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Girls Just Wanna Have Fun: Part 2 

Marcy loses her composure and her wedding ring when it slips into a dancer's briefs when she slips him a tip. Desperate to keep the news from Steve, Marcy sets out distracting him every ... See full summary »

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Kelly Bundy
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Bud Bundy
LaRue Stanley ...
Fanny
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Louise
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Sheila
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Wanda
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Doug Donatelli ...
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Christopher Whalley ...
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Skippy (as Mike Christian)
Steve Guri ...
Mervyn
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Marcy loses her composure and her wedding ring when it slips into a dancer's briefs when she slips him a tip. Desperate to keep the news from Steve, Marcy sets out distracting him every chance she gets. However, Zorro the Stripper suddenly shows up at Al's house and returns Marcy's wedding ring to him, who gives it to Steve and tells him about where Marcy was the other night. Written by Anonymous

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18 October 1987 (USA)  »

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Marcy Rhodes: Steve is going to go crazy. My wedding ring is gone forever.
Peggy Bundy: Oh Marcy, calm down. Men don't notice things like that.
Marcy Rhodes: Not Steven, he notices everything. Do you know what we do in bed sometimes?
Peggy Bundy: Yeah, Bud tells us.
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Love and Marriage
Music and lyrics by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen
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The American Family
3 December 2009 | by See all my reviews

The script in this episode was great. This is one of the best episodes. Al, Peggy, Marcy and Steve are in top form as the lines are flying all over the place causing nonstop laughter as the institution of marriage gets the once over. When one compares this show with let's say, Leave It With Beaver or Father Knows Best, one can appreciate how television had evolved, and in a positive way, starting with All In The Family. The character Al Bundy has to rank with Ralph Kramden, Archie Bunker and Chester A. Riley as one of the truly iconic characters in the pantheon of TV buffoons. Great script, wonderful acting, original story, contemporary themes, all presented in good fun. Welcome to the American Family.


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