The Original Alcyclopedia
Version 1.6 *** 5th July 1998 *** 1269 Entries

0 the number of the Bundys' children (according to Peg on the Polk High School Reunion) [317]
0 $ the money that the Bundys got from the Hop-On-Inn [308]
00 number on Bud's t-shirt (New Market Mallers) [211]
1 the number of toilets in the house of the Bundys before Al got his Ferguson [305]
1 ¢ the money that Al earns by selling a 20 $-shoe (after tax and Peg) [312]
10 $
(1) the price in order to watch Tiffany doing aerobics on Thursday [212]
(2) the money Griff got from Gary for Al's idea for an aerobics studio [1001]
(3) the money that Bill Clinton sent to the Church of No Ma'am [1004]
100 $ the money that Kelly wanted from Al for a Python-snake [305]
1000 $
(1) the money Kelly got as a weather bunny [419]
(2) the money Candy got for participating in the "You Can't Miss"-show [717]
(3) the price for Tweety [1003]
10000 $
(1) the money that the Rhoades got from the Hop-On-Inn [308]
(2) the money Kelly could win against Slick Stick Jackson [604]
(3) the money that could be won by the person on seat 2, block 8, line B (= Peg) with a free-throw [801]
(4) the money that could be won in the show "Touchdown Trivia" [823]
(5) the money Al won for his movie "Sheos" at the Hammond Indiana Film Festival [925]
1000000 miles on the tachometer of the Dodge [817]
1000000 $
(1) the money that the Rhoades and the Bundys wanted from the Hop-On-Inn for their illegal recordings [308]
(2) Steve's sum insured [310]
1000000000000 $ the money the Bundys wanted to sue fogr because of a car crash [503]
11
(1) number of murdered people in Dumpwater/Florida since 1962 [203] ?
(2) number on Peggy's t-shirt (New Market Mallers) [211]
110 Al's third number for Johnny B. Goods [113]
111 the price for four records by Yodelin' Andy [216]
11th May 1972 the last day that a popcorn pack (which Peg prepared in 1988) should have been sold [302]
11th July 1948 Al's birthday [720]
1 $ 19 ¢ the price for normal chickens [305]
12
(1) the number of Al's hair on his head according to Peg [310]
(2) variation of Al's number as a football player [523]
1200 $
(1) the price for a computer; the store didn't want to reduce the price, so Steve decided on not buying this type of computer (for the Bundys) [319]
(2) the money Al had to pay for Buck's funeral [1003]
12000 $ the money that Carlos had to pay for Al's doghouse [1022]
1 $ 25 ¢ the price for a hair-do by Tony [310]
1250 $ the money that Al won at a horse-race [221]
1, 2, C the first three numbers (according to Kelly) [422]
12th April Peg's birthday [1116, month also in 703]
130 the points of Bud (bowling) [209]
1-312-555-SCAM phone number of Pest Boys Extermination Co. [819, 901]
14
(1) number on Al's t-shirt (New Market Mallers) [211]
(2) number on Al's sport dress [504] ?
14th February 1987 the wedding day of Marcy and Steve [217]
1 $ 49 ¢ the price for tuna fish on a commercial [307]
15 $
(1) the price for jewels for Peg bought by Al [110]
(2) the price in order to watch Tiffany taking a sun-bath and jogging [212]
150 $ the money that Al takes from Steve; Steve didn't want that Marcy knows that he got this money from a horse-race [221]
17 $ 34 Al's tax refund [826]
170 the points of Steve Rhoades (bowling) [209]
1750 $ the price for a huge tent in order to combat termites; it costs 1750 $ because the house has a floor, rooms and windows [218]
18 Al's age on the day of marriage [1118]
1-800-4-KILLER phone number of The Mob [1014]
1-800-LEGS-UP phone number of Pest Boys Extermination Co. [808]
1-800-NO-DATE a hotline for Bud (according to Kelly) [316]
1-800-OLD-ROCK phone number of the "Old Aid" project [709]
1-800-ZIPP-UP phone number of the Virgin Hotline [907]
18th February 2011 the day "Hondo" is broadcasted the next time [824]
18th November 1966, 4:00 pm the day Al scored "four touchdowns in a single game" with the Panthers against Andrew Johnson High [318, year also in 304, 516, 615]
1-900-YUMMY phone number of the hotline where Peg's mother worked [1012]
1900 $ the price of the Bundys' computer; original price: 2100 $ [319]
1908 the wedding year of Al and Peg (according to Al) [810]
1957 the year when Al took the book "The Little Engine That Could" [302]
1965 the year where Al was "Rookie-Of-The-Year Shoe Salesman" [302]
1967 the year a couple has been murdered in Dump Water/Florida for the first time [202]
1 $ 97 ¢ the money that Al earns by selling a 20 $-shoe (before tax and Peg) [312]
1971
(1) the wedding year of Al and Peg [not confirmed, indicated in 217]
(2) the model of Al's car (according to Mr. Shimokava) [1020]
1972 five years after 1967 another couple has been murdered in Dump Water/Florida [202]
1974 the year Al bought his Dodge [724]
1977 another couple has been murdered in Dump Water; exactly 5 years after the last one [202]
1979 the year Kelly had her first boyfriend [1124]
198 Al's fourth number for Johnny B. Goods [113]
1982 people have been murdered in Dump Water [202]
1983 the year when Al had problems with dandruff [310]
1986 the year when all the "Aurora White" toilet paper was sold out, so that Al went crazy [618]
1987 the year the Bundys went to Dump Water/Florida; five years after the last murder [202]
2
(1) the number of dreams Al had as a young man: to be an astronaut in order to land on the planet Jane Mansfield and to have his own toilet [305]
(2) the number of toilets in the house of the Bundys after Al build his own toilet-room in the garage [305]
2 ¢ beer-tax increase [707]
200 the points of Didi Stones (bowling) [209]
21 the number of Al's and Peg's room (Poppy's By The Tree) [202]
21 mph the speed of the wind on 18th November 1966 [318]
2163 $ the money Al had to pay, because the lend out the book "The Little Engine That Could" for 31 years [302]
2C1835 the number of Al's driving license [720]
2nd September 1978 the day Al got his driving license [720]
22 the number of Kelly's and Bud's room (Poppy's By The Tree) [203]
22nd January 1974 Bud's birthday [703, year not confirmed]
225 $ 75 ¢ the money the Bundys had to pay in a restaurant, but Al has forgotten his billfold [311]
23
(1) the day of Al's birthday (according to Peg) [110]
(2) the day of the Bundys' marriage (according to Peg) [110]
(3) number of the Bundys' children (officially) [415]
235 $ telephone bill [205]
23 $ 50 ¢ the money that Al has spent for a satellite dish [1014]
237 $ the money that the Bundys got because of the death of Henry Wanker [311] ?
25 % the interests of the Al's credit in order to pay for their computer [319]
2524 variation of the D'Arcys' house number [1101]
27th November 1972 Kelly's birthday [703, year not confirmed]
275 $ the price for Al's fishing-gear [110]
3 number of hooters of a Martian babe; Al: "Men see UFO's because they have to. It's our way out. It's the only thing that keeps me going. Hopefully it will be on garbage day. A beautiful Martian babe with three hooters will come out. She'll say: »I can't speak. I have no parents and I don't know what good sex is«." [303]
30
(1) the age when Al left the school (according to Peg) [318]
(2) the price for Al's life (according to himself) [319]
3000 $ Marcy's tax refund [826]
3 $ 25/hour Al's payment [612]
33 Al's number as a full-back [520, 601, 613, 615, 621, 626, 722, 910, 1114]
3 ½ minutes length of "Sheos" [925]
34th November entry in Kelly's dairy [922]
35 $ 95 ¢ one of Peg's bills from Ten Little Toe-Nails [106]
36 C Peg's bra size [306]
380 pounds weight of Peg's mother [623] ?
3 $ 95 ¢ the money that Al wanted to pay for flowers for Peg's birthday [306]
40 $
(1) the price for a dog-collar for Buck bought by Kelly [216]
(2) the money people wanted to give Al for his Dodge [817]
400 $ the money Kelly needed for a school for models [506]
4000 $ the money Al wanted for his Dodge [817]
44 the number of years Ms. De Groot worked in the Oakwood Library [302]
5 $ the price in order to watch Tiffany [212]
5 $/week Al's increase in salary [419]
50 Al's second number for Johnny B. Goods [113]
50 $
(1) the money Al had to pay for a security lamp that was so bright that he couldn't sleep [205]
(2) the special price for a whole week watching Tiffany including popcorn [212]
(3) the money that Steve won at a horse-race [221]
(4) the money the insurance wanted to pay for the stolen Dodge [724]
500 $ the price of Peggy's blue dress for the Polk High School Reunion [317]
500000 $ the money Coco wanted to give Peg for Al [726]
51 Al's football number [420]
555-2331 the phone number of Vickie, one of Kelly's classmates; she was "The Slut Of The Week" in Kelly's show [609]
555-2878 the Bundys' phone number [304]
555-SHOE the phone number of Dr. Shoe [408]
555-STALLION a phone number called by Peg and Kelly [205]
6 m2 the screen-size of the TV set that the Tots gave to the Bundys [1124] ?
60 the points of Kelly (bowling) [209]
60 $
(1) the price for a hair-do in Al's new salon [310]
(2) the price for a new jacket for Bud [312]
61 CMS 2 the license plate of the Bundy's car (for the state Illinois) [1118]
623 $ the money that Peg (resp. Al) owes Patty Brite Cosmetics [314]
7 the age since when Kelly used to bleach her hair [312]
7 ¢/lbs. the price for Chernobyl Farms chickens [305]
70 $ the money that Peg wanted from Al for a lottery [305]
700 lbs. the weight of Peg's mother [1010] ?
700 $ the money that Peg wanted to spend for a satellite dish [1014]
75 ¢ the money Al earns on a normal day slaving in the shoe mines (according to himself) [319]
75 $ the price for a fishing-rod that Al wanted to buy [106]
78 the number of months Al has to pay for their 1900$-computer (25 % of interests) [319]
79 ¢ the price for the Bundys' TV-guide [618]
796660158 the number of people burned in hell [1120]
79 $ 95 ¢ the price for Lance Pumps [1023]
8 Al's first number for Johnny B. Goods [113]
80 $
(1) the price for a call to Vancouver that Al had to pay, but nobody has called (officially) [205]
(2) the price for the repairing of the refridgerator by Heidi [206]
800000 miles on the tachometer of the Dodge [803]
84 number of murders per "Psycho Dad"-episode (1 hour) [913]
8-Track the system of Al's cassette player; "the last great American sound system"; "8-tracks are to today's stereo systems what a girlfriend is to a wife: an earlier, better version." (Al) [724]; he has following tapes: "Born To Be Wild", "Meet The Four Seasons", "Meet The Supremes" and "The Four Seasons Meet The Supremes" [724]
9 Peg's age on the day of marriage (according to herself) [1118]
937 the number of days the Rhoades are living next to the Bundys (according to Marcy) [319]
9674 variation of the Bundys' house number [404, 408, 413, 414, 501, 503, 509, 510]
97 the age of Tony's father, Al's new barber [310]
9764 the Bundys' house number [112, 211, 213, 402, 513, 514, 517, 519, 521, 524, 608, 609, 620, 621, 625, 704, 713, 714, 720, 721, 722, 725, 804, 807, 811, 815, 824, 912, 922, 1007, 1011, 1022, 1106]; the house is on "ancient Indian shoe burial ground ... it's where the Native Americans would throw their moccasins when they got too stinky" [816]
9766 the D'Arcys' house number
99 ¢ coin an idea of Steve [320]
994678 Griff's number as a "convict"; Officer Dan arrested him because of cannibalism and murder in order to plan undisturbedly the celebration of his 1-year No Ma'am membership [1026]


aarumm noun/syn butter (in Al's archaic language he's using when his mouth is full of food)
ABD expr the alphabet (according to Kelly)
Abdominizer B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Kelly) [723]
Achmed npr a friend of Bud; they went to Fort Lauderdale [1017, 1018]
"A Day In The Life Of A Shoe Salesman" npr title of a movie directed and produced by Al Bundy, co-produced by Kelly Bundy [925]
Adieu! int "A deer, a female deer." (Kelly) [726] (< adieu: bye bye [French])
aesthetically challenged expr ugly (politically correct) [903]
"A Fat Woman Came Into The Shoe Store Today" expr title of a fictional TV-series (used by Bud to name Al's stories of fat women) [801]
Agent Red syn Peg (according to Al); Football Player: "Al Bundy? The all-state Al Bundy?" Al: "I was." Football Player: "I thought you died in 'Nam." Al: "Actually, I started that rumor. I died here at home. A victim of Agent Red." [808]
A-Haps npr a department store [104]
Aida npr an aunt of Marcy [512]
A.J.'s Casketeria npr a bowling team playing against Gary's Angels (Al, Jefferson, Griff, Bob and Bud) [924]
al v/t to shout "Al"; "Peg, you're not allowed to al. There will be no aling for my entire vacation. I am not here." [622]
Al npr
(1) abbreviation for Alfonz or Albert [never confirmed or indicated in the show]
(2) the first syllable of "Alamo" [819] (< Alamo [a place where the US lost a battle])
(3) abbreviation for Alice (according to Jefferson) [1006]
Aladin npr pseudonym for Al (given by the members of No Ma'am) [1112]
Alberto, Alfredo npr pseudonym for Al (given by Griff) [1025]
Al Bundy npr the name for the boat that Al wanted to construct in the basement [106]
Al Bundy Field npr a football field named after Al Bundy which he has wrongly blown up [1009]
Al Bundy Golf Classics npr a (fictional) event at the Country Club mentioned by Al [319]
Al Bundy's House of Sole npr alternative name for Gary's Shoes (given by Al); Al, Jeff and Bud sell shoes from the 70ies [901]
Alejandro npr a man that carried Peg's shopping bags [303]
Alexis npr an oversize model car pooling with Al [825]
Alga npr name for Al (by himself) in front of Helga and Inga, two blond, huge-hootered Swedish masseuses [1011]
"Al Jolson's Greatest Hits" npr a record; a birthday gift for Peggy (by Kelly) [306]
"A Long And Tragic Story" npr a story told by Al; "It was 20 years ago. Polk High's big game. My girlfriend at the time, later became my wife, but that's another tragic tale, had this little habit of shouting at me while I was in the game. Of course, I hated that. Of course, she shouted at me one time when a 300 pound linebacker was barreling down at me. When I came to, I had two kids and was selling shoes." (Al to Chad) [826]
Alpha Club npr a high intgelligence club [620]
Alpha Gonna Get 'Em npr Bud's own fraternity; members: Bud, Ahmed, Francis and Gud; mottos: "Lookie, lookie, we're gonna get some nookie." and "We'll do good on our tests, so we'll feel some breasts." [706]
Al's Angels npr Al's football team in hell; players: Al, Peg, Kelly, Bud, Marcy and Jefferson [1120]
Al's mother expr [311, 319]
Amber npr Marcy's niece from Los Angeles [904, 908, 915, 923]
"Amos And Andrew" npr title of a show; Al and Kelly saw a poster of this show when they were in Hollywood [610]
Andrew Johnson High npr a high school [516]
"And That's When My Hound Dog Started Looking Good To Me" npr title of a song on the radio [817]
Andy npr a former classmate of Milton; he thought Bud would be Andy, because he looked like a hippie [318]
Angela npr Miss Beverly Hills; she participated in the Miss Spring Break election [1018]
Angie npr the beautiful, diligent and nice girlfriend of Aaron Mitchell [808]
"Anna (Go To Him)" npr title of Al's favorite song (by Arthur Alexander) [518]
Anonymous Shoppaholics npr an organisation for shopping-addicted people [924?] (< Anonymous Alcoholics + shopping)
Anonymous Unemployed npr an organisation for unemployed people, e.g. for Jefferson [907]
a normal day expr "Let's pretend it's any normal day and I'm coming home from work. Kelly failed another test, Bud's dealing three cards Monty at the old folk's home and Peg's in Oprah coma. I just earned 75 cents slaving in the shoe mines." (Al to Buck) [319]
Anti-Baby-Meeting npr a meeting of Al (treasurer), Kelly (secretary) and Bud against Peg's baby [603, 605]
Antoine npr a masseur in Marcy's and Jefferson's favorite beauty studio [716]
Antoine's Under The El npr a beauty studio; Marcy took Peg to Antoine's because of her 25th anniversary [918]
"Anything Goes" npr Kelly's song (according to Bud) [313]
April npr a girl on the Trumaine University that had to choose between a basket ball player and Bud [926]
April May June npr one of Bud's flames; his first date [217]
Architectural Digest npr a magazine subscribed by the Rhoades but read by the Bundys [220]
Arians npr the name of a football team playing against the Polk High Panthers [304]
Ariel npr a model and one of Bud's girls; he is her manager [1014]; she slept in the Bundys' house [1021, 1103]
"Art Allante P.I." npr title of a show; Al and Kelly saw a poster of this show when they were in Hollywood [610]
"A Ship Called Passion" npr a book about pirates read by Peg [718]
Ashland, Harry npr one of Kelly's date; he's a local politician [514]
Ashley npr a former (blond) classmate of Kelly [1008, 1017, 1018]
Asses and Tits npr a magazine for men; Al fotographed the centerfold and promised to "buy it tomorrow" [707]
Astoria npr a dog; the "Lady of Marsady" [524]
A Touch of Bud npr an aftershave used by Bud [706]
Aunt Maddie npr the woman that baked Al's favorite pies [1111]
Aunt Maddie's Pies npr Al's favorite pie; motto: "My Pies Are Sweeter When You Share 'Em" [1111]
Aunt Ruth npr a pseudonym by Peg [302]
Aurora White npr Al's favorite toilet paper [618, 722]


