S10.E07: Go Cubs

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 WHERE THE HECK IS ARMANI??

WHERE THE HECK IS ARMANI??

 "Nothing happened to you in the Army, did it? You can still see patterns, right?"

"Nothing happened to you in the Army, did it? You can still see patterns, right?"

The main problem with this show is that in order to achieve laughs in a family satire, there must first be an underlying feeling of love among all parties. Without that foundation, all that comes out is just plain hate. CBS has said it put this show on the air hoping that audiences will laugh at all sides, realizing that all the hate in today’s world is absurd. It doesn’t work. It just adds to the problem.
— Sue Cameron, Hollywood Reporter, January 1971
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 Jackie and Roseanne are on their typical themes, with buffalo plaid and hipster "Navajo" styles. 

Jackie and Roseanne are on their typical themes, with buffalo plaid and hipster "Navajo" styles. 

 We were happy to see Anne-Marie (Adilah Barnes)

We were happy to see Anne-Marie (Adilah Barnes)

 Dan is literally blue collar.

Dan is literally blue collar.

 Aunt Debbie remembered that there was an establishing shot of Becky's workplace and she was so right.

Aunt Debbie remembered that there was an establishing shot of Becky's workplace and she was so right.

 ME LLAMO BECKY!

ME LLAMO BECKY!

 Dean Hodes drops in to say "Smell you later, there was a lower bid."

Dean Hodes drops in to say "Smell you later, there was a lower bid."

 We would squish that precious baby face too!

We would squish that precious baby face too!

 We liked this little tent and the scene much better than the heavy-handed politics. We also enjoyed Roseanne's granny nightgown.

We liked this little tent and the scene much better than the heavy-handed politics. We also enjoyed Roseanne's granny nightgown.

 A page from the Sears catalog in the 70s reminded us that what is once youth fashion, later becomes grandma wear.

A page from the Sears catalog in the 70s reminded us that what is once youth fashion, later becomes grandma wear.

 Here's some college women in a dorm in the 70s wearing what are now mostly grandma PJs.

Here's some college women in a dorm in the 70s wearing what are now mostly grandma PJs.

 "Look, I'm Mom!"

"Look, I'm Mom!"

 "Yes, I did."

"Yes, I did."