Al is loath to have Buck the dog neutered despite being threatened with lawsuits from numerous neighbors regarding Buck's "nocturnal carnal activities" resulting in "stupid, ugly puppies" ... See full summary »

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Al is loath to have Buck the dog neutered despite being threatened with lawsuits from numerous neighbors regarding Buck's "nocturnal carnal activities" resulting in "stupid, ugly puppies" from their dogs. Reacting to pressure from Peggy and a bizarre dream he has involving Buck becoming upright and articulate, Al makes a decision. Written by Anonymous

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After one of the bad guys in Al's living room pulls the cord to start his chain saw, we hear the sound of a chain saw but it is clearly not running. See more »

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Al Bundy: Come on, Buck. You can't mope around feeling sorry for yourself. Hey, how about I take you for a walk? I heard they painted the fire hydrant at the end of the corner.
Buck: Nah. A lot of the "male" dogs hang out there.
Al Bundy: All right, let's clear the air here. This was for your own good.
Buck: [sarcastic] Oh, thank you master. You know my head is a great source of pleasure for me too. How about cutting it off?
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Buck Gets Neutered!
18 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After knocking up half the neighborhood dogs, the Bundys' pet, Buck, has fathered countless stupid, ugly puppies. The neighbors are up in arms and want him fixed but Al is resistant. Nobody but him cares about Buck being a male dog. We hear about how Marcy is going to fix Steve up after they have their two children. In this episode, Al daydreams about Buck after he's fixed and angry at him for doing so. For Al to fix Buck would be emasculating him. It's a good, funny episode. When a trendy neighbor with his prize winning poodle stops by, Al makes a wisecrack as the neighbor says "by the way, keep your daughter away from my son." Al jokes "She was just lending him a dress." The episode does the unexpected. While everybody else agrees Buck should be fixed even Bud because it's his dog, Al has his own opinions.


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