The Bundys decide to go for a drive--on Labor Day. They spend the better part of the holiday sitting in traffic, arguing with one another, and picking fights with neighboring motorists.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Marla Frees ...
Kitty (as Marla Fries)
Frank Lloyd ...
Motorist #1
Gita Isak ...
Motorist #2
Eddie Rio ...
Motorist #3


On Labor Day weekend, with Kelly having graduated from high school, Peggy still not working, Bud in his senior year in high school, and Marcy officially divorced and having gotten a promotion at her bank, Al decides to take the family for a vacation and see American by car in their red Volvo convertible. But they end up being caught in a 50-mile traffic jam on the Chicago freeway the entire weekend. Written by Anonymous

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23 September 1990 (USA)  »

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The red convertible the Bundys are in is the same vehicle they won on the game show 'How Do I Love Thee' from ep. 'Just Married with Children' back in 1988. See more »


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A Bundy Labor Day
15 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Al Bundy decides to take his family out on the road not in the Dodge but the mysteriously new car that takes it's space. It's a convertible with the top down. The Bundys including Bud and Kelly dread spending the day with their parents much less stuck in traffic. It's the beginning of a new fall season and Peggy has to get home in time to see "Nun of This" starring Karen Valentine as a nun who has had enough and she's your worst nightmare, a nun with a gun. Al wants the family to do something together this year and they are stuck in traffic for hours moving only inches. In the meantime, Marcy has come back from two weeks vacation without the Bundys noticing her absence and with a new outlook on life.

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