Roseanne and Dan contend with a newly rebellious Becky when they forbid her to see her new boyfriend. First appearance of Glenn Quinn as Mark.

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Roseanne and Dan contend with a newly rebellious Becky when they forbid her to see her new boyfriend. First appearance of Glenn Quinn as Mark.

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This episode marks the first appearance of Glenn Quinn as Mark Healy. See more »

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Roseanne Conner: We need to get a new bed!
Dan Connor: You mean a brand new bed?
Roseanne Conner: No. One some old person *died* in.
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We meet Mark
6 February 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is probably my favorite Roseanne episode, if not the top one then it is certainly in the top 3 of all time. I don't know why, but the uniqueness of this episode caught my attention when I saw this when I was a bit younger and didn't really have the care to watch Roseanne. I knew my mom and aunts were big fans of the show and knew very little about it, until I saw this episode.

The tension between Roseanne/Dan and Mark when Becky told him he had to come in to meet them was of an extreme degree. The scene was well done. Of course, this is who Becky winds up marrying, or should I say eloping? Put this with going shopping for a bed and I don't think you've ever had a more original episode of TV at this point in TV history. Just a whole different dynamic. The Connors get a new bed and Becky gets a new boyfriend. The thing that is cool about this episode is it doesn't make you feel like it aired 25 years ago if you were to watch it today. It still holds up.


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