Becky: She's just joking, you guys.
Dana: Duh, Beck. Just relax.
Roseanne: Yeah, Beck. Duh!
Becky: Can we just order now?
Roseanne: (walking away) Yeah, you'll eat what I give you.
(Roseanne gets a waitress job)
Dan: It sure beats sweeping up at that beauty parlor.
Roseanne: Yeah, well I figure I still get to work with hair, only now it's in the food.
(Roseanne comes home to Becky and Darlene fighting)
Roseanne: How long have they been fighting like this?
Dan: Let's see...Darlene's almost fourteen now.
Waitress: (pointing to table with two boys who are throwing spoons and spitballs) That's your table, sis.
Roseanne: They're kinda cute aren't they? You know, I got a couple kids at home just their age. I think I can relate to them. (walks up to table) GET OUT!!
Darlene: (on the phone) Hello? Yea! I'd love too. Friday night? Yea, I was hoping you'd call. You wanna buy me dinner? Well gee, what's in it for you? Oh sure I put out. Everybody knows that.
Roseanne: Darlene, what are you doing?
Darlene: Oh don't worry mom, he thinks it's Becky.
Roseanne: Oh, ok.
(Becky is standing in front of the TV)
Darlene: Becky, I can't see.
Becky: Sorry Darlene, am I in your way?
Darlene: Well, we got a 19 inch TV, and you got a 25 inch butt.
Becky: Just act like you're not my mother, okay?
Roseanne: Then breast feeding you is out?
This episode's title, Like a New Job, is a play on the title of the previous episode, Like A Virgin. Like a Virgin is alluding to recording artist Madonna's song, "Like A Virgin" (1984).