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Bottom line, season five of Roseanne is a must-own season. - DVDTalk
One of the greatest seasons yet!
Relive all 25 episodes of season 5 of the award winning comedy from America s favorite dysfunctional family.
It s another hilarious season of the typical blue-collar family trying to raise a family and make ends meet. This season Roseanne and Jackie open a diner, Darlene decides to go to art school and her boyfriend moves in. The bike shop is closed and Dan decides to renovate a house that Jackie eventually buys to save Dan from financial disaster. And the show begins to take stronger topic like domestic violence. It s another unforgettable season for the domestic goddess and her family.
Starring: Emmy© Award Winner Roseanne Barr, Golden Globe© Winner John Goodman, Sara Gilbert, three time Emmy© Award Winner Laurie Metcalf, Michael Fishman and Lecy Goranson Special performances by guest stars Loretta Lynn, Morgan Fairchild, Bill Maher, Ed Begley, Jr., Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Joan Collins and Chris Farley.
Bonus Feature: Roseanne Answers the Fans Top Questions
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98.Terms of Estrangement (1)-- Dan and Roseanne have some adjustments to make, when the Bike shop and the Diner both go out of business, leaving Roseanne the sole wage earner. Becky takes the news hard, it means that Mark will have to leave town; so she elopes with him, and leaves with him.
99.Terms of Estrangement (2)-- Roseanne and Dan prepare to say goodbye to Becky, when her an Mark come back to gather some belongings, and head out to start their married life together.
100.The Dark Ages-- The power company cuts off the Conners' power. Dan and Roseanne must look at Darlene in a new light after David spends the night in her room.
101.Mommy Nearest-- Roseanne and Jackie are stunned when their mother hands each of them a check for ten thousand dollars, to do with what they like. Bev then announces she is moving to Lanford, that causes a series of arguements. Jackie agonizes over dating Fisher, a perfect but much, much younger man.
102.Pretty in Black-- Roseanne mortifies Darlene with a sweet sixteen party, then sends her off to her friends while the adults enjoy the festivities, which include a game of Truth or Dare; the Tildens move in next door; Darlene dyes her hair black to make Roseanne mad, but is shocked when Roseanne reacts differently.
103.Looking for Loans in All the Wrong Places-- Denied a loan to open the restaurant, Roseanne must turn to her mother, who has a different solution to her money woes. Darlene catches D.J. peeping at neighbor Molly.Read more ›
The Conner family luck takes an abrupt turn upward when Roseanne's mother, having just finished divorcing Roseanne's father, decides to move back to Lanford and gives both Jackie and Roseanne each ten thousand dollars to do with as they please. Ultimately, though, even this is not enough for the two sisters to do what they really want - open up a diner in a now vacant building. Thus, they reluctantly invite their mother in as a partner in their business venture.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Roseanne is an ongoing part of my life. I only watch during Fall and Winter.Published 5 days ago by Karen Fuller
Always a favorite show of mine, and one of the best told stories of a middle class family and is never afraid to touch on subject matter that other shows wouldn't go near!Published 4 months ago by Michael F.
I bought this and season 2 to complete my series. The packaging of the individual discs is cheap and disappointing. Read morePublished 9 months ago by felicia crabb
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|What's the difference between this set and the set released in 2006?||
I believe (I'm not positive) that the main difference is the company (studio) that has released it. This set is from Mills Creek (based in MN), whereas the older set was put out by Anchor Bay (division of Starz Media). I'm not overly familiar with Mills Creek other than they seem to put out... Read More
Aug 16, 2012 by P. Bump | See all 2 posts