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Regular Cast:

Ed O'Neill..................Al Bundy
Katey Sagal.................Peggy Bundy
Amanda Bearse...............Marcy D'Arcy
Christina Applegate.........Kelly Bundy
David Faustino..............Bud Bundy
Ted McGinley................Jefferson D'Arcy
Lucky the Dog...............Lucky

Guest Cast:

Charles Esten...............Lonnie
Edie McClurg................Mrs. Tot
Gordon Jump.................Mr. Tot
Harold Sylvester............Griff
Lauren Hays.................Susie
Mason Dragotto..............Jennifer
Rance Howard................Reverend
Rena Riffel.................Stripper #1
T. L. Brooke................Tatum Tot


The Bundy living room.
Bud is sitting down writing a letter to his imprisoned pen pal.

BUD    [thinking out loud] Dear Starla, How are things in solitary? Is it true that they throw
       you in the hole naked? Anxiously awaiting your reply, Bud.

 Kelly is arguing with Al. Al follows Kelly across the room and they stop behind the couch.
 Peggy is idly sitting on the couch.

KELLY  Daddy, I love Lonnie, and I'll die if I can't have him.

AL     Suit yourself, a funeral's cheaper than a wedding.

 Bud stands up.

BUD    Dad, don't worry; Kelly can't wait for Lonnie to get out of prison, I mean, she cheats on
       a guy if he takes too long in a bathroom.

 Kelly slaps Bud's arm. 
 The doorbell rings and Kelly goes to answer it.

AL     Good point, Son. Besides, he's a vicious criminal, they probably locked him up for life.

 Kelly opens the door and Lonnie bursts in.

LONNIE They turned me loose! They said the prison was too overcrowded!

 Lonnie and Kelly hug passionately.

AL     God forbid prisoners don't have enough leg room.

PEGGY  Awww, look how much he loves her.

AL     The man's just got out of prison, Peg. He'd be happy kissing anything without stubble.

LONNIE Sir, I have come to ask for your daughter's hand.

KELLY  Is that all?

BUD    Yeah, why stop there? No one else does.

AL     I just...

 Al raises his hand to Bud, and Bud cowers down.

LONNIE [to Al] Well, Sir, I may not be the smartest man in the world, or the most successful,
       [turns to face Kelly] but I love your daughter and I would give my life for her.

AL     Deal!

 Al starts to strangle Lonnie. Kelly tries to pry Al's hands from Lonnie's throat.

KELLY  Dad, what are you doing?? Get your hands...

 Peggy races around the couch and pulls Al from Lonnie.

LONNIE He tried to strangle me!?

KELLY  Well, that's just how we show affection.


 Lonnie returns the compliment to Al.

KELLY  Hey, Mom, you see that shade of blue that Dad's turning? Now, don't you think that would
       be a good color for the bridesmaid's dresses?

PEGGY  Er, actually, I was thinking a little more purplely... [looks at Al] there, that's it!

 Lonnie releases his stranglehold and Al gasps for air.

LONNIE Oh, speaking of the wedding; I almost forgot. [Produces a small box from his pocket] 
       Kelly, this is for you.

 Lonnie opens the box to reveal an engagement ring.
 Peggy pushes Al aside and snatches the ring from Lonnie.

PEGGY  Oh, that is the biggest Cubiczirconia I've ever seen!

KELLY  A genuine Cubiczirconia?? Oh, Lonnie! Oh.

 Kelly and Peggy rush to the kitchen breakfast table. Peggy switches on a bright light and
 examines the diamond with a jeweller's magnifier.
 Al leads Lonnie to the front door.

AL     You stole my daughter an engagement ring, and it's not even a real diamond!?

 Al slams Lonnie into the front door.

LONNIE [dazed] Sir, I love Kelly very much and I promise you she'll be very happy as Mrs. Lonnie

 Al slams Lonnie into the door again.

AL     Wait a second... Did you say your name was "Tot"?

LONNIE [still dazed] I don't know... Did I?

AL     TOT, as in THE Tots? Owner of Tot Industries? Makers of Weenie Tots; nature's most perfect

LONNIE Yeah, that's us.

PEGGY  Al, AL, this ring... IS REAL!

AL     Son!


 Al and Lonnie hug.




 Kelly and Lonnie are sitting on the couch besotted with one another.
 Marcy is sitting next to them, explaining the virtuosity of her bank.

