Roseanne tries her hand at telephone solicitation while trying to console Becky who had an embarrassing accident in front of the school council.
Jackie takes umbrage at Roseanne's remarks about her career ambitions when she reveals that she has enrolled in police academy; Becky gets caught reading Dan's girlie magazine.
Inexperienced Roseanne is hired for - and subsequently fired from - a job requiring computer experience.
After a lonely architect who works with Dan has dinner at the Conners', he attempts to buy their friendship.
Roseanne begins to feel the empty-nest syndrome when Jackie departs for police training, Becky dates a 17-year-old and Darlene goes to a co-ed party.
A kiss is just a kiss, but it could mean trouble when the kisser is Dan's buddy Arnie, and the kissee is Roseanne.
The Conner family terrify each other out of their wits on Halloween night.
Roseanne tries to get a few minutes of relaxation in the bathtub, but she ends up getting constant interruptions from her family - and a fantasy about two hunks.
On Thanksgiving Day, Jackie finally spills the news of her new job to her mother; and Dan's dad butters up Crystal.
Darlene refuses to read her prize-winning poem on Culture Night at her school, preferring to stay home to watch a ballgame with Dan, until Roseanne lays down the law.
When Roseanne takes a second job, her hectic work schedule takes a bite out of her romantic schedule with Dan. Dan disguises himself in an attempt to win back Roseanne's affections.
Becky wages a teenage war of silence against Roseanne.
Roseanne strains to treat her 17-year-old boss with respect so she can have weekends off to be with her family.
When the parents are away, Becky and her friend Dana play with a little help from the liquor cabinet.
When Roseanne is called away, Jackie impresses Dan and the kids with her homemaking skills.
Roseanne and Dan get a blast from the blast when old pal Ziggy cruises into Lanford on a motorcycle, prompting the Conners to resurrect their old bike.
Roseanne applies for a job at a beauty salon doing the same domestic chores that she does at home.
Dan is persuaded to join Roseanne in a weight-loss program that involves exercise.
Roseanne doesn't share Jackie's enthusiasm for the exciting new man in her life.
Roseanne's meddling results in silence between the sisters, but Jackie has exciting news to share.
Roseanne's station wagon is hit by a luxury car that belongs to the rich Mrs. Wellman.
On April 15th, Dan and Roseanne offer the kids a frantic lesson in family accounting; and in despair finally visit the local IRS office.
In an attempt to bond with their daughters, Dan goes clothes shopping with Becky, and Roseanne watches basketball with Darlene.
Roseanne finally has a place to write when Dan builds her an office for her birthday - but she's stricken with a case of writer's block.