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Roseanne: Brain-Dead Poets Society

Darlene is picked to read a poem she wrote for English class in an All Culture Night event, but opts out. Roseanne, however, really wanted to hear Darlene's poem. Much to Darlene's dismay, she winds up on stage at the Culture Night, to read her poem, a poem that would render Roseanne in painful emotions.

Episode Info
Episode number: 2x10
Production Number: 310
Airdate: Tuesday November 28th, 1989

Director: John Pasquin
Writer: Joss Whedon


Guest Stars
Natalie WestNatalie West
As Crystal Anderson
Recurring
Eda ZahlEda Zahl
As Mrs. Tubor
Troy SlatenTroy Slaten
As Melvin
Main Cast
Roseanne BarrRoseanne Barr
As Roseanne Conner
John GoodmanJohn Goodman
As Dan Conner
Laurie MetcalfLaurie Metcalf
As Jackie Harris
Lecy GoransonLecy Goranson
As Becky Conner
Sara GilbertSara Gilbert
As Darlene Conner
Michael FishmanMichael Fishman
As D.J. Conner
Natalie WestNatalie West
As Crystal Anderson
Episode Quotes
Darlene: To Whom It Concerns:
Darlene's work will be late, it fell on her pancakes and stuck to her plate.
To Whom It Concerns: I lost my assignment, maybe I'll get lucky, solitary confinement
To Whom It Concerns: My mom made me WRITE this, but I'm just a kid, so how could I fight this?
To Whom It Concerns: Darlene's great with the ball, but guys don't watch tomboys when they're cruising the hall
To Whom It Concerns: I just turned thirteen, too short to be quarterback, too plain to be queen
To Whom It Concerns: I am not made of steel, when I get blindsided, my pain is quite real
I don't mean to squak, but it really burns
I just thought I'd mention it:
To Whom It Concerns.



Episode References
Episode Title: "Brain-Dead Poets Society"
This is an obvious play on the film Dead Poets Society.



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