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* MARRIED WITH CHILDREN *
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P R O G R A M G U I D E

by Dean Adams

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www.nyx.net/~dnadams

(December, 1997)

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** SIXTH SEASON EPISODES (1991-92) **

Regular cast:

Ed O'Neill .......................... Al Bundy
Katey Sagal ......................... Peggy Bundy
Amanda Bearse ....................... Marcy Rhoades D'Arcy
Christina Applegate ................. Kelly Bundy
David Faustino ...................... Bud Bundy
Ted McGinley ........................ Jefferson D'Arcy
Buck the Dog ........................ Buck


Production staff:

Supervising Producer ................ Kevin Curran
Co-Executive Producer ............... Arthur Silver
Ellen L. Fogle

Executive Producer .................. Michael G. Moye
Ron Leavitt

Producer ............................ Barbara Blachut Cramer
Script Supervisor ................... Kevin Curran
Story Editor ........................ Stacie Lipp
Larry Jacobson

Creative Consultant ................. Marjorie Gross
Dog Trainer ......................... Steven Ritt
Director (primary) .................. Gerry Cohen


106. 09/08/91 "SHE'S HAVING MY BABY (part 1)" (601) [Taped: 08/16/91]
Ron Leavitt & Michael G. Moye

In the sixth-season opener, Marcy and Jefferson announce they are
expecting, sending Al into peals of laughter -- until Peggy announces
the same. This is the end of the world for Al. Kelly and Bud are not
very pleased either, and they take it out on him.

["Baby" (in dream) ........... Abraham Benrubi]

107. 09/15/91 "SHE'S HAVING MY BABY (part 2)" (602) [08/23/91]
Kevin Curran

Dancing girls in a bar connected to the bus station give Al some
solace -- and a dream of permanent escape -- from Peg's demands for
belly rubbing and an expensive baby accessory.

Bartender ................... Monty Hoffman
Girl Vendor ................. Lisa Saxton
Man with nose ............... Joey Sagal
Girl Dancer ................. Cyndi Pass

108. 09/22/91 "IF AL HAD A HAMMER" (603) [08/30/91] {15.7/24}
Kevin Curran

Armed with determination and the Bundy heirloom hammer, Al builds a room
for himself and himself alone -- until word gets out. Meanwhile, Bud
builds himself a new identity as streetwise "Grandmaster B", but nobody
else can seem to remember it right.

Jill ........................ Bobbie Phillips
Norris ...................... Frank Lloyd
Harriet ..................... Sharyn Leavitt
Nelvia ...................... Ellerine!
Betsy ....................... Catherine Rusoff
Melba ....................... Gita Isak
Melvin ...................... Rick Scarry
Harry ....................... Jeff Michalski
Herb ........................ Anthony S. Johnson
Sony ........................ Bill Cho Lee

109. 09/29/91 "CHEESE, CUES, AND BLOOD" (604) [09/06/91] {14.6/22}
Teleplay: Brian Scully, Story: Allan Davis

Kelly earns a quick $1000 to buy a gown for the Miss Cheese competition,
and a suspicious Al is out for blood -- then out of blood when he sells
his to stake her moneymaking endeavors. [Note: Al uses the following
nicknames in this episode: Al "The King" Bundy, Al "Icky" Bundy,
Al "Hercules" Bundy, Al "Daddy" Bundy]

Doug ........................ David Dario
James ....................... Bert L. Cook
Adam ........................ B.T. Taylor
Tony ........................ Tom Perna
Slick Stick Jackson ......... James Paradise
Kid ......................... Christian Guzek

110. 10/06/91 "LOOKING FOR A DESK IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES" (605) [09/13/91]
Stacie Lipp {13.9/21}

While Peg's away helping Marcy recover her precious childhood belongings
(that Jefferson abandoned in a storage locker), the family has an "anti-
baby meeting" and makes plans for a new Bundy world order, which includes
food, clean clothes, and a "huge-hootered oriental woman" for Al, to
replace the pregzilla Peggy.

Bum ......................... Robert Lesser
Topsy ....................... Renee Tenison
Mrs.Garcia .................. Terri Hoyos
Mopsy ....................... Rosie Tenison
Bathsheba ................... Lisa Saxton
Jorge ....................... Seth Dillon
Salmoe ...................... Tonya Offer

111. 10/13/91 "BUCK HAS A BELLY ACHE" (606) [09/27/91] {12.1/17}
Ellen L. Fogle

When a disturbed Buck stops eating and gets all the attention, Peggy
goes home to Wanker County, where her city ways don't set right with
her cousins.

Cousin Eb ................... William Sanderson
Possum Boy .................. John Gerard
Cousin Effie ................ Joey Lauren Adams
Young Kit ................... Patrick Cranshaw

112. 10/27/91 "IF I COULD SEE ME NOW" (607) [10/11/91]
Gabrielle Topping / Amanda Bearse *

Despite overwhelming evidence -- such as nearly driving into a lake,
Al steadfastly maintains he has no need for eyeglasses. But once
fitted, his happiness is blurred by the world he now sees around him.
[Note: Katey Sagal took time-off starting with this episode]

Wally ....................... Robert Fieldsteel
TV Announcer ................ Gene Baxter

113. 11/03/91 "GODS SHOES" (608) [10/18/91]
Ellen L. Fogle

Regaining consciousness after a fall, Al claims to have seen "god",
whose perfect shoes Al decides to market to the masses, using money
that Jefferson took from Marcy.

Sidney Rimhollow ............ Tim Kazurinsky
Host ........................ Larry Jacobson *
Bob ......................... Brad Parker
Lola ........................ Megan O'Hara
Scary Mary .................. June Foray

114. 11/10/91 "KELLY DOES HOLLYWOOD (part 1)" (609) [10/25/91]
Larry Jacobson

Gypped out of an appearance on public-access TV by her modeling school
teacher, Kelly gets her own show on the air with $35 from her girlfriends.
"Vital social issues'n stuff with KELLY" features an all-girl band, and
some of her friends discussing subjects like "men's butts" and the slut
of the week. This show is so fabulous, the networks are interested.

Vinnie Verducci ............. Matt LeBlanc
Talk Show Host .............. Dinah Lenney
Roberta ..................... Heather Grimes
Cyndy ....................... Donna Eskra
Samantha .................... Georgi Irene
Jeannie ..................... Lisa Fuhrman
Joanie ...................... Kari Wuhrer

115. 11/17/91 "KELLY DOES HOLLYWOOD (part 2)" (610) [11/01/91]
Larry Jacobson

Conclusion. Kelly hits Hollywood and does her thing for the network
brass, who love it - except for some teeny tiny (and disastrous)
suggestions. [Note: the fictitious show posters seen in the studio hall
"Black Cop, White Girl", "The Homeless Detective", "Amos and Andrew",
"Me and the Shiska", all feature series creators Leavitt & Moye and
staff writers, including Larry Jacobsen.]

