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Roseanne: Season 3
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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, Valentines 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
- Interview featurettes with actors Laurie Metcalf and Lecy Goranson
- Best of Season Three clips
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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. The tragically late, and very enduring Glenn Quinn makes his "Roseanne" debut as Mark Healy.
Trick or Treat First aired: 10/30/1990
Roseanne, mistaken for a guy in her lumberjack Halloween costume, plays along with some of the patrons.
PMS, I Love You First aired: 11/6/1990
Roseanne is at her bitchiest-best in this ep about Dan's birthday "surprise party."
Bird is the Word First aired: 11/13/1990
Becky is suspended for allegedly giving the finger in her class photo.
Dream Lover First aired: 11/27/1990
Dan ill-advisedly tells Roseanne he's having dreams of a mysterious, and oddly homely, other woman, Marge Dolman (played by Patrika Darbo). Incidenlty, a few years later when the "poison Arnolds" were hot news, Patrika played Roseanne in a horrible network telepic.
Do You Know Where Your Parents Are? First aired: 12/4/1990
Since the girls continually break curfew, Dan and Roseanne celebrate the anniversary of their first lovemaking by revisiting the restaurant/hotel. This is an ep that Nick at Nite doesn't like to air; perhaps because of the sexual themes.
Confessions First aired: 12/18/1990
An angry and deflated Roseanne discovered that her mother always thought sister Jackie had more talent to reach her potential.
The Courtship of Eddie, Dan's Father First aired: 1/8/1991
Dan's visiting father astonishes everyone by announcing his plans to marry thrice-married Crystal.
The Wedding First aired: 1/15/1991
Against Dan's wishes, Roseanne forges ahead with wedding preparations, of Crystal and Ed.
Becky Doesn't Live Here Anymore First aired: 1/22/1991
Another ep where Becky has a temper-tantrum, and runs to Jackie's 1-room pad.
Home-Ec First aired: 2/5/1991
Darlene is embarassed when Roseanne gives Darlene's home economics class a lesson.
Valentine's Day First aired: 2/12/1991
Roseanne is mad at Dan for forgetting Valentine's Day.
Communicable Theater First aired: 2/19/1991
Roseanne is torn between taking care of her flu-stricken husband and helping Jackie learn lines for her play. Roseanne rips Jackie a new-one but then feels bad for her short-temper and big-mouth.
Vegas Interruptus First aired: 2/26/1991
Roseanne may lose her job if she and Dan go on their long-awaited trip to Las Vegas.
Her Boyfriend's Back First aired: 3/12/1991
Hotty Mark is back for more trouble when he gets his hands on Becky and Dan's bike!
Troubles with the Rubbles First aired: 3/26/1991
The new neighbor next door, Kathy Bowman, looks down on Roseanne and complains that D. J. is a bad influence on her son, Todd.
Second Time Around First aired: 4/2/1991
Roseanne helps Crystal with her Lamaze classes.
Dances with Darlene First aired: 4/30/1991
Roseanne tries to convince Darlene to wear something feminine to a school dance.
Scenes from a Barbecue First aired: 5/7/1991
Nana Mary (the legendary Ms. Shelley Winters) makes her "Roseanne" debut as Rosie's outspoken grandmother at the Connors' mother's day celebration. ABC & their sponsors must have loved all these holiday-themed epsisodes.
The Pied Piper of Lanford First aired: 5/14/1991
Dan and Roseanne commit to opening a motorcycle shop with a free-spirited old friend who leaves at the last minute.
Seasons 1 and 2 of the show are just as spectacular and solid and Season 3 continues its comic stride, making the characters more complex, especially Darlene and Becky as they enter their teenage years.
The episodes are unedited (unlike Season 1 DVD) and there's nary a misstep in the whole bunch. Every episode is grounded in believable every day situations and the writing is superb. It never talks down to the audience and as such, the viewer really identifies with each of these richly drawn characters. Add the fact that the show is scathingly funny and you really have one of my all time favorite sitcoms.
The DVD comes in 4 discs with all 25 of Season 3's episodes. Some extras on Disc 4 include interviews with Lecy Goranson (Becky) and Laurie Metcalf (Jackie).