Roseanne (1988–1997)
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Let's Call It Quits 

A firm, no-nonsense supervisor takes charge at Wellman's, demanding a quota of 8,000 units. Roseanne, Jackie and all the women feel it's a tough load to handle. However, the boss will come ... See full summary »

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A firm, no-nonsense supervisor takes charge at Wellman's, demanding a quota of 8,000 units. Roseanne, Jackie and all the women feel it's a tough load to handle. However, the boss will come down on his demands if Roseanne can swallow her pride and be humane. Written by <Explorerds6789>

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2 May 1989 (USA)  »

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Keith Faber: [after Roseanne quits by dramatically punching out, and tossing her time-card on the floor] Well, that was a wonderful performance, Roseanne, but if any of you are considering joining her, may I point out there are two doors to this room; one that pays, and one that doesn't.
Roseanne Conner: [following Roseanne's lead, Jackie punches out, quits. Vonda punches out, quits. Sylvia punches out, quits. Crystal punches out, quits] I guess we're not going to make our quota today, hunny-bunch.
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Let's Call It Quits (#1.23)
4 March 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

First season ends in a pretty dramatic way. Their factory has a new supervisor who doesn't care about employees. Roseanne tries to make a deal with him, where he lowers their quotas to a reasonable one and she will not make fun of him and show respect. But he doesn't keep his side of the promise and so Roseanne quits as well as her friends.

I am not sure what the hell happened to Booker? HE hangs out with them but doesn't work as their supervisor, did he get a better job? Should have told us!.

I must say I loved to see Roseanne quit! She sure isn't somebody who will let somebody treat her like that. I wonder now what job she will have next season, and same about her sister and friends. I guess we won't see many of them now since they will definitely not find a job together.


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