In the middle of the episode when Al says that a neutered dog is like a girl, the table is empty except for Steve's cup and the sugar. When the camera changes to Peggy, she carries the salad bowl to the table and there are already two plates with salad on it.
(Al and Peg are discussing sex)
Peggy: We're getting complaints from the neighbors.
Al: Why? Are we bringing down the blocks average?
Steve: We'd bring down the average at a nursing home.
Al: Still mad at me 'cause I got you neutered?
Buck: Whadaya want me to dance for joy? Bring you a pipe and slippers? Roll over so you can rub my belly and see my shame?
Al: You know, I thought you were supposed to be more affectionate?
Buck: Yeah, right. Why don't you poke my eyes out? Maybe that'd do it?
Al: Wait a second, Peg, why should I have to fix it? It wasn't me who said, "let's get a picture of your mother leaning up against the fence." It wasn't meant to support a 200-pound woman with a keg under each arm. Peggy: It made a nice picture, Al. Now look, the kids are getting old enough to realize that it is not really your part time job to sit on the couch and test the weight of beer cans. And now you won't even fix the fence. Now what kind of example is that for them?
Al: Well, if we are an example to the kids, Bud will grow up and get a job that will slowly kill him, and Kelly, well she'll grow up to believe that a two income family is a house with two husbands.
Christina Applegate does not appear in this episode.
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