Roseanne (1988–1997)
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What a Day for a Daydream 

While sitting around the dinner table with her family, talking about their lottery winnings, Roseanne daydreams about herself and the family being on "Jerry Springer Show, The" (1991), she ... See full summary »

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Roseanne Conner (as Roseanne)
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While sitting around the dinner table with her family, talking about their lottery winnings, Roseanne daydreams about herself and the family being on "Jerry Springer Show, The" (1991), she and Jackie posing for "Playboy", and winning the Miss Universe contest. Written by Lynne Boris Johnston

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1 October 1996 (USA)  »

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Audience Member: I want to say, that you people are living proof, that God takes care of children, and *fools*!
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What a Day for a Daydream (#9.3)
12 May 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The Connors are having dinner and talk how they are the second bog thing in Lanford. Thinking about their new celebrity status Roseanne starts day dreaming and imagines them being on Jerry Springer, make pictures for Playboy and win Miss Universe. After they find out that the dug who was the biggest thing in Lanford got rescued.

Kind of lame. They could have already started showing their reality of them winning and not daydreams. Those are useless. It still had some fun moments of course. Like I loved them telling the story on Jerry Springer. But the Hugh Hefner scene was annoying, he should really not be on TV shows, its the same old boring stuff.

The best part was them at the table though. The final scene was kind of out of place. How did it fit in that they cut the final scene?


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