Ozzy Osbourne's children, Kelly and Jack Osbourne, were interviewed by "Rhode Show" host Elizabeth Hopkins about their family's return to television with the premiere last night (Tuesday, March 31) on Fox of "Osbournes: Reloaded". Watch the chat below.The first six episodes of of "Osbournes: Reloaded" include a blindfolded audience member duped into kissing a grandmother, a visit from Pam Anderson (complete with wardrobe malfunction) and "Candid Camera"-style video of The Prince of Darkness slinging burgers at a fast-food drive-through. Regarding the hidden-camera segment of Ozzy at a fast-food drive-through., he told Starpulse.com, "Not to my liking, to be honest with you. I didn't get involved in the entertainment business to do fast food restaurants. These people really work." He added, "One thing I've learned, I try not to complain too much about people who have to do manual jobs that you would never want to do. Who cleans up, who does dishes? Somebody does that job. I come from a working class background. I've never forgotten that. I've done my share of destroying hotel rooms and all of that stuff. It makes me realize they're still out there and they're still doing them jobs." For more information, visit www.fox.com/osbournes.
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