Roseanne

Season 6 Episode 24

Isn't It Romantic?

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM May 17, 1994 on ABC
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Isn't It Romantic?
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Fred asks Roseanne how to propose to Jackie, then uses hints from Jackie's favorite soap opera; an enraged Roseanne demands romance from Dan, then turns to fantasy; Mark and David struggle with the concepts of feminism.

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    John Goodman

    John Goodman

    Dan Conner

    Laurie Metcalf

    Laurie Metcalf

    Jackie Harris

    Sara Gilbert

    Sara Gilbert

    Darlene Conner Healy

    Michael Fishman

    Michael Fishman

    David Jacob "D.J." Conner

    Roseanne Barr

    Roseanne Barr

    Roseanne Conner

    Sarah Chalke

    Sarah Chalke

    Rebecca "Becky" Conner Healy

    Clint Ritchie

    Clint Ritchie

    "Clint Buchanan"

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    Robert Woods

    Robert Woods

    "Bo Buchanan"

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    John Loprieno

    John Loprieno

    "Cord Roberts"

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    Michael O'Keefe

    Michael O'Keefe

    Fred

    Recurring Role

    Glenn Quinn

    Glenn Quinn

    Mark Healy

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    Johnny Galecki

    Johnny Galecki

    David Healy

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (9)

      • Darlene: So what are you saying, it's like a woman's job to have children? I mean, can you really be that sexist.
        David: Me? I am not sexist. I am much too frightened of women to be sexist.

      • Roseanne: You're not gonna get what you want from these soap opera guys, Jackie. They can only love you for an hour a day. Of course, that's four times longer than Dan.

      • Roseanne: Wow! Wine? We haven't had wine since the night we celebrated the odometer on your truck rolling all the way back to zero!

      • (Dan kisses Roseanne on the neck.)

        Roseanne: How come you don't smell like cars?
        Dan: Because I am wearing cologne.
        Roseanne: Where'd you get that? You better not have watered down any of my Jean Nate!
        Dan: No, it's my own. They come in the mail.

      • (Darlene and David are arguing over whether a woman's "job" is simply to have children.)

        David: Come on, Darlene. This is not my opinion, this is just nature. I mean, you can't see that because you're just being irrational.
        Darlene: (sarcastic) Oh you're right, David, I'm not being rational. I know, I must, uh, have my period or something, right?
        David: I would never say that...but are you?

      • Dan:Ah Fred. When doing a background check on a girlfriend, it's rarely wise to ask the brother-in-law. Especially when his wife is the ham-fisted Roseanne.

      • David: (while viewing Jackie holding her baby) Doesn't it make you want to have a baby?
        Darlene: No, I don't like kids - I didn't even like myself until I was 14.

      • Roseanne: (To Dan) Your idea of romance is popping the can away from my face!

      • Dan: We got stuff that's better than romance. We've got memories of romance.
        (Roseanne glares at him. He looks at her nervously.)
        Dan: I'm just going to watch this game now, if you don't mind.
        Roseanne: You don't need to watch the game, Dan. (she takes the remote) You have memories of games.

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • The title of this episode is an allusion to the song, "Isn't It Romantic?", written by Lorenz "Larry" Hart, music by Charles Rodgers for the 1932 musical, Love Me Tonight starring Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette MacDonald.

      • David (to Darlene): Having my baby is a wonderful way of saying how much you love me.

        David is quoting a line from Paul Anka's #1 song from 1974 (You're) Having My Baby.

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