Peg: (after learning Stymie left his estate to only one Bundy)If it's you, Al, I really love you.
Al: If it's me, I don't even know you.
Al: What do you think, Peg? Hankie or no hankie?
Peg: Better no Hankie. It's still crusty from that flu that hit the family in '84.
Al: Oh, God, why did it have to be him? Why did it have to be him? (pauses) Was that convincing, Peg? I wasn't pushing it too much, was I? I mean, I don't want to seem greedy at the will reading.
Peg: Well, then maybe you shouldn't have asked for dibs on his gold fillings.
Al: (Teases Peggy) As I recall pregnancy was the happiest time of your life. (Pauses) Well, that and the three years it took you to lose the weight.
Marcy: How disgusting that a man should need outside stimulation. It's so insulting to a woman. (Pauses) Who do you think of, when you're with Al?
Peggy: James Bond … all of them.
Peggy: And then of course there's that ten months of pregnancy.
Peggy: Male Bundys never wanna come out. Oh, and then once they're out, they never wanna go back in again.
Al: We don't believe in love.
Peggy: That's why our marriage works.
The Little Rascals
It was already stated in the episode that Stymie Bundy was named after a Little Rascal. Al once called him "Buckwheat" and Kelly once called him "Spanky". These names came from Matthew "Stymie" Beard, Billie "Buckwheat" Thomas and George "Spanky" McFarland, all of whom were from the Roach talkie period.
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