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Marcy D'Arcy (credit only)
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Lacking attention, Buck decides to run away from home and the rest of the family doesn't discover that he's gone until a week later which is the time limit for dogs at the pound where Buck winds up. Al is then torn between going with the family to look for Buck and going to the nudie bar with Jefferson for a "Wrestle Till You Raw" night. Written by Anonymous

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28 November 1993 (USA)  »

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This was the first episode where the TV wall was shown! Always before, the studio audience and camera's POV came from that direction so that wall was never shown. See more »

Quotes

Al: A fat woman clip-clopped into the shoe store today and said, "I need something I'd be comfortable in." So, I said, "try Wyoming."
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References M*A*S*H (1972) See more »

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She Works Hard For the Money
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Music by Michael Omartian
Lyrics by Donna Summer
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A classic Buck episode
7 June 2016 | by See all my reviews

Buck was overdue for an episode dedicated to him. The series was ignoring him lately almost as much as his family is. In this episode, he has had enough and decides to run away from home. But he is captured as a stray dog and put in a cage, and the Bundys must find him within a week or he will be put away. That is, IF the Bundys even realize that he is missing! This episode contains some of the funniest moments in the history of the series (Al bringing back "Buck", the "Lassie" theme, "She wanted something she could be comfortable in. I told her, try Wyoming! Now, I don't know when they allowed women to carry chainsaws...."), but the most fascinating little tidbit may be the show's first camera shot of "the fourth wall" - the Bundys have a cozy little nest after all! *** out of 4.


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