Griff: I used to have a place to go. Then I got divorced. Now, I got two places I don't go. Yup, divorced. She got the house, the car, the money. I got the right to remain silent. But that's fair, I guess. Course what really ticks me off is that even Michael Jackson's married and I'm not.
Marcy: Guess what. We're going to have a new addition to our family.
Al: Well shouldn't you be sitting on it waiting for it to hatch?
Al: Why don't you study upstairs?
Bud: Because Kelly's blasting music in her room. Some band she wants to see, Otitis Media.
Al: What a stupid name.
Bud: Otitis Media?
Al: No, Kelly.
(While at the shoe store)
Bud: Who are you?
Griff: Name's Griff. I work here.
Bud: That's funny. Dad never told me he hired another guy.
Griff: And who are you?
Bud: Bud. Al Bundy's my father.
Griff: That's funny. He never told me he had a son.
Griff: Not living.
Bud: Four touchdowns in one game?
Griff: Oh, hell, yeah! That's why I told him to go home. I couldn't stand it anymore.
(After everyone else has left)
Bud: I guess it's just you and me, Buck boy.
Buck: Uh-oh, I've seen porno movies that have started this way.
Bud: Dad, whatever you do. Just don't send me to my room, especially for a whole week. That would kill me.
(Al thinks it over)
Al: You go to your room! For... one... week!
Bud: You are a cruel, but fair man.
Al: The Bears are playing the Rams, and if you lose to the Rams you get thrown out of the league.
(Amber is at the window)
Amber: Psst! Psst!
(Bud looks under his bed)
Bud: Damn leaky rubber woman!
Bud: This is all the money I have. So, Dad, here. Take some money and go to the Nudie Bar. (Gives Al some money)
Al: Game's not over.
Sports Announcer: And the Rams take the field.
Al: Okay, it's over.
This is the first appearance of Harold Sylvester in the role of Griff, Al's coworker at the shoe store for the remainder of the series.