Roseanne finds herself upset over Bev moving into a retirement community, meanwhile Nancy announces she is a lesbian.

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Roseanne Conner (as Roseanne Arnold)
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D.J. Conner (credit only)
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Becky Conner-Healy (as Lecy Goranson) (credit only)
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Woman at Retirement Home
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Roseanne finds herself upset over Bev moving into a retirement community, meanwhile Nancy announces she is a lesbian.

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Darlene: [Roseanne tells Darlene that Nancy is gay] Whoa! How did you find out? Did she tell you?
Roseanne: No. We saw the, "I'm a Big Ol' Dyke" bumbersticker on her car.
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Ladies' Choice (#5.8)
29 March 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Beverly tells her daughters that she found a place to live. Turns out it is an elderly home. Roseanne is upset about it as it makes her feel old. And Nancy is dating someone. Turns out it is a woman and she is a lesbian.

Well they did a good job addressing two life issues. One is seeing your parents age. It is definitely difficult, especially when one doesn't feel that one is getting old. It was pretty funny how Beverly said she felt 63 and there is nothing wrong with that.

And even if one is pro gay rights it can feel weird when a good friend comes out. They showed it in this episode pretty well too. The scene of Nancy telling that she is lesbian was very funny, how she shocked Jackie but joking that she thought they were dating.


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