Roseanne wants Dan into entering 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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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
[about a song-writing contest Dan entered
Yes, we're gonna win that contest. Then we're gonna snag a great big ol' recording contract, then we're gonna pack up the kids and move to Nashville... And then me and Dan are going to buy these great big ol' platinum blond wigs, you know, and then I'm gonna change all the kids' middle names to "Bob", you know like, "Becky Bob", "Darlene Bob", "D.J. Bob".
References Radio Days
I'll Never Change My Mind
Written by Howard Pearl
and Dan Foliart See more