Roseanne" is back! And based on the online reaction to its one-hour premiere Tuesday night, you did both.

"#Roseanne" was the top trend of the night, and saw people very passionately on both sides of the pendulum, with the show's openly political stance the primary reason.

From the moment it was announced that Roseanne Barr's character in the show was going to be a Trump supporter, many on the left decried it as a betrayal of the working-class sitcom's roots (clearly not remembering which segment of the population voted for Trump), while those on the right found themselves uncomfortably supportive of a show with a very liberal history.

While many on either side tore apart the show without having watched a single moment, those that did bother to tune in saw a show that didn't shy away from the deep political divide in this country, with Roseanne and Jackie (Laurie Metcalf) expertly showcasing those opposing viewpoints. What they saw was a show that treated each side with the respect and disrespect that they deserve.

Let's face it, there's enough blind hatred on both sides of the aisle, and "Roseanne" was here to show that there is another way. It's OK to disagree, but in the end we're all in this together so maybe we should put aside our stubborn pride and actually be willing to talk about it. Some people on Twitter got the show's message loud and clear, but just as many threw down for and against it in almost equal numbers. If this online response is any indication, ABC should be very happy with those ratings when they come in.

In the meantime, we've gathered some of the best (and worst) responses from across the divide:

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