Married with Children: Season 11, Episode 4

Requiem for a Chevyweight: Part 1 (10 Nov. 1996)

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Al's beloved Dodge is fading away. Through a frantic "emergency operation", Al manages to "stabilize" the Dodge's condition, but it still needs constant "life support". Al is unwilling to ... See full summary »

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Al's beloved Dodge is fading away. Through a frantic "emergency operation", Al manages to "stabilize" the Dodge's condition, but it still needs constant "life support". Al is unwilling to let the Dodge go because he has fond memories of his father and the car (cue flashbacks). Al calls for a car doctor, who sees that the Dodge needs a fuel pump "transplant". Since those fuel pumps are a rarity, the doctor suggests that the car be "harvested" for spare parts instead, which would sell for a high price. This, of course, is completely unacceptable to Al. While he fights to keep the Dodge "alive" and looks for a new fuel pump, Peg and the kids already start auctioning the spare parts... Written by Toni Tapola, Finland

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Cliff Bemis plays Al's dad even though he is two years younger than Ed O'Neill. See more »

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[a flashback to 1974 shows a three-year-old Kelly riding in the back seat of the Dodge with infant Bud in a childs seat with Al and Peggy in the front seats]
Young Kelly: Eww! Mommy, Daddy, Bud's touching himself!
Peggy Bundy: She's right, Al.
Al: Let him be, Kelly. That's just a phase he's going through. He'll grow out of it.
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Spoofs Requiem for a Heavyweight (1962) See more »

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