Bud gets kissed by Miss McGoven in the episode "Teacher Pets" in Season 6 of MWC.
| Season 6, Episode # 21 |
Number (#126) in series (259 episodes)
|Guest star(s)||Linda Gibboney|
Bert L. Cook
|Taping date||March 6, 1992|
|Original airdate||April 5, 1992|
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Bud tries to prove to others that his substitute teacher has a crush on him. Meanwhile, Peg is sick with the flu and Al crashes children's parties at Chuck E. Cheese to get free food.
The sixth season's twenty-first episode has Bud trying to support his claim that his 40-year-old teacher is romanticly interested in him is greeted by laughter from everyone. But another student smells the smoke and wants the self-imagined studly Bud's fire for herself. Meanwhile, Peggy has a cold which prompts Al to keep his distance by going out every night to a Chuck-E-Cheese restaurant for some free pizza by crashing little kids birthdays parties. Can Bud keep two girls satisfied or will he suffer from a humiliating Bundy defeat?
Recurring cast/Guest starsEdit
- Cast Regulars
- Linda Gibboney as Miss McGowen
- Ric Coy as Kid
- Charlotte Ross as Darlene
- Bert L. Cook as Ernie
- Lillian Adams as Mrs. A. Mariner
- Tim Hill as Man
- The name of Bud's new teacher, Mrs A. Mariner, is a play on the title of Samuel Coleridge Taylor's poem "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner".
- The name of the teacher Dottie McGowen is possibly named after the hair stylist for the show, Dottie McQuown, though her last name is spelled differently.
- Charlotte Ross, who plays Bud's girlfriend Darlene, appeared alongside Katey Sagal as the daughter of her character in the 1991 TV movie "She Says She's Innocent" (aka "Violation of Trust").