Roseanne (1988–1997)
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Youngsters Roseanne and Jackie visit a fortuneteller who gives them a peek into their futures via his crystal ball. In the future, Jackie takes an adult, autistic D.J. to see a psychiatrist.

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Herself / Roseanne Conner (as Roseanne)
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Dan Conner / Madame Zaftig / Adult D.J.
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Jackie Harris
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Darlene Conner (archive footage)
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Becky Conner-Healy (archive footage)
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D.J. Conner / Young Roseanne
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Psychiatrist
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Herself - Joan Nash, TV Mom #5 (as Patricia Crowley)
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Herself - Ruth Martin, TV Mom #2
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Herself - Norma Arnold, TV Mom #4
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Young Jackie
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Youngsters Roseanne and Jackie visit a fortuneteller who gives them a peek into their futures via his crystal ball. In the future, Jackie takes an adult, autistic D.J. to see a psychiatrist.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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1 March 1995 (USA)  »

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(2 parts)

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Zoe Perry, who plays young Jackie in this episode is the real life daughter of Laurie Metcalf, who plays adult Jackie throughout the series, and actor Jeff Perry. See more »

Quotes

Roseanne Conner: Maybe if you would've spoken your mind once in a while, Beav wouldn't have gotten killed in Nam.
June Cleaver, TV Mom #1: That's a rumor, Beaver's alive!
Roseanne Conner: Well he ain't working.
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References All About Eve (1950) See more »

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