Married... With Children

Season 2 Episode 14

Guys and Dolls

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Jan 10, 1988 on FOX



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Steve: So, what's new with you guys?
      Peggy: Well, we were just trying to figure out a hobby for Bud. You know, to keep him out of trouble. Something he could do with Al.
      Steve: Well, you guys could come over together in the morning and steal my paper.
      Al: Ah no, my mornings are for me.
      Peggy: How about flying? Or Polo?
      Al: Yeah, how about collecting original Picassos? Hell, I make minimum wage.

    • Peggy: I never understood the fascination with Barbie. But I sure could strip Ken with my teeth.
      Marcy: (disgusted) Yes, i'm sure.

    • Peggy: Look at them over there. Men are such idiots. And I married their king.

    • Al: Greatest hobby in the world and women just don't get it.
      Peg: No, what I just don't get is sex.
      Al: That'll be Bud's new hobby.
      Peg: Sex?
      Al: No! Baseball cards.

    • (Discussing Bud)
      Peg: I think I know what the problem with him is. He just has too much free time on his hands. Now what are we going to do about that?
      Al: Well, we could get him a wife?

    • Bud: So, how'd I do?
      Peggy: Like your father in life, you failed.

    • Bud: What's the matter, Kel? The contractions five minutes apart?
      Kelly: What's the matter, Bud? Puberty five years away?

    • Peggy: Men's idea of intellectually stimulating is comparing todays Elmer Fudd with the original fatter Fudd.

    • Marcy: Steve, find them! Find them and kill them! No, don't kill them. Bring them to me. I'll kill them. But not at first. First I'll take a hammer, and smash their toes, little to big. Then, if it was a man, and I know it was a man, I'll turn the hammer around!

  • Notes

    • The song that plays while Al and Steve comb the streets looking for the barbie doll is "You Belong to the City."

  • Allusions

    • The episode title is an allusion to the musical, Guys and Dolls, which originally opened in 1950 and was made into a feature film of the same name in 1955.