The Conners (2018– )
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O Sister, Where Art Thou? 

When Becky helps Harris keep a secret from Darlene, it opens up a can of worms that causes a rift between the two sisters. Jackie supports Peter with his Nordic history project, and Dan reunites with an old friend.

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Rebecca Asher

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Bruce Helford (developed by), Bruce Rasmussen (developed by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
John Goodman ... Dan Conner
Laurie Metcalf ... Jackie Harris
Sara Gilbert ... Darlene Conner
Alicia Goranson ... Becky Conner-Healy (as Lecy Goranson)
Michael Fishman ... D.J. Conner (credit only)
Emma Kenney ... Harris Conner-Healy
Ames McNamara ... Mark Conner-Healy
Jayden Rey ... Mary Conner
Maya Lynne Robinson ... Geena Williams-Conner (credit only)
Matthew Broderick ... Peter
Jay R. Ferguson ... Ben
Katey Sagal ... Louise
Paul Bates ... Officer Whitcomb
Blaise Miller ... Young Man
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When Becky helps Harris keep a secret from Darlene, it opens up a can of worms that causes a rift between the two sisters. Jackie supports Peter with his Nordic history project, and Dan reunites with an old friend.

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Comedy

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Language:

English

Release Date:

11 December 2018 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Carsey-Werner Company See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

Dan mentions the song "Messin' With the Kid" by Baby Huey and the Babysitters. This song was also covered by the Blues Brothers on their album "Briefcase Full of Blues." John Goodman, who plays Dan Conner, was in the movie Blues Brothers 2000 (1998). See more »

Goofs

When Jackie is speaking to the girls about their father, she has a Freudian slip with his name, saying, "Stan's a mouse..." (when his name is 'Dan'). See more »

Connections

References O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) See more »

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I'm sorry but still not enough...
13 December 2018 | by maggie_girlSee all my reviews

I watched a few episodes of THE CONNERS and this one was actually the first one which made me laugh a couple of times. That's why I was so generous with the 6. Is there a hope for this "new Roseanne without Roseanne"? I don't know. But I doubt it. The creators try to bring some guest stars to liven up the show (Katey Sagal in this episode). Becky and Darlene have some dynamic, Jackie is getting better as well as Dan, although they still seem to be a little lost without Roseanne (as the whole cast truth be told). She was far from perfect but it was HER show. I'm not a fan of firing main characters and just moving on for the sake of what? Money? The rest of the cast? The audience? Please. But for me it's a little more complicated than just getting rid of Roseanne. The thing is that I kinda liked 'old' ROSEANNE despite its many issues and flaws (and with the exception of season 9 which was horrible) but the recent reboot... not so much. It seemed to me forced (let's resurrect another popular show after a million years, yay!) and not so funny either. So, the new ROSEANNE and THE CONNERS. Maybe, they just ran their course. And maybe it's time to move on from the multi camera sitcoms altogether (these recorded with live studio audience or even worse a laugh track). Let them rest in peace. There are always reruns.


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