Kelly gets ditched by her date in "T-R-A-Something-Something Spells Tramp", in Season 7 of MWC.
| Season 7, Episode # 2 |
Number (#133) in series (259 episodes)
|Guest star(s)||Lisa Rieffel|
|Writer(s)||Ron Leavitt & Ellen L. Fogle|
|Taping date||August 28, 1992|
|Original airdate||September 20, 1992|
|IMDb||T-R-A-Something-Something Spells Tramp|
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| "Magnificent Seven" |
(Season 7 premiere)
|"Every Bundy Has a Birthday"|
T-R-A-Something-Something Spells Tramp was the second episode of Season 7 of Married... with Children that aired on FOX on September 20, 1992, also the 133rd overall episode in the series. The episode, directed by Gerry Cohen, was co-written by Ron Leavitt and Ellen L. Fogle.
After Kelly gets ditched in the middle of nowhere by her date (played by Corey Feldman), she meets other girls who have been dropped by their dates for being tramps. Meanwhile, Al and Peg try talking to revive their waning marriage and Bud dates a girl with the measles.
It seems that on one particular day, everybody but Kelly had a good date. Seven gets a date with a little girl. Al and Peggy decide to cuddle because it is quicker than talking. Even Bud gets a date, and it's with a girl that has measles. Kelly was on a date, though her date disrespects her, leaving her out in the wilderness. She meets two other ladies, and they bond over how they are all branded tramps, as they try to get back to Chicago. They see Kelly's date and come up with a plan. They lure him out of the car into the bushes for some fun, then run out into the car and drive away, with his pants literally down. They throw him some shoes while they escape. Afterwards, Bud meets up with Kelly's date after his ends, who insults Kelly by calling her a tramp, not realizing that Bud is her brother. Bud responds by hugging the date and coughing in his face which, as Bud has measles, probably infects the date and tells him to consider the measles a gift from Kelly.
Guest stars/Recurring castEdit
- Cast regulars
- Amanda Bearse as Marcy D'Arcy
- Ted McGinley as Jefferson D'Arcy
- Buck as Buck Bundy
- Shane Sweet as Seven
- Christina Applegate stated that this had been her favorite episode.