Babcock, Floyd npr owner of the rival shoe store in the New Market Mall [1016]
Babcock, Floyd, Jr. npr son of Floyd Babcock and classmate of Bud; he invented "only" a Mac-DOS printer [1016]
B.A.D. acro a club for bald men ("brothers in baldness"); abbreviation for "Bald American Dudes" [307]
Bald! syn Yes! (used by the members of B.A.D.) [307]
Bambi, Al npr the name on Al's cheques [108]
Bare Ankles npr a magazine for men (in the 19th century) [824]
Barney npr
(1) a little-known member of No Ma'am [809]
(2) a friend of Bud; they went to Fort Lauderdale [1017, 1018]
"Basic Dream Interpretation" npr title of a book read by Marcy [112]
Bassmaster B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Al)
bathropolis noun Greek word where "bathroom" comes from, "a quiet place away from the camels and women" (according to Al) [515] (< bathroom + Akropolis)
batteries noun Peggy need them for her "friends" [306]
Bea npr an aunt of Al [517]
Beamis, Marilyn npr one of Al's former dates; they met each other on the beach again [321]
Beatty, Warren npr a pseudonym by Al for a restaurant [311]
Beaver Knee npr a city in Tennessee where the Bundys stopped on their trip to Dumpwater [202]
Bedwetter B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Kelly) [603]
Bela npr the dog of the Rhoades; shot by Al with a gun [104] (<? Bela Lugosi [actor of "Plan 9 From Outer Space" by Ed Wood])
Belle Petite 204 npr Marcy's favorite bra [306]
Bellringer B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B.
Beltski, Markus npr a former classmate of Steve and Marcy; he was the captain of the ice hockey team, now he's a crane operator [317]
Ben npr the character related to Bud ("Pease In A Pod") [909]
Bender, Conny npr a former classmate of Peggy and her rival; she is the wife of Jack (1) [317, 318]
Bennett, Robby npr Kelly's 12½ years old admirer and son of the owner of Easy Off Jeans [922]
Beta npr the system of the Bundys' VCR [315]
Betsy npr Captain Courage's name for a tool to clean the toilet [718]
Big B npr pseudonym by Bud [503]
Big Bad Momma npr a GLOW-girl fighting against Al; the winner gets 10000$; GLOW stands for "Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling" [417]
Big Boys Ratchet Set npr a ratchet set Al wanted to buy [601]
Big 'Uns npr a magazine for men [619, 716, 720, 802, 809, 811, 812, 820, 821, 905, 907, 908, 909, 911, 917, 924, 925, 1002, 1004, 1008, 1013, 1025, 1101, 1102]; edited by Flint Guccione [1025]
Big 'Uns Channel npr Al's favorite TV channel [1021]
Big 'Uns on High Heels npr a magazine for men; Al tried to save the money for the new issue [705] ?
Bill's Montain Top Drive-In npr a restaurant where Kelly tried to work [521]
Billy npr one of Kelly's friends [204]
Bimbo Sapiens npr the species where Kelly belongs to (according to Bud) [923] (< Bimbo [stupid girl] + Homo Sapiens)
Bimbostein npr Kelly (according to Bud) [318] (< bimbo + Frankenstein)
Bingo npr one of Peg's favorite games [921]
Birdie, Al npr wrong name for Al given by Joe Morgan [911]
Bitches in Heat npr a magazine for Buck [621]
black adj color of some of Al's teeth [404]
Black Big 'Uns npr a magazine for men; read by Griff [905, 1113]
Black Box npr a magazine subscribed by the Bundys [919]
"Black Cop, White Girl" npr title of a show; Al and Kelly saw a poster of this show when they were in Hollywood [610]
Bladder Buster npr the name of Griff's popcorn [1123]
blank screen expr a name for Kelly (by Bud) [319]
bleached blanket bimbo expr a name for Kelly (by Bud) [320]
bleen adj a color created by Kelly with terrible side effects [1005] (< blood + green)
blonde adj
(1) Kelly's hair-color
(2) Al's favorite hair-color [204]
Blondy npr nickname for Tiffany (used by Marcy) [212]
blue adj color of the Dodge [409]
Blue Suede Shoes npr an idea of Al and Steve; they had 700 pairs and they wanted to sell them to the Elvis fans in the Bundys' house [303]
"Blue Velvet" npr the song of Al and Sandy (a former cheerleader) [613]
Bob's Beta Collection npr video store for Betamax-tapes in Milwaukee [315]
Bob's Pre-owned Socks'n'Stuff npr the store where Al buys his clothes [313]
Bogus npr one of Kelly's dates; he's the driver of a hearse [310]
BonBons npr Peg's favorite sweets [320, 1112]
Bon Jovi, Bud npr pseudonym by Bud [321] (< Bud + John Bon Jovi)
Boondy npr wrong pronunciation for "Bundy" [902]
booty soup noun a meal prepared by Kelly [318]
"Booty And The Beast" npr title of an x-rated movie [907] (< booty + "Beauty And The Beast")
"Bottoms Up" npr a game played by Al, Peg, Marcy and Jefferson [1008]
Boudoir npr a magazine for men read by Bud [intro 301-401]
Bowlarama npr a bowling club where Al went with Peggy on her birthday [420]
Bowman, Piper npr one of Kelly's rivals for the Allanté commericial; she has stolen the Bundy Bounce [506]
"Bow wow thank you Mam" expr the dog-version of "Wham bam thank you Mam" [201] ?
Boz npr a friend of Bud; they call themselves "amigos"; he has a date [320]
"Brasil: Land of Rubber and Sunshine" npr a geographical report written by Bud [214]
"Breast Gladiators" npr a show [521]
"Breast Monsters" npr a show [521]
"Breasts" npr title of a TV-series created by Al Bundy where he wants "to work personally with it" [610]
Breast Virginia npr a state where Al wanted to go [605] (< breast + West Virginia)
Brenda npr the woman who moved in the former house of the Johnsons; she asked Al to help her [509]
Brian npr a son of Jimmy (1); one of Kelly's dates; he wants that she gets a tattoo ("Brian"); he's a son of Mae West and a zombie (according to Al) [211]
"Bridge Ends Here" npr title of a book read by Al [607]
"British Babes Need Discipline" npr title of a movie on the Bundy World Tour [622]
Broke Cha Cha Cha npr a dance (for Al) [419] ?
brother noun the address of members of B.A.D. [307]
brown adj
(1) color of the Dodge [305, 409, 603, 623, 715, 809, 817, 902]
(2) Peg's real hair color
(3) color of the water in the Bundys' house [708]
Bruno npr the care-taker of Kelly's school; she wanted to date him [313]
Bubble Double Dee npr a typical working woman (according to No Ma'am) [809] (< bubbles [tits] + DD [bra measure])
Bucato, Bobby npr one of Kelly's dates; he's the boyfriend of one of Kelly's friends [316]
Buck npr the first dog of the Bundys [-1003]; he's Bud's dog [201] and should be castrated [201]; once he got a catalog for underwear, a representative wanted Buck to vote for him, a realtor wanted to sell him a house and a credit institute sent him a credit card [216]
Buckminster B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Al) [603]
buck-naked adj to be without Buck (according to Kelly) [811] (< bucknaked)
Budafuoco, Joey npr Bud's alter ego 1992 [803]
Bud Chops npr a meal; Kelly is so hungry that she wanted to eat Bud [317]
Buderace npr Bud's alter ego 1988 [803] (< Bud + Liberace [deceased gay actor])
Budrich npr a variation of Bud's name by Al [820]
Budro npr pseudonym for Bud [1102]
Bulls-Pistons npr Bud wanted to go to this game, because he didn't believe that the Valentine's card from April May June was not faked by Kelly [217]
Bullwinkle npr CIA-codename for Jefferson [820, 914]
Bumblebee npr Bud's name as a wrestler [1007]
BUN acro Bud's favorite TV-station; abbreviation for "Big 'Uns Network" [1021]
Bundo npr alter ego of Al in the Old West [824] (< Bundy + Hondo)
bundy v/t
(1) to steal, e.g. "Don't bundy that book." [302]
(2) to make a Bundy out of a person; Al to Steve: "We'll bundy you up." [209]
Bundy! expr a curse (according to Kelly's friends) [316]
Bundy, Al npr a middle aged husband and father of two kids; he's a shoe salesman and he hates women (especially fat ones in his store) and loves girls; besides he hates his wife, but he never cheated on her (and he never would); he likes beer [319], juice [101, 204, 208, 211], bowling (on Thursday) [212], fishing [301, 314], violence [308], picking his ear and putting his right hand into his pants [101]; he showers very rarely, he lies and refuses to hug anybody; he works at Gary's Shoes in the New Market Mall; sometimes he thinks of suicide [101]; he told his mother that he wants to become the President of the United States of America [314]; he was collecting baseball cards as a child [214]; he wants his own room [217]; he frequently talks about scoring four touchdowns in a single game (number 33) with the "Panthers" versus "Andrew Johnson High", where his team won the High School City Championship; zodiacal sign: cancer [804]; his favorite toilet paper is "Aurora White" [618, 722] and his favorite TV show is "Psycho Dad"; besides he has to cry when he listens to the theme of "Lassie" [811] or watches "Shenandoah" [623], "Shane" or "Bambi" [612] and he never gets the chance to watch "Hondo" on TV [222, 824]; he drives a Dodge but he's not the owner yet [804]; he has an "I'm Married - Shoot Me" t-shirt [316], an "I Fish Therefore I Am" t-shirt [914, 1011], a "Kiss The Cook - Kill The Wife" apron and once Marcy gave him a "Stay In School Or This Could Be You" t-shirt [1009]; as he wrongly blew up the sign "Al Bundy Field" three organisations wanted to prevent the re-erection: the "National Organisation of Women", the "National Organisation of Fat Women" and the French Government [1009]; sometimes he uses nicknames: e.g. Al "The King" Bundy [107, given by Luke], Al "Icky" Bundy [113, given by Spike ?], Al "Hercules" Bundy, Al "Daddy" Bundy [604]
Bundy, Amadeus npr one of Al's relatives [603]
Bundy, Axl npr pseudonym by Al; member of the band "Shoes'n'Socks" [709]
Bundy, Billy-Ray npr Bud's alter ego 1993 [803] (< Billy-Ray Cyrus + Bundy)
Bundy, Bud npr short for Budrick [209, 218, 524, 806, 815, 1115]; the intelligent son of Al and Peg; he hardly gets a chance with girls, so often he has to peep [207]; he's a member in the Pussycat Theatre for lifetime [209]; he had a gold-fish [215]; once he got A, A, A and B in his school report [218]; his birthday was given as 22 th January [703]; his middle name is Franklin [806, 1015]; he has a "Run 'Em And Wreck 'Em Rally" t-shirt [113]; he's the first Bundy on a college [319]; he went to Trumaine University [711-1021]; he is the president of his own "Alpha Gonna Get 'Em" fraternity [706] and he joins "Delta Delta Sigma Pi" [804]; he worked at the Department of Motor Vehicles [902] and was fired later [1001] as he worked too much; he plays in the soccer team "Reepers" [512, 513]; he has several latex dolls [701] and his doll Isis J. Blowupdoll can be seen [703]; he wants to be the evil rapper "Grandmaster B."; he worked as a chimney-sweep for a short time [1001]; the No Ma'am guys celebrated his first "sleep-over" [1021]; he sold "Star Maps" for 25$; he had a short love-affair with Gary [1110]; he slept with Crystal [521], Janie [713], Dee Anna [725], Amber [904], Ashley [1008], Esmeralda [1013] and Ariel [1021]; his TBC-test has been positive [1111]
Bundy, Daniel npr one of Al's relatives [403]
Bundy Day at the Beach expr a special day declared by Al [321]
Bundy, Eddie npr an aunt of Al [613]
Bundy, Edwin npr an uncle of Al; he was an illustrative object on a college [319]
Bundy, Eugene npr the father of Stymie Bundy Junior; a cousin of Al [511] ?
bundyfy v/t to sleep with a woman; Al to Bud: "You mean that was you bundyfying that girl over there?" [521]
Bundy, Ginger, Prof. npr pseudonym of Kelly for Bud's university; she's an astronautics expert [1005]
Bundy, Heather npr an aunt of Al; wife of Joe Bundy [613]
Bundy, Iggy npr a cousin of Al [511] ?
Bundy, Indiana npr Bud's alter ego 1990 [803] (< Indiana Jones + Bundy)
Bundy, Jebediah npr Al's grandfather [616]
Bundy, Jimmy npr a cousin of Al [725]
Bundy, Joe npr a deceased uncle of Al; husband of Aunt Heather [613]
Bundy, Kelly npr the pretty daughter of Al and Peg; she is (artificially) blond and very dull, but she can fall in love with several guys during one night; she has the Bundy forehead (like a dolphin) [113]; Al calls her lovingly "pumpkin"; she could be "a wooden toy" or "the other woman" according to her careers adviser [206]; once she got F, F, F and D in her school report [218, 305]; Al confounded her hair with straw after seeing Peg's mother naked [222]; her birthday was given as 27th November [703]; her first boyfriend was Mikey Clemens [1110]; her first job is a weather girl [419], then she graduated from high school [502]; later she worked as "The Verminator" [622-902] and performed this character for Pest Boys Extermination Co.; later she worked as a waitress [708-804]; she attends the Larry Storch School of Acting and was "The Student of the Month" [916]; she was very sad because of Buck's death, so her family gave her moths, ants, goldfish and the cockatoo Tweety as an alternative [1003]; once she impersonated Marie Curie [1005]; besides she likes Garfield cartoons [1009]
Bundy, King Kong npr
(1) a wrestler not related to Al Bundy [1007, 1012]
(2) Peg's nickname (according to Al) [1012]
Bundy, Leicester npr a cousin of Al [511] ?
Bundyland npr an idea of Al for a theme park; "the happiest place on earth" [423] (< Bundy + Disneyland)
Bundymobile npr the car of the Bundys [503]
Bundy Night at the Cinema expr a video-tape (on Beta) loaned by the Bundys and watched in their house [315]
Bundynomics npr "The minute a Bundy has good luck he immediately starts building up an equal amount of bad luck. That's simple Bundynomics." [804] (see also The Bundy Curse - 3)
Bundy, Peggy npr short for Margaret [1008, 1010]; Al's wife; she's very lazy; she smokes [101, 102, 105, 106, 109, 110, 206, 212, 219, 303, 304, 307, 311-314, 316]; she prefers buying new clothes to washing them; during the day she likes to watch all the day time talkshows (e.g. "Oprah"), eating tons of bonbons (without getting fat, though); her red hair used to be brunette [615]; she is attracted by handsome young men, but just like Al she would never cheat on her partner; her maiden name is Wanker and her family is from the rural Wanker County, Wisconsin, "where everyone is relative"; she's the "Bumper Queen" of the Bundys' insurance [208]; her favorite bra is called "Fancy Figure 327" [306] and she was Miss Teenage Wanker [1113]; her birthday is on 12th April [703 only month, 1116]; she has a mystery pack in the refridgerator [415], whose hallucinating content is eaten by the band Anthrax [619]; she worked at Muldin's [108] for a short time
Bundy, Poo npr an aunt of Al; on Christmas Eve the Bundys did find an old fruitcake made by Aunt Poo [213]
Bundy, Reginald npr pseudonym by Bud; reviewer of the Times [721]
Bundy, Sheila npr a cousin of Al [613]
Bundy, Steve npr a pseudonym for Steve Rhoades in order to play bowling; a "cousin" of Al, but he's an adopted Bundy; Steve: "That would explain my hygiene, grammar and my ability to walk upright." [209]
Bundy, Stymie npr a deceased uncle of Al [511]
Bundy, Stymie Junior npr the son of Eugene Bundy and Miss Penza [511]
Bundy Sunday Funday expr a special day proclaimed by Al [623]
Bundy, Tito npr Bud's alter ego 1989 [803]
Bundy, Wrong Way npr one of Al's relatives [603]
Bundy, Yul npr pseudonym by Bud [415] (< Yul Brunner + Bundy)
Bundy, Zeppo npr the fourth Marx brother = Al (according to himself) [319]
Bup npr pseudonym by Bud [608]
Burgermeister B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Peg) [603]
Burger Trek npr a fast food chain where Al had a job, later also Peg; slogan: "To go where no burger went before" [314]
Bushwacker B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Kelly)
Burned Beyond Recognition npr a band; Kelly and Bud wanted to buy a ticket for the concert [822]
Burnt Siena npr color of the Dodge [803]
Buruth, Bob npr the king of the fortune-tellers from the south; one of the five important fortune-tellers in Chicago [618]
Butter npr pseudonym of Peg's mother on her hotline [1012]
Buttwagger B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Kelly)


