Al decides to grow a vegetable garden, but soon faces off against an all-out war with a rabbit who steals his carrots and other vegetables.

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Al is under pressure from one too many busy days at the shoe store and the doctors have ordered him to relax. To combat stress, Al starts a vegetable garden. The combat turns physical when a rabbit starts sealing carrots from Al's garden and it becomes a war of wills: Bundy against Bunny. Written by Anonymous

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11 November 1990 (USA)  »

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Kelly Bundy: Now Daddy, I've been watching shows about rabbits; don't put the barrel in the hole. Or else he'll tie it in a knot and shoot you in the face.
[Al stares disbelivingly]
Kelly Bundy: Or he might make it curvy and make it come out a hole behind you and shoot you in the butt.
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The end spoofs the end scene in Bugs Bunny cartoons. As Al chomps on a carrot, the picture closes to a circle while Peggy says "That's Al, folks." See more »

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References Good Night Elmer (1940) See more »

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Al Needs to Relax!
15 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have a rabbit that looks just like the rabbit in this episode. Anyway, Al suffers an emotional setback or breakdown during a shoe sale. The doctor advices that he get a hobby or grow a garden. So he decides to grow a garden in the backyard to calm him down. It would be fine but there is a rabbit who is stealing and eating his carrots. Again, it's Al versus Rabbit. Much like the episode where Al tries to catch and kill the mouse, Al will stop at nothing but to hurt this precious rabbit even explosions and flooding the neighborhood. Just when he thinks he's won, he's lost. It is a funny episode and that rabbit is beautiful.


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