The Bundy's go out to a fancy restaurant to spend a great windfall, an inheritance check for $237 from a late uncle of Peggy's. But it becomes apparent that the fine dinning in public is ... See full summary »

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The Bundy's go out to a fancy restaurant to spend a great windfall, an inheritance check for $237 from a late uncle of Peggy's. But it becomes apparent that the fine dinning in public is not a part of the dysfunctional Bundy lifestyle, which makes matters worse when Al forgets to bring the check. Written by Anonymous

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19 February 1989 (USA)  »

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Al: [ordering dinner for everyone, in a high-class restaurant] Give us four steaks. Nuke 'em.
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Moon River
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By Johnny Mercer and Henry Mancini
Performed by Katey Sagal
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She's got his shoe!
28 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When the family inherits a windfall of $237.00 from a deceased relative, they don't know what to do with it. The kids want concert tickets. The Rhoades suggest an evening out at a fancy restaurant in Chicago with a house band and great food. The family makes fools of themselves looking and gawking at other people's meals. When the check for their meals for four steaks come, Al left the check at home. Bud and Kelly go home to collect the money to pay off the bill. All the while, Al and Peggy try to stall their payment. The end is probably the best part and I don't think it could have been more appropriate and funny in characterizing Al and Peggy.


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