Roseanne (1988–1997)
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Mark and Becky find a tiny run-down trailer in a trailer park, and decide to make it home. Determined to fix up their home all on their own, they turn down offers of assistance from Dan and... See full summary »

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Roseanne Conner (as Roseanne)
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Jackie Harris
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Darlene Conner
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Becky Conner-Healy
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D.J. Conner / The Producer / Himself
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Fred
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Mark Healy
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David Healy
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Mark and Becky find a tiny run-down trailer in a trailer park, and decide to make it home. Determined to fix up their home all on their own, they turn down offers of assistance from Dan and Roseanne, who in turn have to find covert way to help the kids out. Roseanne discovers that they will need to come up with $2,000 to prepay for the baby's doctor and hospital stay. Written by Lynne Boris Johnston

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trailer park | moving in | See All (2) »

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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29 March 1995 (USA)  »

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In one scene at the trailer park with Sharon Stone, John Goodman breaks and has to look off screen so he can laugh at Roseanne's joke. See more »

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Dan says that the sugar poured in the school bus will ruin the engine and it can't be fixed. This is untrue. See more »

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Trailer Park Resident: And don't you ever feed my dog!
Roseanne: If I get drunk enough, I'll *fight* your dog!
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