Roseanne

Season 7 Episode 22

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Mar 29, 1995 on ABC
8.2
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Becky and Mark finally leave the Conner nest to move into a tacky trailer park, but when Roseanne and Dan try to help out financially, their offers are met with a wall of resistance. Meanwhile, a tipsy neighbor drops by to put out the trailer park welcome mat.moreless

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  • No offense, but when I first saw this episode, I thought, no this isn't happening. Becky moving into a trailer home.

    8.0
    Not to be rude, but I really didn't like this for Roseanne, the show that is. Also, there is little opinion from the rest of the family as to their thoughts on Becky living in a trailer park. Darlene had some comments, and you could pick up Dan's opinion slightly from several things he said, but everyone's reaction all should have been an important part of the episode. Additionally, Roseanne showed no resistance to Becky leaving, which is her usual character in such situations. Not necessarily even resistance, but not sadness either. In fact, come to think of it, she elicited little to no reaction at all, outside of cleaning out Becky and Darlene's old room. And then, that scene is offset by her discussing with Darlene if her and Dan were good parents further spiraling away from the immediate occurrence that is Becky leaving home. Granted, Becky had already left home and eloped and was just staying with them now temporarily until her and Mark could get on their feet, but this is all left for speculation. I think it all needed to be fanned out in the episode.moreless
  • becky and mark finally move out!

    9.0
    i love this episode of roseanne!it was so funny!I think it was funny when roseanne gave them 50 bucks for a salt shacker that was worth nothing to try and help them out and then dan trys to do that and it does not really work out.I thought it was funny when becky had to go get water and had to bring a stick.And i liked sharon stone in this episode playing the "welcome wagon" she was so funny!i also like when darlene and roseanne are in darlene and beckys old room when it was empty and darlene says roseanne did a good job raising her.i also thought there was some great writing in this episode.moreless
John Goodman

John Goodman

Dan Conner

Laurie Metcalf

Laurie Metcalf

Jackie Harris

Sara Gilbert

Sara Gilbert

Darlene Conner Healy

Roseanne Barr

Roseanne Barr

Roseanne Conner

Sarah Chalke

Sarah Chalke

Rebecca "Becky" Conner Healy

Michael Fishman

Michael Fishman

David Jacob "D.J." Conner

Sharon Stone

Sharon Stone

trailer lady

Guest Star

John McConnell

John McConnell

Bob

Recurring Role

Michael O'Keefe

Michael O'Keefe

Fred

Recurring Role

Johnny Galecki

Johnny Galecki

David Healy

Recurring Role

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • During the lunch scene at the city garage, John Goodman accidentally spills a cup of coffee over his hand. Improvising, he flicks his wet fingers at John McConell. Michael O'Keefe nonchalantly wipes up the spill with napkins.

    • As Darlene and Roseanne clean out the girls' old room, Roseanne finds the hamster Darlene lost when she was 8. But she already found that hamster over three years earlier when she cleaned out the garage in This Old House.

  • QUOTES (10)

    • trailer park neighbor: Where ya from?
      Roseanne: We're from Europe.

    • Dan: Remember our first place?
      Roseanne: Yeah that was a dump. When are we moving out of there?

    • (Becky's whole family is helping her and Mark move into the trailer.)
      Darlene: My sister is moving into a trailer park. (suppressed chuckle) I can't tell you where I was the day Kennedy was shot but I will always remember this moment.

    • Roseanne: (trying to comfort Darlene who is overwhelmed by the fact that Becky is moving out of the house for good) Well, not everything is changing. I mean, we still got your dad, and the furniture, and... DJ's haircut.

    • Mark: (on to Dan who has "created" work for him at the garage) Come on, Dan, what do you think I am-- stupid?
      Roseanne: Remember, Dan, we're guests here.

    • Darlene: Are you okay with this, I mean, another one of your kids moving out?
      Roseanne: I mean, I always knew you guys were gonna move; I just was hopin' you wouldn't tell me where you were going.

    • Roseanne: Did you ever feel like your dad and me didn't give you enough?
      Darlene: What are you talking about? You didn't give us anything.

    • Darlene: (after Roseanne tells her how proud she and Dan are of her) Even though I'm secretly a high-priced call girl?
      Roseanne: Because you're a high-priced one!

    • Roseanne: (wishing she could have given Becky a better headstart) Becky's just...taken such a hard road.
      Darlene: Yeah, she's gonna be fine. And, she's strong like you are and that will get her through, whatever she has to go through.
      Roseanne: Do ya think?
      Darlene: Yeah, definitely. So what if Becky's living in a trailer? It's not like she's use to living in luxury-- you did that much for her!

    • Trailer Park Resident: Don't you ever feed my dog!
      Roseanne: If I get drunk enough, I'll fight your dog!

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Mark: (talking to Becky about their new trailer home) Hey, Becky, did ya see the bathroom door? It slides into the wall (makes a "shhht" noise with his mouth) just like Star Trek!

      Mark is making an allusion to the automatic doors, and the sucking sound they make, on the "Starship Enterprise", the spacecraft on the 1960's science fiction TV series, Star Trek.

    • Roseanne: (wanting to give Becky and Mark a housewarming gift) What about, ahhh... big-headed banjo-playing boy for the front porch?

      Roseanne is making an allusion to "Dueling Banjos", a scene from the 1970's movie, Deliverance, where a mentally retarded, inbred, extremely gifted banjo player, seated on the porch of a shack, plays the instrumental, "Dueling Banjos", opposite actor Ronnie Cox on guitar.

    • The title of this episode is an allusion to "Happy Trails", the signature song of 1950's television cowboy, Roy Rogers.

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