Married with Children: Season 2, Episode 22

All in the Family (1 May 1988)

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Al's quiet three-day weekend plans to watch his favorite John Wayne movie "Hondo" are ruined when Peggy's eccentric relatives come to visit the Bundy household. They include her unseen, ... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
King Kong Bundy ...
Uncle Irwin
James 'Gypsy' Haake ...
Uncle Otto
Milly Del Rubio ...
Wanker Triplet (as The Del Rubio Triplets)
Elena Del Rubio ...
Wanker Triplet (as The Del Rubio Triplets)
Eadie Del Rubio ...
Wanker Triplet (as The Del Rubio Triplets)


Al's quiet three-day weekend plans to watch his favorite John Wayne movie "Hondo" are ruined when Peggy's eccentric relatives come to visit the Bundy household. They include her unseen, obese mother, two feuding uncles; the hulking Irwin and the effeminate Otto, as well as a singing and dancing triplet of aunts whose showbiz career is threatened by Al's bad advice to them. Al then interrupts and ruins a romantic evening between Steve and Marcy to confide with his problems. Written by Anonymous

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According to Michael G. Moye, the name Bundy came from (at the time) well-known World Wrestling Federation villain King Kong Bundy, who had challenged Hulk Hogan for the World Title at Wrestlemania II. He later made an appearance as one of Peg's hillbilly cousins. The name "Bundy" did not came from infamous serial killer Ted Bundy. King Kong Bundy also appears in a later episode as himself, wrestling Bud in a match on a televised wrestling show called "Wrestlepalooza". Bud ends up there because Al has asked him to get King Kong's autograph. Bud is trying to become a member of "NO MA'AM", so his task to gain membership is to get the autograph from King Kong Bundy. King Kong Bundy also appeared as Peg's Uncle Irwin. See more »


When Al is talking to Peggy about not wanting to get involved in one of her family's problems uncle Otto is standing behind him and he is clearly distracted by someone or something off camera as he keep looking away from the scene. See more »


Marcy Rhoades: Al, do you know what the difference between Steve's mom's head and a bowling ball is? A bowling ball doesn't have a beard!
Steve Rhoades: It's only one hair. One hair doesn't mean it's a beard.
Marcy Rhoades: It is if it's six inches long and shaped like the letter V!
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Another hilarious Al Bundy debacle.
13 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is hilarious. The laughter is nonstop as Al has to deal with his in-laws. Of course, Al lets everyone know how he feels which makes matters only worse. This episode is AITF at its best. Every character is funny. And what's more, they are lovable too. The two uncles, the triplets, Al, Peggy, Kelly and Bud are one and all wonderful. Once again Al wants what he thinks is his only to find out, again, that he is but a human doormat who is meant to play the fool. What makes it funnier is that Al knows that he's a patsy, yet there is nothing he can do about it. He is the victim of circumstances of his own doing. His being married and having children is reduced to a gag, with Al being the number one object of ridicule and laughter. For Al Bundy is a symbol of the human condition and his plight epitomizes the constant uphill struggle to obtain a measure of happiness in a world where things seemed to be stacked against us.

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