Al with Jimmy, a old high-school flame, and "the one that got away" - from Peg in the episode "The Razor's Edge" in Season 2 of MWC.
| Season 2, Episode # 11 |
Number (#24) in series (259 episodes)
|Guest star(s)||Amanda Bearse|
John Dennis Johnston
|Writer(s)||Ralph R. Farquhar|
|Original airdate||November 22, 1987|
|IMDb||How Do You Spell Revenge?|
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How Do You Spell Revenge? is the 11th episode of season 2 of Married... with Children, also the 24th overall episode in the series. Directed by Linda Day, and written by Ralph R. Farquhar, the episode premiered on FOX on November 22, 1987.
Al tries to recruit Kelly onto his baseball team to replace Peg, but Kelly is in love with a boy who wants her to get a tattoo. His father turns out to be Peg's ex, with a lifelong grudge and a tattoo of his own from his high school days.
Al, Peggy and Bud are part of a shopping mall softball team playing against other mall teams. The team, the New Market Mallers, are first alluded to in this episode, while Kelly is dating the son of one of Peggy's old flames, both of whom are also on the team. Kelly falls in love with Brian, a guy who puts his bugs in their restaurant meals to get it for free! Brian's a nice guy, but his father Jimmy is pretty strange.
Kelly and Brian have both planned to get tattoos. Seeing Brian's dad, who once had 'Peggy' tattooed on his arm, Al thinks he's quite strange when he pops up at the door. As for the New Market Mallers, softball is not doing well. They are playing against men with "visible underwear lines", at least according to Al.
After losing a few too many games, Al demands that Peggy improve her softball skills or she is off his team. Meanwhile, Kelly's new boyfriend, Brian, asks her to prove her love to him by getting a tattoo.
Guest Stars/Recurring castEdit
- Amanda Bearse as Marcy Rhoades
- David Garrison as Steve Rhoades
- John Dennis Johnston as Jimmy
- Kris Kamm as Brian
- Buck as Buck Bundy, the dog
- On Al's New Market Mallers jersey the 'N' in New is actually backwards.