When a perspiration stain on one of Al's shirts resembles a silhouette of The King of Rock & Roll, the Bundy household becomes a hot spot for Elvis Presley fanatics to visit.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nancy Skelton ...
Michelle Milantoni ...
Rawley Valverde ...
Ron Stein ...
Elvis outside shoe store
Tifni Twitchell ...
Mrs. Webstock
Ken Minyard ...
Robert Arthur ...
Lew (as Bob Arthur)
Paul L. Casey ...


A suspicious Al and Marcy question Peggy's claims that she saw Elvis Presley at the mall outside the shoe store, until Marcy notices that one of Al's shirts has a sweat stain in the shape of the king's face. When Marcy brings the news to her Elvis fan club, the Bundy house is soon overrun by Elvis fans and impersonators, driving Al to stay at the shoe store. Written by Anonymous

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20 November 1988 (USA)  »

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The title is a reference to the line "I'm going to Graceland" from Paul Simon's song "Graceland." See more »


Peggy Bundy: Al, I just saw Elvis!
Al Bundy: Elvis who?
Peggy Bundy: Elvis Presley! The King! The Pelvis! He just walked by here asking me where the mall pharmacy was, and I pointed it out to him. He's been spotted all over the country and I think I just saw him.
Al Bundy: Peg, let me explain three things to you. Number one: Elvis is dead. Number two: Elvis was never good when he was alive. And number three: if Elvis was alive, he'd want you to clean my shirts!
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Al Sweats Elvis!
28 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When Peggy thinks that Elvis Presley is still alive and bumped into her at the shoe store at the mall, she feels touched. After all, people still think Elvis Presley is alive and faked his own death. Things get more complicated when one of Al's shirts sweats what appears to be a vision of Elvis Presley. Soon the Bundy home is turned into Chicago's Graceland with visitors and tourists being robbed by the Bundys and Peggy telling over-exaggerated stories about her meeting with Elvis which was only a brush. Then Elvis impersonators come by, finally Al decides to get in on the deal with blue suede shoes. It's a funny episode still and I enjoy watching it.

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