MARCY  ...or perhaps you would prefer our Platinum Elite account? Now, that requires a hundred
       thousand dollar minimum balance, but you get free cheques [holds up a cheque book] and a
       Salad Shooter!

 Kelly and Lonnie ignore Marcy.

LONNIE I love you.

KELLY  I love you.

 Kelly and Lonnie are holding hands, so Marcy jams a pen between their hands and makes a mark on
 a banking contract.


KELLY  I love YOU.

 Marcy takes back the pen.

MARCY  I love you both.

 Marcy kisses the signed contract.
 Peggy comes down the stairs. She is carrying a box under her arm.

PEGGY  Kelly? Kelly? Kelly. [No response, so Peggy waves her hand between the gaze of Kelly and
       Lonnie, but that doesn't work either] Hey, isn't that Big Bird?

 Kelly and Lonnie look quickly towards the TV.

LONNIE Where!?
KELLY  Where!?

PEGGY  Missed him. Now, Kelly, honey, on this very special occasion, [puts the box down on a
       chair] I want you to wear the dress that I wore on the happiest day of my life...
       Unfortunately, the football team kept it, but! [takes a dress, that looks more like a
       jacket, from the box and holds it up] I do have my wedding dress, and it is very nice too.

KELLY  Gee, Mom, it's... What is it?

PEGGY  Genuine Snow Leopard. Isn't it stunning!?

 Kelly looks at Marcy pitifully. Marcy stands up.

MARCY  Er, Peggy, as the wedding co-ordinator, may I suggest something a little less... whorish?

LONNIE Oh, come on, Kelly, we better go color our wedding invitations.

KELLY  Dibs on the texta!
LONNIE Dibs on the texta!

 Kelly and Lonnie run off together.

MARCY  My God! Their children will be Rutabagas.

PEGGY  Yeah, it's possible; root vegetables run in my family.

 Marcy and Peggy sit on the couch.

MARCY  Now, about the wedding dinner; I was thinking an open bar, hors d'oevres and six courses.

PEGGY  Yeah, well, Al was thinking of a cash bar and a cover charge.

MARCY  Well, that's what we're planning for his funeral.

 Marcy and Peggy laugh.



 The Bundy living room is full of girls whom are friends of Kelly's. Peggy is sitting next to
 Kelly, on the couch, while Kelly opens presents. Marcy is collecting up the wrapping paper that
 Kelly discards. Kelly opens a present to reveal a sieve.

KELLY  Ohhhh, thanks. [whispers to Peggy] I can't believe how cheap they are; they got me a bowl
       with holes in it.

PEGGY  Honey, don't be silly, that's not a bowl - it's a hat.

KELLY  Oh? [puts the sieve on her head] OK, thanks.

MARCY  Kelly, you really shouldn't be wearing that.

KELLY  Oh, yeah, right. Bad luck, huh? [takes the sieve off her head] Anyway, you know, it's so
       nice of you guys to give me the shower, and I want to give something to you: my little
       black book.

 Kelly picks up a big, black, heavy book and heaves it onto her lap. All of Kelly's friends
 stroke the book.


 Kelly opens the book and one of Kelly's friends, Susie, reads from it.

SUSIE  Johnny Parker, David Pepochelli, Max Fullman... Hey, that name sounds familiar?

 Another girl, Jennifer, enlightens Susie.

JENIFR Er, that's your father... and, Mr. Owens - our chemistry teacher.

KELLY  Ah, well, I passed, didn't I? I love Lonnie so much that it's worth giving up all those
       guys. Even... page 41.

 Kelly fishes the page from her cleavage.

PEGGY  You know, Honey, I never wanted another man after I met your father. Every time he would
       look at me, I'd get butterflies in my stomach.

KELLY  Ohh, well, does that still happen?

PEGGY  Well, now it's more like a churning, but at least something's going on down there.

KELLY  Ohhh, you guys are still in love, aren't-cha?

PEGGY  Absolutely. You know, after 25 years, we may not be as lovey-dovey, but at least 2 times
       a year; your father makes me feel like a teenager all over again.

MARCY  That's because he has no money and a bad car.

PEGGY  True, but he's still my Prince Charming.



 The Nudie Bar.
 Al is eating a Cheese Noodle. He crushes an empty beer can on his forehead.

