Darlene's Got a Full Plate - The Conners Season 4 Episode 10

Darlene's Got a Full Plate - The Conners Season 4 Episode 10

Darlene worries about her son on The Conners. "Spills, Pills and The Midnight Lasagna" is the tenth episode of the show's fourth season.
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Dan Worries About Mark - The Conners Season 4 Episode 10

Dan Worries About Mark - The Conners Season 4 Episode 10

Dan worries about Mark on The Conners. "Spills, Pills and The Midnight Lasagna" is the tenth episode of the show's fourth season.
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Darlene Worries - The Conners Season 4 Episode 10

Darlene Worries - The Conners Season 4 Episode 10

Darlene worries about her son on The Conners. "Spills, Pills and The Midnight Lasagna" is the tenth episode of the show's fourth season.
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Sharing a Conversation - The Conners Season 4 Episode 10

Sharing a Conversation - The Conners Season 4 Episode 10

Becky and Dan share a conversation in the kitchen on The Conners. "Spills, Pills and The Midnight Lasagna" is the tenth episode of the show's fourth season.
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Sharing a Coffee - The Conners Season 4 Episode 10

Sharing a Coffee - The Conners Season 4 Episode 10

Becky and Jackie share a coffee on The Conners. "Spills, Pills and The Midnight Lasagna" is the tenth episode of the show's fourth season.
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Mark Works Hard - The Conners Season 4 Episode 10

Mark Works Hard - The Conners Season 4 Episode 10

Mark works hard to keep up at school on The Conners. "Spills, Pills and The Midnight Lasagna" is the tenth episode of the show's fourth season.
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How To Keep Up - The Conners

How To Keep Up - The Conners

Mark struggles to keep up at his new school on The Conners. "Spills, Pills and The Midnight Lasagna" is the tenth episode of the show's fourth season.
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The Conners Season 4 Episode 10 Quotes

Mark: You're making a big deal out of nothing. It's like my generation's version of coffee.
Darlene: Yeah, your generation also ate detergent pods. You're a bunch of idiots.

Harris: I know you didn't invite me because you thought I'd be jealous, but I love my little brother, and I'm happy when he does good.
Darlene: I know that.
Harris: And who knows, maybe if Mark does really good, you'll let him decide who he wants to fall in love with and won't throw him out of the house like a dog who crapped on the rug. Anyways, that's all I wanted to say. Love you all. Goodbye.