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Kelly Doesn't Live Here Anymore 

Al decides that another Bundy must get a job and the ax falls on Kelly. This breaks Peggy's heart since no Wanker woman has ever worked before. After taking a job at a grease spoon diner, ... See full summary »

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Al decides that another Bundy must get a job and the ax falls on Kelly. This breaks Peggy's heart since no Wanker woman has ever worked before. After taking a job at a grease spoon diner, Kelly must experience the wonderful world of waitressing prior to her true calling as Kelly Bundy: Philosopher/Waitress. Written by Anonymous

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Wayne asks Jefferson if he was the one who took his photograph on a cruise awhile back. Ted McGinley, who plays the role of Jefferson, played the role of the ship's photographer in a few episodes of the television series ''The Love Boat''. See more »

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Wayne: Hey, didn't you take my picture once while I was on a pleasure cruise? I think Florence Henderson was on there too.
Jefferson D'Arcy: You think if I'm really that good-looking guy from "The Love Boat" you really think I'd be doing this? I'd be rich. Would you like another picture Captain... err... I mean Fonzie... err... I mean Al?
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Kelly's Fingers In The Food
11 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

At her dad's insistence and her mom's resistance, Kelly (gasps!) takes the big step of joining the work force by getting hired as a waitress at a greasy spoon diner. If ever the beautiful Kelly had the chance to shine with her dimwitted and disjointed ways, it was in this particular episode. A very hilarious one at that.

The diner itself was a clever enough setting for her clumsy intro into the work force. She spills food on the floor and all over herself, throws meals toward the customers and even spits a hot dog to one with her mouth. There clearly were no hygienic standards to follow in a place like that, but if there was, Kelly clearly didn't know about it. Then again, the gruff talking cook found mice in the deep fryer to be a very delicious addition to the fries.

Kelly eventually gets adjusted to the working life and even puts her hair up in a beehive like her mother and, for some mysterious reason, wears a 'Bertha" name tag on her uniform. She also reaches into her inner self and, after learning the difference between talking and thinking, finds that her new position could make a big difference after all. As to what that "outlook" is, it's pretty funny and is also in true Kelly-Bundy-Style.

As unappetizing as that diner was, it was the perfect setting for Kelly's comedic idiocy. If Christina Applegate had been given the choice back then to have left the aprons of the mother show (Married with Children) and star in her own spin off series, this dead fly diner would've been the ideal setting for it.

Kelly Bundy...the most entertaining and hilarious waitress to ever grace the TV screen. This is indeed one of my most favourite Married with Children episodes.


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