An emotionally-needy architect at Dan's new job site adopts the Conners as a surrogate family much to their terror.
Did You Know?
When a new refrigerator is delivered to the Conner's, it's wheeled in on a dolly and parked in the living room. The dolly is strapped to the left side and the worker stuffs a crumpled delivery/sales slip under the dolly's strap near the dolly. After the worker leaves, the paper is now folded neatly under the belt, and is more on the corner, than near the dolly. During the same scene, when Dan takes back money Burt gave to Darlene, the paper is now under the strap on the front of the fridge. Seconds later, as Roseanne is crossing the living room, the paper is back on the side of the fridge next to the dolly. Having never touched the fridge, in the final scene the dolly is now strapped to the right side of the fridge, and the sales paper is gone altogether. See more
I mean, I really love the idea of family, you know? Barbeques, and cook outs, and holidays; getting up early Saturday morning so the kids can watch cartoons.
Something tells me you've never been puked on by a two year old, Burt.