After the death of his longtime barber, Al lets his hair down rather than tolerate a visit to a stylist or a salon... staffed by women. When Al backs down and goes to a salon, he gets a ... See full summary »

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After the death of his longtime barber, Al lets his hair down rather than tolerate a visit to a stylist or a salon... staffed by women. When Al backs down and goes to a salon, he gets a really bad hairstyle that makes him look like a woman. Written by Anonymous

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12 February 1989 (USA)  »

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Al: Come on, guys! Lets go out and find a fire hydrant, stick our heads in the hole and wash the gay away! And move fast! After that, none of us care how long it takes and spare no expense, but we find ourselves a barber!
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At the end of the episode there is a dedication: "Dedicated to Buck the Dog who with this episode begins a well earned retirement and hopefully a nice gig at stud. We'll miss you, Buddy, lift a leg. - The Producers." See more »

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Al's beloved barber dies!
28 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Al refuses to go to a salon after his longtime barber dies. He and his friends suddenly find themselves in need of a haircut. So they comply with today's standards and go to a unisex salons with men that they wouldn't spend time with. When Al mentions about the Bears, a guy thinks he is talking about actual bears and not the Chicago Bears football team. Okay, Al and his friends would love to go out but their new hairstylists complain that it would make their hair frizz and it's bad for their hairstyles which are positively atrocious. Al is determined to find a barber while one of the men claims not to be comfortable with being a plumber. Al jokes "we're going dancing." He replies "I'm not dressed for dancing." Saturday Night Live original cast member Garrett Morris plays one of Al's friends.


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