|Married with Children: Season 6|
|"Married... with Children" Season 6 DVD cover.|
|September 8, 1991 - May 17, 1992|
|FOX-TV / United States|
|Previous Season: Season 5|
|Next Season: Season 7|
Throughout the season, both Peg and Marcy were pregnant, as Katey Sagal was pregnant in real life. Sagal's child was stillborn six weeks before term, causing her to miss four episodes of this season. At the end of the season's eleventh episode, "Al Bundy, Shoe Dick", it was revealed that the women's pregnancies were merely part of one of Al's nightmares. This season also saw Steve Rhoades return for one episode, Kelly becoming the "Verminator," the Bundys traveling to England. Additionally, this season introduced Bud's hip hop-inspired alter ego "Grandmaster B", concocted to help him with women, which continued after the dream revelation by having Al ask Bud about the nickname and Bud deciding that he likes it enough to use it.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|106||1||"She's Having My Baby (Part 1)"||Gerry Cohen||Ron Leavitt & Michael G. Moye||September 8, 1991||6.01|
|Part one of two. Marcy and Peg announce that they are pregnant. Jefferson is happy and is willing to run chores for Marcy. Meanwhile, Al is devastated and so are Bud and Kelly.|
|107||2||"She's Having My Baby (Part 2)"||Gerry Cohen||Kevin Curran||September 15, 1991||6.02|
|Conclusion. Al and Jefferson try to run away from their wives when they cannot take the pregnancy anymore.|
|108||3||"If Al Had a Hammer"||Gerry Cohen||Kevin Curran||September 22, 1991||6.03|
Al builds a private room for himself, using the Bundy hammer. When he loses it to a bunch of pregnant women, he tears it down. Meanwhile, Bud comes up with a street-wise, hip-hop alter-ego named "Grandmaster B" when he enrolls in junior college.
Note: Ed O'Neill's wife Catherine Rusoff appears as one of the pregnant women.
|109||4||"Cheese, Cues and Blood"||Gerry Cohen||Allan Davis||September 29, 1991||6.04|
|Al begins to suspect that Kelly is selling her body for sex (with Jefferson as her pimp) when she begins earning a lot of money. But when Al discovers that Kelly and Jefferson are betting on pool games for cash at a local pool hall, Al sells his blood to get in on it.|
|110||5||"Looking for a Desk in All the Wrong Places"||Gerry Cohen||Stacie Lipp||October 6, 1991||6.05|
|An insane Marcy tags Peg along to find her childhood toys — including a pink desk — that were auctioned off because Jefferson did not pay for the storage unit. Meanwhile, Al, Kelly and Bud have a "We hate the baby" meeting.|
|111||6||"Buck Has a Bellyache"||Gerry Cohen||Ellen L. Fogle||October 13, 1991||6.06|
|Peg moves back in with her family after Al, Kelly and Bud ignore her because they are looking after Buck, who has lost his appetite. Jefferson has sympathy for Marcy's pregnancy and Marcy enjoys it.|
|112||7||"If I Could See Me Now"||Amanda Bearse||Gabrielle Topping||October 27, 1991||6.07|
After causing one too many car crashes, Al gives in and buys glasses. But his newfound vision makes him see just how pathetic his life is. So he breaks them and returns to the old vision.
Note: Katey Sagal does not appear in this episode. Just her voice is heard.
|113||8||"God's Shoes"||Gerry Cohen||Ellen L. Fogle||November 3, 1991||6.08|
Al falls out of his bedroom window after seeing a $2500 painting of Peg. When he returns to consciousness, Al tells his kids that he saw God's shoes and, with Jefferson's help and Marcy's money, decides to sell God's shoes to the masses.
Note: Katey Sagal does not appear in this episode.
|114||9||"Kelly Does Hollywood (Part I)"||Gerry Cohen||Larry Jacobson||November 10, 1991||6.09|
Part one of two. Al finally gets cable TV at home and watches Marcy on the Public-access television cable TV channel. Kelly then starts her own talk show on the public-access channel, that gets picked up by a major Hollywood network.
Note: Katey Sagal does not appear in this episode.
|115||10||"Kelly Does Hollywood (Part II)"||Gerry Cohen||Larry Jacobson||November 17, 1991||6.10|
Conclusion. Al, Kelly and Bud travel to Hollywood, where Kelly meets the executive producer (played by former SNL cast member Jon Lovitz) who's interested in her show. The network's executives end up changing it drastically and it gets canceled.
Note: Katey Sagal does not appear in this episode.
