Fred tells Jackie that he doesn't want D.J. to visit their house so much anymore, because he gets weirder every time he comes over. In order to protect Fred, Jackie tells Roseanne that she ... See full summary »

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Fred tells Jackie that he doesn't want D.J. to visit their house so much anymore, because he gets weirder every time he comes over. In order to protect Fred, Jackie tells Roseanne that she is the one who has a problem with D.J. constantly being at her house, which infuriates Roseanne. Dan tricks Darlene into coming home for the weekend and tries to make the girls stop bickering for their Mother's sake. D.J. expresses a strange, new fascination with eating cardboard. Written by Lynne Boris Johnston

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8 February 1995 (USA)  »

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Becky: Bitch.
Darlene: Skag.
Becky: Nice hair.
Darlene: Nice life.
Becky: Go to hell.
Darlene: Go to the mall.
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Sisters (#7.16)
22 April 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Fred doesn't want DJ to come over so much because DJ is weird. Jackie talks to Roseanne about it pretending that it is her idea but feels horrible because she is actually on Roseanne's side. Her and Roseanne though find a way around it. Darlene comes over thinking Nana Mary died and doesn't get along with Becky.

Well I am kind of on Fred's side. DJ is weird. He is not his usual nasty kid in this episode but the whole cardboard eating thing, what the hell was that? Keeping him away from kids is a good idea, although it was sweet how he said he wanted to be the big brother to Jackie's kid.


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