Bundy = Romance. When Al forgets to get Peggy a Valentine’s Day gift, he finds himself at a heated chocolate auction with the other forgetful husbands… But can he afford that truffle Peggy always had her eye on? Ladies, get out your tissues.
It’s furry, has a tiny brain and smells like cheese. But enough about Al. After Peg spots a mouse, she sends her husband down to the basement to deal with it. Armed only with his male ego and a loaded shotgun, the guy is clearly out matched.
Peg and Marcy are difficult under normal circumstances. Add the hormones of pregnancy and they become world-class awful. So Al and Jefferson cut their losses and run off to the bus station. Don’t worry, they’ll be back. These guys live for misery.
Goodbye, Steve, hello Jefferson. Marcy’s replacement husband Jefferson D’Arcy (making her officially Marcy D’Arcy) wastes no time getting his sugar momma pregnant. Not wanting to be outdone, Peggy has an equally disturbing announcement for Al.
Peg's not exactly from good stock. And now her hick relatives are coming to town. The unholy guest list features Uncles Erwin and Otto, her mother and the singing "Wanker Triplets." On the bright side, Al's family is looking fine in contrast.
Is Bundy family quality time possible? Al thinks so, and so he brings the clan to the beach. All he wants is a family photo to prove he’s a decent dad. What he gets is what you’d expect from a road trip with Kelly, Peg and Bud. Disappointment.
Kelly's a rock and Bud's a hard choice, but Peg and Al must decide which one deserves their last $100. Bud is offered a trip to the White House to meet the President, but Kelly has a shot at the “Miss Weenie Tot” title. Both require the cash. Hmmm.
Passive aggressive chick fights rule. It’s Kelly versus Milla Jovovich as an exchange student. The Bundys take her in for a $500/month stipend, but she’s also hot. Hot enough to steal Kelly’s limelight and a few boyfriends too. Here come the claws.
Al teaches Bud the value of money, and the power of women. It begins when Bud loses his jacket and breaks Steve’s window. Hoping to teach Bud something, Al takes him to the shoe store to observe him at work, unfortunately that’s when a woman arrives.
Back in the day, they had tacky fitness gurus… just like today. In between butts Peg’s favorite is Jim Jupiter's. When she wins a private workout, Jupiter hopes to show her the finer points of fitness. He has no idea who he’s dealing with.
Grounding a rocker chick on the eve of a big concert is like trying to put toothpaste in a tube. So don’t worry Al, Kelly will surely find a way to sneak out. Even if you make her sleep in the shoe store at the mall.
Trampy daughters are a nightmare for a dad. Especially if they earn more money. Kelly lands a six figure job as a weather girl, and Al wallows in his $5/hour raise. But soon Al sees the bright side of an airhead being the chief earner in the family.
The parade of stinky feet that Al calls a life is starting to look up. In a stroke of fine luck, a gorgeous girl appears in the shoe store and asks Al to judge a beauty contest. Could something good actually happen to Al Bundy? Think about it.
Just when a married guy thinks life can’t get worse, they lose their hair. Al and Steve are familiar with the concept. Alarmed by the fast progression of their foreheads, they try tonic, but eventually resort to a support group for bald dudes.
Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration, and Al is a big proponent of the latter. Oddly enough Peg is inspired by an image of Elvis in a sweat stain on Al’s shirt. Will she wash it, or use it as a means to fame and fortune? It’s a no brainer.moreless
The neighborhood has a homeless problem. Her name is Tiffany. After Bud brings home the world’s most beautiful street person, Al begins having very impure thoughts. Peg, of course, finds a way to turn her husband’s revived libido into her advantage.
After a discussion with an adulterous woman at the beauty salon, Peg suspects Al of cheating. Everyone knows that Al Bundy too lazy for that, but Peg remains suspicious and enlists Steve to spy at Al’s bowling night. You’re a good pal, Steve.
Hygiene is not Al Bundy’s strong suit, so a toothache was just a matter of time. Pain forces Al to make a dental appointment and the site of his mouth draws both horror and professional excitement from his dentist. Not quite the reaction he wants.
Hey, it’s the Isuzu ad guy. That’s right, David Leisure (a.k.a. Joe Isuzu) guest stars as the game show host of “How Do I Love Thee?” The show tortures newlyweds, so Peg and Al simply steal the identities of Marcy and Steve to become contestants.
What do you know, Al is good at something! Bowling. Unfortunately so is Peg, and with her skills she’s threatening Al’s chance at setting the alley record. Peg has a small streak of kindness. Maybe she’ll let him hold the record for a minute or two?
