Married... with Children (season 7)

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Married... with Children (season 7)
Country of origin  United States
No. of episodes 26
Broadcast
Original channel Fox
Original run September 13, 1992 (1992-09-13) – May 23, 1993 (1993-05-23)
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 September 18, 2007 (2007-09-18)[1]
Season chronology
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List of Married... with Children episodes

This is a list of episodes for the seventh season (1992–93) of the television series Married... with Children.

In this season, the writers introduced Seven (played by Shane Sweet) in an attempt to give the Bundys a third child. When the audience was unreceptive, he was removed from the series with no explanation other than being left at the D'Arcys' (Seven was last seen being told a bedtime story in "Peggy and the Pirates"). There is, however, a subtle reference to him in Season 8, episode 22, when he appears as the missing child on a carton of milk. Bud also loses his virginity during this season and he makes his first appearance with a beard (which was mistaken for dirt in the episode where Bud first notices he's growing a beard). Steve Rhoades also makes another guest appearance during this season, also Dan Castellaneta, as does Michael Faustino.[2]

Episodes[edit]

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Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production
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132 1 "Magnificent Seven" Gerry Cohen Arthur Silver September 13, 1992 7.01
Peg's cousins (played by Linda Blair and Bobcat Goldthwait) visit and end up leaving behind their son, Seven (Shane Sweet).
133 2 "T-R-A-Something-Something Spells Tramp" Gerry Cohen Ron Leavitt & Ellen L. Fogle September 20, 1992 7.02
After Kelly gets ditched in the middle of nowhere by her date (played by Corey Feldman), she meets other girls who have been ditched 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.
134 3 "Every Bundy Has a Birthday" Gerry Cohen Richard Gurman September 27, 1992 7.03
The Bundys try to celebrate Seven's birthday in the park, but must face off against a snooty rich family who rented the park to have a birthday party for their son.
135 4 "Al On the Rocks" Gerry Cohen Andrew Smith October 4, 1992 7.04
Peg coddles a sick Seven and kicks everyone out the house who may be a threat to him. To pay for Seven's doctor bill, Al becomes a bartender at a topless bar — where the bartender is the one who's topless.
136 5 "What I Did For Love" Gerry Cohen Ellen L. Fogle October 11, 1992 7.05
Peg buys a multitude of sexy dresses to entice Al (who just wants a steak dinner). Meanwhile Bud is loitering around in a women lingerie store and Kelly gives Peg some advice.
137 6 "Frat Chance" Gerry Cohen Larry Jacobson October 25, 1992 7.06
Bud starts a fraternity with his friends so they can score with women, with little success. Marcy is upset that Jefferson wants to go to his old college fraternity, so Al, Peggy, Marcy and Jefferson try to find a movie to watch.
138 7 "The Chicago Wine Party" Gerry Cohen Stacie Lipp November 1, 1992 7.07
The Bundys get political when Al protests against a two-cent beer tax.
139 8 "Kelly Doesn't Live Here Anymore" Amanda Bearse Gabrielle Topping November 8, 1992 7.08
Kelly gets a job as a diner waitress, which upsets Peg, who raised her daughter to get by in life on her looks instead of having to work. In spite of the initial hitches, Kelly starts doing the job well. Michael Faustino guests.
140 9 "Rock of Ages" Gerry Cohen Al Aidekman November 15, 1992 7.09

The Bundys sneak onto the first class section of an airplane as rock stars and meet many other famous rock stars.

