The rest of the Bundy's endure sacrifices of constant loud noise, loss of living room space, as well as loss of electrical power as Al devotes himself to his lifelong dream: building his personal, exclusive, executive bathroom in the garage with the centerpiece being a mighty Ferguson toilet for his flush. Meanwhile, Peggy seeks money to buy enough lottery tickets to win a multi-million dollar lottery.
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When Bud is sitting on the couch next to Al his left hand is on his stomach then when they cut to him after Peg comes out of the kitchen it is now his right hand and the right before he goes upstairs after Kelly comes down his left hand is back on his stomach. All this takes place in the span of a couple of seconds so he could not have moved his hands. See more
In the bathroom breaking in his new toilet.
[Al walks in the living room and sits on the couch
How was it, honey?
I don't know, Peg. I'm constipated. This is the worst day of my life. I wonder if this ever happened to Dad?
Aww, honey. Do you want me to undercook you some chicken?
No thanks, Peg. It'll take more than raw poultry to fix what's wrong with me.
[turns on TV
And now back to the rest of ABC's lineup: "Roseanne" and the Emmy winning "Thirtysomething".
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Just before the closing credits, the water fountain from the show's intro is shown again. When Al flushes the Ferguson, the fountain loses water pressure and Al says, "Now that's a man's flush." See more
Love & Marriage
Written by Sammy Cahn
and Jimmy Van Heusen
Arranged and Conducted by Nelson Riddle
Performed by Frank Sinatra See more