Al wants to beat the rival shoe shop owner, Babcock, in something and puts his faith in Bud who's in the same entrepreneurial studies class in Trumaine than Little Floyd, Babcock's son. ... See full summary »

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Floyd Babcock
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Crystal Clark
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Al wants to beat the rival shoe shop owner, Babcock, in something and puts his faith in Bud who's in the same entrepreneurial studies class in Trumaine than Little Floyd, Babcock's son. They both have to come up with a product and a his marketing campaign for it. Al sees that he will have his revenge if Bud's project gets a higher grade than Little Floyd's project. Kelly brings home a boy calendar and Bud gets an idea: he'll make a Girls of Trumaine calendar. Unfortunately, he does not know the personal secret of the stunning cover girl, Crystal Clark. Meanwhile, Peg is on the road, searching for her dad in order to save her parents' marriage. Written by Toni Tapola, Finland

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4 February 1996 (USA)  »

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Because of Katey Sagal's pregnancy, Peggy's character leaves Al to search for her runaway father from this point until the end of the season. See more »

Quotes

Bud: Parents love their children no matter what they do.
Al: Damn you, Kelly. You ate my last Hershey's Kiss. You're in the will.
Kelly: NO, DAD. NO.
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The closing credits feature Bud kneeling on the floor frozen among the many boxes of calendars and starring at a blank TV screen after Crystal's surprise revelation. See more »

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References Star Trek (1966) See more »

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Calendar Girl
Written by Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield
Performed by Neil Sedaka
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