Comedian Larry Storch, who eariler visited Gary's shoes, drops by the Bundy home in the episode "Something Larry This Way Comes" in Season 9 of MWC.
| Season 9, Episode # 20 |
Number (#203) in series (259 episodes)
|Guest star(s)||Harold Sylvester|
Lynn Ann Leveridge
|Taping date||January 13, 1995|
|Original airdate||March 12, 1995|
|IMDb||Something Larry This Way Comes|
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Al is excited when Kelly hires Larry Storch as her acting coach and they star in a play together. Al and Griff dress up as wolves and try to sell more shoes. Larry comes to the store to meet Al and gets hit by Gary, who earlier describes her tough past with Larry. Al steps in to perform Larry's part in the play (as he is incapacitated) to help Kelly out.
In this episode, Kelly gets a big break while attending the Larry Storch School of Acting when she and Larry Storch are to appear on stage in a part of the show "Phantom of the Opera." But when the shoe store owner, Gary, knocks out comedian/actor Larry Storch himself, whom she holds a personal grudge against, Al must leave the midnight madness sale at the shoe store, leaving Griff solo, to go to Kelly's rescue at the theater.
- Amanda Bearse as Marcy D'Arcy
- Ted McGinley as Jefferson D'Arcy
- Buck the Dog as Buck Bundy
- Harold Sylvester as Griff
- Janet Carroll as Gary
- The episode title is an allusion to the 1983 film, Something Wicked This Way Comes, which was based on the 1962 Ray Bradbury novel of the same name
- The scene with Kelly in her red dress looking up and saying that she "can fly with the beagles" would be used in the opening credits to introduce Christina Applegate for the final two seasons, starting with "Reverend Al".