Roseanne - Season 4

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Season 4 of Roseanne starts with the opening up of Lanford Custom Cycle, Dan's John Goodman new bike shop, while Roseanne gets a job as a waitress at Rodbell's diner, with co-worker Bonnie Bonnie Sheridan and boss Leon Martin Mull. Becky Lecy Goranson has an on-again/off-again relationship with greaser guy Mark Glenn Quinn, much to her parents' disapproval. However, Roseanne lets her go on birth control, and Dan lets Mark work as a mechanic at his bike shop. Darlene Sara Gilbert starts dressing in black and meets...
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Season 4 of Roseanne starts with the opening up of Lanford Custom Cycle, Dan's John Goodman new bike shop, while Roseanne gets a job as a waitress at Rodbell's diner, with co-worker Bonnie Bonnie Sheridan and boss Leon Martin Mull. Becky Lecy Goranson has an on-again/off-again relationship with greaser guy Mark Glenn Quinn, much to her parents' disapproval. However, Roseanne lets her go on birth control, and Dan lets Mark work as a mechanic at his bike shop. Darlene Sara Gilbert starts dressing in black and meets Mark's brother, the low-key David Johnny Galecki, who is her perfect foil. D.J. gets upset when his next-door neighbor friend, Todd Bowman Troy Davidson, moves away, but at least he does well in school. In Jackie's Laurie Metcalf life, she starts seeing a therapist, accidentally sleeps with Arnie Tom Arnold, and runs into Booker George Clooney for the last time. She also makes friends with Nancy Sandra Bernhard, who is introduced in the two-part Las Vegas episode. The first of many pregnancies to come on the show kicks off with the birth of Crystal's Natalie West child. By the season finale, the Conners are back in financial instability when Rodbell's diner closes and the bike shop goes out of business.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; All 25 original uncut episodes from Season 4; New Roseanne interview: Life Imitating Art, Imitating Roseanne; A Grown-Up Sit Down Interview With "an Adult" Becky and DJ; Brand new video commentaries by Roseanne
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  • Release Date: 6/27/2006
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  • Source: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 9:43:00
  • Format: DVD

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Disc #1 -- Roseanne: The Complete Fourth Season - Episodes 1-6
   Episodes
      A Bitter Pill to Swallow
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      Take My Bike, Please
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      Why Jackie Becomes a Trucker
         Play Episode
      Darlene Fades to Black
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      Tolerate Thy Neighbor
         Play Episode
      Trick Me Up, Trick Me Down
         Play Episode
      Trick Me Up, Trick Me Down (Video Commentary)
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Disc #2 -- Roseanne: The Complete Fourth Season - Episodes 7-12
   Episodes
      Vegas
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      Vegas, Vegas
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      Stressed to Kill
         Play Episode
      Thanksgiving 1991
         Play Episode
      Thanksgiving 1991 (Video Commentary)
      Kansas City Here We Come
         Play Episode
      Santa Claus
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Disc #3 -- Roseanne: The Complete Fourth Season - Episodes 13-19
   Episodes
      Bingo
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      Bowling
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      The Back Story
         Play Episode
      Less Is More
         Play Episode
      Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
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      This Old House
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      The Commercial Show
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Disc #4 -- Roseanne: The Complete Fourth Season - Episodes 20-25, Bonus Features
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      Therapy
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      Lies
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      Deliverance
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      Secrets
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      Don't Make Me Over
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      Aliens
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   Extras
      New Roseanne Interview: Life Imitating Art, Imitating Roseanne
      A Grown-Up Interview With "an Adult" Becky and DJ
      Also on DVD
         3rd Rock From the Sun
         Grounded for Life
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Roseanne-Season 4

    Fun for the blue collar everyone's family. Even if you are a regular viewer of TV reruns of Roseanne, there are missing episodes and scenes from every season. Season 4 features the Conner's original cast and stories that show the struggles that are still important to today's families. From Dan's Bike Shop, to Roseanne's 16 hour workdays, to Becky and Darlene's growth into young women before their time, the family finds its way into new perplexities. Weird DJ and long suffering Aunt Jackie round out a family that no one should miss as part of the world we share. Life isn't always easy, but Roseanne keeps her clan facing challenges with an optimistic sarcasm that keeps us all laughing and wanting more. Unique, smart and the entertainment we all need. Season 4 is one of Roseanne's best.

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