The Bundys spend a day at the beach.

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Marilyn Beamis
Candace Hutson ...
Tina (as Candy Hutson)
Brice Alan ...
Chris
Peter Steinfeld ...
Lifeguard (as Pete Steinfeld)
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Gary Mauro ...
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Tracy Burton ...
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Seeking a tad more family togetherness, Al declares, "Bundy Day at the Beach", in which he takes the family to a local beach on Lake Michigan where Bud and Kelly compete with each other to find some dates for themselves while an old flame, named Marilyn Beamis, finds Al. Written by Anonymous

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21 May 1989 (USA)  »

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Steve Rhoades: We didn't come here to throw our happiness in your face. Actually, we came here if you could do me a favor.
Al Bundy: What? Grab one of your wife's legs and make a wish.
[Marcy gets up and tries to strangle Al for his comment. Steve holds her back and gets her to sit down]
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The Beach Episode!
30 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When Steve and Marcy decide to go to the beach for the first nice day of spring or summer, they leave an envelope for the guy that Steve hit with his Mercedes. Steve cowards and pleads poverty by giving the guy, the Bundys' address. So when the guy comes by to collect insurance information, he is going to get a nasty note from the Bundys. Because in the envelope is a $100, so what do the Bundys do but take it and spend it and go to the beach. At the beach, Al meets an old girlfriend played by Morgan Brittany. Bud and Kelly each bet that they can get a date by the end of the beach day. All Al really wants is a family picture of him and the kids. It's a good episode.


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