Al Bundy once read a book. It was a children’s book, and he never returned it to the library and ignored the late notices. It’s now 31 years and $2,163 overdue, but the point is he once read a book. Well done, Al. Now all you have to do is return it.moreless
There’s something ironic about Peg, Kelly and Bud celebrating Labor Day. That’s the plan, though, as Al takes the family out for a weekend trip and right into Chicago traffic. Needless to say, the vacation soon becomes a disaster on wheels.
The Bundy hammer has been smashing dreams for decades. Al finds the thing in the attic and, ignoring its dark power, decides to build a private room for himself. Sure, the man den is sweet. But unlucky guys should never tempt the fates.
Horrible ideas come naturally to Al. This time, our domestic hero goes into considerable debt to create a shoe hotline. The business plan is fairly simple. Phase 1: charge callers $2 for expert shoe advice. Phase 2: fail miserably, like always.
Pauly Shore alert. This is a rare find featuring Pauly as the manager of a burger joint…and Al’s boss. See, Peggy starts making big bucks selling cosmetics, and Al’s forced to take another job to regain his manhood. But, manhood is hard to find here.
For a man, there is no greater pain than losing a barber. Al is faced with a dreadful decision after the death of his hair cutter. Should he go with the unkempt hippie look or find a fancy salon. You’d think Al would be used to making bad choices.
Sometimes you need to see your mother in law. To avoid visiting Peg’s mom, Al and Kelly feign illness. They’re about to celebrate when Kelly really does get sick and her cold starts getting in the way of Al’s favorite imaginary, and creepy, pastime.
Bud and Kelly are two solid reasons to never have kids. This time our favorite siblings’ needs are keeping Peg and Al from attending a going-out-of-business party at their favorite burger joint. No matter what happens, you know Al’s gonna lose.
Every dog has his day, with one exception. The trouble begins when a crime in the neighborhood prompts Steve and Marcy to buy a guard dog. Al opts for a gun, and being who he is, it’s only a matter of time before the two new purchases get acquainted.
That Kelly sure is a model daughter. Now she wants to get her boyfriend’s name tattooed on her arm. Fortunately, she goes through boyfriends faster than the line at the local tat parlor. Saved by the bell, as they say.
Every so often, Al takes a stand. He always loses, but at least he’s trying. Here he refuses to pay an erroneous phone bill and ends up losing his service, angering his family and friends, and prompting a visit from his, GASP, mother in law.
It’s a very Bundy Christmas. Which means a local mall stunt goes bad and Santa Claus falls to his death in Al’s backyard after a parachute failure. Sure, it’s horrible news for the kids of the world, but all-in-all, a fairly typical day for Al.
Generally a fan of the great indoors, Al uncharacteristically agrees to go fishing with Steve. Unfortunately, Steve invites Marcy, and Marcy invites Peg and Peg invites the kids. And that’s pretty much how a good camping trip goes bad.
Although sex is the traditional Valentine’s Day gift, Peg is hoping for something more. Something new and different and entirely impossible for Al. She wants him to say “I love you.” C’mon Peg, that’s why man invented the Valentine’s Day card.
It’s not wise to live in the past. Unless you’re Al Bundy and that’s all you have. His high school touchdown record is about to be broken by a boy that Kelly’s been flirting up. Maybe, just maybe, his daughter will do something worthwhile for once.
What goes up must come down. The only exception is credit card debt. Al should know this, but when the family dog Buck is sent a credit card in the mail, the Bundys take the opportunity to live the good life. Yeah, like that’s going to end well.
The Kelly-centric episodes never let the guys down. Here’s a perfect example: Kelly tries out for a modeling gig and invents a new move called the Bundy Bounce. Obviously, the move involves Kelly and bouncing, so it’ll probably work.
Death, Al Bundy, & The Village People. The Grim Reaper has come for Al, taking the form of Peg. But if we've learned from Bergman, Death can't help but make wagers. If Al's Family, currently impersonating the Village People, need him, he can live.
Which is a more glamorous career, shoe salesman or elf? Al and Grif are fired after two young protégées outshine the older shoe salesmen. But what happens when the youngsters get a glimpse of the future?
Do my eyes deceive me? Kelly & Bud have gotten Al something for Christmas?! Has the world gone mad?! No it's true, after spotting a jukebox that had fallen off a truck, the Bundy Children have decided to give it to their parents for the Holiday.
Al Bundy: Father, Shoe Salesman, Department Store Santa. For the last 20 years Al has been able to skirt getting Christmas presents. A system to keep Kelly, Bud, & the Redhead at bay. But this holiday season it seems they've figured him out.
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