Roseanne

Season 7 Episode 19

The Clip Show: All About Rosey (1)

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Mar 01, 1995 on ABC
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The Clip Show: All About Rosey (1)
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Youngsters Roseanne and Jackie visit a fortuneteller who gives them a peek into their futures via his crystal ball; in the future, Jackie takes an adult, autistic D.J. to see a psychiatrist.

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • The clip show is divided into 2 half hour segments, part 1 and part 2, and originally aired as an hour long special.

      • The introduction to Roseanne for this episode is a special retrospective version of the introductions used from previous seasons. At this point in the series, 4 different introductions had been used: the beginning, the family playing poker, the family eating pizza, and the family eating Chinese food. In this special introduction designed for the clip show, as each family member is shown, camera circling the kitchen table, a clip of that person from each prior introduction is used. Roseanne appears at the beginning and the end.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • (Roseanne and Jackie are visiting a fortune teller as children. Jackie enters first.)
        (young Jackie): I don't think anyone's in here Roseanne. Maybe we should have made an appointment.
        (young Roseanne played by D.J.): Yeah. Well if she's such a good fortune teller she should of known we were coming.

      • Young Jackie: (at the fortune teller's) Roseanne, it's my turn. I wanna know about my future.
        Young Roseanne: Forget it, Jackie, your future's written on the wall-- the wall of the Boys' Room.

      • Young Jackie: (at the fortune teller's) This is spooky, Roseanne. I think there might be rats here!
        Young Roseanne: Good! Tell them their queen has arrived.

      • An adult D.J. (about his sister Becky - featuring clips of both actresses who played the role): They say she's the same, but she's not the same.

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    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • adult D.J. as played by John Goodman: They say she's the same, but she isn't the same.

        This is an allusion to the replacement of Lecy Goranson as Becky on the show, Roseanne. Lecy Goranson played the role of Becky into the beginning of the 5th season with 2 appearances over the phone later in that season. Lecy Goranson went away to college, and Sarah Chalke later took over the role of Becky in the 6th season. This occurrence is rolled into a joke in this scene as an adult D.J. has suffered a break from reality resulting from his sister being "2 different people."

      • Psychiatrist: (to an elderly Jackie) In DJ's family, how did they deal with the issue of (pauses) sex?
        Adult DJ: (barks twice like a dog) Woo! Woo! Woo! (drops to the floor, lays on his side, and runs in a circle)

        The Adult DJ's sounds and actions are an allusion to those of Curly Howard's when he performed in the 1940-50's comedy act, The Three Stooges.

      • Older D.J (John Goodman) is clearly making a refrence to the movie Rain Man.

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