Roseanne (1988–1997)
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Single Married Female 

In Roseanne's absence, Dan discovers something troubling about Jackie and gets some sound advice from David.

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Roseanne Conner (as Roseanne) (credit only)
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Darlene Conner (credit only)
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Becky Conner-Healy (credit only)
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D.J. Conner
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David Healy
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In Roseanne's absence, Dan discovers something troubling about Jackie and gets some sound advice from David.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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22 February 1995 (USA)  »

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Trivia

This is the only episode in the nine-season series that Roseanne Barr doesn't have an acting part in. She does, however, appear in a monologue at the end, giving a reason relating to her pregnancy for why she was not in this show. She goes on to give a comedic explanation of where babies come from. See more »

Quotes

Beverly Harris: [after Stacy embarrasses her with a sexual question] Well I'm leaving! I'm going to have a respectable conversation with a couple of long-shoreman!
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References Single White Female (1992) See more »

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Single Married Female (#7.18)
22 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

Stacy has a blind date but doesn't like Pete because he is wearing a tie. Jackie starts going out with her. But then Dan goes to Lobo and finds out that Jackie has been going out with Pete. There is nothing between them but she is having fun. He tells it to Fred because David says it is most likely a cry for attention. But although Jackie starts feeling bad about it Fred decides to leave.

Well I have missed Roseanne in this episode but it was a good story. I feel bad for Jackie. If she didn't have a kid from this guy I would be happy for her ending the relationship with Fred. He is so incredibly boring, was even refusing to make life funner for his wife. Loser.


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