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"Married... with Who" (0512)

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Episode title: Married... with Who?
Episode production code: 0512

Episode # in production code order: 92
Episode # in true US premiere order: 91
Episode # in old US premiere order: 92

US premiere date: January 6, 1991
US premiere time: 9 pm

Taping date: December 14, 1990

Written by Ellen L. Fogle
Directed by Gerry Cohen

First camera shot: Bud and Kelly are talking insistently to Al.

Synopsis: After boozing it up at a party, Marcy wakes up wearing a wedding ring, and in bed next to her new husband. Unfortunately, she doesn't remember a thing about it. The husband turns out to be ex-swindler Jefferson D'Arcy (played by returning Ted McGinley), which makes her name now Marcy D'Arcy.

No guest cast credited

General note: First episode with Ted McGinley in the regular cast. Bud plays soccer for the "Reepers". Lake Chicamocomico was mentioned in "Nightmare on Al's Street" (0112) before and it will reappear in "Weenie Tot Lovers and Other Strangers" (0517). I didn't find a like like that so far, but in the North Carolina town of Rodanthe on Pea Island, there's the restored Chicamocomico Lifesaving Station from the late 1880s, and there is a Chicamacomico River in Maryland between Cambridge and Salisbury, or more precise between Salem and Vienna on the US Highway 50.

Music: The Andy Griffith Show theme.

References: The episode title is self-referential.

Goofs: while playing "charades", Al throws his hands in the air shouting "Right!" and a thump us heard - probably he hit the microphone. When Marcy says to Al: "You're a cheat, a thief and a liar!," her flower-veil-arrangement around the bottom of her hair falls off. The next shot you see of her, after Al's line, the veil has magically reappeared.

Transcript: Available at Ade Bundy's Internet MWC DataBase and Married with Children... All Things Episodic.

The Wedding

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