Al and his mens group NO MA'AM decide to form their own church in order to avoid paying beer tax. When Marcy and her women's group FANG expose Al's plan to the public, NO MA'AM surprisingly... See full summary »

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Al and his mens group NO MA'AM decide to form their own church in order to avoid paying beer tax. When Marcy and her women's group FANG expose Al's plan to the public, NO MA'AM surprisingly receives sympathy and donations from thousands of long-suffering married men in America which makes it possible for them to open their church. Al becomes a televangelist and preaches the NO MA'AM way of life. Written by Anonymous

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8 October 1995 (USA)  »

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Sticky: Hey hey, we could buy real beer.
Griff: And maybe some ale.
Bob Rooney: Ale sucks.
Griff: Suck this.
[They fight]
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