Roseanne: Season 6, Episode 22

I Pray the Lord My Stove to Keep (3 May 1994)

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Darlene discovers that D.J. has been sneaking off after to school to attend church; D.J. gives Roseanne a hard time about morals when she accepts a mistaken delivery of a second stove at the diner.

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Roseanne Conner (as Roseanne Arnold)
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Darlene discovers that D.J. has been sneaking off after to school to attend church; D.J. gives Roseanne a hard time about morals when she accepts a mistaken delivery of a second stove at the diner.

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Roseanne refers to the appliance company as 'Appliance Station', but the stove deliveryman's work uniform reads 'Appliance Depot'. See more »

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Darlene Conner: [to D.J. at the diner] Hey. How do you keep getting in here? There must be a whole in the screen or something.
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Jesco White
29 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the episode where Jesco White plays Dan's cousin. His scene got cut from the episode, but he is in the end credits dancing away. He is referred to in the episode as the Elvis impersonator who clog dances. The episode is about DJ attending church and asks about if anyone in there family is religious (I think Jesco was supposed to play Dan's religious cousin, but his scene got cut from the episode). Rosanne gets a stove for the Lunch Box by mistake. She decides to keep it and sell it for profit, but has difficulties facing DJ and his new religious beliefs afterwords. Darlene makes David get his nose pierced and he hates it, but keeps it because Darlene wants him too. Joseph Gordon-Levitt has a small part in this episodes and the reoccurring character of DJ's friend George.


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