Secondary characters include DJ, the youngest child of the family and only boy offspring. He is used often as comic relief, but in later years, is used to appeal to the indie moviegoers of the late 90's. Darlene, the middle child, is a gawky teenager in the early years of the show, but is changed to a brooding, almost gothic character in the later years. Becky rounds out the trio of children, and shows how a smart girl is changed by a 'bad boy', Mark Healy, Becky's boyfriend and later husband, who is a stereotypical greaser. Mark's brother, David, is Darlene's booksmart, effeminate boyfriend and later husband.
The story of each episode related to the poverty of the family, growing up poor, or living with parents in which the gender roles are reversed. In the last seasons, the family begins to live with the dangers of extreme wealth after winning the lottery, including adultery and strangely, lesbianism.
The first season dvd was released in the summer of 2005.
Morgan: Shit, me too.
Anthony: Why are we so addicted to Roseanne on Nick at Nite?
Morgan: Because we are gay proletariat and in the seventh season we will become rich.
- very good-looking
- will do anything for anyone.
- always puts others first
- a great friend (you will never find a greater friend)
- people take her for granted
- an all over awsome chick
- Yeah, she has the whole package!
- Her name must be Roseanne!
Guy: I'm not so sure, I guess it's a Rose Anne.
and a slut
gives out blowjobs for free and shags guys in the cinema.
like a hooker.
Very pretty and has guys wrapped around her finger.
Steals your boyfriend and then shags him in the girls toilets for everyone to hear.