Married... With Children

Season 2 Episode 7

For Whom the Bell Tolls

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 25, 1987 on FOX
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Al is outraged when the phone company refuses to remove an $80 erroneous charge from his bill. He decides to take a stand by refusing to pay it, which only proves to be a punishment for his family and the Rhoades.

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  • l refuses to pay the phone bill

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    Al refuses to pay for a $80 phone bill to Peg's mother decides she misses talking to Peggy so she decides to make a visit, this makes Al quickly change his mind. This is the first time we actually hear of Peg's mother in the storyline. Through the episode Al is complaining about the street light which shines in his eyes in his bedroom but at the end of the episode he gets it moved but by then Peg's mother is laying in his bed and the street light is shining in his eyes on the couch.moreless

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    • Al: Peg, Peg. I can't sleep, what can I do?
      Peggy: Well, since we're not using the telephone, we could wrap the cord around your neck and slowly tighten it 'til the sandman comes.
      Al: Ah, you women. You can't forget about that maternal instinct, can you?

    • (Peggy is on the phone with her mother)
      Peggy: Yeah, the new crime light is really nice. Everyone in the neighborhood is real happy about it.
      (Al enters)
      Al: I hate those new crime lights. They make everything look yellow. The neighborhood is ugly enough during the day without having to look at it at night.
      Peggy: I can't comment on that right now, Mom. Al just alkwed in the orde.
      Al: Pig-latin Peg? Must be your mother. Tell her I said 'Oink'.

    • Al: Oh gee, look dear, the new telephone bill came. Lets see. Oh, there is some big fat bills from Milwaukee. You know anybody big and fat from Milwaukee, Peg?

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