Married... With Children

Season 10 Episode 4

Reverend Al

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 08, 1995 on FOX
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Al transforms NO MA'AM into a church to avoid paying taxes, and Marcy's attempt to expose his scam propels him to stardom. Meanwhile, Peg wants Al to take her on a date for her birthday.

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    Benjamin Lum

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    Sticky

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    Andrew Craig

    Andrew Craig

    Splib

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    Harold Sylvester

    Harold Sylvester

    Griff

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    E.E. Bell

    E.E. Bell

    Bob Rooney

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    Tom McCleister

    Tom McCleister

    Ike

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The scene in the opening credits where Al hands out money changes to include Lucky. The previous scene had been running since season four, and it is very noticable that Christina Applegate (Kelly) and David Faustino (Bud) has aged a lot since.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Al: Gentlemen, in the history of mankind, there have only been a few truly good scams. Loch Ness Monster. Canada. But now, the Tax-free church of NO MA'AM.

      • (Al is preaching when Marcy storms in...)
        Church member: A woman!
        Al: Now, now, let us not jump to conclusions!

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • When Al says that the women can no longer "whip us like a nation of Gerry Cooneys", he is referring to 1980's Heavyweight Boxer Gerry Cooney. Cooney had a good record but is most remembered for two knockouts he suffered in Heavyweight Title fights, to Larry Holmes and later to Michael Spinks. The 1982 Holmes-Cooney fight was the most watched fight in boxing history history.

      • When Al cries and says he has sinned by consorting with his wife, he is alluding to Jimmy Swaggart, a television evangelist who in 1988 emotionally said he had "sinned" for having an inappropriate affair.

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