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The Two That Got Away 

Al and Jefferson go away for the weekend to a fishing lake in upstate Wisconsin. But when they arrive at the fishing lodge, they are rudely told to leave when Shannon Tweed, a famous ... See full summary »

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Peggy Bundy
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Al and Jefferson go away for the weekend to a fishing lake in upstate Wisconsin. But when they arrive at the fishing lodge, they are rudely told to leave when Shannon Tweed, a famous B-movie actress and former Playboy Playmate has taken their reservation. But when they guys arrive home, they discover that Jefferson had inadvertently snapped a photo of Shannon seducing the lodge owner in a hot tub as the reason why they were kicked off the property. As payback, Al and Jefferson decide to throw a tabloids auction to see which magazine will get the photo. Meanwhile, Bud casts Lucky the Dog in a dog food commercial, but Lucky will only act unless Kelly performs the scene first. Written by matt-282

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Randolph the lodge owner portrayed by Joey Sagal is Katey Segal's brother. See more »

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Shannon Tweed: Being a famous actress, I guess I've gotten used to having my own way and , well, I might have forgotten that other people have feelings too. But without those people, I'm not a famous star, I'm just an average woman.
Al Bundy: With way above average hooters.
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On Top of Old Smoky
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