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Here's Looking at You, Kid 

When a serial peeper is on the loose, Al makes the ultimate sacrifice to alleviate Peggy's despair about being the only one not fall victim. Bud must tutor Kelly so she can pass to the next... See full summary »

Director:

Gerry Cohen

Writers:

Jeanne Baruch (teleplay by), Jeanne Romano (teleplay by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Ed O'Neill ... Al Bundy
Katey Sagal ... Peggy Bundy
David Garrison ... Steve Rhoades
Amanda Bearse ... Marcy Rhoades
Christina Applegate ... Kelly Bundy
David Faustino ... Bud Bundy
LaRue Stanley LaRue Stanley ... Fanny
Shirley Prestia ... Marsha
Dolores Albin Dolores Albin ... Mrs. McGinty
Healy Cunningham Healy Cunningham ... Lois
Luann Lee Luann Lee ... Fifi
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When a serial peeper is on the loose, Al makes the ultimate sacrifice to alleviate Peggy's despair about being the only one not fall victim. Bud must tutor Kelly so she can pass to the next grade, unfortunately in order to make room, new information pushes out old basic knowledge. Written by Mark D. Snyder

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Comedy

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Trivia

This episode's title is a quote from Casablanca (1942). See more »

Goofs

Al is standing on a ladder outside his own bedroom window pretending to be a peeping Tom. Peg pushes the ladder back and Al falls. Had they really been on the second floor, Al's fall would have made a very wide arc had he been on a tall ladder. Instead, Al falls back immediately in a tight arc, revealing that the prop ladder he's actually on is only a few feet tall. See more »

Quotes

Al: Maybe I ought to get a job on the bomb squad. At least then there'd be hope.
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References Casablanca (1942) See more »

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Love and Marriage
Music and lyrics by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen
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Late Season Ender!
30 May 2009 | by SylviastelSee all my reviews

I don't know why this episode aired so late in the third season. Anyway, the neighborhood has a peeping Tom lurking at the windows of the neighborhood women like Marcy, Mrs. McGinty, Fanny, Lois, and others but not Peggy. She feels terrible about it and needs to be peeped in order to feel good about herself. If not, Al has to comfort her. While the neighborhood women have a plan to torture the peeping Tom, Al needs to get out of this mess especially with Peggy feeling rejected. She leaves milk and cookies for the peeping Tom. When Steve says that Peggy will go back to normal whatever that is when she is peeped, Al has to become the neighborhood peeper.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 August 1989 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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