Jeff Littlehead ............. Jon Lovitz
Cyndy ....................... Donna Eskra
Rock Turboman ............... Pete Steinfeld
Jeannie ..................... Lisa Fuhrman
Roberta ..................... Heather Grimes
Samantha .................... Georgi Irene
Stage Manager ............... Cleveland O'Neal
Joanie ...................... Kari Wuhrer
Hair Dresser ................ Victor Hugo Basso
Gig Fontaine ................ Garth Ancier
Girl #1 ..................... Megan O'Hara
Girl #2 ..................... Denise Lee Richards

116. 11/24/91 "AL BUNDY, SHOE DICK" (611) [11/08/91]
Larry Jacobson

Mistaken identity turns Al from a PI's janitor into a PI, hired by
a comely client who fears family members may interfere with her
expected bequest of a priceless gem from her uncle. Before that
can happen, the uncle is murdered and Al is left holding the knife.
Eventually Al solves the case, only to wake up from a very strange
dream. [Note: Katey Sagal returns in this episode, after being
absent since show #607]

Vanessa Van Pelt ............ Traci Lords
Adolph Van Pelt ............. Anthony James
Bruce Van Pelt .............. David Sederholm
Leonard Van Pelt ............ Frank Lloyd
Tanya Van Pelt .............. Nicole Chamberlain
Sandy ....................... David Wells
Colonel Van Pelt ............ John Randolph
Jack Dallas ................. Ron Leavitt *

117. 12/01/91 "SO THIS IS HOW SINATRA FELT" (612) [11/15/91] {14.0/20}
Stacie Lipp

Peggy sends the kids to spy on Al, to confirm her suspicion that Al's
new-found giddiness is because of an affair, rather than Al's claim
that it's only flirting by a "shoe groupie".

Ricki ....................... Jessica Hahn
Leona ....................... Maggi Montgomery

118. 12/22/91 "I WHO HAVE NOTHING" (613) [12/06/91] {12.1/19}
Katherine Green

The game ball from Al's greatest gridiron day is in the hands of a
former flame, who won't give it back unless she can get her hands on Al.


Sandy ............ Wendie Jo Sperber Lawyer ........... Paul Cira
Aunt Heather ..... Karen Lynn Scott

119. 01/05/92 "THE MYSTERY OF SKULL ISLAND" (614) [12/13/91] {13.8/20}
Kevin Curran

Bud does his coolest best while wrapped around the finger of a girl
excited by traditionally non-Bundy things, like rafting and sky-diving.
Meanwhile Peg invites the D'Arcy's over to play a new board game called
"Ethical Dilemma".

Kara ............. Bobbie Phillips Biff ............. Dan Clark

120. 01/19/92 "JUST SHOE IT" (615) [01/10/92] {12.4/19}
Lisa Chernin

Who better to star in a new athletic-shoe commercial than 1966 Polk
High All-City running back and shoe salesman Al Bundy?

Director .................... Steve Vinovich
Caterer ..................... Tom Reilly
Receptionist ................ Elizabeth Giordano
Al's Feet ................... Frank Lloyd
Casting Executive ........... George C. Simms
Himself ..................... Steve Carlton
Himself ..................... Sugar Ray Leonard
Himself ..................... Ed "Too Tall" Jones
Commercial Announcer ........ Jay Gardner

121. 02/09/92 "RITES OF PASSAGE" (616) [01/24/92] {12.0/16}
Ilunga Adell

Peg plans a clown-and-pony party for Bud's 18th birthday, but Al offers
him a Bundy tradition -- his first visit to a nudie bar and his first
bar fight. Meanwhile, Buck falls in love with the pony. [Note: this
episode's credits *finally* reveals that Buck the Dog's voice has been
provided by staff writer Kevin Curran. Also, instead of the normal
still frame during the closing credits, there is a scene showing Sticky
playing with a large knife and a teddy bear. ]

Sticky the Clown ............ Roger Hewlett
Roxanne ..................... Gina Puzo
Man ......................... Carl Ciarfalio
Gorgo ....................... Frank Lloyd
Voice of Buck ............... Kevin Curran *

122. 02/16/92 "THE EGG AND I" (617) [01/31/92] {14.2/20}
Ellen L. Fogle

Marcy's ex-husband Steve is in town and on the lam, carrying hope for
reconciliation and a price on his head for stealing a rare hawk egg.

Steve Rhoades ............... David Garrison
F.B.I. Man .................. Dan Tullis, Jr.
News Anchor ................. Larry McKay
[Voice of Buck ............... Kevin Curran*]

123. 02/23/92 "DINNER WITH ANTHRAX" (619) [02/14/92] {14.0/20}
Larry Jacobson

It's Al and Peg's 20th anniversary, and Peggy wants only one thing from
Al... Meanwhile Kelly and Bud win the "My dinner with Anthrax" contest,
which means a house party with the thrash-metal band, but there will be
no party unless they get rid of mom and dad first. The answer: tricking
them into taking a Florida "vacation" that turns out to be a time-share
sales scam where the salesman won't leave them alone.

Stan ........................ Fred Willard
V.J. ........................ Roger Rose
Himself ..................... Edd Byrnes
Themselves .................. Anthrax

124. 03/01/92 "PSYCHIC AVENGERS" (618) [02/07/92] {13.4/20}
Calvin Brown, Jr. / Amanda Bearse *

Al is a broken man when the Bundy's can no longer afford to buy a weekly
TV Guide. When Jefferson arrives with a fistful of cash, Al discovers he
has been running a psychic scam called "Madame Zelda". To keep him quiet,
Jefferson decides to let Al in on the deal, but Al soon takes over the
whole operation and the rest of the Bundys join in. Can Al unite the five
psychic bosses of Chicago? Will he be able to escape Madame Inga's curse?

Madam Inga .................. Candice Azzara
Big Bob ..................... Travis Venable
Zelmo ....................... Steven Trevor
Hakbar ...................... Z.Z. Clark
Psychic #1 .................. Larry Udy
Old Lady .................... Barbara Perry
Thursday Markowitz........... . Andy Flaster
Buck the Man ................ Kevin Curran *

125. 03/22/92 "HI I.Q." (620) [02/21/92] {14.7/22}
Steve Crider

An invitation to a join the high intelligence "Alpha Club" at a party is
issued to Kelly -- and not to Bud. When they discover the real reason
behind the gathering, Kelly and Bud decide to handle things with the
usual Bundy charm (and violence). Meanwhile, Al buys a new "Handyman's
Workbench 5000", which unfortunately has "some assembly required". This
challenges the combined intellects of Al and Jefferson, as Peg and Marcy
watch and enjoy the show by taking pictures and counting the injuries.


