Married with Children (1986–1997)
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The Gas Station Show 

When Al can't pay his bill at the gas station, he is forced to don a uniform, complete with 'Habib' name tag and work at the station. He spends the day being hounded by motorists, as well as Peg and the kids.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Al Bundy
... Peggy Bundy
... Marcy D'Arcy
... Kelly Bundy
... Bud Bundy
... Jefferson D'Arcy
... Joe
... Jim
... Betty
Jeffrey Roth ... Jim Jr.
Marisa Theodore ... Betty Jr.
Andrea Leithe ... Stacey
... Ulla
... Hilgar
... Karin (as Anna Keller)


Al turns sentimental after watching the movie "Shenandoah" on TV, so he proclaims to the family that it is now "Bundy Sunday Funday." But first they all must push the Dodge to a gas station. But Al is broke after finding only $2 on him after filling up the car. After the rest of the starving Bundys raid the convenience store for junk food, Al is stuck working off his deb for the gas and food at the pumps. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

26 April 1992 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The name of the tag on Al's shirt is Habib, which would later be an inside joke on the show. See more »


The Kid with the bike doesn't really drive over Al's foot. You can see Al pulling his foot away. See more »


Kelly: Daddy, is Bundy Sunday Funday officially over?
Al: Yes Pumpkin, I'm afraid that it is. But don't worry, see next week we're gonna take a nice drive up in the woods and we're going huntin'. See, I'll be the only one carrying the rifle and you kids can run out there and flush out the game. We'll call it Bundy Sunday Gunday.
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Al can't pay his gas bill!
11 December 2009 | by See all my reviews

You just love Al Bundy as he tries to bring his family closer together. When the family realizes that Al has watched a sad film, they are in trouble. He decides to take the family out in public in the family Dodge. He has a surprise for them. He pulls into a full-service gas station where he only has $2.00 but his family splurges like the Rockefellers by eating and buying candy, slim Jims, and soda. So Al gets stuck pumping gasoline at a full-service gas station and is met by a seemingly perfect family who isn't perfect after all and of course, Marcy and Jefferson come along. All he needs is $12.00 and hopes that his beloved family will raise the money enough for him.

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