Well, it seems this big sis wasn't having any of it!
Koko took to Twitter on Monday with a very cryptic message about all the "sh*t", writing:
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Longtime stand-up comedian and actor Kevin Meaney died on Friday, according to media reports.
The cause of death has not yet been disclosed, but the veteran funnyman passed away in his home in New York City. He was 60 years old.
Meaney was a comedian for three decades, and punctuated his career with consistent appearances on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson as well as several HBO specials, the first of which was released in 1986.
He also had roles in movies, like Tom Hanks' Big, as well as television shows, like the 1990 sitcom Uncle Buck.
An autopsy is pending, according to TMZ, but in the meantime, other comedians from across the industry were shocked and saddened as they paid their respects on social media.
Poor Roseanne Barr!
On Wednesday, the funny lady took to Twitter to reveal that she has broken her kneecap after slipping and falling while at San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. Oof!
To make matters worse, Miz Barr confirmed she will in fact need surgery following the accident. Yikes!
The Roseanne actress posted:
We can't begin to imagine what Alexis Arquette's loved ones are currently going through.
As we previously reported, the longtime actress and transgender activist passed away on Sunday, September 11. Arquette was only 47 years old. So sad!
Alexis, who starred in various hits like The Wedding Singer and Bride Of Chucky, first started working in the industry at 12 years old. Not to mention, the late LGBT influencer was siblings with Oscar winner Patricia Arquette and A-lister David Arquette. Alexis' siblings have since commented on the untimely passing on Twitter (below).
Our TVs are ready!
That's because after a month that gave us new seasons of BoJack Horseman, Between, and Stranger Things, we've got 72 new additions to the streaming service to look forward to!
We're talking classics like Roseanne, The Fast and the Furious, Sleepy Hollow, NCIS, and even Zack and Miri Make a Porno in just a few days!
Unfortunately, that also means we have to say say goodbye to a few favorites… but we're sure we'll see them available again in no time.
Ch-ch-check out everything coming to and leaving from Netflix this August (below)!!!
While Hillary is certainly the favored nominee amongst most powerful women in Hollywood, it looks like Trump has a supporter in Roseanne Barr, who loudly and proudly endorsed the GOP nominee for president!
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, the Emmy winner said:
"I think we would be so lucky if Trump won. Because then it wouldn't be Hillary."
As for why she isn't a fan of Hillary, the 63-year-old explained:
It's the mother of all votes!
Over the years, there have been plenty of great TV moms who taught us all different kinds of life lessons — but which mother reigns supreme above the rest?
Are you more keen on wholesome matriarchs like Carol Brady, who taught The Brady Bunch about sharing, kindness, and the importance of family?
Or would you rather be raised by the doting yet self-absorbed Lucille Bluth, who despite the occasional criticism about her parenting loves ALL her children equally — well, except for GOB…
Celebrate Mother's Day by voting for your favorite TV moms (below)!
Three's a crowd?!
In case you didn't know, the 29-year-old actress and the Roseanne alum met on their hit show The Big Bang Theory and dated for two years.
Of course, the blonde beauty would then go on to marry tennis hunk Ryan Sweeting in 2013.
But is it weird co-starring with a former flame?!
The Cali-native responded: