Al and Jefferson, who want to visit a new sports bar, are forced to go with the wives to a stage night showing of "The Jeffersons" in "Dances with Weezie" in Season 8 of MWC.
| Season 8, Episode # 10 |
Number (#167) in series (259 episodes)
|Guest star(s)||Dan Tullis, Jr.|
Harriet C. Leider
|Original airdate||November 14, 1993|
|IMDb||Dances with Weezie|
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Dances with Weezy is the 10th episode of season 8 of Married... with Children, also the 167th overall series episode. Directed by Tony Singletary and written By Richard Gurman, it premiered on FOX-TV on November 21, 1993.
Al and Jefferson sneak out of a Jeffersons reunion performance to go to a new sports bar, where they end up in a bar fight.
Al bribes Kelly and Bud into posing as him and Jefferson to accompany Peg and Marcy at The Jeffersons "Moving On Up" Tour live, while they go to a newly opened sports bar. Al and Jefferson (as well as the entire bar) gets into a big fight over who was in the first Lite Beer commercial: Bubba Smith or Billy Martin!
Concering who was the first athlete to appear in the Lite Beer commercials of the 1970's and 1980's, Al and Jefferson, who get in a fight over the subject in the new sports bar in "Dances with Weezie" are both wrong. Although both of these athletes appeared in Lite Beer commercials in the 1970s, neither Billy Martin or Bubba Smith of them were first. That honor went to ex-New York Jets fullback Matt Snell in 1973.
- Amanda Bearse as Marcy D'Arcy
- Ted McGinley as Jefferson D'Arcy
- Buck the Dog as Buck Bundy
- Dan Tullis, Jr. as Officer Dan
- The title of this episode is a reference to the 1990 film "Dances with Wolves" as well as Louise "Weezy" Jefferson from the TV show "The Jeffersons"
- Al and Jefferson (as well as the entire bar) gets into a fight over who was in the first Lite Beer commercial: Bubba Smith or Billy Martin. Although both of these athletes appeared in Lite Beer commercials in the 1970s, neither one of them were first. That honor went to ex-New York Jets fullback Matt Snell in 1973.
- MWC creators Ron Leavitt and Michael Moye had both previously been producers of the tv show The Jeffersons.
- Kelly makes a reference to Beavis and Butt-Head, a popular cartoon series on MTV that ran from 1993 to 1997 and then again in 2011.
- Kelly mentions Nirvana, a band associated with bringing Grunge music to the mainstream in the early 1990s
- Bud mentions Public Enemy, a hip hop group known for its politically charged lyrics and criticism of the American media. They had previously performed with former MWC guest, Anthrax.
- When Al and Jefferson are leading the sports bar in a vocal battle over who was in the first Lite beer commercial and its shown from an overhead view, a boom mic can been going across the upper left part of the screen.