cabin boy-girl noun Marcy's function on the pirate ship [718]
calorically challenged expr fat (politically correct) [1001]
Candy npr the girl that participated in the "You Can't Miss"-show [717]
Canock npr possibly Marcy's maiden name (according to Al) [205] ?
Canyon, John npr the captain of the airplane from Chicago to New York City [309]
"Can You Top This?" npr a game played by three gods; "One said »Let's make him a shoe salesman.« The next one said »Let's give him a red head. « And then one god, probably a cruel hungover god, said »I know, I know, let's not let him eat yet never starve.«" [602]
Captain Biology npr a wrestler that should fight against King Kong Bundy [1007]
Captain Courage npr alter ego of Al [718]
Captain's Table npr a bar where Al and Peg wanted to go [101]
car noun a place where Al has no wife and no kids [221]
Carla and her Amazing Disappearing Vegatables npr a rock band and a stripper (according to Bud) [810]
Carlito npr Al's nickname for Carlos [1022]
Carlos npr one of Kelly's dates, but it seemed as he would not be interested in her [1013, 1022]; he helped Al to build a doghouse for Lucky [1022]
Carol npr one of Bud's flames [218]
Carrie npr the character related to Kelly ("Pease In A Pod") [909]
Cat npr alternative sure name for Peg, Kelly and Bud, because that is the only name Kelly can spell [809]
Cathy npr wrong name for Kelly by Matt [304]
Chad npr the quarterback of Tremaine Jacksons and one of Kelly's date; Bud gives him repetitional lessons [826]
Channel 67 npr the TV-station where Dr. Sandy works [308]
Channel 83 npr
(1) the TV station where Kelly worked as a weather bunny [419]
(2) the TV station where Miranda Cardinal works [1004]
Channel 99 npr the TV station in Chicago that originally produced Kelly's show [609, 610] ?
Channel Master 2000 npr Al's remote control for the TV; "the Rolls Royce of remote controls" [609]
Cheerio Boobs npr a magazine for men (in England) [625]
Chernobyl Farms npr a farm that sells chicken with flippers and three drumsticks (7 cents a pound while the one with two drumsticks cost 1.19$ a pound) [305]
Chicago Bears npr Al's favorite football team; he sold his soul for them [1120]
Chicago Bulls npr a team; Al sent Marcy's pie to their dressing-room [217]
Chicago Cleavage npr Al's baseball team [911]
Chicago's Milkolympics npr expression for women nursing their babies in Al's shoe store (according to Miranda Cardinal) [905] ?
Chicago Vice npr the police department where Bud works (according to himself in front of Gloria) [202]
chicken noun nickname for Marcy (by Al)
Chrysler Cabrio npr a red car won by Peg [220, 502]
Chuck npr the character related to Buck ("Pease In A Pod") [909]
Chucky Cheese npr a restaurant for children (especially for birthday parties) where Al eated sometimes [621]
Church of No Ma'am npr church founded by the members of No Ma'am in order to be exempt from beer tax [1004]
CIA Discout Shop npr a store where Al bought a device in order to control every call to a radio station [1025]
Cindy npr one of Kelly's friends; her father is a bank-robber [302]
Clark, Crystal npr a cover-girl; Bud photographed her for his calender "Women of Trumaine"; she was born as a man [1016]
Claudia npr Miss New York; she participated in the Miss Spring Break election [1018]
Cleaner Greener Chicago npr one of Marcy's civic action groups [825]
Clemens, Mikey npr Kelly's first boyfriend [1110]
Cliff npr a guy that called up Kelly [212]
Club Bundy npr Bud (according to himself) [320]
Club Bud npr Bud's room (according to himself) [316]
Clyde npr one of the homeless' in the New Market Mall [303]
Cobra npr one of Kelly's dates; his real name is Stanley [101]
Coco npr a cosmetics producer; a former Polk High student and Al's girl-friend; real name: Helen Granowitter [726]
Co-ed Softball Participant npr a trophy won by Al (after marriage) [302]
"Coffee Cup For Two" npr title of the movie watched by the Bundys on Kelly's birthday [721]
Colonel Jugg npr pseudonym by Al as a manager of The Juggs [1108]
Come'n'Go Motel npr a motel in Wisconsin where Al and Peg went to [109, 113]
Commercial Land npr part of the theme park "TV World" where Kelly worked as the Verminator hunting roaches [622]
Constitutional Rights expr "The right to life, nudity and the pursuit of happiness." (Al) [809]
Consuela npr Al's name for Peg, because he told people she were his foreign housemaid [825]
Cook County School for Interior Decoration npr a course taken by Peg (for 2000 $) [515]
Cool, Rick npr the DJ of K-FOSSIL [518]
copper-roof noun Peg (according to Al) [204, 207] ?
cops noun policemen
(1) "We're Bundys. We hate cops." (Al) [617]
(2) "We're Bundys. We don't call cops. People call them on us." (Peg) [617]
"Cops" npr title of one of Al's favorite TV-series [1106]
couch noun the only thing that loves Al, even if he's bald [307]
Courtjester B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Peg)
craftmatic adjustible girl expr a name for Kelly (by Bud) [621]
Craig npr
(1) a former date of Peggy [211]
(2) a guy that called up Kelly [212]
Crazy Perzigian's Budget Dog Inn npr an animal shelter for Buck (for the time the Bundys went to England) [624]
Crossdresser B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Kelly)
Crystal npr Bud's first real woman [521]
Cub 'Uns npr a magazine for men (in Cuba) [1109] (< Cuba + Big 'Uns < Cubans)
Curie npr a scientist that had not his own room; that's the reason why his wife got the Nobel Prize (according to Al) [106] (< Pierre Curie)


Dadgummit npr Fuzzy McGee's mule [710]
Dallas, Jack npr a private investigator where Al had a job as a cleaner [611]
Dancer npr one of Santa Claus' companions (according to Al) [213]
D'Arcy, Jefferson npr the neighbour of the Bundys and Marcy's second husband [512-]; he's a member of No Ma'am (secretary); he is a classic gigolo; usually he can avoid to get a job, so he goes to the beauty salon all day; he was a CIA agent [1109, 1123] and his code name was Bullwinkle [820, 914]; he was fired as he couldn't kill Fidel Castro [1109]; he is also a National Guard lieutenant [1114]; his dad was a gigolo too and he died in a tanning booth [723]; his mom was an exotic dancer and was eaten in the nude by her snake at the airport [723]; he had an "I Love Mary" and an "I Love Marty" tatoo on his bottom [1019]
D'Arcy, Marcy npr the neighbour of the Bundys; she is very partner dominating; her first husband was Steve Rhoades and her second is Jefferson D'Arcy; Al often teases her because of her flat chest and calls her a "chicken"; once he wanted to flatter Marcy and called her a "turkey" [1009]; she reads a lot [112, 113] and she hates baseball [214]; she goes to a psychiatrist [319]; she is very politically correct and fighting sometimes for fat or ugly women; other campaigns she supported were "Cleaner Greener Chicago" [825] and "Guns for Toys" [1008]; she owns an original Barbie doll [214]; she is an Elvis-fan and member of an Elvis fan-club [303]; she would cheat on Steve by sleeping with Elvis or Arnold Schwarzenegger [303]; she worked in "The Leading Bank of Chicago" [-204]; then she went to the "Kyoto National Bank" [204-], the greatest bank of Japan [1020], where she worked at the drive-in window for a while [408-501]; she drives a red BMW series 3 [516, 623, 724] and a Mercedes [1010, 1017, 1022, 1109, 1114, 1123] model SL with the license plate Illinois KDG 12 [1101]; she's a member of F.A.N.G. and calls herself a Republican [704, 925]; besides she was "The Mouth Of The Month" [404]
"Death Wish 6" npr title of a TV-series watched by Al [1124]
Debbie npr
(1) one of Kelly's friends [109]
(2) one of Bud's flames; she's 18 years old [204]
Dee Anna npr Jimmy's new girl-friend [725]
Deliverance Hotel npr a hotel where the Bundys stood [1108] (< "Deliverance" [Ed O'Neill's first movie])
Delta Delta Sigma Pi npr a fraternity [804]
Dennis npr a restaurant mentioned by Kelly [311]
Devils 666 npr the football team of the devil; players: Eric the Red, Attila the Hun, Dschingis Khan, Brutus and Goliath [1120]
Devore npr name on a sweets box of Peg [312]
Dexter npr one of Al's sidekicks [822]
Dinner with Anthrax npr a contest won by Bud and Kelly [619]
Dishwasher B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B.
Dixon, Alan L. npr the Secretary of State that signed Al's driving license [720]
Dodge npr Al's car; bought 1974 on Route 12; once the Dodge has been stolen, so Al told the insurance that he had a Stradivari and the "Mona Lisa" in the trunk [724]; the car was brown but turned red after a car washing in Traugott's Scrub House [917]
Dodgenstein npr a Dodge "made from the parts of other dead Dodges" [817] (< Dodge + Frankenstein)
"Dominique" npr one of Peg's favorite songs [102]
Donald npr one of Santa Claus' companions (according to Al) [213]
Dondito npr a guy that called up Kelly [212]
Donna npr the name of the reindeer of Santa Claus in the Lakeside Mall [213]
Dr. Angela npr a psychological radio show followed by Peg and Marcy [805]
Dr. Bundy npr a name used by Al and Peg in order to book a table in a restaurant [105]
Dr. Fur npr a hair-restorer used by Steve and Al which consists of dog food [307] ?
Dr. Mustang npr a store for replacement parts where Al bought the little Mustang-horse [105]
Dr. Richelieu npr a marriage counsellor where the Bundys and Peggy's parents went [1013]
Dr. Sandy npr a TV-show on Channel 67 about erotic and weather watched by Peg [308]
Dr. Shoe npr a shoe telephone service by Al Bundy [408]
DTV npr a TV-station watched by Al and the Grim Reaper; abbreviation for "Death Television" [807]
"Duke Of Earl" npr a poem recited by Al [609]
Dumpwater npr a town in Florida; murders every five years since September 1967 [202]; one of the attractions of this is city is "The House That Stands The Gravitation" [202] ?
Dust npr a scent for old women (according to Marcy) [921]
Dustbuster B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by his date) [603]
Dweep npr one of Kelly's friends; he was in prison; "Human life means nothing to me!" [109] ?
Dynamite npr the name of Al's right fist [203]


