Roseanne 9 Seasons 1993

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Season 6
(74) IMDb 8.7/10

4. A Stash From the Past TV-G CC

The Past Is Smoky.

Roseanne Barr, John Goodman
22 minutes
Original air date:
October 6, 1993

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Season 6

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Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Philip Charles MacKenzie
Starring Roseanne Barr, John Goodman
Supporting actors Laurie Metcalf, Sara Gilbert, Michael Fishman, Johnny Galecki, Paul Feig, Kari Coleman
Season year 1994
Network Carsey-Werner
Producers Tom Arnold, Roseanne Barr, James Berg, Marcy Carsey, Jay Daniel, Eric Gilliland, Al Lowenstein, Steve Pepoon, Amy Sherman-Palladino, Barbara Stoll, Miriam Trogdon, Rob Ulin, Tom Werner, Sid Youngers, Stan Zimmerman
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Roseanne - The Complete Sixth Season is probably the last great season.
I would recommend this to people that enjoy classic disfunctional family entertainment.
Caleb Martin White
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45 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Jerrad Johnson on September 25, 2006
Format: DVD
123. Two Down, One to Go

Roseanne is devastated when Darlene decides that she doesn't want her to take her to school in New York. After a big blow out, it is decided that she will drive her, and ends up staying the night in her new apartment. The two stay up late talking about personal things for the first time, bringing a new aspect to their relationship.

124. The Mommy's Curse

Brutally honest Roseanne suffers the consequences after telling Bev that she's had her fill of her at the Lunch Box. Bev agrees for once, and sells her share of the diner to Leon. Meanwhile, Jackie jumps back into the dating arena, deciding to give Fred a shot.

125. Party Politics

Tired of David and Darlene's separation, Roseanne plots to reunite them, bringing Darlene home for the weekend. Once she finds that Roseanne had this planned, she teams up with DJ, to help him master ditching school, Darlene style.

126. A Stash from the Past

Foreman Dan feels lower than low for getting tough with his employees at work, while Roseanne lectures David for getting high after she finds a stash of pot in the house. After getting a false confession out of David, who assumed it was Darlene's, Dan lets her know that the stash is indeed her own.

127. Be My Baby

Roseanne has been trying to get pregnant for months, but has had no luck. Jackie drops a bomb on the situation, by announcing her own pregnancy with Fred after a one night stand. Jackie's news seems to hold consequence for Dan, Roseanne decides that she can't be pregnant while Jackie is.

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41 of 48 people found the following review helpful By calvinnme HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 24, 2006
Format: DVD
Although this season has some excellent episodes, and overall is a five star season, we begin to see the start of some of the trends that eventually becomes the downfall of the series.

"A Stash From the Past" is one of the best episodes of the season. The scene with Jackie, Roseanne, and Dan all in the bathroom together is worth the price of admission alone. Also, the Halloween episode from this season is one of the better ones, with Darlene and David pretending to be broken up and seeing other people. Roseanne finally gets bested by a Halloween prank when she walks in on what appears to be Darlene in the aftermath of having brutally murdered David's new beau. "Homeward Bound" is also excellent with D.J. having taken up a new hobby - one that has him tying up the bathroom for excessive periods of time. Dan has a man-to-man chat with D.J. to let him know that what he is going through is typical for a boy his age, when D.J. decides to launch a volley of questions at Dan about his new hobby. A very uncomfortable Dan informs D.J. that although this is something that everyone does, it is also not something that people talk about.

"The Driver's Seat" finally goes into more needed detail about Roseanne's troubled childhood. D.J. steals the family car, and when he is found out, Roseanne reacts by spanking him in front of Dan and Jackie. Her remorse is great, and in probably the best scene between her and D.J. of the entire series, she tells him how sorry she is and how she was hit as a child. In the background, Leon has been adding to Roseanne's stress by trumping her in decision making over at the diner.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Review Lover on December 20, 2006
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Season six of Roseanne is probably the most rewarding season on DVD to date - the actors are finally established in their roles, the situations and scenarios are more polished and fleshed-out and the scripts are tighter than before (not to say that seasons 1 thru 5 are bad: quite the opposite, they're great, and I own them all - as should you!!).

This season is notable for a number of reasons: it sees the beginnings of the considerable comedy talent of Sarah Chalke, a more likeable and accessible Becky than Lecy Goranson of previous seasons, the characters of Mark and David (particularly the latter) are given more screen time and better storylines, the nature of the relationship between Bev and her daughters becomes more multidimensional and more rewarding to watch, and the return of Leon makes for some hilarious one-liners.

Actually, hilarity abounds in this season, which contains almost all of my favourite Roseanne moments: Bev's sex accident and her reaction to Dan and Fred's knowlege of it (an undeniable television comedy classic, fans!!), DJ discovering puberty (Darlene's line about this has stayed with me forever!!), Jackie's wedding to Fisher and the preceeding epsiode where everyone thinks she has a crush on Dan, Nana Mary's line to Fred about how he impregnated Jackie... and the list goes on and on.

Similarly, the poignant moments in this season are much stronger and believable than before, with the most notable being in the episode "Lies My Father Told Me", where John Goodman's reading of a man coming to terms with his mother's mental illness is absolutely whole and very, very affecting.

This is definitely a wonderful season of an outstanding television comedy, but take my advice: if you haven't got any of them yet, start with Season One.
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