Married... With Children

Season 6 Episode 22

The Goodbye Girl

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Apr 19, 1992 on FOX
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Kelly's modeling school closes down, and she decides to get a job as a greeter at the TV World theme park. Meanwhile, Al goes on a week-long world vacation by himself – on the living room couch.

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • Kelly: Why doesn't the world explode into a fiery pus-filled death?

      • Kelly: A fat woman comes to the gate today. Her mumu covering what must have been three or four heinies. Now she could've left through either an itty bitty turnstyle or a huge gate. Guess which one she picks. A line was forming. So I went and got a tub of butter from the Delta Burke "Let's Get Big" exhibit. Then I went over to Star Trek Land, hotwired the Enterprise, and sent it up where no man has ever gone before. She went flying like vegetable out of Dad's mouth and landed right in "The Facts of Life" fan pavilion. Thank God it's always empty.

      • Al: Bud, you know that I'm just sitting here on the couch and I know that I'm just sitting here on the couch, but you see, the rest of the days of the year, I'm selling shoes. Ladies' shoes. Fat ladies. Very, very, fat ladies. And what does fat do best? Fat sweats. So after selling fat sweat all year, one needs a little vacation. Besides if I didn't think that I was having a good time, I might just run amok and destroy everything and everyone I see.
        Bud: We'll discuss it when you get back.
        Al: Mais Qui

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      • Soon after this episode was made, a documentary special entitled "Backstage with the Bundys" aired, talking about the making of this episode.

      • Jefferson is pestered by little kids who ask about him being on "Happy Days" and "The Love Boat." Ted McGinley was cast on both of these, right before they were cancelled.

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