Married with Children: Season 11, Episode 9

Crimes Against Obesity (29 Dec. 1996)

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When Al goes too far with insulting the overweight women for the final time. The fat women, who he insulted over the years, puts him on trial for excessive crimes against obesity.



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Barbara (as Kelly Goodman)
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Today is Al's birthday and he goes over his cardinal rules with his family. His kids, Kelly and Bud are to leave him alone and Peg isn't allowed to have sex with him. This is followed by his kids putting up tinted sheets on his dodge. He goes to work with Jefferson after having a great breakfast at the Giggly Room. Griff presented him a lunch time at the Giggly Room. As they were about to leave a fat woman named Shirley walks in and demands her money back because her shoes fell apart after one day. Al insults her weight once again, calling her a giant seal. She leaves insulted and he heads off to the Giggly room. After Al returns, Shirley and the fat women, he insulted over the years they've patronize Gary's, put him on trial for excessive crimes against obesity, with his insults to their weight. Can he survive long enough against them to use his coupons to places he wants to go and use them? Or will Al be force to endure their punishment they plan for him? Written by Anonymous

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When Peg is telling Bud that she is going to go upstairs to take a bath (holding the birthday cake) a strand of Katey's real hair (which is considerably darker) is visible on the left side of her head. See more »


Matilda: [flashback] I don't understand it. I was a size six before aerobics class. All the jumping must've expanded my foot.
Al: And I see you must've fallen on your but a time or two.
Matilda: How dare you say that to my face?
Al: Well I'd say it behind your back, but my car's only got half a tank of gas.
[flashback ends and Shirley doesn't look impressed by Al's fat insults]
Shirley: What do you say to that, Bundy?
Al: Well I'd say I used heroic restraint much like the witness' girdle.
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