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Do Ya Think I'm Sexy 

When Al moves a sofa off a neighbor's lawn without a shirt on, he unexpectedly gains a reputation as a "stud" among the neighborhood women. Uplifted, he starts taking showers and wearing ... See full summary »

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When Al moves a sofa off a neighbor's lawn without a shirt on, he unexpectedly gains a reputation as a "stud" among the neighborhood women. Uplifted, he starts taking showers and wearing elegant clothes, and his performance at work improves dramatically, as does his popularity with the ladies. Needless to say, Peggy is both jealous and unsettled - her husband is acting very unlike-Al. Written by crouchbk

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Al: What did they say about me?
Kelly Bundy: Well, they said you had the arms of a blacksmith and the legs of a god.
Al: Did they say anything about my butt?
[Kelly turns away in revulsion]
Al: I was bending over an awful lot out there. Did anyone notice? Did they? Did they?
Kelly Bundy: They liked it, Daddy.
Al: YES!
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Al The Sex Symbol
24 October 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Another superb episode of "Married With Children" and once again it's all thanks to Ed O'Neil's performance as Al Bundy.

Plot In A Paragraph: When Al moves a sofa off a neighbours' lawn, he unexpectedly gains a reputation as a "stud" among the neighbourhood women. With his ego boosted, he starts showering, dressing better and his performance at work improves dramatically, as does his popularity with all the ladies. Peggy is both jealous and unsettled by this new Al.

It's not all down to O'Neil, the rest of the cast do what is required of them well too.

Season 2 had one or two very good episodes, about half of Season 3's 22 episodes were excellent and Season 4 had even more brilliant episodes especially towards the end. But Season 5 very well could be the best season ever of "Married With Children".


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