Roseanne - The Complete Fifth Season

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Season five of Roseanne contains some of the best-remembered episodes of the show, and marked the first of many Emmy awards Laurie Metcalf won for Best Supporting Actress in a comedy series in 1992. The season started in the usual dire financial straits, with the bike shop out of business and Roseanne out of work. Her mother, Bev Estelle Parsons moves into a retirement home in Lanford and helps to finance the sandwich shop, the Lanford Lunch Box. In the two-part season opener, Mark Glenn Quinn and Becky Lecy ...
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Season five of Roseanne contains some of the best-remembered episodes of the show, and marked the first of many Emmy awards Laurie Metcalf won for Best Supporting Actress in a comedy series in 1992. The season started in the usual dire financial straits, with the bike shop out of business and Roseanne out of work. Her mother, Bev Estelle Parsons moves into a retirement home in Lanford and helps to finance the sandwich shop, the Lanford Lunch Box. In the two-part season opener, Mark Glenn Quinn and Becky Lecy Goranson elope and move to Minneapolis. Right after they leave, Darlene turns 16 and quickly advances her relationship with David Johnny Galecki, who ends up moving in with the Conners. Darlene dyes her hair black, stages an animal rights protest at the Lanford Lunch Box, and goes to the Daisy Chainsaw concert with new next-door neighbor Molly Tilden Danielle Harris.This season contained some pretty heavy episodes, like when Roseanne and Jackie's father died or the two-part episode where Jackie left her abusive boyfriend, Fisher Matt Roth. Also significant is the episode where Nancy Sandra Bernhard reveals that she's gay and introduces her lover, Marla Morgan Fairchild. Other guest stars that appeared this season include Joan Collins, Loretta Lynn, Ed Begley Jr., and Red Buttons. The season ends when a business opportunity gets messed up by shady partner Roger Tim Curry, and Darlene has to decide between staying with David in Lanford or going to art school in Chicago.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; The Complete Fifty Season; All 25 original uncut episodes from season 5; Roseane answers te top 10 questions by her fans; Video commentaries with Roseanne
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/12/2006
  • UPC: 013131455090
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  • Source: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 9:35:00
  • Format: DVD

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Disc #1 -- Roseanne: The Complete Fifth Season
   Episodes
      Terms of Estrangement (Part 1)
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      Terms of Estrangement (Part 2)
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      The Dark Ages
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      Mommy Nearest
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      Pretty in Black
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      Looking for Loans in All the Wrong Places
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Disc #2 -- Roseanne: The Complete Fifth Season
   Episodes
      Halloween IV
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      Ladies' Choice
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      Stand on Your Man
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      Good Girls, Bad Girls
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      Of Ice and Men
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      No Place Like Home for the Holidays
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Disc #3 -- Roseanne: The Complete Fifth Season
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      Crime and Punishment (Part 1)
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      War and Peace (Part 2)
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      Lanford Daze
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      Wait 'Til Your Father Gets Home
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      First Cousin Twice Removed
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      Lose a Job, Winnebago
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      It's a Boy!
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Disc #4 -- Roseanne: The Complete Fifth Season
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      It Was Twenty Years Ago Today
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      Playing With Matches
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      Promises, Promises
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      Glengarry, Glen Rosey
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      Tooth or Consequences
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      Daughters and Other Strangers
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   Extras
      Video Commentary: Ladies' Choice
      Video Commentary: Lanford Daze
      Top 10 Questions
      Also on DVD
         3rd Rock From the Sun
         Grounded for Life
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