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"Roseanne" Workin' Overtime (1989)

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14 March 1989 (Season 1, Episode 19)
While Roseanne has to work overtime at the factory, Dan struggles to keep the house and family running with mixed results. | Add synopsis »
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Ellen Gittelsohn  (as Ellen Falcon)
Writing credits
Matt Williams (created by)

Bill Pentland (written by)

Roseanne Barr (based on a character created by)

Produced by
Marcy Carsey .... executive producer
Laurie Gelman .... producer
Jeff Harris .... executive producer
Danny Jacobson .... producer
Gayle S. Maffeo .... producer
Tom Werner .... executive producer
Matt Williams .... executive producer
Original Music by
Dan Foliart 
Howard Pearl 
Cinematography by
Daniel Flannery 
Casting by
Steven Jacobs 
Production Design by
Garvin Eddy 
Makeup Department
Barbara Fonte-Kunkel .... makeup artist (as Barbara Fonte-Byrne)
Maria Valdivia .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Frank McKemy .... production supervisor
Eric Rhoden .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael Riolo .... associate director
Art Department
Jeremy Armstrong .... assistant property master
F.X. Christ .... property
Drew Ogier .... props
Sound Department
Carolyn Bowden .... audio
Camera and Electrical Department
Eddie Cordero .... electrician
Daniel Flannery .... lighting designer
Gregory Thorp .... special photography
Casting Department
Risa Bramon Garcia .... original casting (as Risa Bramon)
Billy Hopkins .... original casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Heidi Freundlich Gilles .... wardrobe consultant
Editorial Department
Jim Praytor .... post-production associate
Marco Zappia .... editorial supervisor
Other crew
Lauren Eve Anderson .... creative associate
Sal Baldomar .... stage manager
Roseanne Barr .... creative consultant
Nancy Beverly .... assistant to writer
Laura Black .... assistant to producers
Amy Rothlein Brown .... stage manager
Bobby DaSilva .... video
Peter Filsinger .... technical director
John Fitzpatrick .... assistant to writer
Sharon Flannery .... studio teacher
Grovetta Jean Jones .... assistant to producers
Cynthia Harvin Kraus .... assistant to producers
Ollie Levy .... assistant to writer
Caryn Mandabach .... supervising executive
David McFadzean .... executive story editor
Grace McKeaney .... executive script consultant
Janice Minsberg .... production coordinator
Cindy Nexon .... booth production assistant
Bill Pentland .... executive consultant
Catherine Pittman .... animal coordinator
Steven Ritt .... dog trainer
Mark K. Samuels .... stage manager
Shawn Stevens .... crafts service manager

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22 min
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Did You Know?

Continuity: When Roseanne first comes in from work she lays down on the couch, and an afghan is draped on the back of the right-hand side of the couch, with no clothes draped on the back. When she sits up to talk to Dan and Darlene, the afghan is now crumpled on the couch cushion, in a corner. The next shot has the afghan returned to the back of the couch, and there are now clothes draped over it as well. During the next few shots of the living room, when the camera pans away and back, the couch is in different stages of clothes on, no clothes on, afghan up, afghan down, toys on, toys off.See more »
Dan Conner:Where'd you find a flower this time of night?
Roseanne Conner:The cemetery.
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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
spoiler..., 11 February 2007
Author: dark_orion from United States

for this episode i just love the part where Roseanne is talking to the waitress near the end, it really reminds me of real life.

so I'm told that i need more lines of text to post this, what can i say? Roseanne is who she is. i grew up with her teaching me kind of like the cable guy so i'll vote a 10 for almost every episode. "dad can i have a cell phone?" "i think its time you get a job" well there's another episode of Roseanne starting so i guess i'll leave all of you now.

dear lord I'm still being told that i need to add more, well look for Roseanne at 2:30 AM on 2/12/07 and you'll know that episode I'm watching right now. after this i'll vote for this one too, but i wont be commenting on it.

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