When a laid-off Steve spends more time at the zoo then looking for work, Al helps Marcy thumb through the want ads in the newspaper over a beer in a pub in "At The Zoo" in Season 4 of MWC.
| Season 4, Episode # 10 |
Number (#67) in series (259 episodes)
|Guest star(s)||Lisa Moss|
Michael Francis Clarke
Dan Tullis, Jr.
|Original airdate||November 26, 1989|
|IMDb||At the Zoo|
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At the Zoo is the tenth episode of Married... with Children, also the 67th overall episode of the series. Directed by Gerry Cohen, the episode was written by series creators Ron Leavitt & Michael G. Moye. It orginally aired on FOX on November 26, 1989.
Steve begins spending his time taking Peg, Kelly, and Bud to the zoo instead of looking for a job, which doesn't sit well with the recently-demoted Marcy.
Al and Marcy are the suckers in their respective families, still bringing home the bacon while their spouses spend the day at the zoo, along with the Bundy kids, in the fourth season's tenth episode. Newly unemployed Steve decides he doesn't really want to work, so he fritters away his days with the Bundys, visiting zoos and taking fishing trips. In order to cover this up, he lies to Marcy that he has been spending all day at job interviews and employment exchanges, but always getting the thumbs down. When Marcy discovers the truth, she explodes and says that he will be going to a job interview at her bank, which she set up herself.
Recurring cast/Guest starsEdit
- Lisa Moss as TV Announcer
- Jennifer Banko as Courtney
- Michael Francis Clarke as Bartender
- Dan Tullis, Jr. as Sonny
- Frank Lloyd as Norris
- Trudy Adams as Chelsea
- At the conclusion, Steve is supposed to have killed a salt water Caribbean pygmy turtle by putting into Lake Michigan, a fresh water lake. First of all, there is no such animal as a Caribbean pygmy turtle. Second, turtles are reptiles and are not vulnerable the way a salt water fish placed in fresh water would be. Salt water turtles can survive in fresh water for short periods of time.