Earv's World of Scrap npr a scrap-dealer where Al wanted to buy an old generator for his Dodge [803]
Easy Eddy npr a former friend of Peg that wanted to date Al; she had the number 198 for Johnny B. Goods [113]
Easy Off Jeans npr jeans produced by the Bennett familiy; commerical with Kelly Bundy [922]
Eau de bring 'em all on npr one of Bud's aftershaves [518]
Edna npr a former classmate of Peggy and Al [317]
Eduardo npr an employee of the beauty studio where Jefferson goes [704]
Egg McBig 'Un npr Al's favorite burger [1105?]
Einstein npr a scientist that had his own room (according to Al) [106] (< Albert Einstein)
Einstein's Theory of Relativity npr "Mom and Dad are my relatives, therefore I am." (according to Kelly) [322]
Elfineer npr one of Al's second jobs [1113] (< elf + engineer)
Eli npr a former classmate of Peggy and Al [317, 318]; he's a psychiatrist [318]
Elk Head Lodge npr the lodge where Al and Jefferson wanted to stay in order to fish [1011]
"Ellen And Her Dog" npr title of a show; Al and Kelly saw a poster of this show when they were in Hollywood [610]
Elvis npr a dead singer; the king of Rock'n'Roll; once it looked like Al exuded a picture of Elvis; the Bundys tried to commercialize it; "Picture with sweat Stain" (20 $), "Elvis' you ain't nothing but a Hound Dog" (a hot dog), "Feed the dog that saw Lassie" (5 $), "Heartbreak Hotel" (Kelly's room) [303]
Elvis Tent Camp npr a tent camp in the Rhoades' house organized by Marcy [303]
Embassy Jewels npr a store where Al wanted to buy a wrist watch for Peg [103]
Ephus npr a city in Kentucky where the Bundys stopped on their trip to Dumpwater [202]
"Escape From New York" npr title of a movie [622]
Esmeralda npr the Spanish cousin of Carlos, one of Kelly's dates; she wants to go to a convent but couldn't resist Bud [1013]
Essence de free Clinique npr one of Bud's aftershaves [518]
"Ethical Dilemma" npr a psychological game played by Al, Peg, Marcy and Jefferson; Al: "I don't want to spend the night with two people I can't stand - and Jefferson." [614]
Eugene npr
(1) an usher that participated in the "You Can't Miss"-show; he had one and a half woman [717]
(2) pseudonym by Bud for the Virgin Hotline [907]
Euryops npr a galaxy [507]
Eviction Trust npr credit bank where the Bundys got the money for their house from [704]
eyes noun Al's eyes are owned by a gas station; Peg has pawned them [305]


F expr Kelly's standard vote at school [218, 305, 319] (< failed)
Fancy Figure 327 npr Peg's favorite bra (by Francine's of Hollywood) [306]
F.A.N.G. acro Marcy's women's club; abbreviation for "Feminists Against Neanderthal Guys" [814]
Fanny npr one of Peggy's friends [212]
Farmer Iggy's Almanac npr a book read by Al [816]
Fat Charly npr one of Al's friends; he had the number 50 for Johnny B. Goods [113]
fat women adj+noun a topic often mentioned by Al [204, 303]
Fawn npr a former classmate of Kelly [1008, 1017, 1018] and admirer of Bud [1008, 1013]
feet noun one of Al's smelling body-parts [205]
Felix D. Katt npr a Mouse Lawyer in heaven judging Buck [1003]
Fergie npr Al's toilet after Peg's re-decoration of the bathroom [515]
Ferguson npr Al's favorite toilet; his father had his own Ferguson too; produced in Maine; "the Stradivari of toilets", "the king of dumps"; Al: "We are Americans. We have the right to use the best toilet-system in the world." [305]
Festival of the Big 'Uns npr a festival in Stompville where Peggy's mother was [606]
"Filth" npr title of a video-tape in the Hop-On-Inn [308]
Final Exit npr
(1) a suicidal magazine [611]
(2) title of a book read by a man in front of the Lakeside Theaters [1006]
Final Vinyl npr a record store [518]
Finley npr one of the families living in the Jeopardy Lane [524]
Flashback npr a rich reverend for nudists that married Griff and his wife [1004]
Flemming, Todd npr one of Peg's boyfriends [317]
flood v/t one of Al's regular mishaps [309 airplane]
Fluffy npr the blonde lover of Mr. Vandergelder [309]
Fluvio the Hunchback npr alter ego of Bud; he's the First Mate [718]
Food npr a magazine read by Peg [215]
Foodie's npr a department store where Al is the one millionth customer by cutting in front of Marcy [519]
Four 'Uns expr Bud reads an issue of Big 'Uns and sees double [1109]
"Forrest Hump" npr title of an x-rated film [907] (< "Forrest Gump" + hump)
FOX viewing position expr the family holds various pieces of metal and tin foil around the living room in order to get FOX [909, 1005]
Francine's of Hollywood npr a shop for underwear in Oconomowoc (Wisconsin); slogan: "If you got the boulders, we've got the holders." [306]
Frankenstein's Son npr codename for Bud [1009]
Freddy npr Bud's gold fish; it died when Bud was 5 years old [317]
Friday noun the days when the Bundys eat (according to Al) [314]
Frosty No-Man npr a name for Marcy (by Al) [505]
full-back noun Al's football position [304]


Gale Sayers Middle School npr Robby Bennett's school [922]
garbage man noun
(1) the job that Al has (according to Peg) [317]
(2) the job that Al wants, but he failed the aptitude test [320]
garbage salesman noun Al's job (according to himself) [318]
"Garfield Spools The Picnic" npr the title of a comic book given to Kelly by Vinnie [518]
garlic noun the taste of Al's socks [1008]
Gary npr Al's boss [111]; she is a top businesswoman [906, 916,1001] and is #401 of the Forbes 400 [906]; she is definitely a woman; in earlier episodes Al's boss seemed to be a man (Gary survived a plane crash [111] and Al sends flowers to his widow)
Gary's Aerobics Studio npr the aerobics studio next to the shoe store; both are owned by Gary [1001, 1116]
Gary's Angels npr a bowling team; players: Al, Jefferson, Bob, Griff, Bud (reserve) [924?]
Gary's Happy Soles Footwear npr a factory for shoes where children work owned by Gary [1102]
Gary's Shoes and Accessories for Today's Woman npr the store where Al works; slogan: "Shoes to fit every foot" [303]; once the store seemed to be sold [723] and another time Al renamed it "Gary's Shoes and Accessories for Today's Men" [906]
Gaspasser B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Al)
George npr an ugly guy that sent a Valentine's card for Kelly [217]
George's Diner npr a place where Jefferson should work [1024]
George S. Patten High School npr a high school with a football team; the team has been renamed to "Jackie O. First Ladies" [910]
Ghostbuster B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Kelly) [603]
Gino npr the killer of The Mob [1014, 1015]
Girlie Girl npr official No Ma'am beer [921, 1004]
Girls with Big 'Uns npr a magazine for men [707, 820, 823]
Gloria npr Bud's friend in Dumpwater; he told her that he's a millionaire [202, 203]
Godawful npr a clothing store where Kelly and Bud bought some gifts for Al [814]
God's Shoes npr a product invented by Al Bundy (after regaining consciousness after a fall where he saw God and the perfect shoes); he designed these shoes in a period of 40 days and nights [608]
godzilla v/t to go or move; used only for fat women (< Godzilla [Japanese monster])
Go Griff expr writing on t-shirts sold by Jefferson [1025]
Good Ship Hooter Pop npr a special kind of roller coaster; "If my left me, I'd jump on the Good Ship Hooter Pop. I'd have a smile on my face and a face on my smile." (Al to Peg's father) [1002]
Goofy npr one of Santa Claus' companions (according to Al) [213]
Grandbastard B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Kelly) [614]
Grandfather B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Al) [604]
Grandflasher B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B.
Grandma B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Kelly)
Grandmarshall B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Peg) [603]
"Grandma's Frozen On The Portal Step" npr title of a song performed by a country singer [813]
Grandmaster B. npr one of Bud's alter egos [603, 604, 803]; the rapper from the streets of New York; the B. stands for "brother of an idiot" [603] (< Grandmaster Flash + Bud)
Grandmaster Virgin npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Kelly) [616]
Grandpappy B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Kelly)
Grange, Rhett npr Matt thought Al would be Rhett Grange [304]
Granowitter, Helen npr Coco
Grasshopper B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Al) [604]
Gravedigger B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B.
Great Red Pregzilla npr a name for Peg (by Al) [605]
Great White One With One Sock npr Al's alter ego on Borneo [313]
green adj
(1) color of tiles in Al's toilet-room [305]
(2) color of some of Al's teeth [309, 404]
(3) color related to Al's luck (according to Madame Olga) [309]
(4) color of Al's socks [507]
(5) color of Al's underpants
"Greensleeves" npr Steve's favorite song [403]
Griff npr Al's sidekick at Gary's Shoes and a member of No Ma'am [904-906, 911, 913, 914, 916, 917, 921, 923-925, 1001, 1004-1007, 1012, 1015-1019, 1021, 1023, 1025]; he's lefthander [924] and divorced [904, 905, 911, 1007]; his ex-wife got his last name, so he's just called Griff [1114]
Grillton noun hell [1120] (< grill + Hilton)
Grinchmaster B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by a TV host)
groovy adj the only word people used in the 60ies (according to Kelly and Bud) [318]
Grushoe Memorial Field npr a football field where Al, Jeff and Thad played football against Jack and his team; referee: Bud [910]
G-spot noun 10-spot (according to Kelly) [321]
Guccione, Flint npr editor of "Big 'Uns" [1025] (< Bob Guccione [editor of "Penthouse"])
Guido npr the doorman of the Hop-On-Inn [308]
Guns for Toys npr one of Marcy's civic action groups [1008]
gyno-American noun/adj American woman [814] (< gyne: woman [Greek] + American)


Habib npr a name for a (colored) foreign person [623, 723]
Habib-shirt npr a shirt with the name "Habib" on it; a negative symbol for Al [623]
Hair! syn No! (used by the members of B.A.D.) [307]
Hakbar the Monster npr the king of the tarot-cards from South Wisconsin; one of the five most important fortune-tellers [618]
Halle npr a pin-up girl for the Church Of No Ma'am [1004] (< Halleluyah)
Hammond Indiana Film Festival npr a film festival where Al won 10000 $ [925]
Handyman's Workbench 5000 npr a workbench "assembled" by Al and Jefferson [620]
Happy Brat Toys npr a store in the New Market Mall [111]
"Happy Hookers Go To Washington" npr title of a movie on the Bundy World Tour [622]
Harris npr the guy that should make an "I Love Marcy" tatoo for Jefferson but he wasn't able to tatoo a "C" [1019]
Haynes, Ironhead npr the author of the "Ten Commandments Of The Church Of No Ma'am" [821]
"Heavenly Darkness" npr the only movie (on Beta) the Rhoades could bring for the "Bundy Night at the Cinema" [315]
Heidi npr the girl that repared the refridgerator of the Bundys; she's young and beautiful; Al and Steve are watching her drinking beer [206]
Helga npr Kelly's turkey [1111]
hell noun a topic often mentioned by Al [204]
Hell Hole National Park npr a park in New Mexiko (near Lucifer) [523]
Helluary noun name of a month; Al: "For me it's been one long continuous year since I got married. Actually, a long month: Helluary." [502] (< hell + january/february)
Hemphley's npr a department store; Marcy advised Peg to go there [705]
Henry npr
(1) father of Marcy [710]
(2) a gate-keeper that participated in the "You Can't Miss"-show; he had one woman [717]
Herbert npr a member of B.A.D. [307]
histerical blindness noun Al's state seeing Peg's mother naked in the bathroom [222]
hombres noun name for Al and Steve driving a Mustang '65 [105]
Homeplate Athletic Shoes npr a store that Al wanted to buy with his 12000 $ for early retirement [723]
Home Shopping Network npr Peg's favorite TV-channel
"Hondo" npr title of a movie directed by John Farrow and released on 27th November 1953; starring: John Wayne, Geraldine Page, Ward Bond, Michael Pate, Lee Aaker, James Arness and Rodolfo Acosta; content: Army despatch rider Hondo Lane discovers a woman and her son living in the midst of warring Apaches and he becomes their protector; Al's favorite film [221, 222, 824]
Hooters npr a nudie bar [811]
hoover noun/syn Peg (according to Al) [221]
Hop-On-Inn npr a motel [308]
"Hot Girls" npr a movie watched by Al [206]
Hot New Boats npr a magazine read by Al [826]
"Hot Talk With April" npr radio show of WHIP [926]
Howard Bowman's Motel Suite npr a restaurant where Al ate (spoiled) mussels [1020]
"How Do I Love Thee" npr a show hosted by Bink Winkleman where the object is a Bundy natural: surviving torture [220]; the Bundys have won a bowling shot, a wrist watch, a toaster, a tumble-drier and a car [220]
Hubbard npr a family with at least seven children (January, March, April, May, June, July, December); Kelly was their baby-sitter [521]
"Hugh Grant Blows The Blues" npr a tape that Al wanted to buy [917]
Hulot npr one of the families living in the Jeopardy Lane [423]
human diving-board expr a name for Kelly (by Bud) [418] ?
humma noun bread (in Al's archaic language he's using when his mouth is full of food)
Hummer npr a friend of Bud; they went to Fort Lauderdale [1017, 1018]
Hungry Puppy Dog Food npr dog food; commerical Kelly Bundy as a dog (instead of Lucky) [1011]
Hungry Undie npr an underwear store where Peg and Mary went shopping [912]
Hurricane Hole npr a place in Sweetbucket (Florida) with time sharing apartments; Bud and Kelly got Al and Peg a second honeymoon there in order to have the house for themselves for the "Dinner with Anthrax" [619]


I am blind! expr Al's standard phrase if he sees a naked, ugly woman [222 Peg's mother, 714 Peg's and Marcy's bottoms]
Ice Hole npr a beer; commerical with Kelly Bundy [903]
Ida's npr chips eaten by Al [102]
Ike npr a friend of Al and member of No Ma'am (Sargeant at arms) [911-914, 921, 925, 1001, 1004, 1005, 1007, 1012, 1015, 1019, 1021]; he's married and the name of his wife is Frannie; he's an Elvis-fan [1007?]
Illustrated Guide to Atlanta's Nudie Bars npr a guide to the nudie bars of Atlanta given to Al and Griff by Jefferson [1025]
I love you expr a phrase hardly used by the Bundys [217, Peg to Al, later Al to Peg]; Al thought the idea that he should say "I love you" to Peg came from TV-shows like "Phil" or "Oprah", but it was Marcy's idea [217]
"I'm A Woman, Hear Me Roar" npr one of Peg's favorite songs [102]
important adj to be a PhD. or a shoe salesman (according to Al) [419]
Insano npr a fictional baby-name
Instant Hair npr a hair-restorer used by Steve and Al [307]
Iron npr the name of Al's left fist [203]
Irv's Smelters npr a softball team playing against the New Market Mallers [504]
"I Shoot 'Em 'Cos They're Injuns" npr title of a movie with John Wayne [710]
Isis J. Blowupdoll npr Bud's "girlfriend" [701, 1002]; an "oh-so-lifelike-you-can-take- her-home-to-meet-mom" rubber woman (according to Kelly) [703]
"Is That Rudolph's Nose Or Daddy's?" npr title of a song performed by a country singer [813]
Isuzu Gas npr an alien fuel made out of Al's old stinky socks [507] ?
"It's A Malcolm X-Mas" npr title of a movie for Christmas on the Black Entertainment Network [813] (< Malcolm X + X-Mas)
"It's A Wonderful Life" npr title of a movie watched by Peg but hated by Al; "It's a horrible life. Do you know the reason they never made a sequel? Because, when the guy came back, he killed himself. And this time he took that angel with him. This must be written by a woman. This stinks. It bites. It blows." (Al) [813]
I want shoes! expr the fat ladies' standard phrase in Al's shoe store [218]


