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Poppy's by the Tree: Part 2 

After a hair-raising encounter with the maniac, Al decides to get the family out of town. But they realize that they are trapped at the motel by a storm and the locals are unwilling to help... See full summary »

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Peggy Bundy
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Steve Rhoades
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Marcy Rhoades
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Kelly Bundy
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Bud Bundy
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Delbert
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After a hair-raising encounter with the maniac, Al decides to get the family out of town. But they realize that they are trapped at the motel by a storm and the locals are unwilling to help them. Then things take a turn when Peggy is taken hostage by the ax murderer in a room and Al must rescue her. Written by Anonymous

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27 September 1987 (USA)  »

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Al: Oh, only my loving family. Now I'm wondering why I'm running *from* the axe.
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Music and lyrics by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen
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The Man who Met Andy Griffith!
18 May 2009 | by See all my reviews

The killer's identity has been a well-kept secret in Dumpwater since most of the locals don't know who it is. There are two things that Dumpwater has a serial killer that goes loose and kills every five years and the man who met Andy Griffith. The locals have a pool on when they find the Bundys' bodies but they outsmart the killer for a change. When the Bundys are getting to read to head out of town, the killer gets Peggy. She offers some wholesome advice and sympathizes with the killer with classic lines like "I know what's it like to be alone. I have a husband and two kids but I don't going around killing people." Of course, Peggy suggests that she would do household chores in order to appease the killer. Anyway, the episode has some classic lines.


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