Sneak Peek: Tv's Most Dynamic Duos
Roseanne clip - starring Roseanne, John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Michael Fishman, Sara Gilbert, Alicia Goranson.
Al Pacino dons three hats, as creator, director and star, in this intertwining performance of Shakespeare's gripping, tragic 'Richard III' and an intimate and often comic look at the struggle to bring the play to film.
Three women become friends after sharing a car headed for California. They develop a bond that will serve them well as they face the difficult and unique challenges in store for each of them. Touching film with a fine cast.
Harry S. Truman 1945-1953
Dwight D. Eisenhower 1953-1961
The frantic pace of the war years and frequent visits by world leaders take a toll on the White House servants. Now retired, Maggie is quick to respond when Mrs. Roosevelt asks her to return to help with a very special guest. While the creaking old White House undergoes renovation, Roosevelt's successor, Harry S. Truman (Harry Morgan), moves his family to Blair House. The move necessitates a staff reduction, and Lillian is dismissed after 20 years of service. Truman's surprise defeat of Thomas Dewey returns him to office and returns Lillian to presidential service. She goes on to serve at the White House through the two terms of Dwight D. Eisenhower (Andrew Duggan).
Warren G. Harding 1921-1923
Calvin Coolidge 1923-1929
Maggie ministers to the needs of the distraught Mrs. Harding (Celeste Holm) as gossip and scandal engulf the president (George Kennedy). The quiet dignity of President and Mrs. Coolidge (Ed Flanders and Lee Grant) is a welcome relief after the troubled Harding administration. Though Maggie urges her to reconsider, Lillian (Leslie Uggams) refuses to take a permanent job at the White House. Coolidge chooses not to run for a second term and is succeeded by the aloof Herbert Hoover (Larry Gates). As the Depression descends on the country, Lillian loses her job in a fashionable dress shop and reluctantly joins her mother at the White House.
William Howard Taft 1909-1913
Woodrow Wilson 1913-1921
Maggie Rogers (Olivia Cole) becomes a maid at the White House and is quickly consumed by the demands of the job. She is intimidated by the opulence and grandeur and by the demanding head housekeeper, Mrs. Jaffray (Cloris Leachman), who reminds Maggie that she is the first black woman to be allowed to serve in the family living quarters. Maggie cares for Mrs. Taft (Julie Harris) when the First lady is felled by a stroke. She is moved by the grief of President Wilson (Robert Vaughn) as the death of his first wife (Kim Hunter) and by Wilson's own struggle to hold the office after a stroke.
A sixteen year old student is found murdered in the trunk of her father's car.
In an attempt to bond with their daughters, Dan goes clothes shopping with Becky, and Roseanne watches basketball with Darlene.
It's getting a little cramped in the Conner house, and they might be getting a new addition soon.
Becky has an embarrassing moment at school while making a speech.
Roseanne makes fun of Jackie for her new career ambition.
Dan and his co-workers decide to help Mark by giving him some overtime work help in the shop.
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