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Roseanne: Season 3


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  • Actors: Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Michael Fishman, Sara Gilbert
  • Directors: Gail Mancuso, John Whitesell
  • Writers: Amy Sherman-Palladino, Bob Myer, Brad Isaacs, Brian LaPan, Bruce Graham
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • DVD Release Date: March 21, 2006
  • Run Time: 554 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000DZ95IK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #159,284 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Roseanne: Season 3" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Interview featurettes with actors Laurie Metcalf and Lecy Goranson
  • Best of Season Three clips

Editorial Reviews

All hail the domestic goddess! In this top-rated third season, Roseanne Conner and family continue to push the sitcom envelope as they deliver one of the most acclaimed and daring shows in television history. Relive all the classic hilarity as Roseanne explains the facts of life to Darlene, Dan endures PMS, Becky moves in with Jackie, D.J. turns weird, Nana Mary visits, Valentine’s Day gets forgotten, curfews are broken, surprise weddings and pregnancies rock the house and much more! Season Three of Roseanne includes appearances by Tom Arnold, Ned Beatty, Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Garrett, Judy Gold, Alyson Hannigan, Tobey Maguire, Martin Mull, Estelle Parsons, Natalie West, and Shelley Winters

Customer Reviews

Plays well in DVD player, was New in package.
Sara
I loved watching this when I was younger and my daughter loves it now.
T. Hobson
I have the previous two seasons, and this is the best so far.
K.C.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By belvis on July 10, 2006
Format: DVD
The 1990-1991 third season of "Roseanne" was clearly the season where the show really defined itself. While the first two seasons were good, especially the second, the third was the first Perfect Season, and it was also when the show really started to take risks and tackle heavy issus with amazing skill, all the while remaining laugh out loud hilarious.

The first episode of the season was "The Test," and it was test in many ways. It was the first episode to air after Roseanne's National Anthem incident, where she pissed off most of America and was called a disgrace by President Bush (quite ironic considering how his son is running the country these days). Fortunately, the incident was forgotten and "Roseanne" continued to roll along smoothly, turning out some of the finest episodes of the whole series. Who doesn't love "Like, A Virgin," in which Darlene is caught making out with her friend Brian on the couch? And who could forget the classic Halloween special, "Trick Or Treat," in which Roseanne dresses as a man and is so convincing that she spends most of the night hanging with a group of men at The Lobo. Probably the funniest episode of the season is "PMS, I Love You," in which Roseanne's PMS collides with Dan's surprise birthday party and disaster ensues. "Vegas Interruptus" is a very notable episode as Roseanne and Dan debate whether to go to Vegas or stay at home so Roseanne won't lose her job. The episode shows how rare a vacation is for Roseanne and Dan and how Roseanne has to balance the importance of her job over the importance of her trip. The classic "Scenes From A Barbecue" introduced Nana Mary, portrayed brilliantly by the late Shelly Winters.
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Season three of Roseanne doesn't revolve around any particular overriding story arc, but the kids are definitely beginning to grow up. As in almost every season, there are quite a few changes taking place in all of the characters' lives, but the show's greatness mainly lies in the "real life" way that each situation is handled and in the raw emotions and interactions of the characters, not in the situations themselves.

"The Test" is a great season opener as Roseanne and her family wait for the outcome of her home pregnancy test. There are some precious moments, such as when DJ asks if he was an accident, and Roseanne tells him that he was a surprise, the difference being that "an accident is something that you wouldn't do over again if you had the chance, but a surprise is something you didn't even know you wanted until you got it." The girls show their selfish side, trying to make a case for not having the baby even before the test is complete. Becky goes as far as asking her mother "Don't you want me to go to college?".

The audience gets their first look at the late Glenn Quinn as rebel and smart-mouth Mark Healey in "Becky, Beds, and Boys". Mark doesn't even pretend to care what the Conners think when he shows up in a bar, obviously under-aged and the Conners see him there. His answer to their question of how he got in there when he is only 18 is that he has a piece of paper that says he is 21. Becky's concerned parents forbid her to see Mark anymore, but she keeps coming up with ways to see him anyway. I liked how Mark was portrayed in these early seasons when he was "Rebel Without a Cause" as opposed to the last three seasons when he was transformed into "Rebel Without a Clue".
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Pageturner in NYC on February 27, 2006
Format: DVD
I'm delighted that the uncut episodes of ROSEANNE are being issued afterthe snafu of the first season. But, WHERE ARE THE COMMENTARIES? Before Anchor Bay decided to release the show on DVD, Roseanne spoke to HomeMediaReatiling ([...]) on March 27, 2004 and said:

"Roseanne said she would be happy to create extras for a DVD package. She's particularly keen on providing commentary tracks and promises to come clean on the notorious behind-the-scenes conflicts between cast and crew. "I would totally do commentary for it, because I remember almost every show and what was going on," she said. "I would say, `Well, this is where such and such was fired.' There are good stories." And yet she maintains, "We always had fun, the cast. We always had great fun every day on that show."

We're going into the third season and still no commentaries. You'd think someone who controllled the show so completely as Roseanne did would be proud to talk about her struggles and triumphs on this ground-breaking show.

Wouldn't you all love to hear Roseanne doing commentary either solo or with co-stars John Goodman or Laurie Metcalfe? Hope Roseanne is listening.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By JGC on March 16, 2006
Format: DVD
Roseanne Barr (yes, Rosey has taken back her given last-name when she "regained" her sanity) is a genius and a modern-day Lucille Ball. Roseanne spoke for the masses (middle-class, working Americans) when we had no voice. And Roseanne made it ok to be different, to be crazy, to be fat, to be g-a-y, or to be anything else you wanted to be in a Busch-lead society.

I don't think any other TV "sitcom" in the history of modern American culture has touched more lives or portrayed a more realistic nuclear family than "Roseanne." My family was "Roseanne" and there millions of other "Roseanne" families in America, right?

There are a total of twenty-five episodes from Season 3. All the episodes on this box-set will be UN-CUT.

Here's a list of all the episodes from Season 3 with the original ABC air dates:

The Test First aired: 9/18/1990
The family awaits the results of Roseanne's pregnancy test. This was Rosanne's first episode after her "National Anthem" controversy.

Friends and Relatives First aired: 9/25/1990
Lending money to his dead-beat pal Arnie comes easily for Dan, while supporting his family takes a little more effort and thought.

Like, a Virgin First aired: 10/2/1990
Roseanne decides it's time to give Becky "the talk."

Like, a New Job First aired: 10/9/1990
Another "like a" title :-). Despite her misgivings, Roseanne, working late as a coffee-shop waitress, leaves Dan in charge.

Goodbye, Mr. Right First aired: 10/16/1990
After Officer Harris gets slightly injured, Gary says he's tired of always worrying about her.

Becky, Beds and Boys First aired: 10/23/1990
Becky's folks pressure her to stop dating a boy.
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What good would it had done if Jackie did say that? By now, she was basicly off the police force because of a back injury she had, and of course, out of uniform. If she was still an active police officer at that point, she would've threatened the guy in some manner. When the guy was insisting on... Read More
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