Glenn Quinn

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Glenn Quinn as Mark on 'Roseanne'
Glenn Quinn as Mark on 'Roseanne'
ABC Television Network
Forget First and Second Becky, the biggest character change on 'Roseanne' was Becky(s)'s husband Mark (played by the late Glenn Quinn, pictured here with Second Becky Sarah Chalke). Mark started out as the rebellious bad boy whom you always feared your daughter would bring home (a nightmare come true for the Conners) and wound up being the very dim-witted boy you always feared your daughter would marry. 
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Glenn Quinn as Mark on 'Roseanne'
Glenn Quinn as Mark on 'Roseanne'
ABC Television Network
Forget First and Second Becky, the biggest character change on 'Roseanne' was Becky(s)'s husband Mark (played by the late Glenn Quinn, pictured here with Second Becky Sarah Chalke). Mark started out as the rebellious bad boy whom you always feared your daughter would bring home (a nightmare come true for the Conners) and wound up being the very dim-witted boy you always feared your daughter would marry. 
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Glenn Quinn as Mark on 'Roseanne'
Glenn Quinn as Mark on 'Roseanne'
ABC Television Network
Forget First and Second Becky, the biggest character change on 'Roseanne' was Becky(s)'s husband Mark (played by the late Glenn Quinn, pictured here with Second Becky Sarah Chalke). Mark started out as the rebellious bad boy whom you always feared your daughter would bring home (a nightmare come true for the Conners) and wound up being the very dim-witted boy you always feared your daughter would marry. 
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Glenn Quinn as Mark on 'Roseanne'
Glenn Quinn as Mark on 'Roseanne'
ABC Television Network
Forget First and Second Becky, the biggest character change on 'Roseanne' was Becky(s)'s husband Mark (played by the late Glenn Quinn, pictured here with Second Becky Sarah Chalke). Mark started out as the rebellious bad boy whom you always feared your daughter would bring home (a nightmare come true for the Conners) and wound up being the very dim-witted boy you always feared your daughter would marry. 

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