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I Want My Psycho Dad: Part 2 

Al and his friends from NO MA'AM who include Griff, Officer Dan, Ike and Bob Rooney travel to Washington D.C. where thanks to Jefferson's pull, being a former CIA agent, Al and the group ... See full summary »

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Bud Bundy
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Griff
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J. Patrick McCormack ...
Senator Furman
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Pam
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Al and his friends from NO MA'AM who include Griff, Officer Dan, Ike and Bob Rooney travel to Washington D.C. where thanks to Jefferson's pull, being a former CIA agent, Al and the group gets to address the U.S. Senate about Psycho Dad being put back on the air. Written by Anonymous

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18 December 1994 (USA)  »

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After Officer Dan mentions that Jefferson was named after a U.S. President, Ike tells Jefferson that he thought he was named after Sherman Hemsley, which appears to be the real truth according to Jefferson who didn't deny Ike's statement, but simply shrugged. However, Ted McGinley was born in 1958, nearly 17 years BEFORE the pilot episode of The Jeffersons. Therefore, his character Jefferson D'Arcy who is approximately the same age, could not possibly be named after Sherman Hemsley's character. See more »

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Jefferson: Don't you wanna call home and make sure Peg and the kids are okay?
Al: Relax, Jefferson, nothing is going to happen.
News Reporter: Late word today from Chicago where a simple house party has spread like a virus. It is described as a Woodstock without the music.
[the channel is changed]
Sexy Woman: Oh Santa, I've been very, very bad.
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References Blossom (1990) See more »

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