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Dan Conner (Character)
from "Roseanne" (1988)

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Roseanne: Season 9: Episode 23 -- Roseanne and Dan are delighted that Darlene, David and their new daughter, Harris Conner Healy, will be staying with them. D.J. has grudgingly given up his room for them and is moving to the basement. He says he'll have more room to work on his film projects, but reminds Roseanne he was supposed to get her writing room. The family talks about their life after winning the lottery, glad that part of their lives is over.

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Alternate Names:
Dan Connor / Teenage Dan


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  1. "Roseanne"
        - Into That Good Night: Part 2 (1997) TV episode, Played by John Goodman
        - Into That Good Night: Part 1 (1997) TV episode, Played by John Goodman
        - Arsenic and Old Mom (1997) TV episode, Played by John Goodman
        - The Truth Be Told (1997) TV episode, Played by John Goodman
        - Roseanne-Feld (1997) TV episode, Played by John Goodman
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  2. Unruly Fan Unruly Star (1996) (TV) Played by John Goodman
  3. "The Jackie Thomas Show"
        - The Joke (1992) TV episode, Played by John Goodman (as Dan Connor)

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From "Roseanne: Second Time Around (#3.22)" (1991)
Dan: [after a near miss with a wrecking ball on Dan's jobsite] I'm more embarrassed than anything else. I crawl out of that thing with my pants down around my ankles, I looked up, there's thirty people standing around staring at me.
Arnie Thomas: Man, and it was really an awkward moment. No one knew what to do. Fortunately, I had the presence of mind to start the applause.
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