Guest stars: Spencer Davis, Richie Havens, Robby Krieger, Mark Lindsay, Peter Noone, and John Sebastian.
141 10 "Death of a Shoe Salesman" Gerry Cohen Stacie Lipp November 22, 1992 7.10
Al buys a cemetery plot next to his favorite Western star. Peg decides to get a plot near him, but when it gets too expensive, finds a better solution. Seven has moved in with Marcy & Jefferson.
142 11 "Old College Try" Gerry Cohen Dianne Burroughs, Joey Gutierrez & P. Sharon December 13, 1992 7.11
Bud receives a $25,000 grant for college and prepares to move out. Al and Peggy discover the money, and believing it to be a bank error in their favor, immediately draw it out and spend it as fast as they can.
143 12 "Christmas" Gerry Cohen Ellen L. Fogle December 20, 1992 7.12
While at a bar, Al reminisces about his past Christmases with his family. When he is forced to get gifts he takes up many part time jobs. But he ends up giving them gifts from the Ray's bar.
144 13 "The Wedding Show" Gerry Cohen Arthur Silver January 10, 1993 7.13
While preparing to go to a relative's wedding, Bud has sex with the bride (Joey Lauren Adams) — whose groom is a big, angry man (Cousin Jimmy, who will appear in episode 25 of this season); Kelly spends time with the bridesmaids; and Al impatiently waits for Peg to find the right wedding attire.
145 14 "It Doesn't Get Any Better Than This" Sam W. Orender Michael G. Moye January 24, 1993 7.14
Peggy and Marcy ruin Al's fishing trip by constantly fighting with each other. Meanwhile, Jefferson and the kids spend Marcy's money on food, massage & women.
146 15 "Heels on Wheels" Gerry Cohen Stacie Lipp February 7, 1993 7.15
Al worries about Kelly's safety when Kelly buys a motorcycle for herself. Bud volunteers for all girls art school to pose in buff. Peg loves riding on it because it pleasures her. Al daydreams of adventures on the motorcycle but ends up in an accident.
147 16 "Mr. Empty Pants" Gerry Cohen George Tricker February 14, 1993 7.16
Peggy becomes famous for her cartoon of Al called "Mr. Empty Pants". When Al gets selected for the centerfold of Playgirl, she gets jealous.
148 17 "You Can't Miss" Amanda Bearse Joel Valentincic & Scott Zimbler February 21, 1993 7.17
Bud appears on a Dating Game-style game show; hosted by (Bill Maher); to win the affection of a girl (Chantel Dubay) who would rather date the show's hunk than Bud. Meanwhile, Al and Peg fight in a battle of wills over who will fall asleep first, and Kelly thinks there's a conspiracy against her when she confuses one day for another.
149 18 "Peggy and the Pirates" Gerry Cohen Richard Gurman February 28, 1993 7.18
Peggy tells Seven a story of love and blood on the high seas (with the Bundys, the D'Arcys, and Marcy's ex-husband Steve as pirates).
150 19 "Go For the Old" Gerry Cohen Stacie Lipp March 14, 1993 7.19
When Al is mistaken for a senior citizen, he manages to get a senior discount card, which he immediately begins to abuse. He then enters an athletic competition for seniors.
151 20 "Un-Alful Entry" Amanda Bearse Larry Jacobson March 28, 1993 7.20
A burglar (Randall "Tex" Cobb) breaks into the Bundy house, only to be fondled by Al who mistakes him for Peggy in the dark. The burglar objects and threatens Al, who realizes his mistake and attacks the burglar, subduing him. Al is briefly a neighborhood hero, but soon finds himself on the receiving end of the burglar's personal injury lawsuit.
152 21 "Movie Show" Gerry Cohen Ellen L. Fogle April 11, 1993 7.21
Al's scheme to get everyone out of doing something for Kelly's birthday backfires when she chooses to break off a date with her boyfriend and go to the movies with the family.
153 22 "'Til Death Do Us Part" Gerry Cohen Stacie Lipp April 25, 1993 7.22
Al's lack of performance in the bedroom makes him the laughingstock of the town, so Al sets his mind on getting back in shape. He finally rocks Peg's world.
154 23 "Tis Time to Smell the Roses" Gerry Cohen Kevin Curran May 2, 1993 7.23
Al plans on retiring early, but Peggy spends too much money shopping and he must get a job at Homeplate Athletic Shoes. He tries to buy it, but fails thanks to Peg. He buys lottery tickets with the rest of the money($6,000), but loses and ends up in his old job.
155 24 "Old Insurance Dodge" Gerry Cohen Larry Jacobson May 9, 1993 7.24
Al tries to scam the insurance company when the Dodge is stolen. He borrows cars from dealers to "check it out" and drives around cool cars for a while. Finally when the insurance money turns up, the stolen car is also found.
156 25 "Wedding Repercussions" Gerry Cohen Arthur Silver May 16, 1993 7.25
Following the events from "The Wedding Show," Bud's cousin returns to find out who slept with his wife before the wedding. Al gives Bud some advice and Kelly threatens to tell Bud's cousin the truth.
157 26 "The Proposition" Gerry Cohen Arthur Silver May 23, 1993 7.26
Al's old girlfriend (played by Wheel of Fortune's Vanna White) wants to buy Al from Peggy for $500,000. It makes Peg realize how much she really loves her husband.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Season 7 DVD set at TVShowsOnDVD.com
  2. ^ Andreas, Carl (April 10, 2001). "Changes throughout the Seasons". Bundyology. Retrieved 2007-09-09.