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A loving but imperfect working-class family led by its `domestic goddess' mother was the basis of this classic, long-running sitcom. Issue-oriented storylines and its identifiable blue-collar characters made this the antithesis of the traditional warm-and-fuzzy family sitcom, and the success of its stand-up star inspired other comics (including Jerry Se (more…)

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Roseanne Reportedly on the Hunt for Darlene and David's [Spoiler]

Johnny Galecki's involvement in the Roseanne reboot at ABC is still unsure, but there will be a definite David Healy presence on the show. According to TVLine, Roseanne producers are on the hunt for young actors to play the children of Darlene (Sara… Read more

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Into That Good Night, Part 2 Season 9, Episode 24 May 20, 1997 $1.99

The family talks about their life after winning the lottery, glad that part of their lives is over. They order out for pizza and Roseanne suggests saying grace to thank God that Harris beat the odds and that they're all together. Everyone comes by to welcome Harris home: Bev, Leon, Scott and Nancy. They're all pleased when Leon and Scott announce that they've adopted a threeyear- old Romanian girl, and it's revealed that Becky has just learned she's pregnant but has yet to tell the family. And as the extended family gathers around the kitchen table for take-out food, Roseanne looks at each one of them and reflects.

Into That Good Night, Part 1 Season 9, Episode 23 May 20, 1997 $1.99

Roseanne and Dan are delighted that Darlene, David and their new daughter, Harris Conner Healy, will be staying with them. D.J. has grudgingly given up his room for them and is moving to the basement. He says he'll have more room to work on his film projects, but reminds Roseanne he was supposed to get her writing room. The family talks about their life after winning the lottery, glad that part of their lives is over.

Arsenic and Old Mom Season 9, Episode 22 May 13, 1997 $1.99

Dan's estranged mother heads straight to Lanford for a visit after she's released from the hospital. However, Dan suspects she's far from cured and is afraid she's trying to kill him.

The Truth Be Told Season 9, Episode 21 Mar 18, 1997 $1.99

Roseanne and Jackie are disturbed about the feeding frenzy among the media since the Conners won the lottery. They're amazed that many of the stories are outright lies. But they're extremely excited about the bidding war for rights to the Conners' story for a TV movie, and Roseanne and Jackie agonize about what they should wear to the meeting. At the meeting Roseanne learns that the producers' main concern is ratings and they want gorgeous actors to portray the Conners, and are anxious to bend the truth to make a more interesting story.

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Happy Trailers(Season 7, Episode 22) TVLAND

Becky and Mark's basic instincts are to make it on their own, in a trailer park---where a tipsy neighbor (Sharon Stone) puts out the welcome mat. Becky: Sarah Chalke. Mark: Glenn Quinn. Bob: John McConnell. Darlene: Sara Gilbert. David: Johnny Galecki.

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Thu Jul 27 3:30am
The Blaming of the Shrew(Season 7, Episode 23) TVLAND

D.J. allows a vixen to boss him around. Meanwhile, Jackie and Fred see a therapist to fix their marriage. Ellen DeGeneres, Ashley Johnson. D.J.: Michael Fishman. Jackie: Laurie Metcalf. Fred: Michael O'Keefe.

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Thu Jul 27 4:00am
The Birds and Frozen Bees(Season 7, Episode 24) TVLAND

There's a possibility that David may like another girl better than Darlene---who must act fast or lose him. David: Johnny Galecki. D.J.: Michael Fishman. Leon: Martin Mull. Mark: Glenn Quinn.

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  • Premiered: October 18, 1988
  • Rating: TV-PG
  • Premise: A loving but imperfect working-class family led by its `domestic goddess' mother was the basis of this classic, long-running sitcom. Issue-oriented storylines and its identifiable blue-collar characters made this the antithesis of the traditional warm-and-… (more)

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