Roseanne: Season 2, Episode 10

Brain-Dead Poets Society (28 Nov. 1989)

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Roseanne is ecstatic when Darlene is asked to read her poem for her school's recital, but Darlene refuses to do it.

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Roseanne is ecstatic when Darlene is asked to read her poem for her school's recital, but Darlene refuses to do it.

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In the first clear shot of the back-wall behind the kitchen stove, there is a four foot or so gap between the wall and the stove, with two paintings perpendicular to the stove (on the same side-wall with the wall-cabinets and sink). This is normally how the kitchen set looks throughout most of the shows. In the second clear shot of the back-wall, it is now flush behind the stove with no gap, and the paintings are directly behind the stove. See more »

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Darlene Conner: [Poem Darlene wrote for English, and had to read out loud on 'Culture Night'] To Whom it Concerns/ Darlene's work will be late/ It fell on her pancakes, and stuck to her plate/ To Whom it Concerns/ My Mom made me write this/ But I'm just a kid, so how could I fight this/ To Whom it Concerns/ I lost my assignment/ Maybe I'll get lucky, solitary confinement/ To Whom it Concerns/ Darlene's great with a ball/ But guys don't watch tomboys, when they're cruisin' the hall/ To Whom it Concerns/ I just ...
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One of the best episodes
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Roseanne's first two years on network television were unquestionably her best. 95% of what she produced during the entire two years gets an excellent rating. Her hilarious take on life and rapier wit in these episodes is incomparable. This episode from late in season 2 is no exception - it is simply superb. Before critics, network nitwits and people like Tom Arnold got to her, Roseanne was the great stand-up comedian we all lived to see. Everyone in the cast was obviously having fun, and Sarah Gilbert became an overnight sensation through her talented performances in episodes like this one. Film actor John Goodman was the icing on the cake needed to attract a solid start-up audience, and the show just lit its own fire and took off. Television like this is sorely missed these days.


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