Married with Children... All Things Episodic



"'Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, no food was a stirring, not 
even a mouse. The stockings were hung 'round dad's neck like a tie, along with a note 
that read presents or die! Children were plotting all night in their beds, while the 
wife's constant whining was splitting his head. Then suddenly, Santa appeared, a sneer 
on his face, booze on his beard. Santa, I said as he laughed merrily, you do so much for 
others, do something for me. Bundy, he said, you only sell shoes. Your son is a sneak 
theif, your daughters a flooze. Ho ho, Santa said, do I mention your wife? Her hair's 
like an A-Bomb, her hairs like a knife. As he went up the chimney, that fat piece of 
dung, he mooned me two times, he stuck out his tongue. Then I heard him exclaim, as he 
broke wind with glee, your married with children, you'll never be free!"  Al

Whoa, that took a while to type. A parody of one of the greatest Christmas movies of all 
time, It's A Wonderful Life, It's A Bundyful Life covers the same kind of storyline. 
Al has no idea why he is alive, or what his purpose is on the world, so he is visited by 
his guardian angel (RIP Sam Kinison), who shows him what it would be like if he were never 
born. Peg was cooking, Bud had women, and Kelly was smart. Also, check out Jefferson in 
this episode in the guest cast.
Good episode.
Rating: 10 out of 10 for both parts...

By Justice


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