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The Gypsy Cried is the eighth episode of Season 3 of the FOX sitcom Married... with Children, as well as the 43rd overall episode in the series. Written by Richard Gurman, the episode was directed by Gerry Cohen and premiered on FOX on February 5, 1989.

SynopsisEdit

A psychic sees good things for Steve, Al and Peggy, but tragedy is in the cards for Marcy, who insists that the lucky ones accompany her as insurance on a business flight to New York.

PlotEdit

To be added.

CastEdit

Regular CastEdit

Guest StarsEdit

QuotesEdit

  • Madame Olga: I feel very strong vibrations here.
  • Al: [to Peggy] Did you leave your toy running under the couch again?

NotesEdit

TitleEdit

  • The title of this episode is a reference to the 1962 song of the same name by Lou Christie.

MusicEdit

  • Al sings "New York, New York" by Frank Sinatra.
  • The song Al and Peg sing during the trip is "Hey Paula" by Paul and Paula.
  • The song Al and Peg sing at the end of the episode is "I Got You Babe" by Sonny and Cher.

LocationsEdit

SetsEdit

  • Bundy Living Room/Kitchen
  • Plane

GoofsEdit

  • Just as Peg goes to open the door for the man bringing Al's wallet back, the shadow of a boom mic can be seen on the wall near the front door.
  • When Marcy notices a black cat run across the coffee table, the shadow of a crew member can be seen passing by in the lower left corner of the screen just before the black cat runs across the table.

External LinksEdit

◄ Season 2 Season 3 Episodes Season 4 ►
He Thought He CouldI'm Going to SweatlandPoke HighThe Camping Show
A Dump of My OwnHer Cups Runneth OverThe Bald and the BeautifulThe Gypsy Cried
Requiem for a Dead BarberI'll See You in CourtEatin' OutMy Mom, the Mom
Can't Dance, Don't Ask MeA Three Job, No Income FamilyThe Harder They Fall
The House That Peg LostMarried... with Queen (Part 1)Married... with Queen: The Sequel (Part 2)
The Dateless AmigoThe Computer ShowLife's a BeachHere's Lookin' at You, Kid
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