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When Peggy gets amnesia, Al turns her into the perfect wife, which makes everyone happy, except Marcy.
The episode was rated 8.03 from 113 votes.
Marcy's dead aunt's ashes end up in the Labor Day hamburgers.
The episode was rated 7.99 from 267 votes.
On their way to Wanker County, the Bundys stop at the car wash, where their Dodge disappears.
The episode was rated 7.96 from 120 votes.
Bud juggles two women at once, one being Miss McGowen, his English teacher. Meanwhile, the family ignores Peggy when she is sick and Al gets free pizza by attending children's birthday parties at Chuck E. Cheese.
The episode was rated 7.93 from 145 votes.
Al becomes the neighborhood godfather when Kelly starts dating a 41-year-old man with the right connections.
The episode was rated 7.91 from 182 votes.
Al's friends get addicted to calling a woman named Butter at a 1-900 phone sex line, but Al finds out that the woman is Peg's mother.
The episode was rated 7.91 from 101 votes.
Kelly reveals a bit too much about her family when she auditions for a part in a sitcom, and the producers base the new sitcom on the Bundy household.
The episode was rated 7.91 from 129 votes.
Al will get a new Viper for his Dodge if he lets people film a video of the Dodge crossing the 1 million mile mark. Meanwhile, Kelly tries to find Waldo.
The episode was rated 7.90 from 131 votes.
The Bundys and D'Arcys go on a Caribbean cruise.
The episode was rated 7.90 from 109 votes.
Al goes crazy trying to remember the name of a song he heard on the radio.
The episode was rated 7.89 from 164 votes.
When the Bundys start having good luck, Al remembers the Bundy Curse and realizes he is doomed.
The episode was rated 7.88 from 169 votes.
Steve Rhoades returns to reclaim his wife, but is shocked to find out that Marcy remarried. The Bundys argue whether friendship is more important than money when they find out that Steve is on the run from the police for stealing a rare egg from a national park.
The episode was rated 7.88 from 149 votes.
Al's Dodge starts sputtering so he sends the rest of the family to find a fuel pump for it while he recalls the good old days in his Dodge.
The episode was rated 7.88 from 124 votes.
During Spring Break, Kelly and friends seduce Bud and friends' airline tickets and hotel reservations at Fort Lauderdale. Al, Jefferson, and Griff go to Fort Lauderdale to judge a bikini contest. When Marcy sees Jefferson and Al on a Spring Break TV special, she heads out to Fort Lauderdale with Bud and friends.
The episode was rated 7.87 from 95 votes.
Al buries the Dodge and leases a new sports car. Meanwhile, Peggy digs up the Dodge so she can sell the engine.
The episode was rated 7.87 from 122 votes.
Last updated: feb 02, 2023
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