Jack npr
(1) a former classmate of Peggy and Al; he's the husband of Conny Bender and Al's rival [317, 318]
(2) the half-back of the George S. Patten High School [910]
Jackie O. First Ladies npr a football team [910]
Jackson, Slick Stick npr a pool billiard player playing against Kelly [604]
Jacobsen 360 npr a lock "unlocked" by Bud and Kelly [318]
Jagger Richards, Bud npr pseudonym by Bud [414] (< Bud + Mick Jagger + Keith Richards [Rolling Stones])
Jane Mansfield npr the name of a planet (according to Al) where he wanted to land [305]
Janie npr Jimmy's bride; she has made love to Bud twice [713]
Jasmin npr belly dancing alter ego of Peg [1112]
jealousy noun a feeling a real man never shows to a woman (according to Al); "Aaron, let me explain something to you. You don't know anything. Even if a man is jealous, he can never, ever tell that to a woman. Well, that's like saying »Here, here's a hand grenade. Put it down my pants.« Once they know you're jealous, they've got you by your Bobbit. You will have lost your last ounce of dignity and, like the once mighty Mahi Mahi, you'll end up on a Poo Poo platter in the Tiki hut of life." (Al) [814]
Jeopardy Lane npr the street where the Bundys and the D'Arcys live [514]
Jibberish npr language spoken in Wanker County [815]
Jiggly Room npr the favorite nudie bar in Chicago of Al and No Ma'am [912, 1020]; for a short time the nudie bar was turned into a coffee house; "Boy, they really hit us where it hurts this time: turning the nudie bar into a coffee house." (Al) [809]; there is a silicon-free day on Thursday [912]
Jim npr
(1) pseudonym by Bud [302]
(2) a little-known member of No Ma'am [809]
Jimbo npr one of Peg's and Al's former classmates [318]
Jimmy npr
(1) one of Peg's former classmates and dates; he has a "Peggy" tattoo; she stood him up so he had to marry another person called Peggy (she is fat); Peggy Bundy didn't recognize him ("Craig, Ted, Rodrigo?") [211]
(2) a cousin of Bud and Kelly [725]
Jim's Bowlarama npr a bowling alley [420]
Jim's Bowling Alley npr Al's favorite bowling alley; the fact that he and his friends haven't been able to bowl on Thursday anymore (because it was women's day) was one of the reasons to found No Ma'am [809]
Jim's Fish, Chips and Insurances npr an insurance [503]
Jimmy Dick and the Night Sticks npr a band [218]
Joanie and the Slashettes npr a band performing in Kelly's show [609]; revised name: Joanie and the Hep Cats [610]
Joe's Cocktail Lounge npr a bar where Steve (sailor) and Marcy (slut) went to for a role-playing [214]
Joey npr a boy that has thrown garbage consisting of old fish in front of the Bundys' house [213]
John Hancock Center npr a house in Chicago [308, 1008]; Steve and Marcy made love on the observation deck of this building [308]
Johnny npr a guy that sent a Valentine's card for Kelly; he's the cutest boy of Kelly's school (according to herself) [217]
Johnny B. Goods npr the Bundys' favorite fast food restaurant; Peg met there her dream-man and Al [113]
Johnson npr one of the families living in the Jeopardy Lane [104]; they left the street [509]
John Wayne Movie expr Al's life (according to Steve) [208]
Jowl Boy npr nickname for Al (by Peg)
"Joy Slut Club" npr title of an x-rated film [907] (< Joy Luck Club + slut)
Juan npr he works for 555-STALLION [205]
Judy npr one of Kelly's friends; she dated the guy that Kelly wanted to date [113]
Jugs O'Plenty npr a magazine read by Bud [701]
Jupiter, Jim npr a TV aerobics instructor [402]
junk food adj+noun the Bundys' standard food [301]
jurassic adj fat (used only by Al for women)


Kaiser npr air conditioning from 1942; Al bought it for 17$ [519]
KDG 12 npr the license plate of Marcy's Mercedes SL (for the state Illinois) [1101]
"Keep 'Em Down" npr title of a book read by Marcy; full title: "Keep 'Em Down, Keep 'Em Down, Keep 'Em Down - A Woman's Guide To Happiness" [509]
Kellyna npr a variation of Kelly's name by Al [820]
Kennedy, Bud-Bud npr a pseudonym by Bud [714]
K-FOSSIL npr a radio station where Al wanted to know the name of a song ("Anna") [518]
"Kids - You're Bigger Than They Are" npr title of a book read by Marcy [109]
KILL ME npr the car number of Peg's father; Al wanted it too [516]
King Al, Hammock 1, Bangkok expr Al's fictional address [1011] ?
King Roach npr Bud's job in the "Commercial Land" [622]
Kippy's npr a restaurant where Peggy used to eat for breakfast [219]
"Know Your Mouse" npr a book written by Mike Semon and read by Bud [215]
Konakai npr a sweetener used by the Bundys [102]
"Kung Shoe" npr title of TV-series with a man wearing fighting footwear; created by Al Bundy [610] (< Kung Fu + Shoe)
Kyoto National Bank npr the bank where Marcy works [113, 204, 902, 1009, 1020]


L.A. expr abbreviation for Long Island (according to Kelly) [522]
Lady Briard npr a champion dog; the owner wanted to pay 10000 $ for Buck breeding with her [524]
Lake Chicamacomico npr a poisoned lake where Al bought a lot [112, 512, 517]
Lake Chunky npr a place where Al wanted to fish [714]
Lakeside Mall npr a rival mall to the New Market Mall, "where shopping is not only fun, but a message" [213, 216]
Lance npr a member of B.A.D. [307]
Larry Storch School of Acting npr a course taken by Kelly [909, 916, 925]
Larry Storch School of Heating Plant and Air-Conditioning Repair npr a course taken by Gary, Al's boss [916] ?
Lasgani noun Lasagne (according to Kelly and Vinnie); an Italian meal [518]
Leavin npr one of the families living in the Jeopardy Lane [617]
Lenhart, Barb npr a former classmate and rival of Marcy; she didn't like her [209]
Les miserables expr name for Peg and Marcy (by Al) [925]
Let's bowl! expr [209]
"Let's Put The Lights On The Trailer" npr title of a song performed by a country singer [813]
Let us sit on your Nest Egg expr writing "on" Marcy as a chicken in the window of her bank [902]
Lewis, Cheese npr Marcy as a referee [504]
librarian-killer noun an adequate job for Al (according to himself) [302]
library noun
(1) a synonym for a horse-race-track according to Al and Steve [221]
(2) a place where Kelly never wanted to go [318]
Lisfield, Mary Ellen npr one of Al's high school flames [802]
literature noun e.g. Garfield cartoons (according to Kelly) [518]
Little League MVP expr a trophy that Al won (before marriage) [302]
Lola npr a former classmate of Milton; he thought Kelly would be Lola, because she looked like a hippie [318]
Long John Buck npr Buck's name on the pirate ship [718]
Louie npr one of Al's friends; he's a plumber [310]
Louise npr one of Peggy's friends [212]
Lovely Zelda npr the blonde girl on the show "How Do I Love Thee" [220]
"Love me for my Understanding"-Dress npr one of Kelly's dresses (according to Bud) [217]
Lower Uncton npr a town in England; the residents must kill the last male Bundys inside their city limits in order to end the curse [624]
Lucifer npr a town in New Mexiko where the Bundys had to stop because Kelly caused an accident [522]
Lucky npr the second dog of the Bundys; reincarnation of Buck [1003-]
Lucky Bowling Socks npr Al's special bowling socks; they should expel ghosts from the basement [212]
Luyah npr a pin-up girl for the Church Of No Ma'am [1004] (< Halleluyah)


Madame Inga npr a fortune-teller using a crystal sphere; one of the five most important fortune-tellers in Chicago [618]
Madame Olga npr a fortune-teller invited by the Rhoades [309]
Madame Zelda npr a psychic scam that has been running by Jefferson D'Arcy [618]
Maharadja Bundy npr alter ego of Al; "Why can't you have dreams like me? You know, where you're Maharadja Bundy. You know. And women with 4 hooters feed me Ding Dongs all day." [112]
Mahoney, Dan npr an officer [414]; he worked for the FBI before he became an officer for the Chicago police [617]; he's married and a member of No Ma'am [809, 821, 906, 911, 913, 914, 1012, 1019]
Man! expr an invective (according to Marcy) [206]
Mandy npr
(1) an unattractive friend of Kelly; they went to a concert of Jimmy Dick and the Night Six [218]
(2) a cousin of Marcy [1122]
March, Terry npr a blonde girl; she's the reason why Kelly wanted to bleach her hair at the age of 7 [312]
Marcy B. Rhoades Aerobics Studio npr fictional name for the new room in the Rhoades' house (given by Peg) [106] (< Marcy Rhoades + Susan B. Anthony Aerobics Studio)
Marcy's father expr Marcy didn't know his (biological) father [222]
Marcy's mother expr she had three husbands that commited suicide [101]; she wanted to marry again [204]; Steve didn't like her [222]; she ate a lot of eggs, maybe that's why Marcy has legs like a chicken (according to Steve) [222]
Marilyn npr one of Kelly's friends [205]
Mark npr a speaker of WHIP [926]
Markowitz, Mad Thursday npr the king of the crystal spheres; one of the five important fortune-tellers in Chicago [618]
Marla npr Miss Detroit; she participated in the Miss Spring Break election [1018]
Marry a redhead! expr a curse (by Al) [314]
Mary npr
(1) an aunt of Marcy [512]
(2) the designer of the Bundys' couch; pronounced "Marý" [815]
Massey, Hiram S. npr a rich man in the hotel where Al and Peggy were (because of Buck's credit card) [216]
Mate Bundy npr the name for Al (given by the "captain") when he worked at Burger Trek [314]
Matt npr a football player (fullback); Kelly likes him, but he's not interested; Bud gives me repetitional lessons; his sure name may be Gibson [304]
Mayor McCheese npr the mayor of Chicago (according to Al)
McAbelly npr a name for Al given by Peg [220]
McBundy, Seamus npr an ancestor of Al that insulted a fat, ugly witch who then imposed a curse on the village and all future male Bundys; lived 1653 in Lower Uncton [624]
McCalvy npr one of the families living in the Jeopardy Lane [420]
McFee, Scooter npr the only Polk High football-player, that was as successfull as Al Bundy; later he killed a lot of people and was taken to a lunatic asylum [1009]
McFee, Winston npr a historian from Lower Uncton; Al named him wrongly Lucky Strike, Benson & Hedges, etc. [624]
McGee, Fuzzy npr one of Al's favorite actors [710]
McGinty npr one of the families living in the Jeopardy Lane [322, 524]
McHackney, Thelma npr a former classmate of Peggy and girlfriend of Teddy (1) [318]
"Me And The Shiska" npr a title of a show; Al and Kelly saw a poster of the show when they were in Hollywood [610]
"Meet The Man That Met Andy Griffith" npr title of a show in Dumpwater; commercial on page 2 of the Dumpwater Floridian [202]
Meg npr the girlfriend of Aaron Mitchell before and after Angie; she looks like an Afro-American Peg [808]
Mel npr the character related to Al ("Pease In A Pod") [909]
Melvin's Tattoos npr a store where Kelly and Brian wanted to get a tattoo [211]
"Men And Other Primates" npr title of a book read by Marcy [107]
Midnight Madness Sale npr an idea of Al and Griff where they sell shoes disguised as wolves; Al's explanation: "Wolves - night - moon - shoes." [916]
Milton npr one of Peg's and Al's former classmates; he was a swot [318]
Milwaukee npr city in Wisconsin where the Wankers live [107, 205]; Al to Peg: "The town they build around your mother."
Mindy npr a former classmate of Kelly [1008, 1017, 1018]
Mini Puffs npr cereals not eaten by Al, because the pack was empty [315]
Miss Cheese npr a competition where Kelly wanted to participate [604]
Miss Spring Break npr an award of Kelly; election in Fort Lauderdale [1017, 1018]
Miss Teenage Wanker npr an award of Peg [1113]
Miss Weenie Tots npr Kelly as the spokesgirl for Weenie Tots [517]
Mitchell, Aaron npr one of Al's sidekicks; a Polk High graduate who sees Al as a hero [808]
"Mixed up at the hospital"-theory npr Bud's theory that he's not the natural brother of Kelly [518]
Mixmaster B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by his date) [603]
Model npr a magazine read by Kelly [308]
Modern Gal npr a magazine read by Kelly and Peg [716, 717, 721, 919, 1005, 1014, 1020, 1022, 1023, 1110, 1114]
Monadixil npr a hair-restorer used by Steve [307]
Monique npr
(1) one of Bud's faked dates; "she" is a shop-window dummy [320]
(2) an oversize model car pooling with Al [825]
Monty npr on a normal day Bud is dealing 3 card Monty at the old folk's home [319]
Moonbeam npr hippie-pseudonym for Bud [318]
Morgan, June npr a former "friend" of Peg (from Wanker County); Al wanted to marry her, because he thought she was part of Jefferson's joke [1026]
Morty npr the owner of Morty's Shoe Store [218]
Morty's Shoe Store npr a rival shoe store [218]
motor oil noun Al's 15th anniversary gift for Peg [619]
Mountain Spring Water npr Marcy's mineral water that Al had to carry to their shack [301]
Mountains, Rocki npr a huge-hootered striptease dancer [912]
Mount St. Helens npr a nickname for Steve (given by Marcy) [102]
Mr. Albino npr the name of Kelly's hairdresser (according to Bud) [310]
Mr. Empty Pants npr a comic strip drawn by Peg and published in Modern Gal [716]
Mr. Freddy npr the barber of Russ [310]
Mr. Idiot npr name for Al; Peggy said "Idiot", but Al wanted to be called "Mr. Idiot" in his own house
Mr. Lacious npr the barber of one of Al's friends [310]
Mr. Mike npr name for a special part of Steve (given by Marcy) [201]
Mr. Puddin' Belly npr nickname for Al (by Peg) [509]
Mr. Shimokawa npr Marcy's boss; the chief of the Kyoto National Bank [1020]
Mrs. Jones npr the teacher of Kelly's course for models [609]
Mrs. McGinty npr she's was one of the victims of the peeping tom [322]
Mrs. Bridges npr a woman living in the Jeopardy Lane [112] ?
Mr. Sock npr a character in the TV-series "Shoe Trek" [610]
Mrs. Santa npr Peg (according to "Santa Claus" Al in front of Joey) [213]
"Mrs. Assfire" npr title of an x-rated movie seen by Al in the videostore [907] (< "Mrs. Doubtfire" + ass)
Mrs. Wicker npr Kelly's (fat) principal; she dated her husband [313]
Mr. Takahashi npr the boss of the Kyoto National Bank [113]
Mr. Vandergelder npr Marcy's boss; he drives a Rolls-Royce [309]
Mr. Wicker npr one of Kelly's dates [313]
Mr. Williams npr a small and crazy man hit by Steve; he used to destroy cars (Mercedes) [315]
Mr. Youheavener npr a sociologist mentioned by Al [219]
Ms. De Groot npr the librarian of the Oakwood Library; she always thought that Al is a loser [302]
Ms. Penza npr the wife of Eugene Bundy; mother of Stymie Junior [511]
Ms. Weigel npr the lawyer of the Hop-On-Inn [308]
Muldin's npr a shop where Peg worked for a short time [108]
Mullin npr one of the families living in the Jeopardy Lane [617]
Murphy npr
(1) a huge-hootered woman in Al's new hair salon [310]
(2) one of the families living in the Jeopardy Land [617]
Murray npr a member of B.A.D. [307]
Mustang '65 npr
(1) a car that was restored by Al and Steve; the car had been stolen [105]
(2) a car bought by Jefferson [616]
M-word expr married [617]
"My Little Black Book" npr Kelly's huge (!) book with all the names of her boyfriends [1124]
"My Partner, My Wife, My Life" npr title of a book read by Marcy [103]
Mystery Pack npr something to eat prepared by Peg (with hallucinating content) [415, 421, 619]


