Married... With Children

Spring Break (2)

Season 10, Ep 20, Aired 2/25/96
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  • Episode Description
  • Al finds out that Kelly is vying for a $100,000 prize in the beauty contest that Jefferson is judging, and schemes to fix the outcome. Meanwhile, Marcy drives Bud and his fraternity brothers to Fort Lauderdale, looking for revenge.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Christina Applegate

    Kelly Bundy

  • David Faustino

    Bud Bundy

  • Ed O'Neill

    Al Bundy

  • Amanda Bearse

    Marcy D'Arcy

  • Ted McGinley

    Jefferson D'Arcy

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Parley Wayne: Howdy folks! Parley Wayne at your service. What can I do ya for? Marcy: Hi. My expensive, German luxuary sedan just broke down about a mile up the road after running over one of your state birds, the possum. I'll be needing a tow truck. Parley Wayne: Why hell, I'd like a tow truck too. I also would like a new wife and some more teeth. Marcy: Look, ZZ Top, I don't care what business you rednecks run in this part of the country, but we've got to get to Florida. Parley Wayne: You keep on callin' me names, and you just might land there!

    • Bud: Look, there has to be away out of here. Don't you have some transportation we could have? A car? A bicycle? A horse you're not dating at the moment? Parley Wayne: Well, I do have this truck for rent. Burns as much oil as gas, but it's enougth to get you to Florida and back here. Marcy: We'll take the truck. How much do you want for it? Parley Wayne: A thousand dollars... cash. And also, leave the fat boy here. Marcy: That is an outrage! Bud: Yeah, we don't have $1,000 in cash.

    • Al: I'll make more money selling cans than I ever did selling shoes! Griff: You couldn't make less.

    Notes (1)

    • Katey Sagal does not appear in this episode.

    Trivia (1)

    • On the map that the toy car drives across, Nashville is shown where Knoxville should be. Nashville is at the West end of Tennessee, not the East. It is entirely possible that this was not a mistake, however, but done so that Tennessee would be easier to identify by people unfamiliar with it.

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