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  • Laurie Metcalf as Jackie Harris wearing a red dress with zippers in the episode "Take My Bike, Please!" of the 1991 series "Roseanne."
    • Paramount Television
    • American Broadcasting Company (ABC)

    Roseanne: Take My Bike, Please

    1991

    Costume seen on Laurie Metcalf as Jackie Harris

  • Tia Carrere as Cassandra Wong wearing a red dress with zippers in the 1992 film "Wayne's World."
    • Paramount Pictures

    Wayne's World

    1992

    Costume seen on Tia Carrere as Cassandra Wong

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This red dress was first worn by Laurie Metcalf as Jackie Harris on the television show Roseanne in the 1991 fourth season episode Take My Bike, Please! One year later, the piece was spotted on Tia Carrere as Cassandra Wong in Wayne’s World. While certainly the same design, it’s difficult to know if these were both pulled off the rack or if they are indeed the same exact costume, but because both productions hale from Paramount studios, the chances of it being the exact same piece are high.

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About the Costume

This red dress was first worn by Laurie Metcalf as Jackie Harris on the television show Roseanne in the 1991 fourth season episode Take My Bike, Please! One year later, the piece was spotted on Tia Carrere as Cassandra Wong in Wayne’s World. While certainly the same design, it’s difficult to know if these were both pulled off the rack or if they are indeed the same exact costume, but because both productions hale from Paramount studios, the chances of it being the exact same piece are high.

This red dress was first worn by Laurie Metcalf as Jackie Harris on the television show Roseanne in the 1991 fourth season episode Take My Bike, Please! One year later, the piece was spotted on Tia Carrere as Cassandra Wong in Wayne’s World. While certainly the same design, it’s difficult to know if these were both pulled off the rack or if they are indeed the same exact costume, but because both productions hale from Paramount studios, the chances of it being the exact same piece are high.

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  • Emily
Photos provided by:
  • Emily
Costume Designer:
  • Jason Cort

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