Al is thrilled when his childhood friend asks for his help in dealing with a young thug and his gang who have been harassing her at the inner city convenience store where she now works. But... See full summary »

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Ray Ray (as Matt Borlenghi)
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Mary Ellen Litchfield
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Jackie
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Bum
Skye Bassett ...
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Al is thrilled when his childhood friend asks for his help in dealing with a young thug and his gang who have been harassing her at the inner city convenience store where she now works. But how does Al explain it to Peggy? Simply put: Al checks himself and Peggy into a local hotel near the rough neighborhood and sneaks out to confront the thug Ray-Ray and his gang, only to get beaten up by the youths again and again.

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12 September 1993 (USA)  »

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Nicholas Brandon, who plays one of Ray Ray's crew, starred in Buffy the Vampire Slayer with David Boreanaz, who also appeared in Married With Children in season 7 episode 21, Movie Show, as one of Kelly Bundy's boyfriends. See more »

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[Al is surrounded by Ray-Ray and his gang]
Al: [voiceover] Well, this certainly sucks! Wait, this is no time to panic. You were once king of the streets. Just say what a king would say. A true king.
Al: [speaking out loud] C-can't we all get along?
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Beat It
Written and Performed by Michael Jackson
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C-can't we all just get along?
26 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

Al returns to his old neighborhood to help a store owner, a woman he always had a crush on during high school, face some young street punks who are harassing her. But to hide all this from Peggy, he is forced (it is Jefferson's idea) to stay with her at a local hotel for a "second honeymoon". The "sex montages" alone are enough to make this episode a classic, but there are plenty of other funny lines as well (Peggy: "How come you never take me to the beach?" Al: "What for? You'd just find your way back!", Al: "Kud, Belly, what are the four of you doing here?", Al: "No sex. Two kids. Three dollars. Not on me."), and a speech full of vintage Al Bundy wisdom. *** out of 4.


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