Roseanne

Season 4 Episode 8

Vegas, Vegas (2)

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Nov 12, 1991 on ABC
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Vegas, Vegas (2)
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When a tipsy Roseanne and Nancy show up at the night club that Wayne Newton is performing at, they unknowingly start to heckle him. When Dan tries to tell Roseanne that the REAL Wayne is on stage, she nearly gets them all thrown out with her sarcastic remarks. The following day, a hungover Roseanne is set to remarry Dan in a surprise given to them by newlyweds Nancy and Arnie.moreless

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    John Goodman

    Dan Conner

    Sara Gilbert

    Sara Gilbert

    Darlene Conner Healy

    Michael Fishman

    Michael Fishman

    David Jacob "D.J." Conner

    Lecy Goranson

    Lecy Goranson

    Rebecca "Becky" Conner Healy

    Roseanne Barr

    Roseanne Barr

    Roseanne Conner

    Frankie DeAngelo

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    Lance Davis

    Lance Davis

    Justice

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    Michael Hoover

    Michael Hoover

    Elvis impersonator

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    Tom Arnold

    Tom Arnold

    Arnie Thomas

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    Sandra Bernhard

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • In this episode, Nancy reminds Arnie as he is leaving to get his tuxedo, that she is wearing white and he should too, but later in the episode at their wedding, Nancy is wearing a gold, perhaps cream outfit. Arnie is wearing gold.

      • We find out in this episode that Arnie's full name is Arnold Shemp Thomas. This is a play on his name in real life, Tom Arnold.

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Darlene: (D.J. makes a sundial out of birth control pills. Darlene thinks they're Roseanne's.) Geez, Mom went to Vegas without these. She really is a gambler.

      • (DJ made a sundial out of birth control pills)
        Becky: You are not to take these to school, understand? Now you go and find something else to make your sundial out of.
        DJ: Ok, I'll go put these back in your drawer.
        Darlene: They're yours?! You slut!

      • Roseanne: Marriage stinks with a capital SUCK!

      • Arnie: Look at yourself! You look like a cheap hooker!
        Nancy: Don't bring your old girlfriends into this.

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Las Vegas Justice of the Peace: (about to marry Nancy and Arnie) Friends, we are gathered here to join together these two wonderful people, Nancy Lynn Bartlett and Arnold "Shemp" Thomas, in holy matrimony.

        Arnie's middle name is an allusion to the 1940's televison comedy series, The Three Stooges. Shemp (Shemp Howard) was not one of the original Three Stooges, but successfully took his brother Curly's place when he left the act.

      • Wayne Newton: (on a Las Vegas stage performing: an inebriated Roseanne and Nancy think he's an impersonator and start heckling him) My name is Wayne Newton.
        Roseanne: No, my name is Wayne Newton.
        Nancy: No, my name is Wayne Newton.

        This conversation is an allusion to the popular 1950's game show, To Tell the Truth. In the game, three people would come out on stage, each proclaiming to be the same person, often times putting a different inflection in their voices as they announced their name. A panel of celebrities would then ask them a variety of questions to determine who was bluffing, and who was not.

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