Marcy wants the Bundys to stay indoors because her "identical" cousin Mandy is coming for a visit and Marcy doesn't want her to be repulsed by them. Mandy's flight, however, is early and ... See full summary »

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Marcy wants the Bundys to stay indoors because her "identical" cousin Mandy is coming for a visit and Marcy doesn't want her to be repulsed by them. Mandy's flight, however, is early and she takes a cab. Since the D'Arcys are at the airport waiting for her, she comes to the Bundys. This leads to Mandy spending the day out with Al and Jefferson. Suddenly Peg and Marcy find themselves jealous. Written by Toni Tapola, Finland

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Elaine Hendrix was David Faustino's real-life girlfriend at the time. See more »

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Mandy curls up and goes to sleep on the Bundy's couch. When she awakens, she now has a pillow and blanket. See more »

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Al Bundy: How did a thing like this happen to you? Were you stood up to the prom? Go to prison? I know, it was summer camp, wasn't it? You sprained a muscle skinny-dipping and the beautiful blond counselor, let's call her Betty, carried you back to her cabin and gave you a massage, and before you knew it, you were a love slave in an all-girls sex cult.
Mandy: Yeah, that's what happened. You saw that in a video, didn't you, Al?
Al Bundy: Yeah, my favorite!
Mandy: Mine, too! So you don't have a problem with two women being ...
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References The Patty Duke Show (1963) See more »

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Puppy Love
Written by Paul Anka
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Basically Bearse's coming out
5 May 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A lot of younger fans might not realize it, but this episode was very controversial when it aired, as were many MWC episodes. At a time when it was taboo to talk about sex, especially homosexuality, on television. And though she had already come out, remember that for many fans, at a time when the internet barely existed and 90% of Americans couldn't afford a PC anyway, this was the first confirmation of Bearse's sexuality, as she basically played a stereotyped version of herself as the gay "cousin." It was a very brave thing for her to do, and helped people realize that it is OK and normal to be gay. Just my two cents!


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