Disney World War II was the 18th episode of Season 8 of Roseanne, also the 191at overall series episode. It was written by Allan Stephan and was directed by Gail Mancuso. It originally aired on ABC-TV on February 27, 1996.
Fireworks and fanfare accompany the Conners on a whirlwind tour of the magical kingdom of Disney World, when Darlene finds she's actually happy in the presence of Winnie the Pooh.
Fireworks and fanfare accompany the Conners on their tour of the magical kingdom of Walt Disney World, when Darlene finds she's actually happy in the presence of Winnie the Pooh. Magic, wonder, and whimsy surround the Conners on the trip. The only person not amused is Darlene...until she meets Winnie the Pooh.
About the episode
- In another bit of potential foreshadowing, Roseanne jokingly suggest that next year, Dan's life insurance policy gets cashed in to fund a cruise. Dan warns that this may not be a good idea, something that comes to fruition in "The Wedding", when Dan suffers a heart attack. Dan's warning further foreshadows the revelation within season nine's "Into That Good Night, Part 2" in which we learn Dan actually dies from his heart attack.
Note: This is the second of three episodes which Sarah Chalke appears as Becky Conner-Healy during this season.
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