Married with Children: Season 6, Episode 12

So This Is How Sinatra Felt (1 Dec. 1991)

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Peggy sends Bud and Kelly to spy on Al at the shoe store for the day to confirm her suspicion that Al's recent giddiness is the work of an extramarital affair rather than Al's claim that ... See full summary »



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Peggy sends Bud and Kelly to spy on Al at the shoe store for the day to confirm her suspicion that Al's recent giddiness is the work of an extramarital affair rather than Al's claim that he's only been flirting with a "shoe groupie" at the shoe store. Written by Anonymous

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Al's groupie is played by series creator Ron Leavitt's girlfriend Jessica Hahn famous because of her involvement in the Jim Baker scandal. See more »


Leona: I want my money back. These shoes are as useless to me as a comb is to you. I've only worn them once, and they split at the sides.
Al: Let me explain this. It's just like an elevator. There's a two-ton weight limit. What say I just nail the soles to your feet? It'll give you more traction when you're pulling the ice wagon.
Leona: You'll be hearing from my attorney!
Al: Is that the law offices of Haagen and Daaz?
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Wath would you do If you were Al?
26 October 2006 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

First of all, I'm a giant fan o the series. Although t's not the most recent anymore, in my eyes it can still compete with series like Lost and Prison Break. OK, you need to love the humor otherwise it will probably just stink.

To top this all this episode (that I've seen recently again on DVD) is one of the best of all episodes I can remember. I haven't laugh this much since, well ever.

**START OF SPOILER** It must be hard to be Al. If coming home every day to Peg isn't hard enough, now he knows that he will never have an other woman because he actually loves her. I wouldn't doubt for long and just enjoy my life, or at east make sure that the hot girl comes over for another while before I continue my wicked life. Anyhow I felt sorry for Al, but even more sorry for the world because this girl doesn't show much on television :).

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