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When Buck, the Bundy family pooch, mistakenly receives a credit card in his name, Al and Peg decide to sample "the good life" and embark on a wild spending spree.
Al finally comes into some money at the track, but hasn't time to enjoy his winnings - he's too busy hiding the loot from his family.
When Al and Steve become obsessed with collecting baseball cards, Peggy and Marcy dig out their old Barbie dolls and re-live their childhood fantasies.
Santa Claus crashes in the Bundy's yard.
When Peggy, Marcy and the neighborhood girls drop in on a male strip joint, Marcy loses more than her innocence. (Part 2)
When Peggy, Marcy and the neighborhood girls drop in on a male strip joint, Marcy loses more than her innocence. (Part 1 of 2)
When a tourist-hating ax-murderer kidnaps Peggy, it puts a slight damper on the family fun and almost-for-certain confirms that the Bundys will probably never vacation in Dumpwater, Florida again. (Part 2)
Al and his friends are forced to take their wives to a strip club.
Bud volunteers for a computer sex experiment.
Al becomes an environmental hero and celebrity.
When Al finds out one of his high school girlfriends is experiencing gang trouble in the old neighborhood, he enlists the help of his football pals for a confrontation that pits youth against experience.
Al quits lending his car to Kelly and Bud, who take matters into their own hands and purchase one to share. But when both make plans for the drive-in, they are forced to double date, with each trying to get the other out of the car.
Bud's latest attempts to impress women fail miserably, causing him such embarrassment that he confines himself to the basement. But when his "cool" alter ego appears, Bud learns the secrets of gaining adoration.
Feeling disenchanted and ignored, Buck runs away.
Al must brave the department of motor vehicles to renew his driver's license, but discovers that his fate lies in Bud's hands.
The Bundys and D'Arcys discover a new TV show modeled after their lives.
The "NO MA'AM" men take their Psycho Dad protest to Washington, D.C.
Al and his friends decide to remedy the professional baseball strike themselves.
Kelly discovers she has a wealthy, but young, secret admirer.