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An invitation to join the high intelligence Alpha club, is issued to Kelly and not Bud. When they discover the real reason behind the gathering, Kelly and Bud decide to handle things with the usual Bundy charm (and violence). Meanwhile, Al buys a new "Handyman's Workbench 5000" that has some assembly required. This challenge requires the combined skills of Al and Jefferson while Peggy and Marcy watch and enjoy the show by taking pictures and counting the number of times the men injure themselves. Written by Anonymous

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The workbench that Kelly completes has three boards that form its work surface. However, when Al emptied the contents of the box at the beginning of the show, there was only one board. See more »

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Kelly Bundy: I feel I make the statement that brains and decent knockers can go hand in hand to march us proudly into the 19th century.
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Pig party for the Dumb!
11 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When Kelly is asked to join the brain geniuses at college, Bud is suspicious because even he was turned down. Well, it turns out that it's a pig party for stupid people like Kelly. Past recipients were Vice President Dan Quayle and the guests include a network executive and Los Angeles Public School teacher at the party. Kelly's brainlessness is ridiculed here but a Bundy always gets revenge back at those who humiliated them. Bud sneaks into the party and pretends to be Doogie Howser (Neil Patrick Harris' young doctor on his show). In this episode, the laughs are cheap and the jokes are pretty typical for the show. I forgot what the Bundys and D'Arcys were up too in this episode.


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