Scott ....................... Joshua Rifkind
Guard ....................... Gary Epp
Delbert ..................... James Quarter
Margie ...................... Rana Mack
Ralph ....................... Christopher M. Brown
Man ......................... Tim Hill

126. 04/05/92 "TEACHER PETS" (621) [03/06/92] {14.7/22}
Katherine Green

Bud's belief that his 40-year-old teacher is romantically interested
in him is greeted by guffaws from Al and Kelly, but another student
smells the smoke and wants some fire for herself. Meanwhile, Peggy
has a cold. Can Bud keep two girls, or will he suffer a humiliating
Bundy defeat? Also in this episode, Al gets to watch (and sing along)
with another episode of his favorite quality TV show: "Psycho Dad",
while Peggy prefers the new Fox series: "Psycho Mom" [see appendix VI]

Darlene ..................... Charlotte Ross
Kid ......................... Ric Coy
Miss McGowen ................ Linda Gibboney
Ernie ....................... Bert L. Cook
Mrs. Mariner ................ Lillian Adams

127. 04/19/92 "THE GOOD-BYE GIRL" (622) [03/13/92] {13.4/22}
Stacie Lipp

When Kelly's modeling school suddenly closes down, she gets a new job
as a greeter at the "TV World" theme park. When this is threatened by
her low performance ratings, Kelly gets switched into "Commercial Land"
where she plays "The Verminator" who hunts down roaches (like Bud).
Meanwhile, Al takes his annual "Bundy World Tour", a week-long around
the world vacation (by himself), in the Bundy living room.

Mr. Nielsen ................. Louis Mustillo
Tour Guide .................. Edd Hall
Janitor ..................... Hal Landon, Jr.
Guy ......................... Mitchell Dean
Kid #1 ...................... Sean Fox
Kid #2 ...................... Lindsey France
Voice of Master Po .......... Dana Lee

128. 04/26/92 "THE GAS STATION SHOW" (623) [03/20/92] {13.1/20}
Michael G. Moye & Ron Leavitt

Al turns sentimental after watching the film "Shenandoah" on TV so he
proclaims to the family that it is now "Bundy Sunday Funday", but first
they must push the Dodge to a gas station. Unfortunately Al is broke
after buying $2 worth of "full service" gas, and when the family raids
the store for junk food he is stuck working off his debt at the pumps.
When Al eventually forces Bud to help him, the first car to arrive
contains four platinum blondes of the Swedish Bikini Team. This leaves
Al with the Chicago Bowling Team, consisting of four very large women.

Hilgar ...................... Heather Elizabeth Parkhurst
Joe ......................... Phil Buckman
Jim ......................... Colby Chester
Betty ....................... Leah Ayres
Jim jr ...................... Jeffrey Roth
Betty jr .................... Marisa Theodore
Stacey ...................... Andrea Leithe
Ulla ........................ Peggy Trentini
Karin ....................... Anna Keller
Olga ........................ Sherlock Ganz
Eva ......................... Jane Frances

129. 05/03/92 "ENGLAND SHOW (part 1)" (624) [03/30-04/17/92] {12.9/19}
Ellen L. Fogle

The Bundys win a trip to England, courtesy of the village Lower Uncton,
which can rid itself of a centuries-long curse by ridding the world of
male Bundys---and there are just two left. Back in 1653, an ancestor
of Al's - Shamus McBundy, insulted a fat, ugly witch who then imposed
a curse on the village and all future male Bundys. The Lower Uncton
residents must kill the last male Bundys inside their city limits in
order to end the curse, while Upper Uncton people must insure they die
outside the city so the curse becomes permanent and Lower Uncton stays
as their tourist attraction. [Note: story editors Larry Jacobson and
Stacie Lipp do a walk-on appearance together; LJ says "shoe salesman"]

Winston ..................... Bill Oddie
Trevor ...................... Alun Armstrong
Igor ........................ Steven Hartley
Mayor Fivshaw ............... Tony Steedman
Poxilda ..................... Helena Carroll
Voice of Buck ............... Kevin Curran *
Voice of Nearby Dogs ........ Ron Leavitt & Michael G. Moye *

130. 05/10/92 "ENGLAND SHOW (part 2)" (625) [03/30-04/17/92] {12.5/20}
Stacie Lipp

After shopping and eating a while longer in London, the Bundys arrive
in Lower Uncton -- minus Kelly, who decides to stay behind since she
is a "city girl". Marcy and Jefferson continue the quest to catch up
with their luggage. Meanwhile, at a London disco Kelly receives a
warning that the family is in danger. She must somehow find her way
to Lower Uncton, before it's too late.

Winston ..................... Bill Oddie
Trevor ...................... Alun Armstrong
Igor ........................ Steven Hartley
Mayor Fivshaw ............... Tony Steedman
[Voice of Buck ............... Kevin Curran]

131. 05/17/92 "ENGLAND SHOW (part 3)" (626) [03/30-04/17/92] {11.6/18}
Kevin Curran

With a mob of angry villagers in front of them and the gallows behind
them, Al and Bud finally realize that their lives may be in danger.
Kelly arrives just in time to rescue them, but the family is pursued
by Lower Unctonians until they reach the border between the two towns.
Caught between two competing mobs, the Bundys fate will depend on Al's
ability to joust, when the Unctonians make peace concessions based on
concession sales. Meanwhile, Marcy and Jefferson are finally having a
good time on their vacation... in a "bondage" club. [Note: the England
Show episodes were all produced by John Maxwell Anderson.]

Winston ..................... Bill Oddie
Trevor ...................... Alun Armstrong
Igor ........................ Steven Hartley
Mayor Fivshaw ............... Tony Steedman
[Voice of Buck ............... Kevin Curran]


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** SEVENTH SEASON EPISODES (1992-93) **

Regular cast:

Ed O'Neill .......................... Al Bundy
Katey Sagal ......................... Peggy Bundy
Amanda Bearse ....................... Marcy Rhoades D'Arcy
Christina Applegate ................. Kelly Bundy
David Faustino ...................... Bud Bundy
Ted McGinley ........................ Jefferson D'Arcy
Buck the Dog ........................ Buck


Production staff:

Co-Producer ......................... Stacie Lipp
Creative Consultant ................. Richard Gurman
Michael G. Moye

Supervising Producer ................ Kevin Curran
Co-Executive Producer ............... Arthur Silver
Ellen L. Fogle

Executive Producer .................. Ron Leavitt
Producer ............................ John Maxwell Anderson

Executive Story Editor .............. Larry Jacobson
Dog Trainer ......................... Steven Ritt
Director (primary) .................. Gerry Cohen


132. 09/13/92 "MAGNIFICENT SEVEN" (701) [08/21/92] {14.9/23}
Arthur Silver

The Bundys have another mouth to feed as Married With Children starts
a new year. In the seventh-season opener, Peggy's cousin Zemus and
wife Ida Mae Wanker make a quick visit and leave behind their five-year
old son Seven, who is captivating to Peggy -- and only Peggy. She sees
this as her chance to finally be a great mother... or at least try.
Kelly gives Bud a poster of "WAGS the Perplexed Pup. Cartoon cutie"
[Note: we see Bud's bedroom for the first time in this episode]

Zemus ....................... Bobcat Goldthwait
Ida Mae ..................... Linda Blair
Seven ....................... Shane Sweet

133. 09/20/92 "T-R-A... SOMETHING, SOMETHING SPELLS TRAMP" (702)
Ron Leavitt & Ellen L. Fogle [08/28/92] {13.1/20}

While Peggy seeks Saturday-night conversation, Kelly discusses
men with three kindred sirens after being stranded by her date.

