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Ship Happens 

The Bundys ocean cruise takes a turn for the worse when their ship sinks and they are stranded on a life raft in the middle of the ocean with the D'Arcys, a fat woman, and comedian Gilbert ... See full summary »

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Kelly Bundy
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Teresa Parente ...
Miranda Veracruz de la Jolla Cardinal
Hannah Eckstein ...
Joy
Leilani Jones ...
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Kevin McBride ...
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Melissa Chan ...
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The Bundys ocean cruise takes a turn for the worse when their ship sinks and they are stranded on a life raft in the middle of the ocean with the D'Arcys, a fat woman, and comedian Gilbert Gottfried. Meanwhile, Kelly and Bud endure the media circus that comes to their house asking about their missing parents. Written by Anonymous

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26 February 1995 (USA)  »

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The name of the ship was "Sea Dodge". See more »

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When Al is told the ship is sinking, he looks out of a port hole to see the water covering the port holes. In that situation, the room they were in would have been full of water. See more »

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Al: [What he knows about the ocean] When you flush, it goes here. And I've seen all 3,000 episodes of Gilligan's Island.
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