Roseanne

Roseanne is an Emmy Award winning American sitcom which aired on ABC from 1988 to 1997, starring stand-up comedian Roseanne Barr.
Roseanne is an Emmy Award winning American sitcom which aired on ABC from 1988 to 1997, starring stand-up comedian Roseanne Barr.

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Darlene and David bring home their new baby. Roseanne's sage advice for her daughter? ""The best part is when you can mold their tender little egos to fit your every whim,"" she says. But the baby's not the only news. When friends and family gather to cel

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Darlene and David bring home their new baby. Roseanne's sage advice for her daughter? ""The best part is when you can mold their tender little egos to fit your every whim,"" she says. But the baby's not the only news. When friends and family gather to cel
Dan's eccentric mom heads straight for Lanford after she's released from hospital, claiming to be cured. Problem is, Dan thinks she's trying to kill him.

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s9e22 Arsenic and Old Mom
May 13, 1997
Dan's eccentric mom heads straight for Lanford after she's released from hospital, claiming to be cured. Problem is, Dan thinks she's trying to kill him.
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s9e9 Roseambo
January 25, 1997
January 25, 1997
Roseambo
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s9e12 Home for the Holidays
January 30, 1996
January 30, 1996
Home for the Holidays
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s9e13 Say It Ain't So
January 31, 1997
January 31, 1997
Say It Ain't So
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s9e14 Hit the Road, Jack
February 1, 1997
February 1, 1997
Hit the Road, Jack
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s9e15 The War Room
February 3, 1997
February 3, 1997
The War Room
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s9e16 Lanford's Elite (1)
February 11, 1997
February 11, 1997
Lanford's Elite (1)
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s9e18 A Second Chance
February 18, 1997
February 18, 1997
A Second Chance
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s9e19 The Miracle
February 25, 1997
February 25, 1997
The Miracle
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s9e20 Roseanne-Feld
March 4, 1997
March 4, 1997
Roseanne-Feld
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s9e21 The Truth Be Told
March 18, 1997
March 18, 1997
The Truth Be Told
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Series Finale

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This show changed American television for the better. It was one of the few (and sadly still is) that featured working class families. And used realistic actors to portray them. It showed realistic struggles that come with unemployment and bad economies for the people Hollywood largely forgets. It was groundbreaking for women behind the scenes and on camera. It heavily featured strong women without demeaning the male characters. They were complex and showed the real lives of women. They handled domestic violence, sexism, breast reduction, female friendships, teen birth control, etc. It included on of the funniest first period episodes of television. It was also groundbreaking for LGBT issues. One of the first lesbian kisses on primetime network television. It wasn't done for ratings and Roseanne had to fight to have it aired. A hilarious over the top gay wedding. A variety of interesting LGBT characters. Also: Riot Grrrls and Traci Lordes. One of the most subversive shows to air. Thanks largely to Roseanne's constant willingness to take on producers and network execs. Just skip the last season.
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MY ABSOLUTE favorite, always and forever! I can't wait to have the extra cash to buy the ENTIRE series! I grew up watching this, my mom watched it all the time, Roseanne was like a second mom to me. I felt like I was part of her family to. And it resembled my family a lot. A CLASSIC tv show that EVERYONE needs to see!
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