Roseanne supports the family after Dan's motorcycle shop goes under; Becky considers moving to Minneapolis with Mark.
Becky and Mark return to say goodbye before moving away.
The power company cuts off the Conners' power. Dan and Roseanne must look at Darlene in a new light after David spends the night in her room.
Roseanne and Jackie are stunned when their mother announces she is moving to Lanford; Jackie agonizes over dating Fisher, a perfect but much, much younger man.
Roseanne mortifies Darlene with a sweet sixteen party, then sends her off to her friends while the adults enjoy the festivities, which include a game of Truth or Dare; the Tildens move in next door; Darlene dyes her hair black to make Roseanne mad, but is shocked when Roseanne reacts differently.
Denied a loan to open the restaurant, Roseanne must turn to her mother; Darlene catches D.J. peeping at neighbor Molly.
Roseanne sends everyone to a party while she stays home - and is visited by the ghosts of Halloween past, present, and future.
Nancy takes Roseanne and Jackie by surprise with the announcement that she and Marla are gay lovers; Bev announces she is moving into a Lanford retirement centre, which leaves Roseanne feeling over the hill.
The Lunch Box welcomes its first customers, including a weirdo whose presence sends the gals to a self-defense class. Meanwhile, Arnie questions his own manhood after hearing that Nancy is gay.
Roseanne reluctantly allows Darlene to go to a rock concert in nearby Rockford with Molly - who abandons her.
D.J. decides to take up hockey and becomes the terror of the rink; Roseanne meddles to reunite Jackie and Fisher.
A Christmas Eve snowstorm scatters the Connors, with Roseanne and Jackie trapped at the Lunch Box with Bev and Nana Mary, while Darlene takes shelter at David's and learns the truth about his home life.
Dan disciplines D.J. for taking offensive reading material to school - Darlene's comic book. Dan reacts strongly when Roseanne discovers that Fisher has beaten Jackie.
Dan returns home to rampart rumors about his behavior, while Roseanne urges a dazed Jackie to leave her abusive boyfriend.
Darlene does NOT serve meat at the counter. She is forced to work there by Roseanne, but out of principal, will not serve the meat. That was her whole point
The death of their father finds Jackie blubbering, but Roseanny angry - and sharing a drink with the "other woman" in his life.
A wealthy and successful cousin whom Roseanne hasn't seen in 25 years comes to bury the hachet, and encourages Darlene to leave home.
The Conners and the Tildens travel to California in a motor home, with Dan pondering his future and Ty contemplating Jackie.
Roseanne wants Darlene's boyfriend David to move in with them, but Dan refuses to allow it.
For their anniversary, Roseanne poses in a sexy photo for Dan, while he moonlights at a big-and-tall men's store to pay for his present for her.
Darlene wants nothing to do with David after Molly kisses him; and a new friend puts a smile on Bev's face.
Darlene springs a prom-night surprise on David: she has rented a motel room. Meanwhile, Dan is reluctant to share with Roseanne his plans for a new business.
Roseanne and Dan fear a financial crisis when they cannot sell the house they refurbished and their new partner Roger skips town.
Dan realizes that he needs a steady job to take care of his family when he accidentally knocks out one of Roseanne's teeth on the day she is to meet with a health inspector (who turns out to be Leon); Darlene is accepted to art school â- but David is rejected.
Roseanne worries that Darlene may be planning to run away from home; new neighbor George befriends D.J.