|116||11||"Al Bundy, Shoe Dick"||Gerry Cohen||Larry Jacobson||November 24, 1991||6.11|
|In this episode, Al leads a double life as a detective who's being framed for the murder of a rich woman's father. By solving the case, he wins $50,000. He wakes up and realizes that it was a dream. He also realizes that his wife and Marcy's pregnancies were also just dreams.|
|117||12||"So This Is How Sinatra Felt"||Gerry Cohen||Stacie Lipp||December 1, 1991||6.12|
|Peg is worried that a "shoe groupie" (guest star Jessica Hahn) may be seducing Al. She sends Kelly and Bud to spy on him. Al is made to choose between Peg and the groupie.|
|118||13||"I Who Have Nothing"||Gerry Cohen||Katherine Green||December 22, 1991||6.13|
|Al discovers that he truly has no possessions of his own, and decides to get back one of the things that truly meant a lot to him — his championship game ball that he gave to a once-skinny cheerleader who wants Al for sex.|
|119||14||"The Mystery of Skull Island"||Gerry Cohen||Kevin Curran||January 5, 1992||6.14|
|Bud dates a hot girl who is only interested in daredevils. Meanwhile, Al, Marcy and Jefferson play a relationship board game.|
|120||15||"Just Shoe It"||Gerry Cohen||Lisa Chernin||January 19, 1992||6.15|
|Al wins the chance to appear in a sneaker commercial featuring famous sports stars, such as baseball player Steve Carlton, football player Ed "Too Tall" Jones, and boxer Sugar Ray Leonard.|
|121||16||"Rites of Passage"||Gerry Cohen||Ilunga Adell||February 9, 1992||6.16|
|While Peggy, Marcy and Jefferson plan a child's birthday party for Bud's 18th birthday, Al takes Bud to his favorite strip club: The Nudie Bar.|
|122||17||"The Egg and I"||Gerry Cohen||Ellen L. Fogle||February 16, 1992||6.17|
|Steve Rhoades returns to reclaim his wife, but is shocked to find out that Marcy has remarried. The Bundys argue whether friendship is more important than money when they find out that Steve is on the run from the police for stealing a rare hawk egg from a national park.|
|123||18||"My Dinner With Anthrax"||Gerry Cohen||Larry Jacobson||February 23, 1992||6.19|
|Bud and Kelly trick Al and Peg into going on vacation in Florida for their 20th anniversary when Bud and Kelly win the chance to have thrash metal band Anthrax over at their house. The vacation turns out to be a timeshare scam with Edd Byrnes as one of the tenants (who lives there only because it was offered to him for free). Things get interesting back home when the band members scrounge in the refrigerator and sample Peg's "mystery package" (that no one ever wants to try) and begin to hallucinate.|
|124||19||"Psychic Avengers"||Amanda Bearse||Calvin Brown Jr.||March 1, 1992||6.18|
The Bundys and Jefferson get involved in a psychic hotline scam.
Note: Amanda Bearse does not appear in this episode.
|125||20||"Hi I.Q."||Gerry Cohen||Steve Crider||March 22, 1992||6.20|
|Kelly gets invited to a party for intellectuals, which turns out to be a party where intellectuals bring along idiots as dates to win a contest. Meanwhile, Al and Jefferson attempt to build a tool bench — with disastrous results.|
|126||21||"Teacher Pets"||Gerry Cohen||Katherine Green||April 5, 1992||6.21|
|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's to get free food.|
|127||22||"The Goodbye Girl"||Gerry Cohen||Stacie Lipp||April 19, 1992||6.22|
|While Al is on an imaginary trip around the world, Kelly gets a job at a TV history museum — and becomes a bug-killing TV personality known as The Verminator while Jefferson is harassed by kids who think they recognize him from Happy Days and The Love Boat.|
|128||23||"The Gas Station Show"||Gerry Cohen||Ron Leavitt & Michael G. Moye||April 26, 1992||6.23|
|While out on a drive on "Bundy Sunday Funday", Al ends up working at a gas station to pay for the snacks Peg and the kids bought.|
|129||24||"The England Show (Part 1)"||Gerry Cohen||Ellen L. Fogle||May 3, 1992||6.24|
Part one of a 3-part story arc, "The England Show" Trilogy. In the 17th century, a witch curses a British town called Lower Uncton to be forever shrouded in darkness after a Bundy ancestor insults her, and the only way for the curse to be lifted is to kill any living Bundy relatives by luring them into Lower Uncton. In the present day, the Bundys win a free trip to England. Marcy and Jefferson learn about this and decide to tag along but they lose their luggage at Heathrow Airport. It is revealed that the Bundys were lured to England by Winston and Igor, two Lower Uncton residents to lure them to their village so they can kill both Al and Bud in it to lift the 339-year-old curse, but the residents of the neighboring town of Upper Uncton, under the command of the mayor Trevor, plot to kill Al and Bud in London to ensure that the purgatory curse over Lower Uncton never gets broken which would ruin Upper Uncton's tourist town reputation.
Shot on actual exterior locations in and around London, England.
|130||25||"The England Show (Part 2)"
"Wastin' the Company's Money"
|Gerry Cohen||Stacie Lipp||May 10, 1992||6.25|
|Part two of three. While the Bundys continue to enjoy their English vacation (and take advantage of their tour guide, Winston's, money), the people of Lower and Upper Uncton (the latter of whom use Lower Uncton as a tourist attraction and want to make the curse permanent) plot to murder Al and Bud. Meanwhile, a broke and lost Marcy and Jefferson end up in a London S&M club, which they mistake for a theater. Kelly gets lost in London and is coersed by Upper Uncton mayor Trevor to lure the Bundys away from Lower Uncton and she sets off to find her family.|
|131||26||"The England Show (Part 3)"
"We're Spending as Fast as We Can"
|Gerry Cohen||Kevin Curran||May 17, 1992||6.26|
|Conclusion. Kelly arrives in Lower Uncton to rescue the Bundys, but in attemping to escape, they find themselves caught between the two feuding mobs of Lower and Upper Uncton residents. Al challenges Igor, the jousting head of Upper Uncton, to a jousting match to spare the lives of the Bundy men. When Al wins, the curse is lifted and the Bundys return home except for Al, who gets imprisoned for stealing hotel towels.|
- ↑ Andreas, Carl (December 3, 2006). FAQ. Bundyology. Retrieved on 2007-09-09.
- ↑ Andreas, Carl (April 10, 2001). Changes throughout the Seasons. Bundyology. Retrieved on 2007-09-09.
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