You know, it strikes me that the two of them together would make a great old fashioned comedy team like Laurel and Hardy. "Dan Conner" would be the straight man, the Oliver Hardy character, and "Tim the Tool Man Taylor" would be the Stan Laurel type, the funny man. It seems to me that "Conner's" and "Taylor's" styles of comedy are different and complimentary. For me, Its hard to tell which man is funnier -- they are each funny in his own way.
(rutley,) Dan Conner was the funniest by far. Not only was he funnier, but John Goodman is an "actor" of a much higher caliber than Tim Allen.
Dan & Roseanne Conner, were perfect in those roles. It is a shame that "real life" issues between the actors had to ruin that show. But, don't fret, they have a retro collection of every show aired on a dvd boxed set.