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After a return to top form last episode it's another 10/10 episode for
Plot In A Paragraph: Whilst Kelly tries to get a modelling job, Peggy is feeling unappreciated and goes on strike.
After taking a back seat last week, this weeks episode focus's on Kelly, and the gorgeous Christina Applegate has never looked better. I think this is the hottest she has ever looked.... And that bounce helped get me through puberty.
David Faustino is also given more to do this episode (the most he's had to do all season) and it's great. Bud is at his funniest when he is trying to score with girls. The excellent Ed O'Neil and Katy Segal round the story out with Peggy going on Strike.
Tia Carerra looks good in her role as a rival to Kelly too.
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But maybe not enough. Because there is also the astonishing Debbe Dunning, the voluptuous Joanna Goode, and, not to be outdone, Kelly proves that she IS a natural born legs-crosser! This episode is packed with more eye-candy than perhaps any other before it. But that's not all there is to it. Al also has some hilarious moments, like when he suffers from "remote control withdrawal syndrome" after going for 10 seconds without television, or his hysterical laugh when he refuses to tell Peggy (who is on "strike") that he needs her. Another great line (from Al to Peggy): "If you did anything less in this house, it would be called "haunting"). Nice ending, too, with Kelly proving that sometimes she can be both fast and smart. *** out of 4.
Kelly is now in modeling school and she gets a shot at modeling for a car show but she has to pass the audition against Tia Carrerra who steals her bounce after getting closer to Bud who was supposed to keep Kelly's bounce a secret. Tina Louise who is better known for playing movie star Ginger on Gilligan's Island has a small role in this episode. When she gets screwed out by her competition, Kelly seeks revenge against her. She gets some helpful advice from Marcy. I don't recall what Al and Peggy were doing in this episode but they were there for the most part on their own. Maybe they were upstairs in the bedroom, Al and Peggy were not prominent in this episode like others. Sometimes, Kelly and Bud can fend for themselves as well and do a better job than most of their peers from that generation.
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