Roseanne

Season 4 Episode 5

Tolerate Thy Neighbor

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Oct 15, 1991 on ABC
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Tolerate Thy Neighbor
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Roseanne's new neighbors the Bowmans are out of town, and Roseanne watches as a truck pulls up,and men start to load up some of their belongings. Roseanne, envious that they are "donating" their nice things, grabs a token for herself. Upon their return, the Bowmans are furious that they had been robbed...as Roseanne watched and did nothing.moreless

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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

    Lecy Goranson

    Lecy Goranson

    Rebecca "Becky" Conner Healy

    Roseanne Barr

    Roseanne Barr

    Roseanne Conner

    Carl Franklin

    Carl Franklin

    Officer Robbins

    Guest Star

    Meagen Fay

    Meagen Fay

    Kathy Bowman

    Guest Star

    Danton Stone

    Danton Stone

    Jerry Bowman

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    Martin Mull

    Martin Mull

    Leon Carp

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    Bonnie Sheridan

    Bonnie Sheridan

    Bonnie Watkins

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (9)

      • Becky: So you aced the driving test, huh?
        Jackie: Oh, yeah. You'd be amazed how courteous people are when they see an 18-wheeler with "Student Driver" written on it.

      • Jackie: I would so tell Mom if I was gay.
        Roseanne: Oh, sure. You couldn't tell her you were going to be a cop, how could you tell her you were gay?
        Jackie: Easy-- it'd kill her.

      • Becky: (quizzing Jackie for her trucking license) What is the importance of proper weight distribution?
        Jackie: To avoid being top-heavy.
        Darlene: You don't have to worry about that, Aunt Jackie.

      • Jerry: Dan, Kathy wants to put up an electric fence.
        Dan: An electric fence won't do you no good Jerry, they're not gonna rob you again.
        Jerry: It's not for the burglars, it's for Roseanne.
        Dan: Electricity won't stop her Jer, I've tried... Not much of a swimmer though, you might wanna build a moat.

      • (To Jackie after Dan has just freaked out about Jackie's question to him regarding what he would do if DJ were gay)

        Roseanne: He's got this thing where he wants DJ to carry on the Conner name. I told him that Becky would probably have a few kids before she was married and they'd be Conners, but that didn't help him any.

      • Roseanne: The only thing I've ever wanted for my kids is that they're happy, and that they're out of the house... And I'll tell you something, happy ain't that important!

      • Kathy: Good? What do we have here? So far we've eliminated Jimmy Mullins and Bob Hope.
        Roseanne: Well, I didn't see the driver, that could have been Bob Hope.

      • Kathy: I'm in Hell...
        Roseanne: No, your just in Lanford. Same zip code though.

      • Jerry: Kathy sort of had this idea that we should start a neighborhood watch.
        Dan: I thought that's what happened, Jerry. You got robbed, and the neighborhood watched.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Bob Hope makes a cameo appearence during the ending credits appearing in a line up as a potential burglary suspect in the Bowman's robbery.

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • The title of this episode alludes to the Christian principle, Love thy neighbor as thyself (Leviticus 19:18).

      • Roseanne is making an allusion to the movie The Stepford Wives when she is teasing Kathy Bowman about becoming one of "us", the Lanford Wives.

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