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Roseanne is stunned when Becky asks for advice about birth control.
74. Take My Bike ... Please!
Roseanne and Dan open up shop at Lanford Custom Cycle, but selling a bike proves an exhausting challenge, as does keeping the household fine-tuned with Becky in charge.
75. Why Jackie Becomes a Trucker
After a night out on the town drinking, Jackie awakens and is horrified to find that she has slept with Arnie. Dan invites Leon home for the weekly poker game; DJ trades his comics for a dog, and Roseanne spends all of her time trying to give the dog back to a woman with endless excuses.
76. Darlene Fades to Black
Darlene slips into a depressive state, leaving Roseanne and Dan wondering what is wrong, why she is wanting to wear only black, watch TV and be left alone. Dan gets a moped as a trade-in at the bike shop, and Becky has her sights set on having it. Dan and Roseanne have something different in mind.
77. Tolerate Thy Neighbor
Roseanne's new neighbors the Bowmans are out of town, and Roseanne watches as a truck pulls up,and men start to load up some of their belongings. Roseanne, envious that they are "donating" their nice things, grabs a token for herself. Upon their return, the Bowmans are furious that they had been robbed...as Roseanne watched and did nothing.
78. Trick Me Up, Trick Me Down
Roseanne is on pins & needles, convinced that Kathy Bowman will take revenge for the Halloween prank she played on her; Jackie flirts with a moose at the Lodge costume party only to discover that it's former boyfriend Booker (in his last appearance).
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Many fans agree that seasons 4 and 5 contain the best set of episodes, not just for Roseanne, but for any sitcom period. With 20-plus episodes in each season, it's shocking that there simply isn't even a single dud in the bunch. EVERY single episode in seasons 4 and 5 play like mini-masterpieces, blending that trademark comedy and realistic drama like no other. Enjoy!!!
I was twelve years old when "Roseanne" came out, and vividly remember it having such a huge impact on my family, as well as society as a whole. For the first time, middle-class families could identify with characters on a sitcom, and enjoy real life issues and problems being handled with utmost care and realism.
What made "Roseanne" unique was its utter lack of vanity, superficiality, and unrealistic idealism. In the age of "The Cosby Show," and "Family Ties," Roseanne stormed in as an overweight, screaming mother who didn't always keep her house clean, didn't pay the bills on time, didn't always have the answer, and didn't keep her sexuality hidden. From the very first episode, viewers got to see a messy house, screaming kids who don't always listen, and parents who struggle with money, menial jobs, and weight issues. Finally, a real family on television! Can you think of another show where the female lead walks around the house with an xxx-large bright pink bathrobe, rollers in her hair, and can still be taken seriously?Read more ›
FINALLY, for this fourth season set, there are at last commentaries by Roseanne! And even better, they are video-commentaries, which means you actually watch Roseanne live on the right-side of your TV screen as she watches and comments on the episode playing on the (larger) left side of your screen. The two episodes she comments on are TRICK ME UP TRICK ME DOWN (that season's Halloween episode, which also marked the final appearance of George Clooney as Booker--and Roseanne has some great, sharp comments on the fact that her series's writers didn't appreciate Clooney the way she did) and THANKSGIVING '91 (with guests Shelley WInters and Estelle Parsons). These are wonderful commentaries, very funny, very honest and Roseanne's comments are aided by some pop-up blurbs at the bottom of the screen that sometimes corrects or elaborates on something Roseanne has said. (For instance, Roseanne says Shelley Winters wasnt too happy about playing Parson's mother because she was only a few years older than Parsons. The pop-up track tells us that WInters was seven years older than Parsons.)
The second extra is a brief on-camera interview with Roseanne about the show. It's spirited and fun and filled with clips. The final extra is called "A Grown-Up Sit Down Interview with "an Adult" Becky and D.J.Read more ›
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The humor is incredible and stands the test of time. So clever!!!Published 29 days ago by Happy Customer
This episode of "Roseanne" is my favorite!!! It was done while the show was still funny and didn't get all whiny towards the end of the series' run. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Target lady
My favorite show!!! All discs worked and all episodes accounted for. Though warning each disc is in a paper sleeve and all fit in one slot of case. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sugarcookies
I LOVE ALL - WELL, MOST OF - THE ROSEANNE SERIES! AND THIS ONE IS GREAT - CRYSTAL HAS HER BABY AND ROSEANNE WAS A DOORKNOB! SHE MISSED IT! FUNNY!Published 2 months ago by BARB
I watched this the first time it ever came on T.V.DEALS WITH LIFE AT IT'S BEST AND WORST...Sometimes funny,serious,with a severe kick of A Mama that knows how to get things... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Teddy Towe