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Old 05-30-2014, 07:10 PM   #16
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I think the best Crystal scene is when she comes over to check on Jackie to see if she's doing a good job when Roseanne's away. I think it was season 2 and in the end Roseanne was sporting that very short hairdo in which Dan responded "Ah, Dorothy Hamill."

Anyway, Chrystal comes in and then Jackie goes "Chrystal, whats with the accent? You came from Lanford just like all of us" and then Chrystal and Jackie go
"My father came from Arkansas." Then Jackie touched did that thing with her nose. That was laugh out funny.
LOL, I remember that. Was that when Jackie said something to Crystal about her "Little Cosmetic Bag and Pink Kitchen Chairs".
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I loved Bonnie (and I'm not just being partial because of her name) LOL! She was cool, very down to earth, and she could sing! And her hubby Duke was David Crosby!! I think she was an awesome , believable addition to the cast. I liked Crystal too a lot. After Bonnie and Crystal left, and Roseanne got to be friends with Nancy, it was very unbelievable. That character really didn't seem like a person that would live in Lanford, small town middle America. She was OK for 5 or 10 minutes when she was Arnie's G/f . After Arnie left the show, Nancy should have left as well.

Back to Bonnie, yes Duke and her held up a liquor store back in the day when they were drinking heavily . But people rehabilitate and they became good citizens. And she wasn't bragging about it, she matter of factly told about it because it happened. why lie or keep secrets from your friends? Bonnie is definitely a person I would be friends with! Crystal too, she was a bit dingy , but she was really sweet!
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Agreed Bonniegirl. I loved her character and was sorry when she more or less disappeared after they closed the diner.

IIRC, wasn't the liquor store thing part of a conversation where she and Roseanne were discussing regrets? I haven't watched the episodes for around 7-8 years when they first came out on DVD.
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Agreed Bonniegirl. I loved her character and was sorry when she more or less disappeared after they closed the diner.

IIRC, wasn't the liquor store thing part of a conversation where she and Roseanne were discussing regrets? I haven't watched the episodes for around 7-8 years when they first came out on DVD.

I think you are right. That might have been the ep where Jackie wakes up in bed with Arnie, and she is mortified! She was depressed over a breakup or something and had too much to drink and wound up sleeping with Arnie!

Than the girls, Roseanne, Jackie, Crystal, Bonnie and Anne Marie all went out for the evening, and ended up sneaking into the diner after it was closed. I think the night guard knew they were there and it was cool.

Anyway Jackie started talking about how she did something really , really bad and regretful referring to the Arnie incident. So they were all like, we all have done things we regret in our life, it can't be that bad! so to cheer Jackie up they all told of a regret in their past, and that is when Bonnie said about her and Duke holding up the liquor store!

It was funny because out of all of their stories, they were all in agreement that sleeping with Arnie was far worse!!! My Gosh, Arnie really was considered a creep. I didn't think he was that bad!
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Thanks Bonniegirl for jogging my memory. I now recall them all laughing about their confessions but then the tone turned momentarily serious once Bonnie admitted to the hold-up.
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Heart <3 Bonnie

I'm a huge fan of Bonnie Bramlett's music and I enjoyed her on Roseanne. She even made an appearance on "Roseanne's Nuts." I think her friendship with Roseanne on the show was very believable as well. I wished she had stayed on the show longer.

Crystal, on the other hand was very annoying. From some articles I have read, she was very difficult to work with at times. If you watch the bonus features on the Mill Creek DVDs, she is even blurred out! lol....For some reason she would not allow her image to be used in those.
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What I don't understand is how Jackie, a former cop, wouldn't have an issue with Bonnie holding up a liquor store. Even though the statute of limitations probably passed, Jackie would have frowned upon it, but instead she acts like it is no big deal.
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What I don't understand is how Jackie, a former cop, wouldn't have an issue with Bonnie holding up a liquor store. Even though the statute of limitations probably passed, Jackie would have frowned upon it, but instead she acts like it is no big deal.
Well Jackie also got high with Dan and Roseanne in the bathroom once.

I don't think her once being a cop means much - especially in a situation like that where you're among friends.
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