Darlene and David get married. Dan suffers a heart attack during the ceremony.

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Roseanne Conner (as Roseanne)
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Darlene and David get married. Dan suffers a heart attack during the ceremony.

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7 May 1996 (USA)  »

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According to Roseanne's testimony during the series finale, Dan died at the end of this episode before the paramedics could resuscitate him, and every episode thereafter shows how Roseanne dealt with the loss of her husband. See more »

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Darlene Conner-Healy: David and I aren't going to miss out on anything, we're still young enough that we have plenty of time to...
Dan Conner: Oh no you don't, believe me, that's what your mom and I thought too.
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The Wedding (#8.23)
11 May 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It is the big day of Darlene and David's wedding. Everyone comes over to their outdoor wedding. Mark and David have a little talk about their parents. Roseanne talks to Darlene who is worried about Dan. Dan then still talks to Darlene and tells her not to miss out on life. At the end of the wedding he has a heart attack.

Beautiful episode. So many sweet moments. Mark's conversation was David was very good. About Connors being their parents now because they took care of them. And as well Dan's talk to Darlene. So sincere and real. His heart attack is a terrifying moment at the end.

There are also some laughs. Mainly references to Jackie's marriage and her kid being a ring boy.


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