While Roseanne has to work overtime at the factory, Dan struggles to keep the house and family running with mixed results.
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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
Hey, I heard about the overtime. How long?
I don't know. Two weeks maybe.
Oh, man. That's really gonna be tight. I gotta finish roofing that garage, plus I got two driveways to pour. Plus Dwight says they might a drywall job lined up for me.
Plus we gotta live through it.
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