Marcy organizes a "Toys for guns" campaign to get kids something else to play with than toy guns. Kelly has a post-graduation five-year re-union and is shocked to learn that the nerd she ... See full summary »

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Marcy organizes a "Toys for guns" campaign to get kids something else to play with than toy guns. Kelly has a post-graduation five-year re-union and is shocked to learn that the nerd she once stood up has grown into a handsome and rich man... Written by Toni Tapola, Finland

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Mindy: Look at all these losers!
Fawn: And to think that I slept with every guy in this room. What was I thinking that night?
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One of the funniest later episodes
17 August 2016 | by See all my reviews

It's true that seasons 9 and 10 of "Married With Children" have their ups and downs (they are never less than entertaining, but sometimes less than inspired), but "Blonde And Blonder" is one of the funniest and most successful episodes from this period of the show (partly because "No Ma'am" are nowhere to be seen). The highlight is probably Kelly's chemistry with her equally addle-brained (and equally hot! - there is some prime eye candy in this episode) friends; for example, they write letters to each other, but they don't send them, they wait to give them to each other when they meet in person! But there is also a playfulness, a childishness, a lack of cynicism in this episode in the Al-Peggy-Marcy-Jefferson scenes; when they start shooting each other with toy guns, they genuinely seem to be enjoying themselves. Have I forgotten Bud? Well, he gets his triumph, too. *** out of 4.


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