Al gets heated up over the large phone bill and refuses to pay it, which results in the disconnection of the Bundy phone line, making him the target of hostility from Peggy, the kids and the Rhoades who now take the Bundys phone calls on their phone, especially the ones from Peggy's mother. To make matters worse, there's a streetlight that is also bothering Al which is keeping him awake every night.
Did You Know?
The title, For Whom the Bell Tolls, is based on a 1940 book by Ernest Hemingway; it is also a 1984 song by the Thrash Metal band Metallica. See more
Peggy is on the phone with her mom, Al hangs up and calls a family meeting. Kelly yells down she's on the phone. The Bundys only have one phone line so unless Kelly got right on the phone when Al hung up on Peg's mom this could not have happened. See more
Peggy, Dial-a-Stud called. They wanted to know if you were okay and to tell you Juan is back.
References For Whom the Bell Tolls
Love & Marriage
Written by Sammy Cahn
and Jimmy Van Heusen
Arranged and Conducted by Nelson Riddle
Performed by Frank Sinatra See more