The Best ‘Roseanne’ Halloween Episodes



Halloween is one of the best times of the year!  A time for candy, costumes, horror movies, haunted houses and trick-or-treating. What’s not to love? It’s also that time of the year when some of your favorite TV characters dress up in costumes and create some of the funniest episodes of the season. Roseanne.


“BOO!” was the very first Halloween episode of Roseanne. Premiering Halloween night 1989, this was the episode that established the love of Halloween for the entire Conner family. As they turn their house into the “Tunnel of Terror”, Dan and Roseanne play prank after hilarious prank against one another.

“Trick or Treat”

The best part of “Trick or Treat” is without question, Roseanne pretending to be a man. On her way to the haunted house, her and Jackie have car problems and end up stopping at the Lobo. Roseanne is dressed up as a burly man, beard and all. As they wait for Dan, Roseanne starts to embrace her costume as she talks with some of the other guys in the bar. She even goes as far as to go inside the men’s restroom. As Roseanne is busy planning lumberjack, Dan and the kids are at a haunted house. Dan is dressed up as The Three Stooges, Becky is a mangled prom queen, Darlene has a creature popping out of her stomach and DJ is a witch. Luckily, Dan shows up to the bar just in time to stop some guy from beating Roseanne to a pulp. He plays along with Roseanne’s costume and tells the guy to get his hands off his husband.

“Trick Me Up, Trick Me Down”

Roseanne and Dan begin their Halloween celebration by pulling a prank on their uptight neighbor, Kathy. As she hears the screams coming from their house, she enters to find Dan lying on the kitchen table with his guts falling out. Roseanne then pops out from nowhere wearing a shirt splattered with blood and holding a large bloody butcher knife. She begins to walk slowly towards Kathy as she explains this isn’t the first husband this has happen to and she can’t let possibly allow Kathy to leave. Suddenly, Dan is standing right behind Kathy. She begins to scream and Dan yells happen Halloween. Needless to say, Kathy finds their little prank less than amusing. This was by far one of their best Halloween pranks ever. Throughout the rest of the episode, Roseanne is paranoid and is convinced Kathy is going to get her back. Meanwhile, Roseanne and Dan keep their costume a secret until the night of the Lodge party. Dan is dressed up as a dead guy and Roseanne is his dummy.

“Halloween IV”


Roseanne has lost her Halloween spirit and is visited by the ghosts of Halloween past, present and future. As her friends are at the Lodge party, Roseanne is first visited by the ghost of Halloween past. Here we get to see just how Roseanne’s love of Halloween came to be. She is then visited by the ghost of Halloween present. Roseanne gets to see her friends having fun at the Lodge and oops, making fun of her. In the end, Roseanne regains her devilish spirit and shows up to the Lodge party at the last minute to play a prank on all her friends.


Creepy and Delicious Halloween Drinks


Mr. Hyde Potion


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Black Cauldron


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Bloody Orange Cocktail


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Peach Candy Corn Cocktail


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Poison Apple Cocktail

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El Diablo


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Black Magic


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Swamp Demon


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Vampire’s Weakness


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Liquefied Ghost


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14 “Punny” and Clever Halloween Costumes


50 Shades of Gray


Bits and Pieces



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Dunkin’ Donuts


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Ceiling Fan


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Spice Girls


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A-Salt and Battery


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Spice Rack


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Freudian Slip


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Social Butterfly


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Pot Brownie


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Hawaiian Punch


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Bag of Eminems


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Candy Rapper


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Oh Deer and Holy Cow


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Easy Halloween Caramel Apples


I decided to make some yummy caramel apples!


Here’s a list of what you’ll need:

  • 6 Honeycrisp Apples (any variety will work)
  • Parchment Paper
  • Wooden Sticks ( I used both wooden and fun plastic witch legs)
  • 1 bag of Caramels
  • 2 Tbsp. Water
  • Sprinkles
  • Wilton Sparkle Gel (black and red)
  • Wilton Candy Eyeballs
  • Wilton Pumpkin Decorating Kit


  • Before you start, make sure to wash and dry the apples thoroughly. Otherwise, the caramel will slip right off.
  • Melt the caramels and water in the microwave or on the stove.



  • Once the caramel is on the apple, gently roll it through the sprinkles. You can also add candy to make a jack-o’-lantern face and gel to draw on a nose and mouth.



  • Finally, place on parchment paper and refrigerate for 15 minutes to cool. Enjoy!

12 Enchanting DIY Halloween Wreaths


Tulle Tutu Wreath

This colorful tulle tutu wreath is the perfect décor for any front door.

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Spider Web Wreath

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Trick or Treat

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Witch Crash

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Halloween Ornament Wreath

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Pinecone Monster

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Witchy Halloween Wreath

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Nevermore Wreath

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Easy Spider Wreath

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Skeleton Hands

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Orange Felt

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The Witch is In

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10 Interesting Facts About Halloween


Have you ever wondered where the idea to dress-up in costumes for Halloween came from? Or maybe why we carve pumpkins into jack-o’-lanterns?

  1. Samhainophobia is the fear of Halloween.
  2. Halloween is the second largest commercial holiday in America.
  3. Jack-o’-lanterns were originally carved out of turnips, potatoes or beets.halloween-959006_1920
  4. Dressing up in costumes comes from the ancient Celtic people celebrating Samhain. They believed it was a time when spirits could cross over into our world. In order to ward off evil spirits they wore costumes and masks.
  5. It’s illegal to dress-up as a priest in Alabama.
  6. Chocolate is the number one Halloween candy choice.
  7. The world’s largest pumpkin ever measured weighs 836 lbs. and was grown by Norm Craven.
  8. Almost 35 million pounds of candy corn are produced each year.
  9. The movie Halloween (1978) used the cheapest mask they could find for Michael Myers, due to a minimal budget. It ended up being a Captain Kirk mask from Star Trek.
  10. Boston, Massachusetts holds the record for the most jack-o’-lanterns lit at once. The final count was 30,128.