Not even a surprise appearance by Wayne Newton is able to bring everyone together as the Vegas adventure continues for Dan and Roseanne.

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Roseanne Conner (as Roseanne Arnold)
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Jackie Harris (credit only)
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Becky Conner (as Lecy Goranson)
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Crystal Anderson-Conner (credit only)
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Not even a surprise appearance by Wayne Newton is able to bring everyone together as the Vegas adventure continues for Dan and Roseanne.

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12 November 1991 (USA)  »

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Roseanne: Marriage stinks, with a capital SUCK!
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Vegas, Vegas (#4.8)
22 March 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The trip to Vegas continues. After the fight Dan also can't get the tickets to see Wayne Newton and they go to a show with impersonators. But the real Wayne Newton shows up and sings. Only Roseanne is drunk, thinks he is an impersonator and makes fun of him. Next day Nancy and Arnie get married while Roseanne and Dan get to renew their vows.

In this episode one of the best parts was of course Roseanne making fun of the real Wayne Newton. I really know nothing about this guy but since he seems to be very popular his guest starring on the show must have been a big deal.

The sweetest part was of course Dan and Roseanne renewing their vows and promising each other to do things they always wanted or not to do things that bothered them. Much more meaningful vows for sure!


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