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And I was going along, doing the show and preparing sketches and stuff, and then I watched something that I wasn’t in, and I was going to sit there and watch it and comment on it, and Grant said to me, ' You go on home.

One is about someone who went to the toilet and didn't wash his hands. I spent a lot of time with Roger Stone discussing how he gets his hair that way.

We’ll take care of things,'" while patting her on the hand.

More roundtables featuring comedy and drama actors, drama actresses, comedy and drama showrunners, and reality hosts and producers will roll out throughout June in print and online.

' I didn’t want to hear anything because I was afraid it would derail me." When the conversation turned to sexism within Hollywood, Tomlin stated bluntly, "Back in the earlier days there were very few women who would have the balls that you girls do," addressing her younger Roundtable counterparts such as 's Ilana Glazer.

"You’re out of sight, really." Tomlin recounted stories of sexism earlier on in her career, saying, "I did my first special and I got a huge rating. And so I said, ' I’ll do another show, but I don’t want a partner.' They said, ' Well, you’ve got to have somebody that we can talk to.' This is how bad it was." She continued, "I went and I talked to every top producer in the variety business, from Norman Lear to Grant Tinker.