After a night of drinking with the New York socialites, Roseanne has a strange dream about the future of Darlene and her baby.

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Roseanne Conner (as Roseanne)
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Dan Conner (credit only)
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D.J. Conner (credit only)
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Becky Conner-Healy (credit only)
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Ernest Harada
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After a night of drinking with the New York socialites, Roseanne has a strange dream about the future of Darlene and her baby.

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29 October 1996 (USA)  »

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Phil Leeds, who has a cameo in this episode as a servant, also plays Doctor Shand in the 1968 film 'Rosemary's Baby (1968)', the movie this episode is a spoof of. See more »

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Roseanne Conner: [showing off her dress] Hey look, I'm the Nanny!
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A disappointment
27 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I thought of Eddy Monsoon from Ab Fab as something of a British version of Roseanne, so I cheered when I suddenly saw Eddy and Patsy meeting up with Roseanne and her sister at a party on one of the last episodes of Roseanne.

Unfortunately, the show looked like it was unrehearsed, not well planned, and filmed at the last minute. They could have done so much more. Eddy and Patsy giving Roseanne drugs didn't make the show funny, either. The characters didn't seem to be themselves, and they could have really exploited on the differences and similarities of the characters.

It's a shame that they messed up a wonderful opportunity to bring together some great comedians from both sides of the Atlantic and do something really good.


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