Married with Children: Season 5, Episode 3

Sue Casa, His Casa (7 Oct. 1990)

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Bud's new driver's license portends bumper cars on the roadway. When bud t-bones a Mercedes, Al sees an opportunity to clean up in court. At least he has hope. Loosing his lawsuit hurt but ... See full summary »

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Bud's new driver's license portends bumper cars on the roadway. When bud t-bones a Mercedes, Al sees an opportunity to clean up in court. At least he has hope. Loosing his lawsuit hurt but what he goes through to payoff the settlement is truly painful. Written by David Foss

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During the courtroom scene, the paper in the court reporter's machine never moves, indicating that it is either turned off or a non-functioning prop. See more »

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Peggy Bundy: [after Al puts on the "Bon Jovi hair"] Gee, Al. You look like Tarzan... If he was old and gay.
Al: Well, Peg, if you were Jane, believe me, he would be!
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Not As Good As The Last Two, But Still Funny
23 October 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Following on from two great 10/10 episodes, there was always a chance that sooner or later an episode would fall short, and sadly this one is it. Whilst is by no means a bad episode, it just doesn't hit the heights of the previous two.

Plot In A Paragraph: When Bud and Kelly crash Al's Dodge in to a Mercedes. The Bundy's see the chance to clean up in court and decide to sue. However since they are the Bundy's, it doesn't exactly go to plan.

O'Neil is great as always as Al, Applegate looks gorgeous as Kelly, Faustino and Segal are both good too, while Amanda Bearse has a scene stealing melt down on the witness stand.

Not as good as the last two episodes, but still funny, entertaining TV.


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