The Bundys win a free trip to England, courtesy of the village of Lower Uncton, which can rid itself of a centuries long curse by ridding the world of male Bundys, and there are only two left, Al and Bud. Back in 1653, an ancestor of Al's, Seamus McBundy, a chauvinist blacksmith, insulted a fat, ugly witch who then imposed a curse on all future Bundys and the town which sits in a time warp of permanent darkness. The Lower Uncton residents, led by historical Winston, and his cohort Igor try to lure Al and Bud in their town limits to kill them to end the curse while the rival Upper Uncton residents, led by assassin-for-hire Trevor, must endure they die outside the town so the curse does not get lifted and ruin their reputation as a tourist town.
Did You Know?
When the Bundys arrive at the airport, there is a person holding a sign in the background with the last name: Leavitt. Another person holds a sign that says Moye. This is a reference to Executive Producers Ron Leavitt
and Michael G. Moye
(who also wrote the show). Not as obvious is a third person holding a sign for Anderson. John Maxwell Anderson
is one of the producers, as well. See more
When the Bundies come out of the London airport, their baggage is placed in the trunk of the limo. Later when they come out of Harrods with all their shopping, the limo's trunk is empty. See more
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