Ralph ....................... Corey Feldman
Lorraine .................... Liz Vassey
Seven ....................... Shane Sweet
D.J. ........................ Dusty Street
[girl ........................ Lisa Rieffel]

134. 09/27/92 "EVERY BUNDY HAS A BIRTHDAY" (703) [09/04/92] {12.1/18}
Richard Gurman

When Peggy discovers that nobody knows Seven's birthday, she chooses a
date for him at random. Al is not pleased when it turns out he has lost
his birthday to the new kid. Peggy decides to have a party for Seven
at a local park, but the party poops when another parent proclaims the
public park private for his own son's party. [Note: Kelly's birthday
is given in this episode as November 27th, and Bud's as January 22nd]

Seven ....................... Shane Sweet
Phillip ..................... Andrew Masset
Gwen ........................ Sherry Rooney
Parachuter .................. Frank Lloyd
Worker ...................... Weston Blakesley
Brian ....................... Ted Roberts

135. 10/04/92 "AL ON THE ROCKS" (704) [09/14/92] {14.3/22}
Andrew Smith

When Peggy uses up the monthly mortgage money to pay Seven's doctor bill,
Al is forced to take a second job: bartending at a topless bar -- where
it's the bartender who's topless. Meanwhile, Peg starts banning the other
Bundys from the house to protect Seven from their germs.

Seven ....................... Shane Sweet
Gladys ...................... Diane Delano
Patron #1 ................... Sherlock Ganz
Woman ....................... Laurel Ollstein


136. 10/11/92 "WHAT I DID FOR LOVE" (705) [09/25/92] {12.9/19}
Ellen L. Fogle

The way to a man's heart may be through his stomach, but it's not the
heart that's sought by Peggy -- who is tired of being ignored by Al in
the bedroom so she tries a variety of enticing new outfits in an attempt
to whet the appetite of an otherwise starving Al. Unfortunately, the only
thing Al wants is a steak dinner.

Seven ....................... Shane Sweet
Sales Lady .................. Penelope Windust
Guy ......................... Keith Coulouris
Girl ........................ Jocelyn Kelly

137. 10/25/92 "FRAT CHANCE" (706) [10/02/92] {12.3/19}
Larry Jacobson

To meet girls, Bud starts his own "cool" community college fraternity
"Alpha Gonna Get'em", but the premiere toga party (in the Bundy garage)
lacks fun... and women. A.G.G.'s motto is: "Lookie, lookie, we're gonna
get some nookie", and also: "We'll do good on our tests, so we'll feel
some breasts".

Seven ....................... Shane Sweet
Ahmed ....................... S. Kyle Parker
Francis ..................... Andy Milder
Gus ......................... Elek Hartman
Girl ........................ Kathleen McClellan
Gerri ....................... Jamie Luner

138. 11/01/92 "THE CHICAGO WINE PARTY" (707) [10/16/92] {9.8/14}
Stacie Lipp

The Bundys hit the voting booths, united to defeat political correctness-
and a new 2 cent beer tax. When their causes lose at the polls, the Bundys
hit the streets for some good old fashioned pillaging. [Note: Ron Leavitt
and Larry Jacobson have cameo appearances (during the closing news report);
Cynthia Allison was a reporter for KNBC in Los Angeles]

Muffy ....................... Kari Coleman
News Anchor ................. Cynthia Allison
Storekeeper Jim ............. Hartley Silver
Doug ........................ Michael Goldfinger
Man ......................... Ed Burke
Volunteer #1 ................ Pearl Shear
Volunteer #2................. Flora Burke
Activist #1 ................. Jim Chiros
Activist #2 ................. Cynthena Sanders
Beer Girl #1 ................ Cindy Margolis
Beer Girl #2 ................ Robin Killian
Beer Girl #3 ................ Tonya Poole

139. 11/08/92 "KELLY DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE" (708) [10/23/92]
Gabrielle Topping / Amanda Bearse * {12.0/17}

Al decides another Bundy must find a job, and the axe falls on Kelly.
This breaks Peggy's heart since no Wanker woman has ever worked before.
Kelly must first experience the wonderful world of waitressing, prior
to finding her true calling as Kelly Bundy: Philosopher/Waitress.

Wayne ....................... Brian Doyle-Murray
Miss Parker ................. Charlotte Booker
Carol ....................... Lisa Robin Kelly
Girl ........................ Aubree Mazzola
Customer .................... Bert Cook
Seven ....................... Shane Sweet

140. 11/15/92 "ROCK OF AGES" (709) [10/30/92]
Al Aidekman

When his paycheck is abducted by bill collectors, Al decides to enter a
shoe-selling contest. The prize: a first-class ticket to Hawaii, which
the family turns into four standbys. But that doesn't keep them from
hobnobbing in the first-class lounge with six musicians. Al masquerades
as rock star Axel Bundy from "Shoes and Socks". The Bundys later join
in to sing for "Old Aid". [Note: see Appendix VI for song lyrics]

Seven ....................... Shane Sweet
Himself ..................... Spencer Davis
Himself ..................... Richie Havens
Himself ..................... Robbie Krieger
Himself ..................... Mark Lindsay
Himself ..................... Peter Noone
Himself ..................... John Sebastian
Attendant ................... Aaron Lustig
Petal ....................... Theresa Lee
V.J. ........................ Mark Goodman

141. 11/22/92 "DEATH OF A SHOE SALESMAN" (710) [11/13/92]
Stacie Lipp

Al buys a cemetery plot so he can be buried next to his hero, the late
western-movie sidekick "Fuzzy McGee" and the mule "Dadgummit". But where
does that leave Peggy?

