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Season 2 episodes (24)

1 Inherit the Wind
An embarrassing episode for Becky during a student council meeting sees Roseanne sharing her most embarrassing moments from her own life with her daughter.
2 Little Sister
Roseanne and Jackie are at odds when Jackie announces she's going to the Police Academy.
3 Guilt By Disassociation
Tired and frustrated of her job selling magazines over the phone, Roseanne is ecstatic when she gets an interview at a meat packing plant that seems like a sure thing.
4 Somebody Stole My Gal
An emotionally-needy architect at Dan's new job site adopts the Conners as a surrogate family much to their terror.
5 House of Grown-Ups
Roseanne feels the empty nest syndrome when Jackie leaves for police training and Darlene goes to her first party.
6 Five of a Kind
Roseanne is perturbed when a friend of Dan's plants a passionate kiss on her during Dan's weekly poker night with his buddies. The first appearance of Tom Arnold as Arnie.
7 Boo
The first of the annual Halloween episodes finds Roseanne doing her best to scare Dan who is waiting to hear about an important business deal going through.
8 Sweet Dreams
Ten minutes alone in the bathtub is all Roseanne wants, and when she doesn't get it, her fantasies take hold for thirty wild and musical minutes.
9 We Gather Together
Thanksgiving at the Conners brings the usual family strife and hilarity as Roseanne is determined to make her parents stay at a motel and Jackie continues to hide the fact she joined the police.
10 Brain-Dead Poets' Society
Roseanne is ecstatic when Darlene is asked to read her poem for her school's recital, but Darlene refuses to do it.
11 Lobo-Cop
Working two jobs, Roseanne finds she and Dan are drifting apart and turns to Jackie for support.
12 No Talking
Roseanne gets the silent treatment after clashing with Becky when she becomes the teenage daughter from hell.
13 Chicken Hearts
Roseanne lands a job at a chicken restaurant, with a total dweeb for a supervisor. He wants her to work weekends, which she is unable to do, so she invites the boy to dinner and gets Dan to help him assemble his carburetor for school. But will the kindness pay off in the end?
14 One for the Road
Becky and her friend make "tornadoes": a combination of several liquors they find in the liquor cabinet, topped off with a splash of root beer.
15 An Officer and a Gentleman
Jackie plays happy homemaker with Dan and the kids when Roseanne is called away for three days for a family emergency.
16 Born to Be Wild
In his first appearance, Dan and Roseanne's old friend Ziggy returns for a visit, prompting the Conners to wonder what happened to themselves and when they became "old".
17 Hair
Roseanne feels she's sunk to an all-time low when she gets a job sweeping up hair at a hair salon.
18 I'm Hungry
Determined to squeeze back into an old pair of jeans, Roseanne commits herself (and Dan, much to his horror) to yet another dieting spree.
19 All of Me
Roseanne's meddling in Jackie's life explodes in her face.
20 To Tell The Truth
Jackie gives Roseanne the silent treatment after she's had enough of her interfering in her love life.
21 Fender Bender
Roseanne and Dan contemplate a lawsuit after Mrs. Wellman rear-ends Roseanne in her car.
22 April Fool's Day
The countdown to the deadline for filing their tax returns finds Dan and Roseanne running around in circles trying to get it done in time.
23 Fathers and Daughters
Convinced that Dan and Becky's relationship needs some maintenance, Roseanne forces him to accompany Becky to the mall as she tries to bond with Darlene.
24 Happy Birthday
For Roseanne's birthday, Dan fixes up the basement as a space for her to write and takes the kids away for the day. Roseanne is ecstatic...and then stricken with writer's block.

About this show

This is the story of a working class family struggling with life's essential problems: marriage, children, money and parents-in-law.

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305 reviews
Constance Keller
October 26, 2019
Hilarious and honest show that took place in the late 80s, early 90s. Roseanne kickstarted the careers of all of her costars. They repaid her with zero gratitude (excluding John Goodman, who still lives Roseanne) over politics. Not race. POLITICS. AND THEY KNOW IT. ONLY blind and stupid sheep dont see what really happened. Roseanne was hilarious. Still is. These people are ungrateful morons
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V dub
August 15, 2020
One of the best shows ever made. It was so ahead of it's time,. When other sitcoms were sickly sweet, Roseanne tackled teenage sex, unemployment, gay relationships, periods, and the general real life issues. And did it hilarilously! Top actors (apart for DJ, but he was young) and awesome writing. Seasons 3-5 are my favourite. I never get sick of it. The first time round, I related to Becky and Darlene and had a major crush on David. Watching it as an adult, I can relate to the adults more. Darlene still cracks me up.
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Pamela Darlene Woodward
April 26, 2019
Dan"John Goodman"was a father I wished I had growing up.I wanted 2b in that house. Sara Gilbert&Johnny Galeki were my inspiration for following my goals of writing.I love the conners,but it's not a real home without the loudness of Rosey"like her or not".And Jackie still is one of my favorite actor's along w/J.Goodman.I really hope Darlene&David become a fam/with there kids.The best eppisode ever "brain dead poets society"season 2. "Darlenes poem".I treasured this household coming up&Judy bloom
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