AL     Behold the power of Beercules!

 Griff, Al and Jefferson are seated around a table, drinking.

GRIFF  Man, you're blowing a lot of dough, Al. I've never seen you buy a drink... even for

AL     Well, when your part of one of America's wealthiest families, it's your social
       responsibility to show a little class. [shouts out to the waitresses] Hey! Cheese Doodles
       for everyone; the puffy kind!


 The waitresses ignore Al.

AL     Ha, no one listens, just like at home.

 Jefferson draws their attention to someone surrounded by strippers.

JEFFSN Looks like that guy must have more money than you.

AL     Who'd have more money than a Tot-in-law?

 The girls move around and Lonnie is seen.

GRIFF  A Tot in heat.

 Al gets up and goes over to Lonnie.

AL     Hey, what are you doing here?

 Lonnie stands up.

LONNIE Hey, Dad, I'm here every Friday night. I can't believe I've never seen you.

AL     Oh, well, Friday's 'full price' night. But I'm surprised at you; a soon to be married man!

LONNIE Well, you're here, Dad, and you've been married - what - 50, 60 years?

AL     Aww, at least. Yeah, but that's my whole point; I've earned it. See, your future wife
       deserves more respect.

LONNIE Well, what about your wife?

AL     That's different: My wife is my wife, and your wife is my daughter. Go on, get outta here,
       and don't let me catch you here again.

LONNIE But I already paid for a lap dance.

AL     Don't worry, I'll put it to good use.

 Lonnie leaves and Al takes his place on the chair. The girls dance around a delighted Al.

AL     Ahh, the sacrifices I make for this family.



 Al enters the Bundy living room through the front door. He is looking sad.
 Peggy is sitting on the couch and immediately calls out to Al with excitement.

PEGGY  Oh Al, we got a 'welcome to the family' present from the Tots!

AL     Remind me to send them a 'go to Hell' thank you card. There will be no wedding, Peg. [sits
       on the couch with Peg] I saw our former future son-in-law tonight at the nudie bar. He's a
       dog, Peg.

PEGGY  Al, you go to the nudie-bar all the time and you don't cheat on me??

AL     That's right! Because I show the nudie bar it's due respect. A man looks, drools, dreams,
       but he does not cheat!

PEGGY  Technically, they're not even married yet.

AL     They are engaged, and that's the same thing. An engagement ring is circular, it means...
       out of circulation.

 Bud enters through the back door. He is carrying a pair of pliers.

BUD    Well, it's all hooked up! Dad, did you see our great gift that our in-laws sent us?

AL     They're not going to be our in-laws.

BUD    You lie!

PEGGY  Your father thinks that Lonnie's cheating on Kelly.

 Bud sits on the arm of the couch.

BUD    Mom, Dad, there's a rumor floating around town, that Kelly herself is no longer a virgin.
       A rumor that's been a-floatin' since '79.

 Al stands up.

AL     I know that er, Kelly has sewn a few wild oats, among God knows what other things, but I
       cannot knowingly allow my Pumpkin to marry a rogue and a scoundrel!

 Bud stands up and walks over to Al.

BUD    He's not, Dad, he can't be, he's a Tot. Tots are good people. Would bad people send us a
       gift like... [produces a large remote control unit from his pocket] this??

AL     What is it?

BUD    It's a big screen projector, Dad. Isn't that worth the small sacrifice that we laughingly
       call "Kelly"?

PEGGY  No, Bud, your Dad's right. We can't sacrifice our only daughter's happiness; even for a
       big screen TV.

AL     Exactly! How big?

BUD    It's 10 feet wide, Dad.

AL     10 feet???

BUD    And they sent over a laserdisk player too, with a movie, Dad. A John Wayne movie.

AL     THE DUKE??? [sits down on the couch] I'm sorry, we're just gonna have to send it back.

 Bud rushes over to Al and stands behind the couch.

BUD    Er, let's not lose our heads here Dad. Now, do you have any proof of your accusations?

AL     Well, no.

BUD    Shame, Dad. Shame, shame, shame.

PEGGY  You know, Bud's right, Al.

AL     Well, I, I'm not sure.

BUD    Let's just ask The Duke.

 Bud presses a button on the remote control, and a huge screen lowers down across the whole width
 of the room.

AL     My Lord in Heaven. Ooh, I've seen this one. This is where The Duke kills a whole bunch of
       Indians, who are really asking for it.

