Al flunks his written drivers test the same day that Kelly passes hers, leading him confined to the house and unable to get to the racetrack to bet on an important horse race.

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Al flunks his written drivers test the same day that Kelly passes hers, leading him confined to the house and unable to get to the racetrack to bet on an important horse race.

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Al: Peg. Sell the house.
Peggy: Why, Al? Did you see a shirt somewhere you like?
Al: Yes. It said, "Congratulate Me, Wife's Dead".
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Music and lyrics by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen
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AL Loses his license!
18 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Al loses his driver's license and must depend on his family to get to the racetrack so he can win some money. Unfortunately, the Bundys have other things on their minds. Al losing his license means that he has to walk to work or take the bus or carpool with the Rhodes if they offer. THe loss of a driver's license can be devastating when you are so dependent on the car to get around town particularly to work and to the racetrack. When Al realizes that he could win some money, he has to depend upon the kindness of his family so he might be better on the kindness of strangers to take pity on him during his desperate hour. Of course, Kelly has to choose between taking her dad to the racetrack or missing a fight between two boys for her and Peggy believes nothing ever starts on time anyway.


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