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Married... With Children

Season 7 Episode 23

Tis Time to Smell the Roses

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM May 02, 1993 on FOX
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Al accepts an offer of a year's salary of $12,000 to retire early from the shoe store, but his retirement is short lived when he discovers Peg has hidden his money. He gets a job at a different shoe store, where he's inspired to become a business owner after he's assigned to be a temporary manager.moreless

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      • Al: ...and so, er...(Al checks the name written on a name plate) Miss, er, Blawb...
        Ms. Blaub: (angrily) MS! Blaub.
        Al: Er, yeah, I'm sorry. Your name was partially obscured some...er, errant flesh. As I was saying, I'm just not going to take just anything, un-like
        you at a buffet. So um, what do you have for me?
        Ms. Blaub: (snidely) Some Mennen Speed Stick in my desk?
        Al: Well, let me give you a tip: it goes under your arms...if you can ever get them horizontal.

      • Al: I didn't work 20 years to pay off a Visa bill! Creditors don't get one penny! How dare they expect us to pay for five-year-old items? I mean, if they're stupid enough to give me credit, let them raise their interest and let the honest people pay for it!

      • (In employment office talking to counciler)
        Al: Now look I'm putting myself in your sweaty, bloated hands here! I'm not looking for just a job. I'm looking for a career like a doctor, or someone who handles hooters all day.
        Ms. Blaub: That would be an anesthesiologist.

      • Al: Look Blob!
        Ms. Blaub: (annoyed) Blaub!!
        Al: I know your name! It was a descriptive term.

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