Roseanne wants Dan to enter a country music song-writing contest sponsored by the local radio station. Dan is reluctant to do so until he finds out that the grand prize is a hundred dollars... See full summary »

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Becky Conner (as Lecy Goranson)
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Sylvia Foster
Evelina Fernández ...
Juanita Herrera
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Bill
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Dave (as Kris Stevens)
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Vonda Green (as Charlaine Woodard)
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Roseanne wants Dan to enter a country music song-writing contest sponsored by the local radio station. Dan is reluctant to do so until he finds out that the grand prize is a hundred dollars. Unable to come up with a new idea, and not pleased with anything he wrote in the past, Dan chooses one of Roseanne's old poems to put to music. Sexual tension between Jackie and Booker heat up in the workplace. Becky and Darlene are at each other's throats. Written by Lynne Boris Johnston

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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29 November 1988 (USA)  »

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Goofs

At the end of the episode, Becky asks Dan to play the song and says they never got to hear it. A few lines into the song DJ starts singing along. How could he know the words if he had never heard it before? See more »

Quotes

Roseanne Conner: [to her boss, Booker] Oh, I just killed a big ol' cockroach over here, you better take him off the payroll.
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References Radio Days (1987) See more »

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I'll Never Change My Mind
Written by Howard Pearl and Dan Foliart
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Radio Days (#1.5)
2 March 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

In this episode Dan and Roseanne enter a contest on a radio for a best country song. I must say I loved the lyrics of their song. I was also very surprised they didn't win any of the three prices especially since there were only four contestants. I get they wanted to show the reality and how one doesn't win but they shouldn't have made it look like the competition was so small since this doesn't make it believable that they didn't even get tickets.

The story of Jackie and Booker was even more disappointing. I wish they would have a date. Maybe there will be more in the future? I hope so! This could make it so much fun.


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