Married with Children: Season 11, Episode 20

Damn Bundys (28 Apr. 1997)

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Al sells his soul to the Devil so he can play for the Bears. However, the Devil takes him to Hell the day of the Super Bowl with a fate worse than death planned: an eternity with the family and the D'Arcys.


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Episode complete credited cast:
John Welsh ...
Hunky Guy
Erik Kramer ...
Curtis Conway ...
Raymont Harris ...
Lucky ...


Al dreams of playing for the Chicago Bears and taking them to the Superbowl. When the Devil appears to him, Al sells his soul to have the chance to take the Bears to the Superbowl. In the process, Al wins league MVP, and becomes a national sensation. The Devil of course takes the definition of the contract literally and chaos ensues. Written by knifeintheye

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During the last play of the football game, Bud hits Goliath in the head with a stone from a sling. This is a reference to the biblical story of David and Goliath. Bud is played by actor David Faustino. See more »


Whenever Al's getting attacked and pinned on the floor by the Devil's Football team, you can clearly see a mattress on the floor several times. See more »


Al: Man what I would give to play for the Chicago Bears. I'd sell my soul to play for the Bears.
[knock on the front door and Al opens it]
Lucifer: Good afternoon. I'm here to fix your television.
Al: Nothing wrong with my television.
Lucifer: Oh...
[Lucifer snaps his fingers and the TV set explodes]
Al: Uh, you know my wife needs some fixing too.
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References Jerry Maguire (1996) See more »

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Al sells his soul!
10 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Al hits his head and says that he would sell his soul to the devil to get on the Chicago Bears football team. Well, Robert Englund who is best known for his role in the Nightmare on Elm Street films as Freddy Krueger guest stars as the Devil. At first, Al thinks he's one of Peg's relatives. Well, he has to convince Al that he's the devil and then get him to sell his soul. The devil had an easier time with other celebrities. Once he sells his soul, he gets to play football with the Chicago Bears and gets them to the Superbowl only to die. When hell is not hellish enough for him, the devil has to make it unbearable. Well, why not recreate his life on earth in hell.

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