In the infamous 'lost episode', Al and Peg learn they have been video taped getting intimate at a sleazy motel. The same thing has also happened to Steve and Marcy. They decide to take the matter to court.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Lora Zane ...
Ms. Weigel
Lillian Lehman ...
Ken Thorley ...
Jury Foreman


In an attempt to revive their sex life, Peggy (at Marcy's suggestion) takes Al to the Hop-On-In Motel. They discover a couple of familiar faces on the adult video channel: Steve and Marcy's. When Steve points out that Al and Peggy must have been video taped too, Al and Marcy want to break some legs, while Peggy and Steve decide to sue. In court, graphic details of the Bundys miserable sex life come out, which leave the jury so unimpressed that despite the verdict in their favor, they award the Bundys nothing... but they award the Rhoades $10,000. Written by Anonymous

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18 June 2002 (USA)  »

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The house that was the outside of the bundy's house is 641 castlewood lane deerfield Illinois. The inside of the house was on a stage. See more »


During Steve's opening statement in court, a montage and a lengthy series of shots showing the bored jury, stenographer, and judge is meant to suggest that he made an extremely lengthy statement. While the courtroom clock does eventually go forward several minutes in time at the end of the montage, it never changes in time at any point during the montage. See more »


References Perry Mason (1957) See more »


Perry Mason Theme
Music by Fred Steiner
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The Lost Episode!
28 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I do remember seeing this episode several times. The Bundys are encouraged to visit a local sleazy motel and discover their neighbors, Steve and Marcy Rhoades on videotape in their room in the act. They take delight informing them. Then they realize that they themselves have been videotaped as well. Steve insists that they sue for a million dollars. The scenes in the courtroom was priceless especially when Steve gives an opening statement that lasts for hours but it's silenced by the Perry Mason music. When they show the Rhoades tape, it last hours while the Bundys tape last only minutes. Marcy feels violated on the stand by the defending lawyer. Peggy tries to defend Al's actions and Al testifies as well.

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