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Episode complete credited cast:
Marcy D'Arcy (credit only)
The Burglar
Dan Tullis Jr. ...
Edwin Owens ...
The Judge
The Anchorwoman
Laurie Diamond, Attorney


After Al knocks out and captures a burglar that breaks into his house one night while he's sleeping on the couch after an argument with Peggy, he becomes a neighborhood hero. But the tables soon turn when the burglar sues Al for injuring him and the Bundys must go to court once again. Written by Anonymous

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28 March 1993 (USA)  »

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Al's date of birth is 11/7/1948 and his license is revoked. This is shown in a drivers license image broadcast in a news segment on how he caught a burglar. See more »


Al: Yes, yes, yes, I am an American hero. And in the grand tradition of American heroes, I will hawk more products than Bill Cosby... when he was hot.
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Crazy Credits

Over the closing credits, Kelly is shown sitting alone in the dark empty courtroom days after hearing the word "order" from the judge and asks "where's my damn cheeseburger?" See more »


References Lady and the Tramp (1955) See more »

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Always hilarious "as if Daddy as died" (dvd)
2 February 2013 | by (PariS) – See all my reviews

Well, this 7th season follows where 6th has been interrupted as the family has indeed a new kid. Maybe that's explains why the fun is less eccentric and more literal in dialogs. Yet, it allows all the cast to behave like real parents or siblings (more or less) and it's the opportunity to have a bedtime story and the return of Rubio the cruel (7.18). A new trend develops also this year by depicting Jefferson as an effeminate guy. Maybe to explain why he fell in love with a cabin boy girl! At least, the food feud has disappeared and makes place for an intimacy feud: 7.4, 7.5, 7.16, the climax being (7.22) with a session that explodes Peggy's hair!

Actually, it's the kids who provides for crazy episodes, as Kelly when she had to work as a waitress (7.8) or Bud getting an college grant ludicrously spent by his parents (7.11). The show is also beginning to cannibalize famous movies (7.26) or itself as it repeats previous plots: the cabin vacation (7.14), the Christmas episode (7.12). But, as wine gets better with age, it's also true that those folks have fine-tuned their art and they kept getting better each season! Who could have thought that Ed O'Neil was such a funny guy!

The proletarian nature of the show is also good this year: punching a wealthy parent who private a public park with his money (7.3) or telling that voting is useless (7.7).

Yet there's a real stinker this season: (3.10) is too morbid to be funny. I prefer Al and Peggy sitting on the couch the entire episode (3.17) than having them in this coffin.

About the best one, it' more difficult to choose because the fun encompasses a lot of different situations! I pick this one as it's always fun to see Al managing his gay opinion and it offers a good slap on justice!

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