The Bundys vacation at Lake Michigan -- where the beach babes in bikini ogling Bud gets "claimed" by "his girlfriend" -- a little girl -- in "Life's a Beach" in Season 3 of MWC.
| Season 3, Episode # 21 |
Number (#56) in series (259 episodes)
|Guest star(s)||Morgan Brittany|
|Writer(s)||Ralph R. Farquhar|
|Original airdate||May 14, 1989|
|IMDb||Life's A Beach|
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(Season 3 finale)
Life's A Beach is the 21st episode of season 3 of Married...With Children, also the 56th overall series episode. It originally aired on FOX on May 21, 1989. Directed by Gerry Cohen, the episode was written by Ralph R. Farquhar.
Taking some inspiration from Steve & Marcy, The Bundys spend a family day at the beach.
Michael Faustino, David Faustino's younger brother, makes another guest appearance.
Full episode summaryEdit
Al is inspired by an episode of Eight Is Enough to spend more time with his family by taking them to the beach, but the experience doesn't turn out as ideally as he envisioned it. Seeking a tad more family togetherness, Al declares, "Bundy Day at the Beach", on which he takes the family to a local beach on Lake Michigan, where Bud and Kelly compete with each other to find some dates for themselves, while an old flame, named Marilyn Beamis (played by Morgan Brittany), finds Al. Meanwhile, Steve attempts to evade responsibility after causing a traffic accident. When the Rhoades need to avoid the other driver in a fender bender they had, everyone -- The Bundys and the Rhoadeses -- all head to the beach! Bud gets a girlfriend, or at least that's the way she sees herself.
Recurring cast/Guest starsEdit
- Morgan Brittany as Marilyn Beamis
- Candace Hutson as Tina (as Candy Hutson)
- Brice Alan as Chris
- Peter Steinfeld as Lifeguard (as Pete Steinfeld)
- Christi Allen aa Lucy
- Sandra Alexander as Wendy
- Amber Susa as Jill
- Gary Mauro as Mark
- Tracy Burton as Sandy
- Marilyn Pitzer as Betsy
- Michael Faustino as Kid #1
- Marcy Austin as Luana
- Saman as Beach Boy