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Look Who's Barking is the 14th episode of season 5 of Married with Childrenalso the 94th overall series episode. Directed by Gerry Cohen and written by Kathering Green, the episode first premiered on FOX, airing on February 10, 1991. The episode also featured a guest appearance from legendary Blues/R&B singer B.B. King, who performed the song Blues For A Dog.

SynopisisEdit

Buck the dog (voiced by Cheech Marin in this episode) runs away and takes home a white female dog who plots to replace him as the family pet. Meanwhile, Al searches for his favorite cheesecake chef. B.B. King makes a cameo appearance as a street musician.

Plot summaryEdit

Told from the point of view of Buck, he runs away from the house feeling neglected. Behind a diner, he picks up a female dog, whom he brings home. He quickly regrets it, as the new dog gets all the attention from Bud and Kelly. Meanwhile, Al is obsessed with getting a taste of his favorite cherry cheesecake from a restaurant in Wisconsin.

Guest starringEdit

TriviaEdit

Buck and female dog

Look Who's Barking - Buck with female dog

*The title of the episode is a reference to the 1989 film, Look Who's Talking
  • This episode is the first of 4 episodes during the show's run where the voice of Buck is played by Cheech Marin instead of Kevin Curran.
  • Peggy doesn't appear in this episode, though she is briefly mentioned when she calls the house while Al is busy trying to find the whereabouts of Hans.
  • Legendary blues singer/guitarist, B.B. King, makes a guest appearance as a street musician singing on a bus bench.
  • Rodney Kageyama makes a brief appearance as the restaurant owner. He is probably best known as Ito from the 1986 film, Gung Ho and Eddie in Showdown in Little Tokyo. In addition, he also had a role in the movie, The Next Karate Kid which starred Pat Morita, who would also appear on Married...With Children in the season 10 episode, "Turning Japanese".
  • The restaurant in the alley that Buck stops at has a sign by the door that says "Home Made Pizza". The sign would later reappear in the season 8 episode "Scared Single", next to a pizza restaurant inside the New Market Mall

GoofsEdit

  • During Al's search for Hans, he found out that he had left Chuck's Cheese Bowl years before and after working for different restaurants, was back in Germany. Yet, when Hans finally appears at the Bundy house, he gives them the cheesecake in a Chuck's Cheese Bowl box.

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