Married with Children: Season 7, Episode 2

T-R-A Something, Something Spells Tramp (20 Sep. 1992)

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Seven gets some. Bud gets some, never mind she has measles. Al and Peggy get some because it's quicker than talking. Only Kelly doesn't get some but that's by choice because the guy is a ... See full summary »

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Seven gets some. Bud gets some, never mind she has measles. Al and Peggy get some because it's quicker than talking. Only Kelly doesn't get some but that's by choice because the guy is a jerk. And then he disrespects Kelly so she disrespects his face with her fist. Written by David Foss

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Ralph: Come here.
Kelly: Don't you wanna talk first?
Ralph: No. If I wanted to talk, I'd be hanging out with the guys, and I wouldn't have to shave. Come here.
Kelly: Come here? If I wanted to listen to one-word sentences, I would have been out with the girls, then I woundn't have to shave.
Ralph: You know Kelly, I'm sure there's a lot more to you than meets the eye. Unfortunately, I don't really care about that part. So, why don't you put out or get out.
Kelly: Well, a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do.
Ralph: Exactly.
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Get Out or Put Out!
11 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I never really liked this episode with guest star, Corey Feldman, who played one of Kelly's dates. He plays Ralph, the jerk, who takes her out on a date but Kelly doesn't play her usual role. She actually becomes a lot more real in this episode. Ralph expects a tramp but Kelly doesn't become one. Instead, she demands respect from Ralph. While Kelly and Ralph are on their date, Bud is trying hard to find a girl that he could go out with even with some disease. Anyway, Liz Vassey and Lisa Rieffel play other girls who decided to get out instead of put out. It's nice to see Corey Feldman who was once a star in this episode. He does his usual gig in playing a jerk.


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