The Big Bang Theory‘s Mayim Bialik has been particularly outspoken lately and she most recently blasted the beloved Disney movie Frozen for its feminist plot and “male bashing.” However, Rosie O’Donnell strongly disagrees with this statement and she’s not afraid to make her own.
O’Donnell let her thoughts be known during an episode of The View on Thursday, Sept. 18, where she went on a rant to defend her favorite fairy-tale fantasy.
“There’s been a very depressing and distressing thing that’s happened in the news,” O’Donnell began. “I’m sure you’ve read about it. Mayim Bialik from Blossom and The Big Bang Theory has come out against the movie Frozen.
“I just want to say that I feel that Frozen is the best Disney movie ever made — full disclosure — Disney is the parent company of the show, but I’m just saying it because it’s true. I’ve seen it 250 times. I can say it, every word of it, memorized. I love it like the rest of America, but Blossom apparently doesn’t.”
O’Donnell makes a good point since Frozen is currently the highest-grossing film of 2013 and quite possibly one of the best animated films of all time.
The camera then cut to a split screen with one picture of the talk-show host and another of Bialik, and this was the perfect time for O’Donnell to make her final statement.
“So, in honor of Mayim Bialik and Blossom, I’d like to give everyone a Frozen DVD,” she said.