Married with Children: Season 8, Episode 9

No Ma'am (14 Nov. 1993)

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When Al and his friends gets fed up with the women taking over their Giggly Room and their bowling night, thanks to both Jerry Springer and Marcy D'Arcy. They form a secret organization ... See full summary »

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When Al and his friends gets fed up with the women taking over their Giggly Room and their bowling night, thanks to both Jerry Springer and Marcy D'Arcy. They form a secret organization called No MA'AM and hold him hostage in his own show in an audience filled with men donning the No MA'AM shirts. They intend to perform television's first sexorcism which includes them forcing him in watching hours of pro-wrestling. They'll also force him to wear a stinky, yellow undershirt and a pair of boxers with the words "It's All Me" until the women who took over their Giggly Room and their bowling night comply to their demands. Written by Anonymous

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This is the first of 14 appearances of Al's "National Organization of Men Against Amazonian Masterhood" organization. See more »

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Al supports his claim that 1952 was a great year for America by mentioning that "Ike was in the White House". While Dwight D. Eisenhower was elected President of the United States in November of 1952, he did not actually take office until January 20, 1953. See more »

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Al: Every day for the past 30 years you high-heeled pitbulls blamed us for everything. From not being able to go to Harvard to not being able to get into strech pants.
[the men agree]
Bob Rooney: We've been called pigs.
Pete: We've been called scum.
Jefferson: We've even been called Ply wood bottoms.
[the men look at him wierd]
Jefferson: Or at least I have.
Al: But we're sick and tired of it. Now we have list of demands and if these demands are not met, we're going to take this masculine feminist and perform television's first sexorcism.
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The beginning of the end
31 December 2008 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

While some have rightly pointed out the sight change of tone the show took on in its fifth season, when it became slightly darker, this episode marks the true departure of any halfway worthwhile ideas. The arrival of mediocrity is signaled by no more appropriate a harbinger than 1990s bottom-feeder Jerry Springer. As for the episode's content itself, this was the first of many an uninspired, insipid and, most criminally, utterly irrelevant series of subjects centered around the imaginary concept of "female freedom" (freedom from what, you ask? you may as well ask a five-year-old what he means when he demands independence; both are silly and self-defeating, notions).

In plain words, the show pretty much degenerated into celluloid manure after this.


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