Al and Kelly feign illness to avoid going to Wanker County with Peg and Bud. Al looks forward to his quiet and peaceful weekend, until Kelly gets sick.

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Al and Kelly pretend to be sick so they can avoid going with Peggy and Bud to Peggy's mother's place. But Kelly ends up really getting sick and Al has to care for her for the entire week which interrupts Al's fantasies of being with two beautiful women. Written by Anonymous

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30 September 1990 (USA)  »

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Trivia

This is the first episode where Al sings along to his favorite TV show "Psycho Dad", which is about a Wild West frontier man and serial killer of women whom is raising his young son on how to kill women. See more »

Goofs

Kelly claims she hasn't worn pantyhose since she was seven, but she is wearing them in the opening credits. See more »

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Peggy Bundy: Are you going to miss me, honey?
Al Bundy: Well, I can't until you leave.
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Spoofs The Adventures of Robin Hood (1955) See more »

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One of the best episodes of Season Five
16 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

"Married...with Children" was known for a lot of things during its long run on the used-to-be-amazing Fox Network. Among them were crude sexual humor, snappy dialog, and beautiful women. This episode, the second in Season Five, contains plenty of all three. While it may seem tame today, some of moments in this episode (specifically Al's dream sequences) were considered much more racy for 1990. These moments are also among some of the funniest the fifth season had. The dialog is consistently hilarious with Al getting all the best lines. Episodes like this make it obvious how much Ed O'Neill enjoyed playing the character of Al Bundy. Perhaps the most memorable aspect of this episode is the appearance of Pamela Anderson back when she still was in her prime. Her scenes are quite funny and she does a great job in them. The episode is not perfect. A lot of the Kelly jokes don't work and I found the ending to be really predictable. Still, this episode is a laugh riot even after repeated viewings therefore it deserves recognition. 8/10


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