The crown and stocking cap Roseanne and Jackie pull out of the box both fit perfectly on them as adults! If they were kids when they originally played with them, they would be too large at the time and neither one commented about how the hats fit them better now!
(Roseanne rants about how after Jackie got her doll, Mrs. Tuttle, she no longer looked up to her.)
Roseanne: Tuttle asked for it so I smoked her.
Dan: I've been hearing a lot lately about how white men are to blame for everything, about how we have all the advantages, how we get all the breaks. But look at me and Bob, we ain't living in no mansions. We had to struggle for everything we got.
Leon: You struggled for this (waves hand referring to the Conner house).
Jackie: Roseanne, Nana Mary didn't take Mrs. Tuttle.
Nana Mary: Of course Nana Mary didn't take her, I found her stuffed in the wall behind some insolation, thank God it wasn't another dead body.
Roseanne: You wanna hold him?
Nana Mary: No, babies leak, I'll hold him when he's 3.
Jackie: Do you think our kids are going to be as horrible to each other as we were, Roseanne? They're practically brothers.
Roseanne: No, we'll break the cycle, I'll raise Jerry to be as nice to Andy as I should've been to you.
Jackie: What do you think Roseanne? You think Jerry will beat up Andy when they get older?
Roseanne: How's that possible, Jackie? Andy is older.
Jackie: Because he's your kid Roseanne.
Roseanne: Sticks and stones may break my bones but at least they're not part of my sex life.
Leon: Try being a gay man in Lanford, Illinois. There is nothing like having to correct the spelling when someone spray-paints "faggot" across your garage doors!
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