Victory seems assured when Steve agrees to join the Bundys for a family team bowling match against Peggy's arch rival from high school, Mimi, and her obnoxious family. But Bud reveals that ... See full summary »

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Victory seems assured when Steve agrees to join the Bundys for a family team bowling match against Peggy's arch rival from high school, Mimi, and her obnoxious family. But Bud reveals that he doesn't know how to bowl because he has squandered his bowling lesson money, prompting Steve to coach Bud on the pointers of bowling. Written by Anonymous

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Among other errors on the bowling score sheet, Al is shown with a 140 in the 7th frame. The scorecard shows he bowled a strike in the 8th and a spare in the 9th. In the 10th frame, with the game on the line, he bowls 2 strikes and a zero, which would give him a total score of 200. A few minutes later in the episode, Al says "I still bowled a 175!" See more »

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The Bowling Episode!
25 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Bundys have a bowling bet against the hated Stokes family. Mrs. Stokes is played by the wonderful Deborah Harmon in this episode. Her family has a well-endowed husband, two plain twin teen boys, and a butch female daughter. Peggy wants to beat Mrs. Stokes at something. For this bowl, the loser has to dress like a trophy and take pictures with everybody in the bowling alley. The Bundys think they have it when they get Steven Rhoades as a ringer extra Bundy. They have assumed that Bud has been taking bowling lessons. When he hasn't, Kelly has a chance at being the favorite child. When Bud confides in Kelly, she imagines the pain on her mother's face at her son's disappointment. Oh sibling rivalry can be fun.


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