In a previous and very popular post I reproduced the first floor of the set of Roseanne but the lingering question won’t leave my head – what about the SECOND floor? Every way I’ve looked at it I can’t make any kind of sense out of it. It simple doesn’t fit together in any way shape or form. Where does the staircase lead to? Are the kids rooms opposite each other or parallel? And WHERE, exactly, do the doors in DJ’s rooms lead to?
I guess from many of my posts you would think that I’m obsessed with Roseanne. And yes, that may be a little bit true. Roseanne is the one show that after several decades of being on television I can still sit down and watch no matter what time of day or season.
The Roseanne Set
Yes, the set is still standing and alive and well. I got a comment on my facebook page from my friend Asa Benally that I met at the Seagle Colony in New York saying that the Roseanne set had also been used for the TV show Family Matters. Although I don’t personally see it, I did find out that the set has been modified and used for many other productions. Here is a picture of the set now, still at Lacy Studios that I found on Flikr.