Nancy npr Al thought that would be Kelly's name [301] (< Nancy Spungen [girlfriend of Sid Vicious])
Natalie npr pseudonym by Kelly [302]
National Academy of Elvis Imitators npr a union of Elvis imitators which sent 6 Elvises to the house of the Bundys: 3 white Elvises, 1 Japanese, 1 Afro-American and 1 in a wheel-chair [303]
National Enquirer npr a newspaper [312]; Al asked Peg if this is the newspaper with the "A woman baked cookies - strange but true"-article [312]
National Inquisitor npr a newspaper read by Peg [313] with headlines like "»Smoking can be good for you« says North Carolina Farmer" [313]
National Tattler npr a newspaper read by the Bundys [802, 823]
navigator noun Kelly's function on the pirate ship [718]
NBS npr a broadcasting station in Hollywood that wanted to produce Kelly's show [610]
Neutrum npr one of Kelly's dates [806]
New Market Mall npr the mall where Al works
New Market Mallers npr a softball team consisting of Al , Peg, Bud and other players [211], which is part of the twenty-store and under mall league [504]; they lost the games against the team of the "Kiss Me Cosmetics Company", the team of "Shakey Achers Geriatric Care Center" and the team of the "Christian T-Shirt Store" [211]
New Widow npr a magazine read by Peg [919]
Nicholson, Kimberly npr playmate born in 1969; she has the "Hooters Of The Month" in the November-1988-issue of Big 'Uns; turn-ons: fast cars, long walks on the beach and young Rod Stewart; turn-offs: men who smoke, war and old Rod Stewart [820]
No Ma'am acro men's club [809, 911, 913, 914, 921, 1001, 1004, 1007, 1012, 1015, 1019, 1021, 1026, 1112]; members: Al, Jefferson, Bob Rooney, Griff, Ike and Officer Dan; they like to go to the nudie bar "Jiggly Room" and the official beer is "Girlie Girl" [921, 1004]; abbreviation for "National Organisation of Men Against Amazonian Masterhood" [809] or "Numb Old Men Anxiously Awaiting Moricians" [1007]
No Ma'am's Land npr name of a fictional land where No Ma'am rules; Al to Marcy: "You're in No Ma'am's Land now, baby!" [809]
North Georgia npr a state of the USA (according to Kelly) [615]
Northside Aerobics Studio npr Kelly's favorite aerobics studio [1001]
Nuit Princesses npr chocolate eaten by Peg [1009]


Oakwood Library npr the library where Al took the book "The Little Engine That Could" in 1957 [302]
Oaties npr cereals not eaten by Al, because the pack was empty [315]
Office of Bingo Affairs npr an office that informs Peg about Bingo events; "No doubt a bureau of alcohol, tobacco and useless blood-sucking spouses." (Al) [921]
"Old Aid Song" npr a song performed by Axl Bundy & Co. for old people [709] (< old + Life Aid)
Ole Empty npr nickname for the refridgerator by Al [416]
Oliver npr a speaker of WHIP [926]
One Rock npr a city in Georgia where the Bundys stopped on their trip to Dumpwater; Peg had to say that she is pregnant because they were too fast [202]
Oprah npr Peggy's favorite talkshow hosted by Oprah Winfrey [918, 1001]
Oprah coma npr state of Peg in front of the TV (according to Al) [319]
Oprah-holic noun a person addicted to the talkshow aired by Oprah Winfrey (< Oprah [TV-show] + alcoholic)
Oprah Land npr an Oprah museum [1001]
Oprah's Fatapalooza Tour npr an Oprah promotional tour where they are "displaying the weight she lost in giant glass jars - many giant glass jars" [817] (< fat + Lollapalooza)
Otis npr one of Peg's "friends" [1001]
Otitis Media npr a band [904] (< Otitis media [a bacterial infection of the inner ear])
Oui int
(1) "Hell - yes, we'll sell daddy and collaborate with the Germans." (Kelly)
(2) "Yes, take our country, but please let us live to make our creamy sauces." (Kelly) [726]
(< oui: yes [French])


Paco the Magnificent npr alter ego of Jefferson; fiance of Scarlet [718] ?
Palomino, Bill npr the presenter of the weather report [419]
Panthers npr Al's football-team at Polk High [304, 516]
Paradise Trailer Park npr a park on Southwest Georgia where Al tried to find Ida Mae and Zemus [701]
"Passion" npr a game [1116] ?
Patty npr the character related to Peggy ("Pease In A Pod") [909]
Patty Brite Cosmetics npr Peg's job for a very short time [314]
Paul npr the waiter on the table of the Bundys [311]
Paulina npr an oversize model car pooling with Al [825]
Peace npr hippie-pseudonym for Kelly [318]
"Pease In A Pod" npr
(1) a sit-com with Mel (the husband), Patty (the wife), Carrie (the daughter), Ben (the son) and Chuck (the dog) [909]
(2) theme song of the TV-series [909]
Peetie npr the name of Marcy's cuckoo clock [713]
Peg's mother expr wife of Ephraim Wanker; they live in Wanker County; [101, 111, 206, 207, 310]; she's very, very fat [201, 205]; she's a man resp. the product of 150 years of incest (according to Al) [315]
Peng Beetle npr a poisonous kind of beetle under conservation [819]
"People You Laugh At" npr a show where Al presents his God's Shoes [608] ?
Pest Boys Extermination Co. npr the company where Kelly worked as the Verminator
Pete npr a little-known member of No Ma'am [809]
Peterson, Dan npr one of Kelly's dates; he's the boyfriend of one of Kelly's friends [316]
Peterson, Gary npr Gary [111]
pets noun living beings that have a short life in the house of the Bundys, e.g. a budgerigar (died because Al used the toilet) [315], a gold-gish [317]; the Rhoades have a gold fish [315]
Phi Alpha Delta npr a fraternity that organised the Miss Spring Break election together with Rock TV [1017]
Philosopher-Waitress npr the definition of Kelly's job (by herself) [708]
Philydion npr a planet [507]
Pierce, Courtney npr a former classmate of Steve and Marcy; now she has a beard and is selling vegetable for 3,20 $ [317]
Pies & Cookies npr a company that makes pies in order to jump out of them [217]; Marcy ordered a pie with the writing "Take me, I'm yours" on it for Steve [217] ?
Pig Batch npr ingredients for Peg's cookies [312]
Pimple Poppie npr a name for Bud used by Kelly [301] ?
pink adj the color of Al's Ferguson after Peg's re-decoration [515]
"Pin The Tail On The Shoe Salesman" npr a game played in heaven [614]
Pitman npr one of the Bundys' neighbours [201]; he has a dog named Doridge which he wanted to mate with Zeus the Olympus [201]; he has a son that Kelly wanted to date [201]
Planet Bimbo npr the planet where Kelly belongs to (according to Bud) [913]
"Planet Of The D-Cups" npr title of a movie [608]
Playpen npr a magazine for men [812]
Play Time npr a magazine with naked men read by Kelly [111, 314] and taken by Peg [111]
PMSachusetts npr a state for women (according to Al) [605] (< PMS [premenstrual syndrom] + Massachusetts)
P-O-K-E expr Kelly's misspelling of P-O-L-K [304]
Polaski npr a family living in the Jeopardy Land [112] ?
Polk Dots npr the cheerleader team of the James K. Polk Panthers [304]
Polk High npr the school of Al, Peg, Kelly and Bud; full name: James K. Polk High School
Polk, James Knox npr the 11th president of the United States of America [304]
"Polk High Song" npr song performed by Al and Aaron [808]
Pool & Co. npr an expensive clothing shop in London [625]
Poppy's By The Tree npr a hotel in Dump Water/Florida; 8 $/night; motto: "If we don't got it, you shoulda brought it." [202]
Pop Warner MVP npr a trophy that Al won (before marriage) [302]
Potter, Tim npr a former classmate of Peggy and Al; he was the president of the last class; now he's the owner of Tim's Funeral Directors [318]
Prancer npr one of Santa Claus' companion (according to Al) [213]
Pregnaho npr a state for pregnant women [605] (< pregnant + Idaho)
Pregnant Father a magazine [602]
pregnasaur noun a pregnant woman [605] (< pregnant + dinosaur)
pregzilla noun a pregnant woman [605] (< pregnant + Godzilla [Japanese monster])
pre-Peg expr the time before Peg [613]
Presley Accessories Inc. npr the company of Ollie and Lou; Bud wanted to buy fountain-pens "Elvis slim", fountain-pens "Elvis fat", "Love me tender" toilet paper and Jailhouse Rock soaps [303]
PRODUCER npr Al's car number for the shoe congress in Los Angeles [522]
"Psycho Dad" npr title of Al's favorite TV-series [501, 621, 813, 823, 913, 914]; Al writes it "Syko Dad" [913]
"Psycho Mom" npr title of a TV-series watched by Peg [621]
Puggy Weaver Memorial Cup npr a bowling cup [926]
pumpkin noun nickname for Kelly by Al; in German: Dumpfbacke; in French: Lapin Rose
"Pump That Rump" npr title of Al's favorite rap video [805]
Pundy, Peggy npr a pseudonym used by Peggy for the TV-show "Dr. Sandy" [308]
Puschkin, Nikolai npr a basket ball player from Chechenia admired by April, one of Bud's flames [926]
Pussycat Theatre npr a theater; Bud is a member for lifetime; he payed the membership instead of using the money for bowling lessons [209]


Rabatina npr name of a statue in the New Market Mall [507]
Radio 600 npr a radio station that boycotted Al Bundy [1025]
Rafaello npr a dancer that should dance with Kelly for Bud's fitness video [1014, 1015] ?
Raisin Bran npr name on a cereal packing gnawn by a mouse [215]
Ramon npr an aerobics instructor at the Northside Aerobics Studio where Kelly and her friends go [1001]
Randolph npr the manager of the Elk Head Lodge [1011]
Ray Ray npr leader of a gang beating up Al [802]
Ray's Bar npr a bar where has stolen some christmas gifts for his family [712]
Raywick Sisters npr a tap-dance group performing at Kelly's school to the music of "Duelling Banjos" [313]
red adj
(1) artificial color of Peg's hair [101-1124]
(2) color of the Dodge [917, 1107, 1109]
Red Nose Bar npr a bar at the Lakeside Mall where the reindeer Donna is [213]
Reepers npr Bud's soccer team [512, 513]
reincastrated adj reincarnated (one of Kelly's mistakes) [1025]
Reverend Al npr Al's alter ego for the Church Of No Ma'am; "He married for our sins." [1004]
Reverend Feltcher npr a reverend that told the Bundys that they are not allowed to enter his church anymore [304]
rhino-American noun/adj a fat American woman [814] (< rhinoceros [big animal] + American)
Rhoades, Marcy npr D'Arcy, Marcy [101-416]
Rhoades, Mildred npr an uncle (!) of Steve; he is a florist [222]
Rhoades, Steve npr the neighbour of the Bundys and Marcy's first husband; his middle name is Bartholomew [112, 926]; he went to a congress against the penny [112]; he worked in "The Leading Bank of Chicago", became the manager of the bank [204] and was kicked out later [408]; he likes rafting [210] and playing chess with his German friend [220]; once he had a full beard [210]; he married Marcy on Valentine's Day [217]; at school he used to play accordion [313] and sousaphone [402]; he had a Mustang '65 [105] and drives a Mercedes [204, 216, 219, 301, 319-321, 503]; he left Marcy to become a ranger in a National Park [416]; first he was the driver of the dean of the Trumaine University [917], then he became the dean himself [926]
Rick npr one of Peg's and Al's former classmates [318]
Ricki npr Al's shoe groupie [612]
Ritter npr one of the families living in the Jeopardy Lane [524]
Robby npr a friend of Bud [204]
Rock TV npr a broadcasting station that organised the Miss Spring Break election [1017]
Rodrico npr
(1) a former date of Peggy [211]
(2) the body-builder that participated in the "You Can't Miss"-show [717]
Roger npr
(1) one of Kelly's dates [105]
(2) a little-known member of No Ma'am [809]
Romantic Roast npr a coffee; commerical with Kelly Bundy (Leila) and Jefferson D'Arcy (Lance) [1023]
Romantic Roast Lance Pumps npr a product created by Al Bundy [1023]
Rooney, Bob npr a friend of Al and member of No Ma'am (treasurer) [809, 821, 905, 906, 910-914, 921, 923-925, 1001, 1004, 1005, 1007, 1012, 1015, 1019]; he's a butcher [923] and is married to Louise; wise saying: "Even Big 'Uns look bigger when they're tax-free!" [1004]
Roul npr the real name of Zorro; an exotic dancer [207]
RU Dead 42 npr a pesticide; commercial with Kelly Bundy as the Verminator [808]
Rubio the Cruel npr alter ego of Steve Rhoades [718]
Russ npr one of Al's Afro-American friends [310]
Rusty npr the dog of Peg's mother that was eaten by her; Al doubts that a dog "could accidentally wrap itself in bacon and fall in a microwave oven" [501]

