Macdonald tells The Hollywood Reporter "I'm happy the #MeToo movement has slowed down a little bit," pointing to Chris Hardwick, whom he says, "I really thought got the blunt end of the stick there." Macdonald, who previously said murderers get more sympathy than Louis CK, says the lack of forgiveness in the #MeToo movement is a major flaw. "The model used to be admit wrongdoing, show complete contrition, and then we give you a second chance," he says. "Now it's admit wrongdoing and you're finished. And so the only way to survive is to deny, deny, deny. That's not healthy — that there is no forgiveness. I do think that at some point it will end with a completely innocent person of prominence sticking a gun in his head and ending it. That's my guess. I know a couple of people this has happened to." He also reveals that since he had Louis CK phone Roseanne Barr, whom he worked for on Roseanne, after she was fired for her racist tweet. "Roseanne was so broken up (after her firing) that I got Louis to call her, even though Roseanne was very hard on Louis before that," says Macdonald. "But she was just so broken and just crying constantly. There are very few people that have gone through what they have, losing everything in a day. Of course, people will go, 'What about the victims?' But you know what? The victims didn't have to go through that." What did Roseanne and Louis CK talk about? "They both said they had a good conversation and were just giving any advice you could give to each other," says Macdonald. "There would be no way for me to even understand that advice, because who has ever gone through such a thing? All their work in their entire life being wiped out in a single day, a moment."