Married... With Children

Season 5 Episode 15

A Man's Castle

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Feb 17, 1991 on FOX
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A magazine that Peg buys instead of groceries inspires her to enroll in a $2000 interior design class. When she redecorates Al's bathroom without his permission, he's forced to take drastic measures to reclaim his territory.

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    Dave Florek

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    Mick

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    Fitz Houston

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    Rich (as Fitzhugh G. Houston)

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    Professor Lavar

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • The song that was used during the eating scene was "Bad To The Bone" by George Thorogood and The Destroyers.

      • When Bud comes in the house and puts his jacket on the chair closet to the door, it immediately falls off. When he leaves the house to go get Kelly in a later scene, he picks his jacket up off of that chair, even though we see it fall to the floor.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Al: Hey, wait a minute, guys. I know I'm the new guy here and its not my place to speak up, but what are we doing? We're men. We were put on this planet to... well, I don't know what we're put on this planet to do but we're here damn it! And we're Americans and we have the right to use the best toilet system in the free world. Are we to use the gas station bathroom like some, some common of rooskie? We're being driven from our homes, room from room, running like a Frenchman from a cap gun. And from whom? From our women. They've taken our closets, driven us out our bedrooms by their very nakedness. Now, you guys can take it, but not this Yankee Doodie Dandy. Tonight, I'm reclaiming my toilet bowl.

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Peggys says to Al "When you flush the toilet, it plays We've only just begun". "We've only just begun" was a hit by The Carpenters in 1970.

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