Sal npr a pseudonym for Al (given by Peg) for the TV-show "Dr. Sandy" [308]
Satan npr name of a watchdog in the New Market Mall [218]
Scared Rich npr a program of the Department of Juvenile Corrections that "bussed some kids over to the shoe store to see me work. The guards made 'em watch for three hours. Even the most hardened criminals were in tears." (Al) [616]
Scared Single npr a program for the youth wished by Al [616]
Scarlet npr alter ego of Peg; a princess [718]
Scary Mary npr a show where Al wanted to promote his "God's Shoes" [608]
"Schindler's Lust" npr title of an x-rated movie [907] (< "Schindler's List" + lust)
Schmidt npr a family living in Philadelphia; they sent a christmas gift for the Rhoades but taken by the Bundys [213]
Scootie npr a dangerous animal from Peru; Steve takes it with him [411]
Scott'n'Gary npr a car vendor [409]
Sea Dodge npr a ship; Al was taking Peg on a cruise for their 25th anniversary [920]
Sea-Going-C-Cups npr a magazine for men (in the 16th century) [718]
Sean npr one of Kelly's friends; he likes him [109]
sea weed noun the Bundys' standard food [103, 219, 302, 319]
"See Me, Touch Me, Feel Me, Marry Me, Kill Me" npr one of Al's favorite oldies [501]
Self Touchers Quarterly npr a magazine (for Bud) [921]
"Shakespeare - The Friendly Ghost" npr a show (according to Kelly) [322] (< Shakespeare + Casper - The Friendly Ghost)
Shatman, Bobby npr he liked Terry March (blonde) more than Kelly (not yet blonde) [312]
Sheila npr one of Peggy's friends [212]
Sheldon npr a guy that sent a Valentine's card for Kelly, but she is not interested [217]
"Shenandoah" npr title of a TV-show where Al turns sentimental [623]
"Sheos" npr title of a movie; a Kelly Bundy production of an Al Bundy film with no help at all from Bud Bundy; starring: Kelly Bundy, Al Bundy, Buck Bundy, not Bud Bundy and Peggy Bundy as the monster [925] (< shoes [but in the alphabet the "e" comes before the "o" according to Kelly])
Shirley npr Bud's pillow [304]
shoe anecdote noun one of Al's stories of fat women in the shoe store [1118] ?
shoe convention noun a convention where Al has to go, because he's the one that earned least (7 years succesively), so he has to introduce the one who made the most [320]
shoecumentary noun a documentary about shoes [925] (< shoe + documentary)
Shoe Dog Shovels npr another idea by Al [320]
shoe groupie noun a girl flirting with a shoe salesman [612]
Shoehorn npr nickname for Al as a player of the Chicago Bears; headlines on "The Chicago Examiner": "Bears 5 and 0 - Is Shoehorn Bundy for real?", "Shoehorn - A Shoe-In for MVP", "Bundy shoehorns Bears into Playoffs" [1120]
Shoe House McBurger npr another idea of the man with the God's shoes; he's not God [608]
Shoe Lights npr a "million dollars"- invention by Al Bundy [320]
shoe mines noun the place where Al works as a slave (accoring to himself) [319]
Shoe News npr a shoe magazine; headline of one issue: "Giant Idiot Makes Movie" [925]
shoes noun one of Al's smelling accessories [209]; they can be used as a gun [311]
shoe salesman noun Al's job [101-1124]; the job with the lowest income [314]
Shoes'n'Socks npr a band [709]
Shoe Town npr a fictional town in one of Al's stories [501]
"Shoe Trek" npr title of a TV-series playing in the 24th century created by Al Bundy [610] (< Shoe + Star Trek)
Shoe Yeti npr a name for Al used by Marcy [714]
Sid npr Al thought that would be Bud's name [301] (< Sid Vicious)
"Silence Of The Loins" npr title of an x-rated movie [907] (< "Silence Of The Lambs" + loins)
Simpson npr he worked in "The Leading Bank of Chicago"; he had the best parking space until he died; Steve Rhoades got his parking space [309]
Single-Gene npr the gene that every male has from his birth until his marriage [1118]
Sixtoe npr a city in Arkansas where the Bundys went to for holidays [202]
skilled illiterate expr Al (according to Peg) [310] ?
Skippy npr the deceased 400 lbs. center of the Polk High Panthers [910]
slippers noun a special kind of shoes; Al's slippers smell worse than his feet (according to Peg) [319]
Smith, Bud npr Bud wanted this new name for himself, because Al was filmed by illegally returning the book "The Little Engine That Could" [302]
Smith, Peggy npr a pseudonym by Peggy [418]
SOAP noun writing "on" Kelly in the men's bathroom [304]
society noun "Society somehow separated the sexes. It made some people women. I don't know why. I'd rather be dead. It made women weaker. They're meant to do things for men. Men aren't made to do things for women ... until they're married and the law makes
them." (Al) [211]
socks noun one of Al's smelling accessories [108, 111]; they can be used as a gun [311]
Son-of-a-Woman-from-Wanker expr a curse (Al to Bud) [902] ?
Sonora Streaming Desert Tortoises npr a football team playing against Tremaine Jacksons [826]
Sonya npr one of Bud's "easy" dates; she's an exchange student [806]
Soot from the Fire-place du jour npr a meal prepared by Peg (according to Al) [317] ?
South 40 npr an insurance; "The farmer's best friend next to a sheep and a tall wheat field." [806]
South Georgia npr a state of the USA (according to Kelly) [615]
Spectra Vision npr a cable-channel that showed a box fight Al wanted to see [109]
Speedy npr one of Peg's and Al's former classmates; he plays golf [318]
Spell It! expr a curse used by Bud for Kelly [316]
"Spell The Word" npr a TV-show watched by Peg [111]
Spike npr he works at Johnny B. Goods [113]
"Spike Le Bee - N.Y. City School Teacher" npr title of a show; Al and Kelly saw a poster of this show when they were in Hollywood [610]
Splib npr a little-known member of No Ma'am [1004]
Sports Time Magazine npr a magazine read by Peg [221]
Springtime in Baghdad npr a pesticide tested by Kelly [819 v 820 ?]
Squab, Mona npr a just-married woman from Carl Lake/Wisconsin participating in the show "How Do I Love Thee"; she's the wife of Roland and a directory assistance operator [220]
Squab, Roland npr a just-married man from Carl Lake/Wisconsin participating in the show "How Do I Love Thee"; he's the husband of Mona and a TV repair man [220]
Squish Magazine npr the magazine where Lovely Zelda appears naked [220]
Stairmaster B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B.
Stanley npr the spider in Bud's room [317]
Starla npr Bud's pen-pal; he wrote her that he looks like Brad Pitt, lives in a French country house, drives a Porsche and that his father is dead; she's Lonnie's girlfriend; together with Lonnie she took the Bundys as hostages [1123]
Starship Bundy npr Al (according to himself) [726]
Stevarino npr a nickname for Steve (by Al) [105]
Steve Rhoades' house expr a chicken restaurant in Walkegan after it has wrongly been wrecked [316]
Steve's father expr he sold secret information during the World War [222]
Steve's mother expr the difference between her an a bowling shot is that a bowling shot has no beard (according to Marcy) [222]; [314]; she gets the money of Steve's life insurance [316]
Steve's Road House npr a house that should be wrecked (and not Steve Rhoades' house) [316]
Sticky npr a little-known (Mexican) member of No Ma'am [1004]
Sticky the Clown npr Bud's favorite clown as a child; Peg invited him (for 5 $) for Bud's 18th birthday [616]
Stinkwater npr the name of Dumpwater (according to Bud) [202]
Stones, Chuck npr the husband of Mimi [209]
Stones, Didi npr the daughter of Mimi Stones; she plays bowling and gets 200 points [209]
Stones, Frank npr a son of Mimi [209]
Stones, Mimi npr a former classmate and rival of Peg; she met her playing bowling [209]
Stones, Roscoe npr a son of Mimi [209]
Storch, Larry npr a former actor and the owner of the Larry Storch School of Acting
Striiiike! expr [209]
"Strip Study" npr a game played by Bud and Ariel [1021]
Studio 8 npr the set where Kelly's show has been produced [610]
Stupid Girl in Chains npr a magazine for men [703]
sulphur noun the symbol for the 16th marriage anniversary (according to Al) [103]
Super Deluxe Patty Party Beginner's Set npr a cosmetics set that Peggy bought for 250 $ [314]
Super Mom expr/syn Peg (according to Al - ironically) [313]
Susan B. Anthony Aerobics Studio npr Marcy's favorite fitness studio [106]
Sven npr
(1) Al's co-worker where he had to unload lobsters, because he couldn't pay in a restaurant [216]
(2) a man who should play for the New Market Mallers instead of Al [504]
Sweatbucket npr a town in Florida where Al and Peg went [619]
sweat of the dead npr Al's special kind of sweat (according to himself) [319]



