Roseanne's mother, Beverly, visits for the weekend, much to the dismay of the family. Roseanne tricks Jackie into coming over to help keep her from being alone with her mother. While confessing youthful transgressions to their Mom for fun, Jackie discovers that her parents always thought she had potential to make something out of herself; while Roseanne discovers that they always knew that she would "just" be an ordinary housewife and mother. Roseanne finds this revelation hurtful, and wonders if she treats her own daughters that differently. Written by
Lynne Boris Johnston
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Tell me, Roseanne, how many women can look that good without a drop of makeup? And your hair's adorable!
You know, I'm almost glad your father didn't make it. This gives us girls a chance to have some fun.
This is Mom, isn't it?
I'm not sure. Hold on, let me check that birthmark behind her neck. 6-6-5. Close enough.
References The Omen
by Dan Foliart
& Howard Pearl
Arranged and Performed by Blues Traveler
Lyrics by John Popper
Music by W.G. Snuffy Walden See more