The quintessential blue collar comedy of the 80s/90s has returned tonight some 20-years later. It’s a revival for sure; don’t call it a reboot. The entire cast has returned where Dan and Roseanne are older but still in the same home in Lanford. Darlene has moved in with them with her two children and Becky and DJ are in and out, with kids of their own, some married, some not. But the sassiness of Roseanne hasn’t changed.
The charm of the show hasn’t lost a thing over the years. It picks up where it had left off in terms of the vibe. Roseanne is snarky. Dan is practical. Darlene is feisty. Jackie is rambunctious. Nothing has been lost.
The show features heavily the political maelstrom of the modern age: Dan and Roseanne are both Trump supporters while Jackie is a Hillary supporter. This has put the sisters at odds where they share barbs with one another. While saying grace...
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