Roseanne - Season 2

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Overview

The second season of Roseanne allowed for a lot less financial stability in the lives of the Conners, beginning with Roseanne's unemployment. She tries out several jobs this season, including telephone sales, computers, Chicken Divine, the Lobo Lounge, and the beauty salon. Dan's John Goodman future bike shop is foreshadowed when old friend Ziggy Jay O. Sanders rides into town on his motorcycle. The reoccurring character of Arnie is introduced, played by Tom Arnold, Roseanne's future husband and also one of the ...
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Overview

The second season of Roseanne allowed for a lot less financial stability in the lives of the Conners, beginning with Roseanne's unemployment. She tries out several jobs this season, including telephone sales, computers, Chicken Divine, the Lobo Lounge, and the beauty salon. Dan's John Goodman future bike shop is foreshadowed when old friend Ziggy Jay O. Sanders rides into town on his motorcycle. The reoccurring character of Arnie is introduced, played by Tom Arnold, Roseanne's future husband and also one of the show's writers. Becky Lecy Goranson starts getting more defiant against her mother, while Darlene Sara Gilbert shows some signs of a talent for poetry, even though she desperately conceals it under a thick layer of cynicism. Jackie's Laurie Metcalf various couplings rage on, with one guy actually proposing to her. But the big deal for Jackie this season is her acceptance into the police academy. This leads to one of her many fights with her mother, featured in the same Thanksgiving episode in which Dan's father first puts the moves on widowed Crystal Natalie West. The season ends with Dan building Roseanne an office to pursue her interest in writing.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; New John Goodman interview; Season two highlights; Michael Fishman "All Grown Up" - new interview; Behind the scenes - season one launch party; Wacky Jackie - the best of Roseanne's sister; Original John Goodman auditions
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/6/2005
  • UPC: 013131362190
  • Rating:

  • Source: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 8:50:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 45,805

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Disc #1 -- Roseanne, Season 2
   Episodes
      Inherit the Wind
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      The Little Sister
         Play Episode
      Guilt by Disassociation
         Play Episode
      Somebody Stole My Gal
         Play Episode
      House of Grown-Ups
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      Five of a Kind
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      Boo!
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Disc #2 -- Roseanne, Season 2
   Episodes
      Sweet Dreams
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      We Gather Together
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      Brain-Dead Poets Society
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      Lobocop
         Play Episode
      No Talking
         Play Episode
      Chicken Hearts
         Play Episode
      One for the Road
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Disc #3 -- Roseanne, Season 2
   Episodes
      An Officer and a Gentleman
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      Born to Be Wild
         Play Episode
      Hair
         Play Episode
      I'm Hungry
         Play Episode
      All of Me
         Play Episode
      To Tell the Truth
         Play Episode
      Fender Bender
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Disc #4 -- Roseanne, Season 2
   Episodes
      April Fool's Day
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      Fathers and Daughters
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      Happy Birthday
         Play Episode
   Extras
      John Goodman: A Candid Interview
      DJ: All Grown Up
      Best of Season Two
      Wacky Jackie
      Roseanne Reunited - Behind the Scenes: Season One Launch Party
      John Goodman Audition
      Peanut Butter & Jellyfish
      Also on DVD
         3rd Rock From the Sun
         Grounded for Life
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Even Funnier Than First Season

    I have been a fan of Roseanne from the time she started doing stand-up comedy. I loved the first season, but the second season, in my opinion, is even better. The cast has become more comfortable and trusting of each other, and it shows. It has some of the funniest moments I have ever seen on TV, from Betsy's "boombie" to Roseanne and Jackie's wrestle fight on the couch.

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