Funeral Director ............ Dan Castellaneta
Priest ...................... James R. Sweeney
Man ......................... Emilio Borelli
Lorraine .................... Laurel Lockhart
Harry ....................... Robert Ackerman
Voice of Newscaster ......... Bill Applebaum

142. 12/13/92 "THE OLD COLLEGE TRY" (711) [11/20/92]
Teleplay: Dianne Burroughs & Joey Gutierrez, Story: P. Sharon

Thanks to a lucrative grant ($25,000), Bud is ready to leave home
and start the good life at college... until Al and Peg accidentally
discover the money and grant it to themselves.

Seven ....................... Shane Sweet
Julie ....................... Leslie Ryan
Bank Nerd #1 ................ Stan Chandler
Bank Nerd #2 ................ Tim Maculan
Toni ........................ Jennifer Pusheck
Bank Teller ................. Michael Mitz
Old Man ..................... Richard Mayer
Coed #1 ..................... Alex McLeod
Coed #2 ..................... Sabryn Genet

143. 12/20/92 "CHRISTMAS" (712) [12/11/92]
Ellen L. Fogle

In the company of his peers at a santa bar, mall-santa Al recalls
christmases past when he managed to avoid getting gifts for Peggy,
Kelly, and Bud by turning them against each other (flashback to 1974).
Unfortunately this year the family shows a united front, which has
caused Al's present predicament. They sing him the following song:
With twelve days till christmas, your family got for you:
12 days fruit picking, 11 offramp selling, 10 toilets cleaning,
9 digging graves, 8 snaking sewers, 7 spearing rats, 6 training
guard dogs, 5 giving blood! 4 crash-test dummying, 3 jobs roach
killing, 2 jobs dog catching, and one job santaing at the mall...

Seven ....................... Shane Sweet
Bartender ................... Dennis Cockrum
Ishowitz .................... Fred Sanders
Elf ......................... Kevin Thompson
Charity Santa ............... Ed Morgan
Matt ........................ Matt Leavitt *
Samantha .................... Samantha Leavitt*
Santa ....................... Monty Hoffman
Freckled Girl ............... Kristen Martin
Assistant ................... Sara Shearer
Denise ...................... Paula Bernard
Lolly ....................... Kristen Semon
Polly ....................... Cheri Semon
[Voice of Buck ............... Kevin Curran]

144. 01/10/93 "WEDDING SHOW" (713) [12/18/92] {12.4/17}
Arthur Silver

The Bundys are going to a family wedding. Peggy can't decide what to
wear, so while she dresses (and redresses), Al waits and daydreams.
Kelly color-coordinates will fellow bridesmaids, deciding that tight
black leather is always best. Meanwhile, Bud gets to know the bride
to be much better than he should! [Note: Andrea Elson was formerly
a regular on "Alf", and Joey Adams is from "Top of the Heap"]

Janie ....................... Joey Lauren Adams
Corky ....................... Sara Melson
Heidi ....................... Andrea Elson
Natalie ..................... Robin Killian

145. 01/17/93 "IT DOESN'T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS" (714) [01/15/93]
Michael G. Moye / Sam W. Orender

It's no vacation for Al when "sisters" Peg and Marcy join his fishing
trip and make him referee their constant bickering. Meanwhile, the
kids help Jefferson spend Marcy's money.

Seven ....................... Shane Sweet
Johnny ...................... Joel Gretsch
Mindy ....................... Terri Wilgren

146. 02/07/93 "HEELS ON WHEELS" (715) [01/22/93]
Stacy Lipp

Working at the diner is getting to Kelly so she decides to rebel by
getting a motorcycle, which Peggy deems too dangerous - until she tries
it for herself and gets some good vibrations. But it is Al who really
takes to the new bike when he imagines himself an easy rider, at least
until an untimely head-on meeting with the Dodge.

Lulu ........................ Paris Houghton
NBC Announcer ............... Todd McLaren

147. 02/14/93 "MR. EMPTY PANTS" (716)
George Tricker

Peggy's magazine cartoon of Al makes him famous, but Al would prefer
the fame to be fleeting--until another magazine declares him a sex
symbol.

Bertha ...................... Cynthia Szigeti
Steve ....................... Steve Bean
Man ......................... Cain DeVore
Antoine ..................... Brian Jensen
Fredo ....................... Jack Kenny
Candy ....................... Kristi Ducati
Sandy ....................... Avalon Anders
Mandy ....................... Janne Halskov
Anchorman ................... Arthur Hanket



148. 02/21/93 "YOU CAN'T MISS" (717) [02/12/93]
Joel Valentincic & Scott Zimbler / Amanda Bearse *

After one too many dateless Saturdays, Bud appears on a dating-game
show for the less experienced--with not quite the expected results.
Meanwhile, Kelly believes there is a conspiracy to keep her from
knowing what day it is.

Candy ....................... Chantal Dubay
Adam ........................ Bill Maher
Henry ....................... Brian Leckner
Eugene ...................... Matt Winston
Tania ....................... Allison Barron
Rodrico ..................... Ron Evans
Betty ....................... Kiamalise Budak
Carol ....................... Tiffany Sloan

149. 02/28/93 "PEGGY AND THE PIRATES" (718) [02/19/93] {12.4/18}
Richard Gurman

Peg narrates her own pirate fantasy and stars as a captive princess
(Scarlet), with Jefferson as her prince (Paco), Al as her captor (and
later rescuer) pirate Captain Courage, and Marcy's ex-husband Steve as
the evil pirate Rubio the Cruel, who's feared for his terrible showtune
singing as much as anything else. The crew is rounded out by Bud, as
Fluvio the hunchback First Mate, Kelly as the Navigator, Marcy as the
Cabin Boy-girl, and Buck as Long John Buck. Meanwhile, Al has a battle
of his own with an overflowed toilet.

Steve Rhoades ............... David Garrison
Black Bob ................... Eric Menyuk
Black Ben ................... Gene LeBell
Black Bert .................. Frank Lloyd
Seven ....................... Shane Sweet

150. 03/14/93 "GO FOR THE OLD" (719) [02/26/93]
Stacie Lipp

When Al is mistaken for being 65, he takes revenge by using a senior
citizen discount card and competing in the senior athletic games,
in which he shows--and gets--no mercy. [Note: an announcer reads
the following message at the end: "Bet you thought Al was going to
let the old guy win. Well, then you haven't been paying attention
for the last seven years. But, what we really wanted to do was to
give a lesson to all you folks out there". Then Al has the last word:
Al: "It's only cheating, if you get caught".]

