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"Roseanne" Hair (1990)

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6 February 1990 (Season 2, Episode 17)
Roseanne feels she's sunk to an all-time low when she gets a job sweeping up hair at a hair salon. | Add synopsis »
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Episode Crew
Directed by
John Pasquin 
Writing credits
Matt Williams (created by)

Norma Safford Vela (written by) and
Danny Jacobson (written by)

Roseanne Barr (based on a character created by)

Produced by
Marcy Carsey .... executive producer
Jeff Harris .... executive producer
Danny Jacobson .... supervising producer
Allan Katz .... co-executive producer
Al Lowenstein .... producer
Norma Safford Vela .... co-producer
Barbara Stoll .... associate producer
Tom Werner .... executive producer
Original Music by
Dan Foliart 
Howard Pearl 
Cinematography by
Daniel Flannery 
Film Editing by
Joe Bella 
Production Design by
Garvin Eddy 
Costume Design by
Erin Quigley 
Makeup Department
Rachel Dowling .... hair stylist (as Rachael Dowling)
Sheryl Ptak .... makeup artist
Production Management
Rita G. Katsotis .... production supervisor
Christopher Kochoff .... executive in charge of production (as Chris Kochoff)
Art Department
Ramsey Avery .... associate art director
F.X. Christ .... property
Drew Ogier .... props
Sound Department
Paul Drenning .... audio layback
Charlie McDaniel .... re-recording mixer
Craig Porter .... re-recording mixer
Thom Wilson .... sound
Camera and Electrical Department
Eddie Cordero .... electrician
Frank Doll .... gaffer
Victor Gonzalez .... camera operator (as Victor Gonzales)
Greg Smith .... camera operator
Gregory Thorp .... special photographer
Ron Tosches .... camera operator
David Weinberg .... camera operator
Casting Department
Risa Bramon Garcia .... original casting (as Risa Bramon)
Billy Hopkins .... original casting
Pat Melton .... casting associate
Editorial Department
Gil Kraus .... post-production coordinator
Other crew
Tom Arnold .... story editor
Roseanne Barr .... creative consultant
Nancy Beverly .... assistant to writers
Laura Black .... assistant to producers
Amy Rothlein Brown .... stage manager
Bob Christison .... office manager
Bobby DaSilva .... video
Guy Distad .... production assistant
Trudy Dumont .... assistant to writers (as Tracy Dumont)
Laverne Eng .... assistant to producers
Peter Filsinger .... technical director
Sharon Flannery .... studio teacher
David Forbes .... production assistant
Melissa Gelineau .... assistant to producers
Bill Gerber .... story editor
Barnaby Harris .... stage manager
Julie Heuer .... production assistant
Cynthia Harvin Kraus .... assistant to producers
Gail Mancuso .... associate director (as Gail Mancuso Cordray)
Caryn Mandabach .... supervising executive
Jody Margolin Hahn .... production associate (as Jody Margolin)
Sarah Norquist .... production assistant
Catherine Pittman .... animal coordinator
Lynn Raines .... set teacher
Carrie Randazzo .... staging services
Terre Rigali .... assistant to writers
Mark K. Samuels .... stage manager
Gary Spatz .... acting coach
Penelope Spheeris .... story editor
Shawn Stevens .... crafts service manager
Jeanne Wall .... production coordinator
Marjorie Weitzman .... program manager (as Marjorie Weitzman Biggs)
Peter D. Wessel .... stage coordinator
Joss Whedon .... story editor

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Matt Williams  created by

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22 min
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Continuity: When Jackie walks in the front door, all the drawers are closed on the small dresser-like cabinet that sits beside the front door. She walks straight back to the kitchen to join Roseanne. The cabinet now has one drawer pulled slightly open. In the last shot of the cabinet in that scene, the drawer is closed again.See more »
Marsha:[to Roseanne] How do you like the job so far?
Roseanne Conner:Well, it's just like being home, I make coffee, I answer the phone and I do laundry.
Debbie:Roseanne, where are the clean towels?
Roseanne Conner:And I listen to children whine.
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Hair (#2.17), 16 March 2017
Author: ComedyFan2010 from Canada

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Roseanne gets a job in a hair salon to swipe hair but doesn't want to have it because it feels humiliating to her. Yet at the same time she ends up liking being there and accepts it.

I really have trouble understanding what Roseanne finds so humiliating about it. It seems to be a level up from working in a crappy fast food place with a snotty high school looser as a supervisor.

I am very happy she keeps the job. I like the characters that come with it and look forward to see maybe a bit more of them. I was surprised that Iris is Lori Tan Chinn. About 25 years after Roseanne she will get the amazing part of Chang on Orange is the new Black.

Lots of fun moments in this episode. Dan's visit in the hair salon was especially funny. With him finding out how he should cut his hair to get a longer neck.

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