 Kelly enters through the front door. She seems very happy.

KELLY  Hello family.

BUD    Look who's here. Kelly, I think Dad has something he'd like to say to you.

KELLY  What is it, Daddy?

AL     Kelly! [Bud increases the volume of the John Wayne movie to a deafening level] Kelly, go
       to your room. All of you... go to your rooms.

 The others leave. Bud gently hands the remote control to Al.



 The Bundy Backyard. It is fully decorated for Kelly's wedding.
 Griff is showing a long line of Kelly's old (now saddened) boyfriends to their seats.

GRIFF  Friend of the bride. Friend of the bride. I think you know where to sit.

 Jefferson is taping the event with a video camera.

JEFFSN Wedding video: Kelly's first marriage. [turns the camera on himself and speaks with an
       accent] Un film di Jefferson D'Arcy. [a young lady passes by and Jefferson focuses the
       camera on her] Ah, yes, luckily I have my bazoom lens. [the camera zooms in for a hooter
       close-up] Hey oww hey ow. [the camera shakes, Marcy appears angrily mouthing words, then
       she storms off] There's the villain of our little story.

 Peggy is standing next to Al.

PEGGY  Al, I don't see any of my Wanker relatives here. Didn't you send out the invitations?

AL     Well, of course I did, Pookie.

 Jefferson's camera is pointing at Lucky digging up the garden.

JEFFSN Hey, hey, what you got there, boy?

 Lucky runs off and Jefferson zooms in to an unearthed pile of wedding invitations.
 Marcy enters with Mr. and Mrs. Tot. She takes them over to meet Al and Peggy.

MARCY  Al, Peggy, I'd like you to meet the Tots. I've just been telling them about the wonderful
       investment opportunities at Kyoto National Bank.

AL     [whispers to Marcy] There's a line to kiss their ass. And it starts behind me, so while
       you're back there, why don't you kiss mine too!

MARCY  Enjoy the wedding.

 Marcy hurries away.

MR TOT Hi, I'm Earl Tot.

 Shakes Al's hand.

MRSTOT And I'm Pearl Tot.

 Shakes Al's hand.

AL     And I'm Al Bundy.

MR TOT Er, Who's this pretty little creature?

AL     Where? [Peggy elbows Al in the ribs] Ow! Oh this, this creature. Well, this here's Peg.

MRSTOT You have such a lovely home. It reminds me of when we started out. Earl had nothing but
       two pounds of cow lips, a bucket of nitrates and a dream.

PEGGY  You know, that's funny. Al had all that; except for the dream... and the bucket.

MRSTOT Well, just being here, just brings tears to my eyes.

PEGGY  Al, I told you to close your hamper.

 Mr. and Mrs. Tot go to their seats. Bud and Lonnie enter the backyard.

BUD    So, Lonnie, tell me again; what does your sister look like?

LONNIE Well, kinda like her... [points to the big hootered girl that Jefferson was video-taping]
       but with bigger waloobies.

BUD    I think we may just be related twice.

 Lonnie and Bud notice Mr. and Mrs. Tot.

LONNIE Oh, Mamma, Daddy, this is Bud. Remember? He's the one I told you would be perfect for


 Mr. Tot notices his daughter, Tatum.

MR TOT Here's my little Sugar Bear, now.

 Tatum waves to Lonnie.

TATUM  Lonnie!

 Lonnie waves back.


 Bud is mortified at the sight of the barrel-shaped dwarf.

BUD    I thought you said she had big waloobies??

LONNIE Oh, she does. In my family, "waloobies" is a pet-name for "butt cheeks".

TATUM  You're right, Lonnie, he's a cutie-pie.

 Tatum grabs at Bud and holds him in a bear hug. Bud struggles to break free. 

MRSTOT [to Mr. Tot] Now don't they make a darling couple?

BUD    [still struggling] She makes a "darling couple" all by herself.

 Mr. Tot gets up and goes over to Al.

MR TOT Al, er, if we get both our kids hitched, I'd have to make you a partner.

AL     [quickly] Er, attention everyone! I would like to announce the engagement of my son!

BUD    Damn you, Dad!

 Bud breaks free of Tatum's clutches and runs away. Tatum chases after him.



