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...ubles subside when they win the mega lottery of $108 million. But along with their financial stability comes a load of other problems including Dan’s mother’s mental health, Jackie’s boyfriend getting married without telling her, and Dan leaning in the shoulder of another woman. In the last episode of the series, Roseanne reveals that the entire show was actually a story written by Roseanne Conner about her life. It is then that the audience learns that she twisted several parts in her story. They learn that Dan’s heart attack actually killed him, David is actually with Becky, and Mark with Darlene. Bev, who had previously, at a Thanksgiving dinner, made the shocking announcement that she was a lesbian is, is actually straight, while Jackie is a lesbian. The show ends with the theme song playing while Roseanne walks upstairs from her writing room to sit on the couch.
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