Roseanne (1988–1997)
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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.

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Becky Conner (as Lecy Goranson)
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Sylvia Foster
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Muriel Johnston
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Emilio Herrara
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Vonda Green (as Charlaine Woodard)
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Phil Green
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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.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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26 September 1989 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Muriel: [conducting a job interview with Roseanne] Oh no pressure, I like you already. You drove down an alley that's forbidden to cars, and you parked in a fire lane. The point is, you got here on time, you know how to get things done.
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Roseanne Title Theme
Performed By Dan Foliart & Howard Pearl
Composed By W. G. Snuffy Walden
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Guilt by Disassociation (#2.3)
4 March 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Roseanne has an interview for a great job in a meat packing company. It all really goes well and she even tells the good news to Dan but then she doesn't get the job because she doesn't know how to work on a computer.

A pretty nice episode. Once again a combination of great acting, emotions and humor.

I did laugh a lot. When Jackie and Roseanne were doing the hair. And especially when everyone was hiding in the house to announce the surprise and Dan was looking for a spot to hide. He is pretty good in physical comedy.

Roseanne's disappointment and her fight with Dan was really good acting.

Man that computer was old as hell! It is the episode that shows how incredibly old this show is. I mean Roseanne didn't know anything about computers!


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