Roseanne discovers her inner feminist when an invitation from Darlene's school to Dan for career day inspires her to speak to Darlene's class about being a homemaker.
Did You Know?
Leonardo Dicaprio appears as a student in Darlene's home economics class. See more
When Roseanne and the girls are at the supermarket checkout, the cashier starts to scan an orange Corn Flakes box. He calls for a price check, and the box changes to a smaller, white box, and the corn flakes box reappears at the opposite end of the belt. See more
Meat's supposed to be bad for you.
Yeah well so are cool pops but you have to draw the line somewhere.
Well what about a vegetable?
by Dan Foliart
& Howard Pearl
Arranged and Performed by Blues Traveler
Lyrics by John Popper
Music by W.G. Snuffy Walden See more