Al after the three words - but thinking of Marcy -- in the episode "Peggy Loves Al, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" in Season 2 of MWC.
| Season 2, Episode # 17 |
Number (#30) in series (259 episodes)
|Guest star(s)||Amanda Bearse|
Hope Marie Carlton
|Taping date||January 29, 1988|
|Original airdate||February 14, 1988|
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Peggy Loves Al, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah is the 17th episode of season 2 of Married... with Children, also the 30th overall episode in the series. Directed by Gerry Cohen, and written by Ralph R. Farquhar, the episode premiered on FOX on February 14, 1988.
On Valentine's Day, Bud awaits his first Valentine (which he thinks is a trick cooked up by Kelly), Kelly must choose one Valentine from the many boys who are attracted to her, Steve plans to take Marcy to Hawaii, Marcy intends to pop out from a cake naked, and Peg just wants Al to say "I love you" to her.
As the second season's seventeeth episode rolls around, Peggy looks for her most costly Valentine's Day gift ever - the words "I love you" from Al. The otherwise avalanche of cards for Kelly is contained within a sack, and one lucky representative, to date her for all of them is chosen "at random", a few times, 'till it works out right.
Guest Stars/Recurring castEdit
- Amanda Bearse as Marcy Rhoades
- David Garrison as Steve Rhoades
- Cliff Bemis as Termite Boss
- Hope Marie Carlton as Heather
- Teri Weigel as Jade
- Kim Anderson as Jackie
- Barbara Lee-Belmonte as Trish (as Barbara Belmonte)
- Barbara Schillaci as Mitzi
- Buck as Buck Bundy, the dog
- The episode title is a reference to the 1963 song, "She Loves You", by The Beatles, which contains the lyrics, "She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah."
- This is the second of only two episodes that lists the writer/director credits at the beginning of the episode instead of at the end. The first one was the "Pilot".
- There were no closing credits during the original airing.
- This originally aired as a live call-in episode where the TV viewers phoned in during the show for their opinion if Al should say "I love you" to Peggy. By the end, 67% of the viewers said Al should say it. The segment has been cut from all syndicated and DVD versions. In the original airing, after Peg calls out to Al in the bathroom, the screen freezes, then she turns to the camera and says:
- Thank you so much for understanding. You must know what it's ike to smell his socks, to walk barefoot on his toenail clippings, and to kill what's living in his toothbrush. I deserve to hear "I love you" and dammit I'm going to. And for those of you who voted no, and think I should have a miserable life - Don't worry. I do. [calling sweetly] Oh, Al.
- According to Bundyology.com, another line of dialouge was filmed in case the majority voted no:
- So you don't think I deserve to hear "I love you". Have you ever smelled his socks? Have you ever walked barefoot over his toenail clippings? Have you ever seen what lives in his toothbrush? I didn't think so. Feel pretty low now, don't you? You don't want to see him say it? Then turn off the set, 'cause he's gonna say it. [calling sweetly] Oh, Al!
- This episode marks the first wedding anniversary for Steve and Marcy.
- The song that Marcy sings as she's being rolled into the Chicago Bulls locker room is "My Funny Valentine"
- When Peg call out to Al while he's in the bathroom and asks if he's finally going to say "I love you", she is leaning back with her right arm on the bed support her. When Al opens the door a couple of seconds later, she is suddenly sitting straight up with both of her hands on her knee.