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England Show II: Wastin' the Company's Money 

The Bundys delight in their comped trip to England, spending here, spending there. All the while, the town of Upper Uncton conspires to kill the Bundys outside Lower Uncton, so the curse will remain and Upper Uncton can still rake in profits as a tourist town: the town beside the town in darkness. Finally, Winston and Igor bring the Bundys to Lower Uncton. The execution was imminent. Al and Bud ... See full summary »

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After shopping in London a while longer and eating heartily, unaware of the several attempts on their lives by Trevor the Upper Uncton assassin, the Bundys arrive in Lower Uncton, minus Kelly who decides to stay behind in London because she likes the city. Meanwhile, Marcy and Jefferson continue their quest to find their lost luggage and money after following the Bundys to England. That night at a London disco club, Kelly receives a warning from Trevor who tells her that her family is in danger and she must somehow find her way to Lower Uncton before it's too late. Written by Anonymous

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At the End of this show Kelly asks several passers-by for the direction to "Upper Uncton". Anyhow, one of them clearly wants to do something else with her, so she punches him - the punch misses. See more »

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[the Bundys are eating a lavish room service breakfast at the Savoy]
Winston: Um, gentlefolk? When we said "all expenses paid," we didn't exactly mean a river suite at the Savoy.
Peggy Bundy: I'll have you know, sir, that we are accustomed to the finer things in life.
Kelly Bundy: Mom, what's this?
Peggy Bundy: It's a fork, honey.
Kelly Bundy: Oh, cool!
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The last day on earth with Daddy (the dad), Pumpkin, Grand Dragster D and the red curse (dvd)
21 December 2012 | by (PariS) – See all my reviews

Well, in this cold and gloomy winter happening in this crazy and oppressive world today, it's still great to get back home and have laugh at least!

So this show is a really gold nugget for that and i can't name another one so funny!

From the start of this 6th season, i see clearly one factor to this success. Having original characters isn't enough. Each year, you have to confront them to a new dynamic to avoid boredom (unfortunately, "simpsons" miss that for nearly 20 years!).

This season, the 3rd kid was a good addition. At first, I thought it was a joke from Peggy but it seemed for real but sadly, it ended in a strange but (respectful) way in (6.11), which is by the way an excellent parody of film noir and hard-boiled detective. This is also the last appearance of miss Lords in the show and as I have only seen her work there, I would say that she has talent!

Another new trend is bud's avatar, GrandMaster B, who is a funny parody of prince of Bel-air.

A thing that i have noticed is that son and father has a peculiar taste for shirts. For example, every time Al is on vacation, he dresses Hawaian and when he gets rich, he wears tuxedo.

As stinkers, i throw (6.6): it's a new show about Peggy's family and I understand Al's feelings about them! Another one is (6.14) because nothing happens here!

The best episodes are the Bundy's hammer curse (6.3), the cute paternal caring for the pumpkin (6.4) or for his son (6.16). Maybe Al is a failed husband and father, but i wish my father had talked like him sometimes! (6.20) follows this idea where, in spite of (or because of) Bud's dangerous affair with a teacher, the last five minutes are really non-stop laugh !Al's commercial (6.15) is an iconic moment because it's only a Bundy would achieve fame like this! The one about glasses (6.7) is so funny because it's unexpected to see a bad new turning into something good (or the opposite!). The return of Steve was good too but it was a bit sad to see him and Marcie getting hard on each other! So divorced people aren't happier than married ones!

My season pick is the England trip because the stories aren't just throw-away and it's really a production in London. It's really a good effort, nearly a Bundy Movie!

So now, 12/21/12, I hope it won't be the end of the world because I have got still 5 more seasons to see, without forgetting 5 of "X-Files", 3 of "Saving Grace",1 of "Shameless" and a last handful movies of Al and Penelope.


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