Rosie O’Donnell took issue with the fact that “Big Bang Theory” star and former “Blossom” actress Mayim Bialik condemned the hit Disney movie “Frozen.” The “View” host called the star out during the talk show Thursday.

"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, 52, said, according to E! News.

Bialik explained in a blog post that she wasn’t tickled by the musical performances in the film and said she felt the film lacked a feminist plot. To her, the “reigning plot” was just about a girl going after a guy. “My issue is that this is a movie geared to small children who I don't think need to be focusing on that as the main driving plot of a movie, especially when it's not a literary or historically-based fairy tale,” she wrote in part.

But O’Donnell didn’t want to entertain Bialik’s argument. "You know what I'm going to do Mayim?"

She ordered the cameraperson to do a split screen and then made the following announcement: “in honor of Mayim Bialik and Blossom, I'd like to give everyone a ‘Frozen’ DVD."

Meanwhile, people loved “Frozen” so much that a sequel is on the way. The second film, “Frozen Fever,” is expected to hit theaters spring 2015. "In 'Frozen Fever,' it's Anna's birthday and Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but Elsa's icy powers may put more than just the party at risk," Disney wrote in a blog post.

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