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Old 05-05-2017, 04:09 AM   #31
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I absolutely hated Jackie's character in the last few seasons.
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I really liked the character in the first few years, but do you agree that in the last few, let's say three, years, they pretty much made her a babbling fool? It just seemed like she was the level headed one for so long, and then they decided to suck all of her intelligence out of her.
The best example of that was a scene with Jackie in the living room by herself playing a board game by herself and acting like a moron as she did it. Or her idiotic portrayal of Gilligan, evidently she thought Bob Denver was an orangutan.
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I would say the finale demeaned the whole purpose of the rest of the series.
And them winning the lottery demeaned the whole series.
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And them winning the lottery demeaned the whole series.
Absolutely. A very self-indulgent and foolish direction for the show; completely took away the blue collar elements that defined the show.
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I like the Newhart finale, too. I'm just saying it affects the way I watch the reruns, knowing that even in fiction, it's fiction. Same goes for Roseanne but at least on Newhart the ending was done for laughs. I don't know why Roseanne had to get so dramatic there in the end. What was the point of them ending the show like that?
I always just pretend that after the end scene in the finale Bob wakes up again - in the inn in Vermont - and it turns out the finale was just a dream and the whole golf course business never happened.


...as for Roseanne, I was only ever a casual viewer, never watched any of the final season or the finale, don't even know what happened, so they could just start the revival from some random point somewhere around the 6th season or so and I'd be fine with it.
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I really liked the character in the first few years, but do you agree that in the last few, let's say three, years, they pretty much made her a babbling fool? It just seemed like she was the level headed one for so long, and then they decided to suck all of her intelligence out of her.
I agree that they did dumb her down which was unfortunate compared to early Jackie, but I still loved the character. As silly as it may be, I've always loved the episode where Jackie gets a computer. Of course maybe that's just because it reminds me of how I was when I first got a computer with internet at age 12.
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Oh my, I hope this revival truly happens.
Everything from the 90's is welcome, especially a show I've loved.
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I love the idea and it would be wonderful to see all the characters back together in Lanford!
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"Roseanne" Revival Lands at ABC
by Michael Ausiello
May 16, 2017



"Roseanne" is headed back home.

ABC, the landmark comedy’s original network, has beat out Netflix for rights to an eight-episode present-day revival featuring pretty much the entire original cast, including titular star Roseanne Barr, leading man John Goodman and supporting players Sara Gilbert and Laurie Metcalf.



We’re rebooting Roseanne,” ABC president Channing Dungey confirmed Tuesday on a conference call with reporters, adding that the continuation “is planned for midseason.

The series’ original producing team of Barr, Tom Werner and Bruce Helford are all on board, with Gilbert also taking an EP credit.

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I didn't hear anything about Becky. Are either one of them going to appear?
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Yes Lecy is back and Sarah will be back but not as Becky.

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Hopefully the last season will be explained as a dream and the show will be as it was before.
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Hopefully the last season will be explained as a dream and the show will be as it was before.
Maybe they could have Roseanne waking up in the morning with Bob Newhart next to her, then get in the shower with Patrick Duffy?
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The cast at the ABC Upfronts. This October Michael Fishman will be the same age Roseanne was when the series started.
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This should be interesting to see, I hope they get the original Becky (Alicia Goranson), I never cared for Sarah Chalke. Looking forward to seeing this.


I hope to God not! She was such a spoiled brat! She was so rude to Larry King that time the cast was on his show, after Glenn Quinn died.
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