 The Bundy Living Room.
 Lonnie is fixing his bow-tie as he walks into the kitchen.
 Al and Peg are standing behind the couch as Marcy bursts in from the backyard.

MARCY  Come on, people, we have a wedding to do! Now, Al, go check on the bride, and remember,
       when you walk down the isle... try to walk upright.

AL     No problem. I only double over when I see YOU.

 Al runs upstairs.

PEGGY  Oh, Marcy, I have more butterflies now than I did for my own wedding.

MARCY  Mmmm, I would have thought you would have been nauseous for your wedding?

PEGGY  Well, I was that too, but that was from morning sickness.

 Griff enters and walks up to Peggy.

GRIFF  Hey, Peg, you look great! Can I take you out now?

PEGGY  Griff, we have a wedding to go to! But you can call me tomorrow.

GRIFF  I was talking about taking you to your seat.

PEGGY  Oh, hahahaha, sure. [chuckles]

 Griff escorts Peggy to the backyard. Marcy runs around like a headless chicken.

MARCY  Now, where is my Best Man and my Maid of Honor???

 Bud scrambles in through the basement door. He is in a blind panic and his jacket is ripped to


 Bud looks around and bolts out of the back door. Tatum explodes in from the basement.

TATUM  Come back here! I haven't finished that hickey!

 Tatum spots Bud escaping through the backyard and gives chase.
 Lonnie is still trying to fix his bow-tie.

LONNIE [to Marcy] She moves a lot faster since she lost all that weight.

MARCY  Oh, here, let me help you with that. [straightens Lonnie's tie] Okay, that's good. Gee,
       you look very handsome.

LONNIE Well, thank you, Mrs. D'Arcy. You look handsome too.

MARCY  "Pretty".

LONNIE Well, thank you again. You look pretty too.

 Marcy and Lonnie sit on the couch.

MARCY  Ha-ha. Listen, Lonnie, I want you to know that I want to be more than just your banker. I
       want to be your friend. So if you ever need or want anything; I'm available.

LONNIE Well, that's good, 'cause I gotta tell you; there's something about a little bony banker
       that really turns me on.

 Lonnie lays on top of Marcy on the couch and disappear from view. We hear a slap and Marcy
 stands up.


LONNIE That'll only take a few minutes. What are doing after?

MARCY  Not you!!

 Marcy slaps him.

 Marcy enters the backyard looking upset, closely followed by an embarrassed Lonnie.
 The wedding music starts and Al walks Kelly down the isle.

TATUM  Your sister looks beautiful, Bud.

BUD    The white dress is a bit of a stretch.

TATUM  It wouldn't be on me.

BUD    Oh, I think it would be.

 Bud takes his seat, next to Peggy. Marcy and Jefferson are sitting behind them. Marcy whispers
 to Jefferson about what happened with Lonnie. Jefferson passes the word to Griff. Kelly and
 Lonnie are holding hands in front of the Reverend, ready to make their wedding vows.

REVRND Dearly beloved, we are gathered together to join this man and woman in holy matrimony.
       [the word about Lonnie and Marcy reaches Peggy] If anyone can show just cause why they may
       not be joined together; let him speak now, or forever hold his peace.

 Peggy runs over to Al and whispers in his ear.

AL     Okay, that's it, this wedding's off!

REVRND Oh, good. [checking his watch] I still have time to make the Adelstein funeral.

 The Reverend leaves.

KELLY  Daddy! You're ruining my wedding!

PEGGY  [pointing at Lonnie] HE'S ruining your wedding. How dare you.

 MR. and Mrs. Tot stand up.

MR TOT How dare he what?

AL     I now have proof that this no good idiot jail-bird, while coming from a fine upstanding
       Weenie family, is a two-timing snake.

 Marcy appears behind Al.

MARCY  Here here!

MRSTOT What are you yammering about??? Our son has done nothing wrong.

AL     Your boy, Madam, who I like to refer to as "Dumbard", is still hitting on good looking

 The scowl on Marcy's face turns to a wry smile.

MARCY  Thanks, Al.

AL     And on top of all that, he's just hit on one that looks like a man!

 Marcy's smile fades and she walks away.

MR TOT Is that all? Lonnie, here, is just, oh, you know, fickle.

MRSTOT Sure, who cares?

KELLY  Well, I care.

LONNIE You do?

KELLY  Yeah!

LONNIE Well, now that I think about it, it kinda upset my other wives, too.