Ira ......................... E.D. Miller
Official .................... Kevin Brief
George ...................... George Feinstein
Vendor ...................... Mario Roccuzzo
Cheerleader ................. Peggy Gilbert
Cheerleader ................. Jerrie Thill
Cheerleader ................. Georgia Shilling
Cheerleader ................. Marian M. Wells
Stadium Announcer............ Todd McLaren

151. 03/28/93 "UNALFUL ENTRY" (720) [03/18/93]
Larry Jacobson / Amanda Bearse *

Al has his day in court--as the defendant, sued by a burglar after he
decks him to halt the crime. Says Al: "he broke into my house, so I
broke into his face". [Note: Courtroom scene during end credits:
Kelly sitting alone, waiting says "Where is my damn cheeseburger?!"]

Laurie Diamond .............. Melanie Chartoff
Policeman ................... Dan Tullis, Jr.
Burglar ..................... Randall "Tex" Cobb
Judge ....................... Edwin Owens
Sandy ....................... Brooke Stacy Mills
Anchorwoman ................. Kari Coleman

152. 04/11/93 "MOVIE SHOW" (721) [03/19/93] {10.9}
Ellen L. Fogle

Kelly breaks a date to accept her parents invitation to celebrate
her birthday by going to the movies -- where she finds her erstwhile
boyfriend with another woman, and Bud tries unsuccessfully to find a
girl to sit with him. [Note: during the end credits the Bundys are
sitting in the theater and making the following comments:

Kelly: Oh, Richard Improta [art director], he's supposed to be great.
Al: Sam W. Orender [assoc. director], sounds like a cartoon lizard.
Peggy: Hey, Richard Draney [stage manager], he's legendary.
Bud: Kitty Rourke [production associate] and Thomas W. Markle
[director of photography], I heard they're secretly married.
Al: Hey, look at that thing go; Mike Semon [property master], my man!
Whoa, here come the Columbia logo!
ALL: Booooo!! ]

Frank ....................... David Boreanaz
Usher ....................... Craig Benton
Salesgirl ................... Kimberly Brooks
Lon ......................... Nick Oleson
Liz ......................... Elena Statheros
Lex ......................... Phil Dominguez
Lil ......................... Anahtt Minasyan
Man ......................... Robin Francis Robins

153. 04/25/93 "TILL DEATH DO US PART" (722) [03/26/93] {11.0}
Stacie Lipp

Al's deficient bedroom performance is the talk of the town, even though
the only person Peggy told about it was Marcy. Now its up to Al to get
himself back into shape. [Note: we see the Bundy's basement for the
first time in this episode.]

<no guest cast>

154. 05/02/93 "TIS TIME TO SMELL THE ROSES" (723) [04/09/93] {10.3/15}
Kevin Curran

Al takes a $12,000 offer for early retirement from the shoe store,
but Peg's mismanagement of their finances (via shopping), sends him
back into the job market -- where he hears opportunity knocking with
a chance to buy a store called "Homeplate Athletic Shoes". Meanwhile,
Charlene Tilton visits the Bundy house, trying to sell an Abdomenizer.

Ms. Blaub ................... Susan Peretz
Manager ..................... Peter Jason
Habib #1 .................... S. Kyle Parker
Habib #2 .................... Ted Davis
Herself ..................... Charlene Tilton

155. 05/09/93 "THE OLD INSURANCE DODGE" (724) [04/16/93] {9.6/16}
Larry Jacobson

While Al waits for the insurance company to settle on the theft of his
cherished old Dodge, he test drives possible replacements -- like a
Lincoln and a Mercedes. Meanwhile, Kelly seeks a new car on sale for
50K, so she starts collecting "K's". [Note: during the end credits,
Kelly calls a car dealer and finds out the price is instead "50 Gs"]

Joe ......................... Rob LaBelle
Policeman ................... Dan Tullis, Jr.

156. 05/16/93 "THE WEDDING REPERCUSSIONS" (725) [04/23/93] {12.2/19}
Arthur Silver

Bundy Cousin Jimmy is out to find the man who dallied with his fiancee
on thier wedding day [in the episode "WEDDING SHOW" (713)], and he asks
for help from Bud---the guilty party.

Jimmy ....................... Abraham Benrubi
Dee Anna .................... Barbara Moore

157. 05/23/93 "THE PROPOSITION" (726) [04/30/93] {13.1/21}
Arthur Silver

Vanna White plays a millionaire cosmetics mogul who hasn't met anyone
like Al since the time they spent together at Polk High. Now she is
offering to pay $500,000 to buy a chance to be with him again, but
will Peggy agree to give up Al?

Coco ........................ Vanna White
Phil ........................ Kevin Schon
Customer .................... Jane Childerhose


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* MARRIED WITH CHILDREN *
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** EIGHTH SEASON EPISODES (1993-94) **

Regular cast:

Ed O'Neill .......................... Al Bundy
Katey Sagal ......................... Peggy Bundy
Amanda Bearse ....................... Marcy Rhoades D'Arcy
Christina Applegate ................. Kelly Bundy
David Faustino ...................... Bud Bundy
Ted McGinley ........................ Jefferson D'Arcy
Buck the Dog ........................ Buck


Production staff:

Creative Consultant ................. Richard Gurman
David Castro

Co-Producer ......................... Larry Jacobson
Producer ............................ Stacie Lipp
John Maxwell Anderson

Supervising Producer ................ Kim Weiskopf
Associate Producer .................. Michael Greenspon
Story Editor ........................ Nancy Neufeld
Dog Trainer ......................... Steven Ritt
Co-Executive Producer ............... Katherine Green
Executive Producer .................. Michael G. Moye
Director (primary) #801-815 ......... Tony Singletary
Director (primary) #816-826 ......... Gerry Cohen


158. 09/05/93 "A TISKET, A TASKET CAN PEGGY MAKE A BASKET?" (801) {9.2}
Kim Weiskopf

When Al manages to get prime tickets to an all-star basketball game,
Peggy spoils his fun by insisting she come along. Things turn even
worse when she trades places with Al just before his former seat is
chosen for a $10,000 free-throw contest. Meanwhile, Kelly tries to
net herself a basketball player.

himself ..................... Vlade Divac
himself ..................... Clyde Drexler
himself ..................... Xavier McDaniel
Team Official ............... Roy Fegan
Man Behind Al ............... Gerald Emerick
P.A. Announcer .............. Ray Clay

159. 09/12/93 "HOOD IN THE BOYZ" (802) {10.5}
Michael G. Moye

Al is thrilled when his childhood love asks for his help in dealing
with a young tough who's been harassing her at her convenience store.
But how does he explain it to Peggy?

Ray Ray ..................... Matt Borlenghi
Mary Ellen .................. Debra Engle
Jackie ...................... Kimberly Paige
Bum ......................... Alex Zonn
Ray Ray's Girl .............. Skye Bassett
Skippy ...................... Chuck LeFever

160. 09/19/93 "PROUD TO BE YOUR BUD" (803) {9.8}
Stacie Lipp

The family thinks Bud has flipped when they overhear his basement
conversations with his "cool" alter-ego, who has grown weary of
Bud's failures with women. Also, Al has a battle with a voice
mail system in an effort to get parts for the Dodge.

