TV Series | TV-PG | | Comedy
Al Bundy is a misanthropic women's shoe salesman with a miserable life. He hates his job, his wife is lazy, his son is dysfunctional (especially with women), and his daughter is dim-witted and promiscuous.
Top of the Heap (1991), later re-titled Vinnie & Bobby (1992), was a spin-off of this show.. There were also two other ideas for spin-offs, season ten, episode twenty-three, "Enemies", and season nine, episode twenty-six, "Radio Free Trumaine". "Enemies" dealt with Kelly's friends fighting ... ...
Kelly, go get changed into your sleaziest dress.
Kelly: Which one?
With rare exceptions, the end credits are played over a still of Peggy and Al (looking disgusted) sitting on the couch.
When aired in its original full-hour format, "It's A Bundyful Life" contains the following scenes not seen when it airs as a two part episode: Extra dialogue; a scene of Bud making snow cones with mouth wash and real snow; Peggy telling Kelly to put on a good dress for their Christmas feast at Denny's; A drunk Marcy talks with Al as he tries to put up the lights; Extra dialogue between the angel and Al. But the following scenes were edited from the same version: Al confronts a mall Santa and some kids; When Al is at the shoe store trying to get to the bank, he is delayed by two elderly women; So it just cuts to Al arriving at the bank.
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