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Tooth or Consequences 

A toothache forces Al to see Marcy's dentist, a divorced man who devotes as much of his time to his work as he does to his young female dental assistant. At the same time, Al pressures ... See full summary »

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A toothache forces Al to see Marcy's dentist, a divorced man who devotes as much of his time to his work as he does to his young female dental assistant. At the same time, Al pressures Peggy to cook him just one square meal.

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1 October 1989 (USA)  »

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Steve: Al, you realize that tampering with your kids dental records is against the law.
Al: So is dressing up a chicken and calling it your wife.
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Love and Marriage
Music and lyrics by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen
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Poor Al at the Dentist!
30 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Al has never been to the dentist. When he complains of a toothache, everybody including neighbor Marcy insists that he goes to the dentist. He can't even enjoy a drink of beer. He goes to the dentist and takes a balloon and stuffed animal to comfort him. The dental assistant played by Traci Lords who is also the dentist's girlfriend asks for the stuffed animal back. Al refuses. When the dentist played by Joe Flaherty gets a look at his mouth, he is stunned to see a lot of things. The dentist reassures him that he can do all of it. In fact, he gets his dental assistant to videotape Al's mouth so they know it's human. It's a great episode.


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