Libby ....................... Michelle Nicholas

161. 09/26/93 "LUCK OF THE BUNDYS" (804) {11.2}
Richard Gurman

When Al's luck starts turning good (along with the rest of the
Bundys), he knows that he's doomed... thanks to the Bundy curse.

Weasel ...................... Tom LaGrua
Sal ......................... Lee Arenberg
Louie ....................... J.J. Johnston
Policeman ................... Dan Tullis, Jr.
Policeman #2 ................ Sean N. Sickner

162. 10/03/93 "BANKING ON MARCY" (805) {11.5}
Stacie Lipp / Tony Singletary

Marcy's method for overcoming her fear of public speaking involves
fantasizing that she's elsewhere, which is a real treat for her
audience. Meanwhile, Al gets hooked on rap videos.

Moderator ................... Beau Billingslea
Dr. Angela .................. Marilyn Kagan

163. 10/10/93 "NO CHICKEN, NO CHECK" (806) {10.7}
Ralph Farquhar

Confident they can share, Kelly and Bud pool their money to buy
a car, which both want--but neither will surrender--for drive-in
movie dates. [Note: Bud's middle name is given as "Franklin"]

Neuter ...................... Sean O'Bryan
Sonya ....................... Viatiare'
Jake ........................ Lou Bonacki

164. 10/24/93 "TAKE MY WIFE, PLEASE" (807) {13.2}
Teleplay: Peter Gaulke & Eddie Feldmann, Story: Brad Yuen

On Halloween night, the Grim Reaper (who looks a lot like Peggy)
finally answers Al's unwitting call for death, and then won't
leave him alone until one member of his family says they need him.
Meanwhile, Marcy convinces Peg, Kelly, and Bud to impersonate the
Village People at her party. [Note: the end credits feature
everyone continuing to dance to "YMCA"]

Ethel ....................... Patrika Darbo
Jeannie ..................... Mindy Seeger
Kid #1 ...................... Joshua Boyd
Belle ....................... Billy Gordon
themselves................... The Village People

165. 11/07/93 "SCARED SINGLE" (808) {10.1}
Katherine Green / Sam W. Orender

Al hires a recent Polk High graduate, who sees him as a hero, and Al
takes full advantage by giving the boy the full benefit of his wisdom.
Also, while working as the Verminator, Kelly accidentally gets a facefull
of bug spray -- which causes her to start behaving very strangely.

Aaron ....................... Hill Harper
Billy Ray ................... John Bloom
Angie ....................... Rose Jackson
Heidi ....................... Melissa Behr
Woman at Store .............. Tara Karsian
Guy ......................... Joe Ochman
Marge ....................... Mary Pat Green
Emaciated Man ............... Jeff Heston
Beautiful Girl .............. Borovnisa Blervaque
Meg ......................... Tami Akbar

166. 11/14/93 "NO MA'AM" (809) {10.9}
Larry Jacobson

When women take over his bowling night... and his nudie bar,
Al springs into action and his organization "NO MA'AM" leads
a takeover of a talk show called "the masculine feminist".

himself ..................... Jerry Springer
Officer Dan ................. Dan Tullis, Jr.
Bob Rooney .................. E.E. Bell
Pete ........................ John Mariano
Jim ......................... Trip Hamilton
Barney....................... Steve Susskind
Roger ....................... Christopher Collins
Velma ....................... Harriet Leider
Bartender ................... Timothy Omundson
Waitress .................... Ingrid Berg
Guy #1 ...................... William Palmieri
Guy #2 ...................... Frank Noon
Bubbles Double Dee .......... Lisa Boyle


167. 11/21/93 "DANCING WITH WEEZIE" (810) {11.9}
Richard Gurman

Al and Jefferson want to attend the opening of a new sports bar,
but their wives insist they instead accompany them to a live
performance of "The Jeffersons" Movin' On Up tour.

himself ..................... Joe Namath
himself ..................... Johnny Bench
himself ..................... Ernie Banks
Officer Dan ................. Dan Tullis, Jr.
Waitress .................... Jillian Johns

168. 11/28/93 "CHANGE FOR A BUCK" (811) {9.8}
Kim Weiskopf / Amanda Bearse

Lacking attention, Buck decides to run away from home, but the Bundys
don't discover that he's been gone for a week --- which is the time
limit for dogs at the pound where Buck wound up.

Voice of Buck ............... Cheech Marin
Floyd the Dog ............... Dom DeLuise
Mother ...................... Jeanine Jackson
Father ...................... Lenny Wople
Timmy ....................... Joshua Boyd
Mustafa ..................... Ralph P. Martin

169. 12/12/93 "JUST A LITTLE OFF THE TOP" (812) {9.4}
Michael G. Moye / Sam W. Orender

Al's back injury requires surgery, but "human error" results in a
circumcision instead, requiring him to be sedate for a month, which
suddenly isn't easy.

Aaron ....................... Hill Harper
Doctor ...................... Ron Perkins
Jay ......................... Mark Clayman
Lee ......................... Terence Winter
Dad ......................... Don Maxwell

170. 12/19/93 "THE WORST NOEL" (813) {10.4}
Larry Jacobson / Amanda Bearse

On christmas eve, Kelly and Bud try to sneak in a jukebox to
give to their parents, who are arguing over the proper speed
for channel surfing.

<no guest cast>

171. 01/16/94 "SOFA SO GOOD" (815) {12.7}
Doug McIntyre / Amanda Bearse

With Al and Peg away for a family reunion in Wanker County,
Bud cedes control of the house to Kelly on Saturday night.
Unfortunately her date destroys Peg's beloved couch, thus
sending Kelly to meet the maker for a replacement.

Mary ........................ Larry Hankin
Gunther ..................... Mark Matheisen
Naomi ....................... Bryn Erin

172. 01/23/94 "HONEY, I BLEW UP MYSELF" (814)
Wayne Kline / Sam W. Orender

For Al's birthday, Peggy decides to give him a sexy photo of herself
to hang in the shoe store - but the photographer decides to hang a giant
version of the same photo right outside the store. Naturally this can
not be tolerated, so Al enlists the help of Marcy's feminist group "FANG"
(Feminists Against Neanderthal Guys) to eliminate the offending image.
Meanwhile, Kelly and Bud can't seem to find the right present for Al.
[Note: there is an extra "present" scene with Al, Kelly,
and Bud during the end credits]

Aaron ....................... Hill Harper
Dabbs ....................... Tom Silardi
Enid ........................ Winifred Freedman
Sloan ....................... Michael Lowry
Patrick ..................... Michael Anthony Vaccaro

173. 02/06/94 "HOW GREEN WAS MY APPLE" (816) {11.4}
Katherine Green / Gerry Cohen

An apple grows on a Bundy tree, but hangs over the D'Arcy's yard,
prompting a property dispute that turns ugly... and explosive.
[Note: during the end credits Al and Jefferson fight over
another apple, but Buck beats them to it; Katherine Green
is listed as the sole Executive Producer for this episode]

Inspector ................... Gary Coleman
Surveyor .................... Danny Bonaduce
Manager ..................... Dave Madden
Girl ........................ Joni Allen

174. 02/13/94 "VALENTINE'S DAY MASSACRE" (818) {11.1}
Cindy Begel

Bud sets out to respond to a long-lost valentine card, while Al battles
other husbands at a store for last-minute Valentine's Day shoppers.

