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"Isn't It Romantic?"
Season 6, Episode 24
Number (#146) in series (222 episodes)
Intro
Network ABC-TV
Air date May 17, 1994
Written by Teleplay by:
Leif Sandaas and Cynthia Hogle
Story by:
Timothy Schlattmann and Perry Dance
Directed by Phillip Charles MacKenzie
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Isn't It Romantic? was the 24th episode of Season 6 of Roseanne, also the 146th overall series episode. It was written by Leif Sandaas and Cynthia Hogle from an original story by Timothy Schlattmann and Perry Dance, and was directed by Phillip Charles MacKenzie. It originally aired on ABC-TV on May 17, 1994.

SynopsisEdit

Mark and David struggle with the concept of feminism. Fred asks Roseanne about ways to propose to Jackie, and uses lines from her favorite soap opera. Roseanne demands passion from Dan, but turns to fantasy instead.

Plot summaryEdit

In the episode "Isn't It Romantic?," guest stars from the soap opera One Life to Live appear as their characters: John Loprieno as Cord Roberts, Clint Ritchie as Clint Buchanan, and Robert Woods as Bo Buchanan. Fred (Michael O'Keefe) takes Jackie on a weekend getaway to Lake Geneva, WI, and proposes to her, while Dan and Roseanne try to put some spark back into their romance.


Roseanne: Season Six (Season 6)

Two Down, One to Go|The Mommy's Curse|Party Politics|A Stash from the Past|Be My Baby|Halloween V|Homeward Bound|Guilt by Imagination|Homecoming|Thanksgiving '93|The Driver's Seat|White Trash Christmas|Suck Up or Shut Up|Busted|David vs. Goliath|Everyone Comes to Jackie's|Don't Make Room for Daddy|Don't Ask, Don't Tell|Labor Day|Past Imperfect|Lies My Father Told Me|I Pray the Lord My Stove to Keep|Body by Jake|Isn't It Romantic?|Altar Egos

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