Married... With Children

Season 5 Episode 23

Route 666 (1)

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 28, 1991 on FOX
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Al takes the whole family along to a shoe convention in Los Angeles. Unfortunately, his Dodge breaks down in the backward town of Lucifer, New Mexico, where they trade it to a prospector for the deed to a gold mine just as Jefferson and Marcy arrive with the intent to rescue them.moreless

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Buddy Matlock

Buddy Matlock

Banjo Player

Guest Star

Carmen Filpi

Carmen Filpi

Codger #1

Guest Star

Owen Bush

Owen Bush

Codger #2

Guest Star

Ted McGinley

Ted McGinley

Jefferson D'Arcy

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Codger #1: Chill in the air, heh Zeke?
      Codger #2: I though you were Zeke.
      Codger #1: Maybe I am.

    • Peggy: Look, there's a cool 25 cents for you if you'll haul our car to a station.
      Codger #1: Normally, we'd do it for $400.
      Codger #2: But we'll do it for $200, if you'll let us take our picture with you, leopard woman.
      Peggy: Oh, Al, The rubes think I'm sexy.
      Al: Yeah, I would too, Peg, if I drank whiskey for breakfast.

    • (Peg, Kelly and Bud, in search for Al's money)
      Peggy: I'll check his underwear. After all, he has only one pair. Now, Bud, you take the closet.
      Kelly: Appropriate for you, Bud.
      Peggy: And Kelly, honey, you take the back seat of the car.
      Bud: Appropriate for you, Kel.

  • NOTES (1)

    • John Byner, who portrayed the prospector, is a comic impressionist who became famous in the 1960's. He was credited as a special guest star, and his character was described by Al and the radio announcer in the second part of the episode as a man "who looks like John Byner."

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • The episode title is an allusion to the 1960's television series, Route 66, and the song, (Get Your Kicks on) Route 66, first recorded by Nat King Cole as the King Cole Trio in 1946.

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