Al is cut from the neighborhood softball team just before the big game. When his all-star replacement is knocked out in the last inning, however, his team and family have to come crawling back.

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Al is cut from the neighborhood softball team just before the big game. When his all-star replacement is knocked out in the last inning, however, his team and family have to come crawling back.

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14 October 1990 (USA)  »

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The softball game being played at the end scene is an actual game played by MWC's production crew. The woman walking backwards to the catcher's spot is Stacie Lipp (producer/writer) and the 3rd baseman is Ron Leavitt (co-creator/writer). See more »

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Al is on a softball team; in his closing speech he says he's done with baseball. See more »

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Marcy: Oh, it's too bad some men don't know how to give up their sports gracefully instead of lingering on like big babies.
Al: Yeah, doggone it. If we could only be comfortable with our age like you darn gals. You know, I mean, in the morning you go into the bathroom, a little blush, a little mascara and voila. You got an old woman scared of rain. Then you try and clean and jerk your breasts into a bra, ease some exercise pants over that front and back belly, go down to the market and flirt with the bag ...
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Spoofs Eight Men Out (1988) See more »

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Slightly Better Than Last Weeks
23 October 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

After a slight drop in quality in the last episode, things are again on the up again in this episode.

Plot In A Paragraph: Al has won MVP (Most Valued Player) two years running for the baseball team he plays for The New Market Mallers. With his family in tow he plays for the love of the game, but following a slump in form just before the big game, the team come to the other three Bundy's saying they want to drop Al, and bring in a ringer.

All the cast are great again and clearly having a lot if fun. O'Neil is again great as Al, as is the gorgeous Applegate as Kelly and David Faustino has some good moments as Bud. Peggy (Katy Segal) is a lot of fun here too.


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