Married... With Children

If I Could See Me Now

Season 6, Ep 7, Aired 10/27/91
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  • Episode Description
  • After nearly driving off the freeway, and losing out on two sports trivia contests because he couldn't read the phone number on the television screen, Al finally breaks down and buys glasses. However, he quickly discovers that 20/20 vision isn't all it's cracked up to be.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Katey Sagal

    Peg Bundy

  • Christina Applegate

    Kelly Bundy

  • David Faustino

    Bud Bundy

  • Ed O'Neill

    Al Bundy

  • Ted McGinley

    Jefferson D'Arcy

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Al gets glasses.

    By pharaoh2, Feb 24, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (8)

    • (When Jefferson wins $100 after Al gave the answer to the sports question) Al: That's my money. Jefferson: I'm sorry, Al, you gotta be quicker. It's a young man's world. (Jefferson laughs, Al temporarily laughs along) (Al is later watching TV, Kelly comes home and finds a man-shaped hole in the door) Kelly: Daddy, what happened to our door? Al: A young man went through it.

    • (Bud comes downstairs while Al and Kelly are talking) Bud: Hey, Dad, who was the guy who played for the Celtics they called the best sixth man in basketball? Al: Frank Ramsey. Bud: Thanks, Dad. (runs back upstairs) (After Al finished his talk with Kelly, he turns the TV back on to hear the sports question) TV Announcer: We have a winner. The answer to our quiz was Frank Ramsey. Congratulations to today's winner, Bud Bundy. (Bud comes downstairs, Al turns the TV back off) Al: Well, lets go out and get old Dad some glasses. Bud: What for? Al: So I can see the expression on your face when I'm choking you! (Starts choking Bud)

    • TV Announcer: And now let's have our sports quiz for the day. And the first caller with the correct answer wins $100. Jefferson: 100 bucks? Hey, Al, you know a lot about sports. Maybe you could win the hundred and buy yourself a newer Dodge. Al: No chance. These questions are so obscure, you have to have no life whatsoever to get the answer. TV Announcer: Who played center field for the Chicago White Sox in the '59 World Series? Al: Jim Landis. I know that. That's Jim Landis.

    • Al: I'm telling you I don't need Glasses. My vision was checked in the fourth grade and it's perfect.

    • Salesman: I'm Wally. Please don't want me. I'm married. Kelly: Good, then there's hope for my brother.

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    Notes (2)

    • This episode marks Amanda Bearse's first credit as a television director.

    • Amanda Bearse and Katey Sagal does not appear in this episode, but Peggy can be heard offscreen.

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