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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
[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 ...
References Dead Poets Society