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Old 12-24-2003, 01:58 AM   #31
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it was the season opener of the 94-95 season. I remember that when it aired. I thought it was hilarious., especially for the crew people who weren't known by name like the cast

Noticing you're a Jennifer Aniston fan from your avatar, it reminded me of the Friends opening credit right after Courteney Cox got married, in which everyone was "Jennifer Aniston Arquette", "Matthew Perry Arquette", etc...
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Old 12-24-2003, 02:26 AM   #32
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And, of course, there's the Tori Amos quip from Season 9.
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Old 12-24-2003, 03:51 AM   #33
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In the Bar Mitsvah episode, one of the guests is looking at Roseanne and saying something like "oh looks like shes had a nose job, face lift, (and some other type of plastic surgery that I fogot)" and Roseanne just laughs and starts talking to Dan about something else.

Speaking of Bar Mitsvahs, there are a lot of jewish references on the show, some of them are the Bar Mitsvah mentioned above, Roseanne decorating her restaurant for the holidays and a third of the decorations were hanukah decorations, Roseanne referring to the Horah in one episode, playing "Sunrise, Sunset" in Dan's hospital room, any others that I can't think of. This is probably because Roseanne is jewish in real life (along with Michael Fishman).
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Old 12-24-2003, 05:25 AM   #34
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And, of course, there's the Tori Amos quip from Season 9.
What was this?
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it was the season opener of the 94-95 season. I remember that when it aired. I thought it was hilarious., especially for the crew people who weren't known by name like the cast

Noticing you're a Jennifer Aniston fan from your avatar, it reminded me of the Friends opening credit right after Courteney Cox got married, in which everyone was "Jennifer Aniston Arquette", "Matthew Perry Arquette", etc...

Yes I noticed that one immediately when it aired on FRIENDS. I missed this one in Roseanne though. Gonna have to see if I have that one taped yet - I'd like to check that out.

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In the episode, "The War Room," Roseanne's family and friends try to figure out a way to bring her out of her depression. Jackie makes a reference to the event in Waco, TX, suggesting that they should blast an annoying noise into Roseanne's bedroom to make her get out of bed. Leon says something to the effect of, "One choice there -- Tori Amos."

Supposedly, Roseanne's a Tori fan and listened to her music a lot on the set.
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Old 12-30-2003, 01:46 AM   #37
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Lets see what I can remember...

The second Becky was on the show when they go to Disney and Roseanne tells her "are't you glad you're here this week

The original Becky returns in season 8 and everyone is asking where she has been

In an earlier episode, Roseanne tells Jackie that its 9' (or Jackie told Roseanne ?) and the other replies oh I love that show Jackie something, (that was a reference to Tom Arnolds show) and Roseanne says yeah I missed it last week (cause she was on the show the previos week)

That chicken shirt was worn by all the cast at various times

The imitation of Patty Duke done by both Becky's at the end of one show mocking The Patty Duke Show

The comments made about the second Darrin from Betwitched

Jackie dressed as Marcia Clark and Roseanne offered her something to eat and cut it with a bloody knife and suggested she found it in Chicago, and when Darlene had a shorter haircut she made a statement about her getting her hair cut like Marcia Clark

In season 9 Roseanne dressed and acted like the Nanny Fran Dresher, and in a later season made a reference to Friends (mind you it was not a plug for the show)
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When Roseanne and Dan win the lottery and talk about their plans, Roseanne says to Dan something like "First I'm gonna drop you for a parasitic pig and then I'm gonna hook up with a young, buff guy."

Similar to the way Roseanne went from spouses in real life.
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I just watched an episode of Roseanne about a week ago, and realized I was wrong about something. I said in this thread that a guy asked Dan who the maker of his kitchen table was, and Dan said Garvin Eddy. The guys' actual question was: who designed your kitchen, not who made your kitchen table. Also, I said Garvin Eddy was a Producer for the show, but in reality, he was the shows set designer. I never really understood the joke, but now, knowing he was the shows set designer, it makes sense. Anyway, I just thought I'd clear that up.
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At the beginning of the third season, the first episode, Roseanne walsk into the kitchen and says "It's such a beautiful. I just makes me want to sing!" Of course, the audience got the joke. That's the only reference to the singing I can remember.

There's the chicken shirt, which in the last episode of the 5th season everybody wore. It was introduced in the second season during the muscial episode in which Roseanne is put on trial for killing her family. Becky wears the shirt, if you'll notice. Everybody on the set just thought the shirt was so hideously ugly that they couldn't not include it.

There was also the inside jokes about the two Becky's which is discussed at length on this board.
yeah i noticed the shirt one and the becky jokes about the different beckys
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Roseanne said that it was a piece of fan mial that they liked, so they stuck it on the fridge
yeah i was wondering about that too.....thanks for answering....that's really sweet, i wonder if whoever sent that in saw it on the fridge
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Beyoctch- I noticed that too an that's why I stick by the theory that the final season of Roseanne was about the actress and her life since hitting it big, not about the character. It was sort of autobiographical. The the spa episode (Roseanne's surgerys), the tabloid episode, the wrestling with Jackie (like Tom & Roseanne), Roseambo (like Roseanne took on Hollywood and championed feminism- at least in her mind), ect.

The quote about Jackie Thomas came at the end of the episode where Jackie and Roseanne's father dies, my favorite episode of the series.

Jackie: Do you want to watch tv?"
Roseanne: "God yes, what's on?"
Jaclkie- "Hey, it's 9:30, that Jackie show is on. Did you see the one last week where he had that stalker?"
Roseanne- "No, I didn't see that one."

The joke kind of gets lost now because The Jackie Thomas show is an afterthought at this point, but it was pretty funny at the time.
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Seeing how the First name only credits was mentioned, I can't wait till Season 7 is released, so I can actually see them listed as Roseane, John, Laurie, Sara, Sarah, Micheal, etc. Did the Arquette credits actually make it into syndication? It also would have been funny , if when roseanne barr, went to Roseanne Arnold, if the entire cast would have had the last name Arnold for that episode.
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Dont forget the "Roseanne Barr, Pentland, Arnold, Thomas" over Roseanne's picture on the credits for the season 9 opener.
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Roseanne showed her political affiliation when they showed her sitting on her couch reading Al Franken's book.
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