KELLY  Your "other" wives!? [to the Tots] His, OTHER wives???

MR TOT Er, well, I said he was fickle. All of us Tots are. I've been married 5 times, myself.

MRSTOT And I got a boyfriend.

AL     So that's the kind of low life scum you people are. No respect for the torturous sanctity
       of marriage. Well, let me tell you something. We Bundys may have our faults... [everyone
       sounds an agreement] we believe that marriage should be forever - no matter how pitiful or
       disgusting it may be to wake up with the same horrifying face each day, that's what the
       marriage vows are all about! Anyone who can't stand the nagging, bonbon-eating heat,
       should stay out of the whining sex-starved kitchen.

PEGGY  You tell 'em, Al!

 Bud gets up and stands next to Peggy.

BUD    Er, Mom, he just called you fat and whiny.

PEGGY  Oh? Well, I just heard the part about staying out of the kitchen.

MRSTOT Lonnie, we do not have to take this, we are Tots.

LONNIE Gee, I'm sorry, Kelly. You sure you don't wanna be a Tot?

KELLY  You, know, I'd never thought I'd ever say this, but, right now I'd rather be a Bundy, so
       [Kelly pokes out her tongue] nnnn.

 The Tots leave and most of the wedding guests get up to go, too.

BUD    Thanks, Dad, there went my last chance at unlimited wealth. Unless... 

 Bud looks around an sees Tatum, who blows him a kiss.

BUD    [nearly in tears] No, I just can't do it!

 Bud breaks down crying. He sits down and covers his tears.

PEGGY  [to Kelly] Are you OK, Honey?

KELLY  Yeah, I guess so. You know, I'm gonna miss Lonnie, but at least I have something that'll
       always remind me of him.

AL     The 10,000 dollar wedding debt?

KELLY  No, Daddy, that's, that's yours. I got this... [holds up her hand and shows off her
       engagement ring] and, of course, my loved ones to console me.

 Bud stands up.

BUD    Yeah, we're here for ya, Kel.

KELLY  Not you...

 Kelly runs back a few yards to a crowd of her old boyfriends.

KELLY  Them!

 The guys surround Kelly and she smiles happily.


         Thank you, Married... with Children
         For Eleven Great Seasons
         And A Million Laughs

Consulting Producer  Richard Gurman
Co-Executive Producers  Vince Cheung
                        Ben Montanio
                        Russell Marcus
Executive Producer  Pamela Eells

Directed by  Gerry Cohen
Teleplay by  Russell Marcus
             Pamela Eells
Story by  Vince Cheung
          Ben Montanio
Created by  Michael G. Moye
            Ron Leavitt
Co-Producer  Michael Greenspon
Produced by  John Maxwell Anderson
Creative Consultants  Alan Eisenstock
                      Larry Mintz
Executive Story Editors  Steve Faber
                         Bob Fisher
Story Editors  Valerie Ahern
               Christian McLaughlin
Story Editors  Matthew Berry
               Eric Abrams
Casting by  Rick Millikan C.S.A.
Associate Director  Sam W. Orender
Stage Managers  Richard Draney
                Stephanie Scott
                Sal Baldomar
Music by  Jonathan Wolff
Art Director  Richard Improta
Assistant Art Director  Alex Fuller
Edited by  Larry Harris
           Lee Gray
Script Supervisor  Kitty Rourke
Production Co-ordinator  Carl Studebaker
                         Carson G. Smith
Technical Director  Robert A. Bowen
Director of Photography  Dan Kuleto
Audio  J. Mark King
       Randy Faustino
       Scott Glickman
       Alan Zema
Cameras  Steve Casaly
         Bettina Levesque
         Jim Lunsford
         Dennis Turner
Re-recording  Roy Pahlman
              John Bickelhaupt
Production Staff  Peter Alexander
                  Nina Berry
                  Zuzana Cernik
                  Cyndi Hogle
                  Christy Latusek
                  Gloria Velasquez
                  Brandon Wainwright
Casting Associate  Stacy Wise
Costumes  Marti M. Squyers
Property Master  Michael Semon
Make-up  Kathy Rogers
Hair Stylist  Dottie McQuown
Dog Trainer  Steven Ritt
Copyright 1997 ELP Communications.

Originally transcribed by Ade Bundy
Revised by Marriedaniac


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