Married with Children: Season 2, Episode 19

Im-Po-Dent (28 Feb. 1988)

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Marcy regrets denting Steve's new car when he claims that she's made him impotent.



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Marcy: Well, Steve forgave me. He's the most wonderful man in the world...
Peggy: Al, why can't you be more like Steve?
Marcy: ...and he's impotent!
Peggy: My God, you are like Steve.
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Steve becomes more like Al!
28 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When Steve goes away, he leaves behind instructions not to touch his brand new Mercedes-Benz car in the garage. With Marcy's car out of commission, Peggy encourages her to borrow his car to go shopping. When Marcy returns, she admits that she has an accident with the car. When Steve returns home, he is angry at first and then learns about the accident. He feels violated. For the first time, Steve becomes impotent. But Steve has something up his sleeve with Marcy. I felt bad for Marcy if she only knew the truth behind his impotence. The episode is alright and not one of my favorites personally but it's decent enough. It's interesting to see that Steve and Marcy aren't that perfect as a couple together. Maybe it's the beginning of the cracks of their marriage.

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