TV Schedule. Sign In. S3, Ep1. Error: please try again. Al discovers a library book that was due in He must return it to the library and face up to his worst childhood fear: the librarian.
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TV Schedule. Sign In. S3, Ep1. Error: please try again. Al discovers a library book that was due in He must return it to the library and face up to his worst childhood fear: the librarian. S3, Ep2. S3, Ep3. A young football player, named Matt, from Polk High where Kelly and Bud go to school is threatening two Bundy records.
One held by Al for the most touchdowns in one season, and the other by Kelly for refusing her advances. So, Kelly resorts to becoming a cheerleader for Polk High's team in order to catch Matt's attention during a big season ending game. S3, Ep4. The men leave for a bit to go out fishing, and return to all three women menstruating and hostile. When a bear attacks the car, Al hilariously attempts to stop him.
S3, Ep5. Al decides to build a spare bathroom when the upstairs toilet floods one too many times. S3, Ep6. Al must go to a far-off lingerie outlet store to buy a discontinued brassiere for Peggy. S3, Ep7. Desperate Al and Steve put their heads together seeking solutions to impending baldness when Steve begins to notice his receding hairline, whereas Al doesn't care at all. After unsuccessfully trying some hair tonic for themselves, Steve tries joining a club for bald men called Bald American Dudes B.
S3, Ep8. After a birthday party fortune teller predicts luck for everyone else but doom for Marcy, she insists the Bundys fly with her on her business trip where she confronts her rude boss. S3, Ep9. After the death of his longtime barber, Al lets his hair down rather than tolerate a visit to a stylist or a salon When Al backs down and goes to a salon, he gets a really bad hairstyle that makes him look like a woman.
S3, Ep In the infamous 'lost episode', Al and Peg learn they have been video taped getting intimate at a sleazy motel. The same thing has also happened to Steve and Marcy. They decide to take the matter to court. But it becomes apparent that the fine dinning in public is not a part of the dysfunctional Bundy lifestyle, which makes matters worse when Al forgets to bring the check.
Kelly invites Peggy to her school as part of a presentation for career day. After Kelly gets in trouble at school, the only way she can get out of punishment if she joins the school's tap-dance club.
Al finally convinces Peggy to contribute to the household income but feels emasculated when Peggy starts bringing home huge "commish" checks from her cosmetics sales job, earning more money than Al, himself. Even Al's new part-time job as a crew member at Burger Trek can't put him back in the lead as family breadwinner. Things go from bad to worse when Al finds the book containing the names of Peggy's customers. While driving Peggy back from the video store, Steve gets cut off in traffic and Peggy gives the driver "the finger.
When there's a knock on the front door, Al convinces Steve to take the first punch After asking the Bundys to watch their house for the day, Marcy and Steve return to find a big hole where their house once stood.
It seems that Peggy had earlier that day mistakenly told a wrecking crew looking to demolish Steve's Road House and she directed them to Steve 'Rhoades' house instead. So the Rhoades are forced to spend the night at the Bundy house. Meanwhile, Kelly throws a slumber party for four of her girlfriends, but Bud ends up disrupting it and turns it into a "cat-fight" riot. But she may be outdone by her old rival, Connie Bender. Also, Connie's husband, Jack, an old rival of Al's, eyes a possible fistfight they never had in school.
Peggy stands to lose the crown to Connie, until Al finally decides to stand up to Connie's husband Jack. Meanwhile, Bud and Kelly crash the party to pig out on some real food since they are never fed at home, where Peggy takes advantage of the fight between Al and Jack outside to get the kids help in rigging the election.
After his two best friends find dates for themselves, Bud is desperately seeking Susan, or any girl that will date him. So, Bud resorts to getting a life-sized mannequin to pose as his date for the evening. Meanwhile, Al comes up with a million dollar invention for a shoe salesmen's convention called "Shoe Lights", but they're pretty pathetic - he just takes the headlights and battery out of the car and straps them onto Kelly's shoes.
The Bundys buy a computer, which serves no purpose other than a hat rack. But what nobody knows is that the computer can talk. But only to Al. When a serial peeper is on the loose, Al makes the ultimate sacrifice to alleviate Peggy's despair about being the only one not fall victim. Bud must tutor Kelly so she can pass to the next grade, unfortunately in order to make room, new information pushes out old basic knowledge.
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Married... with Children
Al cannot afford to buy an air conditioner for the hot summer. After an attempt to install an old experimental model, which results in a neighborhood blackout Al moves his family into the local But typically, Al's get-rich-quick scheme backfires when nobody phones in. When Marcy gives Al a On Labor Day, the gender roles are reversed when Al becomes the loafing one while he forces Peggy to prepare the backyard barbecue for his creation of the famous "Bundy Burgers. Watch the video. Title: Married
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Moye and Ron Leavitt. Originally broadcast from April 5, to June 9, , it is the longest-lasting live-action sitcom on Fox and the first to be broadcast in the network's primetime slot. It also aired on FX on June 18, , five years after the series' conclusion. The show follows the suburban Chicago lives of Al Bundy , a once-glorious high school football player turned hard-luck women's shoe salesman; his lazy wife, Peggy ; their attractive, dumb and popular daughter, Kelly ; and their smart, horny and unpopular son, Bud. Their neighbors are the upwardly mobile Steve Rhoades and his wife Marcy , who later gets remarried to Jefferson D'Arcy , a white-collar criminal who becomes her "trophy husband" and Al's sidekick. Most storylines involve Al's schemes being foiled by his own cartoonish dim wit and bad luck.