Omar ........................ Avner Garbi
Greta ....................... Jane Lynch
Betty ....................... Paddi Edwards
Mac ......................... Charles Bouvier
Bodyguard ................... Dan Doherty
Mayhem ...................... Jeff Bennett
Woman ....................... Stephanie Dicker
Pinworm ..................... David Carrera
Crystal ..................... Julie Condra Douglas
Rita ........................ Lorna Scott

175. 02/20/94 "GET OUTTA DODGE" (817) {10.2}
Mark Driscoll / Sam W. Orender

When Al is forced to sell the Dodge, an auto executive offers
him a brand-new Viper in exchange for filming his old car hitting
the million mile mark. Meanwhile, Kelly tries to find "Waldo".
[Note: the end credits feature more of Al driving the Dodge
through the desert]

Officer Dan ................. Dan Tullis, Jr.
Bill Ellis .................. Todd Sussman
Lisa ........................ Stefanie Ridel
Fanatic ..................... Richard Assad
Japanese Man ................ Michael Hagiwara
Criminal .................... Bert L. Cook
Mobster #1 .................. David Garubard
Wino Gal .................... Maray Ayres
Wino Guy .................... William Bookston

176. 02/27/94 "FIELD OF SCREAMS" (819) {10.8}
Al Aidekman

Al protests the proposed destruction of his high-school football
field to build a new auto plant. Meanwhile, Bud and Buck suffer
unusal side effects after Kelly (The Verminator) tests a new
pesticide on them called "Springtime in Baghdad".

Aaron ....................... Hill Harper
TV Announcer ................ Tiiu Leek
Sascha ...................... Julie Benz

177. 03/20/94 "THE D'ARCY FILES" (820) {9.8}
Ilunga Adell

Jefferson reveals his secret past as a spy to Marcy, and Al gets an
offer for a $50,000 reward from the man who is trying to find him.
[Note: the end credits feature Buck watching baseball on TV]

Walter Traugott ............. Robert Mandan

178. 04/10/94 "NOONER OR NOTHING" (822) {10.1}
Nancy Neufeld

Peg must coerce Al into a romantic act in order to win a prize
from a radio show. Meanwhile the Bundy kids wait in line at
the mall for rock concert tickets.

himself ..................... Rick Dees
Dexter ...................... Chi McBride
Ann ......................... Stacy Ferguson
Pete ........................ Pete Steinfeld
Leona ....................... Helen Siff
Frieda ...................... Helen Faraday
Barbara ..................... Kelly Goodman
B.B.R. Fan #1 ............... Nelson Parks
Kevin ....................... Douglas Christopher
Penelope .................... Nicole Nagorsky

179. 04/24/94 "RIDE SCARE" (825) {10.5}
Nancy Neufeld / Sam W. Orender

Al opposes forced car pooling until he learns that three lingerie
models are in his group, which is then chosen to promote a campaign
to clean up Chicago.

Naomi ....................... Sandra Korn
Alderman Johnson ............ Paul Eisenhauer
Alexis ...................... Jane Abbott
Monique ..................... Shannon K. Dunn
Paulina ..................... Debra Christofferson

180. 05/01/94 "LEGEND OF IRONHEAD HAYNES" (821) {10.7}
Katherine Green

When a fat woman's complaint forces Al to stop insulting his customers,
he and his men's club "NO MA'AM" (National Organization of Men Against
Amazonian Masterhood), seek out a legendary guru of machismo to teach
them how to battle political correctness. [Note: Katherine Green
is listed as the sole Executive Producer for this episode; the end
credits feature Al sneaking into the garage to get food from a
hidden refrigerator]

Ironhead Haynes ............. Waylon Jennings
Aaron ....................... Hill Harper
Officer Dan ................. Dan Tullis, Jr.
Bob Rooney .................. E.E. Bell
Barney ...................... Steve Susskind
Woman #2 .................... Sheila Grenham
Roger ....................... Christopher Collins

181. 05/08/94 "ASSAULT AND BATTERIES" (824) {10.2}
David Castro / Sam W. Orender

A simple attempt to exchange some batteries becomes a trial for Al
when a computer goes down and traps him inside a store. Meanwhile,
Kelly and Bud celebrate a birthday for Buck. [Note: this episode
aired as part of a 3-D "Fox-o-rama" special; the end credits
feature Al and Peg wearing 3-D glasses and looking at the names
scroll by on the screen. Peg says: "I don't get it"]

Voice of Buck ............... Cheech Marin
Old Lady .................... Jean Speegle Howard
Checker #1 .................. Jan Hoag
Checker #2 .................. Brian Reddy
Man ......................... Biff Yeager
Paramedic ................... Gary Simpson
Customer #1 ................. Cynthia Frost
Customer #2 ................. Craig Benton

182. 05/15/94 "AL GOES DEEP" (826) {9.5}
Garry Bowren & Laurie Lee-Goss / Amanda Bearse

Jefferson bets on a college football game he is guaranteed to win,
but that's before the quarterback is blitzed by the Blonde Bundy.

Chad ........................ Curnal Aulisio
TV Announcer ................ Ron Pitts
Stab Wound .................. Edward Blanchard
Maria ....................... Marcia Del Mar

183. 05/22/94 "KELLY KNOWS SOMETHING" (823)
Al Aidekman / Amanda Bearse

Lacking the "personality" to appear on a sports-trivia game show,
Al tries to transfer his knowledge to Kelly -- but for each fact
she takes in, another falls out. Also, Al enjoys another episode
of "Psycho Dad".

Traney ...................... Neal Lerner
Mike ........................ Alex Nevil
Max ......................... Mary-Pat Green
Tony ........................ Michael Cannizzo
The Host .................... Todd Christensen

[continued in part 3]

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FORMAT FOR EPISODE LISTINGS:

a. __ b __ " episode title " ( c ) [ d ] {e/f}
writer(s) / director

a. episode number by airing order d. date of taping
b. original air date e. rating
c. production code f. ratings share

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