Tabasco-Shrimps-Ice-Cream npr one of the "strange" ingredients of Peg's sandwiches [606]
Taek-Won-Donut noun a self-defense course for fat women [1006]
talkshows noun Peg's favorite TV-shows dealing with topics like "Sugar coma - Is is ruining productivity at home?" [312]
Tang npr instant orange juice [407]
Tapmaster npr name for Steve used by Marcy [313]
Tears & Vomit npr one of Kelly's and Bud's favorite bands [311]
Ted npr a former date of Peggy [211]
Teddy npr
(1) one of Peggy's date; boyfriend of Thelma McHackney [318]
(2) a friend of Bud; they call themselves "amigos"; he has a date [320]
Teenage Mutant Ninja Coffin npr a special kind of coffin shown to Bud and Kelly [710]
Teethless McKenzey npr she had the number 110 for Johnny B. Goods [113] ?
Ten Little Toe-Nails npr a beauty studio frequented by Peg [106]
terminal disease noun marriage (according to Al) [710]
Terry's Bar npr a bar; Peg thought Al would be there [107]
Thad npr former (male) quarter-back of the Polk High Panthers; now a woman [910]
"Thank you, Dad!" expr ironical phrase by Kelly and Bud; often provocated by Peg [203, 204, 213]
"Thank you, Mom!" expr ironical phrase by Kelly [320]
"Thank you, Mr. Rhoades!" expr Kelly and Bud to Steve, because he cooked [210]
"Thank you, Mrs. and Mr. Rhoades!" expr a phrase used by Kelly and Bud [308]
"That Idiot Al" npr a fictional show where Al would have to pay 10000$ to Peg [205]
The ABC of a Good Marriage expr
(1) "Appreciation, balance and consideration." - from the book "The Woman Is Always Right" (Jefferson) [802]
(2) "Air conditioning, beer and »Could you shut up, so I can enjoy my air conditioning and beer«." (Al) [802]
The Amish Quarterly npr a magazine read by the Bundys [919]
The Bad in Life expr "Work, kids and Habib-shirts." (Al) [623]
The Balance between Ping and Pong expr one of Kelly's scientific theories [1025]
The Bedtime Story npr a story told by Al; "It's not a happy story, it's a story of great sadness: Once upon a time, there was a man who sold shoes. He was a good man, but somehow good things never came to him. Did I mention he was a great athlete in high school? People cheere him. That was before the red thing appeared. Darkness fell on Shoe Town. Who would take on the red beast? Who would battle it? Who would marry it? The little shoeman stepped forward - or perhaps the others just stepped back? At any rate, an unholy union was born. So were two unholy children. And the lonely shoeman, who once had been a mighty athlete in high school and scored four touchdowns in one game and had many offers to junior colleges and could have made something of his life ... laid down and died. The End." (Al) [501]
The Bennett Family Motto expr "We see it. We want it. We get it." [922]
The Best Bundy Christmas Ever expr [412]
The Best of the Old Oprah npr a shop with Oprah stuff (Oprah t-shirts, etc.); an idea of Peg [1001]
The Birthday Hop npr a dance by Peg on her birthday (according to Bud and Kelly) [306]
"The Bridges Of Madison County" npr a movie with Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep; the director's cut has additional 11 minutes Clint sponge bathing Meryl; shown in the Lakeside Theaters [1006]
The Bundy Bounce npr a special bounce created by Kelly for the commercial of the Allanté-car [506]
The Bundy Charm expr violence [620]
The Bundy Cloud of Failure expr a variation of the Bundy curse; Al: "Nothing bad happened to me. It's possible that the Bundy cloud of failure has passed over me and onto my kids like I only dreamt possible." [610]
The Bundy Credo expr
(1) "When one of us is embarrassed, the rest of us feel better about ourselves." (Al) [313]
(2) "A Bundy never wins." (Al) [423]
(3) "A Bundy never eats." (Bud) [423]
(4) "A Bundy never learns." (Kelly) [423]
(5) "A Bundy never cares." (Bud) [423]
(6) "Lie if your wife is a waking. Lie if your belly is aching. Lie if you think she's faking. Lie, sell shoes, lie." (Al) [725]
(7) "Hooters, hooters, yum, yum, yum. Hooters, hooters on a girl that's dumb." (Al) [725]
The Bundy Curse expr
(1) "Your mother is just a Bundy by marriage. She's part of the curse. But we are blood Bundys. We are truly doomed." (Al to Kelly) [420]
(2) "The foot odor thing." (Peg) [804]
(3) "The minute a Bundy has good luck he immediately starts building up an equal amount of bad luck." (Al) [804]
The Bundy Fanclub expr Peg, Kelly and Bud (according to Al - ironically) [312]
The Bundy Forehead npr the special forehead every Bundy has; like the one of a dolphin [113] ?
The Bundy Holidays npr the holidays in Dumpwater/Florida (according to Kelly) [202]
The Bundy Legacy expr "What they don't finish in 30 seconds, they never finish." (Peg) [620]
The Bundy Motto expr
(1) "We ain't got it." (Al) [202]
(2) "It sees us. It insults us. We kick its ass." [922]
The Bundy Philosophy of Lying expr "The Bundys' proud name was built on a philosophy of lying. Well, lying, owing money and perhaps beer. Yes, lying, owing money and beer. The only thing that separates us from the Kennedys is that they have money." (Al) [725]
The Bundy Seed npr the Bundy blood; Al: "Bud <is> the carrier and the future of the Bundy seed and - by the way it looks - the last." [613]
The Bundy Shuffle npr do-it-yourself (practised by Bud) [1021]
The Bundy Tradition expr "We will cheat our heineys off." (Al) [520]
The Bundy World Tour npr Al's annual week-long around the world vacation in the Bundy living room [622]
The Bundy Yell expr "I wanna die." (Al) [417]
The Bundy Yellow npr the color of the teeth of all male Bundy; often confounded with gold (according to Peg)
The Cannibal of Chicago npr a name for Griff; Officer Dan arrested him to plan the celebration of his No Ma'am membership [1026]
The Captain and the Tenille npr name of a band; one of the favorite bands of Marcy; they are the support act for The Carpenters [801]
The Darker Planet npr/syn Peg (according to Al) [305]
The Dumpwater Floridian npr the name of a newspaper; headlines: "Poppy's Killer Strikes Again" and "Obnoxious Couple Found Dead" (Sept. 1972), "It Happened Again At Poppy's" and "»Ooh, That Must've Hurt«, says Sheriff" (Sept. 1977), "The Axe Is Back!" and "Hotel Is Safe Until 1987" (Sept. 1982), "New State Highway Planned" (Sept. 1987) [202]
The Evil Pair npr Al's wedding socks [313]
"The Family Keates" npr theme song of a TV-series [909]
The 1st Commandment of No Ma'am expr "Thou shalt not touch your own wife." [1101] ?
The 5 Days 24 Hours Daylight Moonlight Daylight Moonlight Day- light Moonlight Madness Sale expr one of Al's ideas for the shoe store, where he and Griff should look like wolves [714]
The 5 Demands of No Ma'am expr
"Demand 1: You gals want a ladies' night? Try having it in the kitchen cooking for a man. Demand 2: Don't put on a dress and ask us if you look fat. Besides, it's not the dress that makes you look fat. It's the fat that makes you look fat. Demand 3: Don't ask us to talk or to cuddle after sex or before sex or during sex. You're lucky if we take our pants off. Demand 4: Don't ask us to say »I love you« over the phone. It's hard enough to say it to someone we're paying a dollar a minute to talk to. Demand 5: Stop talking about Fabio." [809]
The 4 Great Inventions expr "The bikini, the thong bikini, the really itchy thong bikini and Al's idea to put an aerobics studio next to the shoe store." (Jefferson) [1001]
The Golden Shoe Horn npr the thing Al gets when he retires; "When I'm 65, I'll get the Golden Shoe Horn, which I can sharpen and fall onto when I'm 66." (Al) [826]
"The Great Picnic of Yogi Bear" npr a movie; Bud's grandmother wanted him to go to the cinema on his 18th birthday [616] ?
The Ground Rules of the House npr "Rule number 1: There's two bedrooms, I get one alone. You two can share one. Just keep the door closed while your changin' I don't wanna kill the bait. Rule 2: Speakin' to me ..." (Al to Peg and Marcy) [714]
"The Healthiest Man In Chicago" npr a TV-show hosted by the aerobics instructor Jim Jupiter [402]
"The Homeless Detective" npr title of a show; Al and Kelly saw a poster of this show when they were in Hollywood [610]
The Juggs npr a country duo (Peg and Kelly); they win a country singing contest in Branson/Missouri [1108]
The Just Store npr a store where the members of No Ma'am bought some things [1007]
The King Of Sports expr wrestling [1007]
The Leading Bank of Chicago npr the bank where Steve and Marcy worked [-204]
"The Little Engine That Could" npr a book that Al checked out in 1957 while in elementary school [302]
"The Living Planet" npr title of a book read by Marcy [113]
The Lizard and I npr a magazine red by Peg [919]
The Man Who Met Andy Griffith npr one of the two "attractions" of Dumpwater [202]; he's the axe-murderer [203]
"The Masculine Feminist" npr one of Peg's and Marcy's favorite TV-shows hosted by Jerry Springer [809]
The Mob npr a credit bank that gave Bud money for a fitness video [1014]
The Nameless Shoe Salesman npr name on Al's check-book [517]
The New Bundy World Order expr "Food, clean clothes and a huge-hootered oriental woman to replace the pregzilla Peg." [605]
The Perfect Man expr the bottom of Mel Gibson and no brain, because it should be a man (according to Peg and Marcy) [110]
The Perfect Woman expr the legs of Jamie Lee Curtis, the bottom of Jamie Lee Curtis, the face of Brigitte Bardot and the brain of Vanna White (according to Al, Steve, Barney and Morris) [110]
The Real Scare expr Al's underwear; "And if you really want a scare, check out his underwear - if you dare!" (Peg) [614]
The Reaper npr a fictional baby-name [601]
The Red Danger npr Peg (according to Al) [1006] ?
The Rules of Basketball expr "Rule #1: No talking. And when you break rule #1, and you will, there's rule #2, which is: If I look at pretty girls walking up and down the aisles, and I will, you can't say »Are they prettier than me? «. Always know the answer will be »Yes, she is« and in some cases »Yes, he is«." (Al) [801]
The Secret of the Bundy Marriage expr
(1) Peg: "Oh, no secret really. Just to be considerate. Accept each other for what you are. Don't point out the fact that the hair he's losing on his head is now growing out of his nose ... and his ears."; Al: "And accepting the fact that nowadays it's harder to figure out where her chest ends and her stomach begins." [101];
(2) "We don't believe in love. That's why our marriage works." [514]
The Shoe Commandments expr "Thou shall have shoes with toes stitched in. Thou shall have socks attached to the shoes. Thou shall have other things coming forthwith." (Al) [608]
"The Song Of The Married Men" npr title of a song performed by Al and some husbands at the mall [808]
The 3 Giants expr "Einstein, Tyson, Heineken." (Al) [1001] ?
The 3 Magic Words expr
(1) "I am sorry." (Jefferson) [902]
(2) "You are fired." (Kelly) [902]
The 3 Things a Bundy will never be expr "Rich, a snitch and regular." (Al) [820]
The Top 10 List expr a list of things to make Marcy more attractive to her husband; "10: Wear traditional Islamic garb covering all but the eyes. 9: Feather removing electrolysis. 8: Ski Mask. 7: Sew up holes in the ski mask. 6: Have attractive woman to stand in front of you at all times. 5: Beak job. 4: Put paper bag over ski mask. 3: Shave head, tattoo Cindy Crawford's face on back. Learn to walk backwards. 2: Poke out eyes of every man on Earth. 1: Get President to make every day Halloween." (Al) [1023]
The Traditional Bundy Greeting expr "I've got some bad news." [820]
The Traditional Re-Wrapping expr Christmas (according to Al) [213]
The Truly Great Scams expr "The Loch Ness Monster, Canada and now the tax-exempt Church of No Ma'am." (Al) [1004]
The Tuxedos npr a band [402]
The 2 Things a Bundy never does expr they never eat vegetables and don't tap-dance [313]
The Valley of Death npr a place in the New Market Mall where the married men sit; "There they are, son. The lost souls, the feeble, the meek. The married." (Al to Aaron) [808]
The Verducci Masterplan npr Vinnie has to marry a rich woman [525]
The Wanker Translation Book npr a dictionary English-Jibberish [815]
The Wanker Triplets npr three aunts of Peg (triplets): Milly, Elena and Eadie [222]
The Wanker Waggon expr Peg's relatives (according to Al) [222]
The Way God Intended expr "No wife, no kids, no pain." [322]
The Why npr the band that played on the Polk High School Reunion [317, 318]
"The Woman Is Always Right" npr title of a book read by Marcy [802]
"They Exploded Out Of Their Bras" npr title of a movie by Joseph Zipper [706]
"Think Bingo And Grow Rich" npr title of a book read by Peg [921]
"Thinnergy" npr title of a diet book read by Marcy and given to Peg; it says that every person should try to avoid "negative food" [102] (< thin + energy)
Thompson, Jim npr pseudonym by Al for a shoe congress [522]
"Thumbs - Show 'Em If You've Got 'Em" expr theme of a parade in Wanker County [917]
Thumbsucker B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B. (by Kelly) [614]
Thursday noun
(1) the day when Al is bowling [809]
(2) women's day in Al's favorite bowling alley [809]
(3) the silicon-free day at the "Jiggly Room" [912]
Tiffany npr a 21 years old art student discovered by Bud in the park; she's from San Francisco and wants to go to New York City; she doesn't like bras, but she likes Modigliani, Kandinski, Chagall and American impressionists [212]
Tiger npr name that Marcy gave Al in her dream [112] and a nickname used by Peg [221]
Timmy Turtle npr Kelly's turtle [1102]
Tim's Funeral Directors npr the company of Tim Potter [318]
Toastmaster B. npr a variation of Bud's alter ego Grandmaster B.
Toes! expr Cheese! (in Wanker County that's where cheese comes from) [926]
toilet noun Al's favorite place [303], the place where he is still king [319]
Tony npr the deceased barber of Al, Al's father and Bud; price for a hair-do: 1,25 $ [310]
toothpaste sandwich noun one of the "meals" Al prepares in order to have something to eat [314]
Tot Industries npr the company that produces Weenie Tots; owned by Lonnie's family [1124]
Tot, Earl npr Lonnie's father; owner of Tot Industries [1124]
Tot, Lonnie npr the guy that wanted to marry Kelly; Al accepted him as a son-in-law because his family owns Tot Industries; the marriage didn't take place because Al saw his future son-in-law in the "Jiggly Room" [1124]
Tot, Pearl npr Lonnie's mother [1124]
Tot, Tatum npr sister of Lonnie; she wanted to marry Bud [1124]
Touchdown Bundy npr Al's high school nickname [304]; the former cheedleader Sandy called Al "Touchdown" [613]
"Touchdown Trivia" npr a show where Kelly [823] and Al participated
Town Drunk npr
(1) the name of Al's father (according to Peg) [601]
(2) a fictional baby-name [601]
Transmexican Motors npr a car company that wanted to build a new manufactoring plant on Al's football field, in order to produce the Xaguar GT [819]
Traugott's Scrub House npr a car wash where Jefferson worked for a short time [917]
Traugott, Walter npr an ex-CIA-agent; he knows Jefferson [820]
Tremaine Jacksons npr the football team of Bud's college; quarterback: Chad [826] (miss-spelled < Trumaine)
Troy's npr a male strip club visited by Peg and Marcy [206, 207]; "Troy's is not responsible for valuables lost in any part of a dancer." [207]
Trumaine College npr Bud's college [711-?]
Tubro npr the fat Panamaian god of cash [407]
Tunie npr an aunt of Marcy [401]
tussy noun
(1) a girl (used by Kelly)
(2) a girl that's not interested in Bud (used by Kelly and Bud); e.g. a fat old woman [717]
TV World npr a theme park where Kelly worked [622]
Tweety npr Kelly's 1000$ cockatoo [1003]


Uncle Sticky's Pimple Potion npr a potion mixed by Sticky Wanker [903]
Unconscious npr a Chinese philosopher (according to Kelly); wise saying: "It's better to have loved and lost then never to have seen »Lost in Space« at all." [922]
Undy, Sal npr pseudonym by Al [805]
Upper Uncton npr a town in England; the residents must insure that the Bundys die outside Lower Uncton so the curse becomes permanent and it stays as their tourist attraction [624]
useful adj e.g. UFOs; "Why do women see Elvis? At least men see something useful like UFO's." (Steve) [303]
U.Z. Meat npr a band [403]


Vanett, Greg npr one of Kelly's dates; he's the boyfriend of one of Kelly's friends [316]
Van Pelt npr a family; members: Adolph, Bruce, Franklin, Leonard, Vanessa and Tanya [611]
Van Pelt, Colonel Franklin npr an uncle of Vanessa; he wanted to give her a diamond called "Pharao's Eye" [611]
Van Pelt, Vanessa npr she went to Jack Dallas (but there was only Al) because he wanted him as a bodyguard for her and the diamond [611]
VCR noun abbreviation for Video Cassette Recorder; according to Al: Video Something Recorder [108]
Ventura, Luke npr one of Al's sidekicks [101-107]; his face appears on the cover of "Shoe News" [925]
VeraCruz de la Holla Cardinal, Miranda npr TV-reporter [905, 906, 913, 920, 1004, 1006, 1021, 1025, 1102] from Ecuador [913]; she works for WHBZ [913] and/or for Channel 83 [1004]
Verducci, Charlie npr father of Vinnie [518, 525]
Verducci, Vinnie npr one of Kelly's dates [518, 525]
Verminator npr Kelly's job in the TV World theme park [622, 808, 819, 902]
Veronica npr a good woman, because she never had her period (according to Al) [301]
VHS npr the system of the Rhoades' video recorder [315]
Vicky npr
(1) a chamber-maid at Poppy's By The Tree; she gave Al a piece of paper ("Get out now") [202]
(2) a girl on the Polk High School Reunion; Al wrongly calls her Hooter [318]
Viola! int That's it! (according to Kelly, because she has an "F" in Spanish) [318] (< Voila!: That's it! [French])
Vista npr a credit card accepted in Gary's Shoes [102, 303] (< Visa)
"Vital Social Issues'n'Stuff With Kelly" npr a show where Kelly and her friends discuss subjects like men's butts and the slut of the week [609]
vitamins noun/syn sugar (according to Al and Peg); they gave sugar to their children but said it would be vitamins [305]



WAGS npr a plastic doll, "The Perplexed Pup - Cartoon Cutie"; Kelly gives a poster of it to Bud [701]
Wagstock npr a family from Tuconsa/Iowa that got an Elvis package deal [303]
Waist Away npr a dietary drink; tastes like cow piss, salmon, garlic etc.; commerical with Kelly Bundy [912]
waitress noun "God's alternative to moms." (according to Al) [219]
Wally npr the owner of Wally's Pest Control; he catched the mouse in the Bundys' house [215]
Wally's Pest Control npr Wally's company [215]
Wang, Su Hun npr the winner of the lottery (60 million $) in which Peg has participated; he lived for two weeks in the USA [305]
Wanker npr Peg's family; they live from illegal distillation [222]
Wanker, Blinky npr a cousin of Peg [815]
Wanker County npr county in Wisconsin [423]; Indian name: "Land of the Big Gassy Possum"; for a trip you need purification tablets for water, meat, fish and grain and the Wanker Translation Book [815]
Wanker County Olympic Games npr [815]
Wanker, Dave npr an uncle of Kelly [402]
Wanker, Eadie npr one of the Wanker Triplets; an aunt of Peg [222]
Wanker, Eb npr a cousin of Peg [606]
Wanker, Effie npr (1) an aunt of Peg [415]
(2) a cousin of Peg [606]
Wanker, Elena npr one of the Wanker Triplets; an aunt of Peg; she wanted to marry [222]
Wanker, Ephraim npr Peg's father [317, 1002, 1010, 1013, 1026]
Wanker, Ephus npr an uncle of Peg [415]
Wanker, Harriette npr a niece of Peg; cousin of Bud and Kelly; she marries Jose [107]
Wanker, Henry npr one of Peg's deceased uncles [311]
Wanker, Hootie npr one of Peg's relatives [513]
Wanker, Ida Mae npr a cousin of Peg; mother of Seven [701]
Wanker, Irwin npr an uncle of Peg [222]
Wanker, Jeb npr a cousin of Peg [815]
Wanker, John npr one of Kelly's relatives and one of her dates; he works in a feed store in Wanker County [222]
Wanker, Milly npr one of the Wanker Triplets; an aunt of Peg [222]
Wanker, Otto npr a (gay) uncle of Peg; he's the fourth of the Wanker Triplets (according to Al) [222]
Wanker, Perley npr an aunt of Kelly [402]
Wanker, Seven npr son of Ida Mae and Zemus Wanker; he's their 6th child [701-706, 708, 709, 711, 712, 714, 718]; Al declared him as a Bundy [703]
Wanker, Skeeter npr an aunt of Peg [815]
Wanker, Sticky npr an uncle of Peg [903]
Wanker, Toppie npr an uncle of Peg [415]
Wanker, Zemus npr the husband of Ida Mae; father of Seven [701]
Wanker, Zigg npr a cousin of Peg [815]
Water-Pistol npr nickname for Griff (by "Butter") [1012] ?
Waters, Eric npr a former unattractive classmate of Kelly; he was "dating" her on the roof of the John Hancock Center; one toe had to be amputated; now he's attractive, a finance expert and very rich [1008]
Wayne, John npr Al's favorite actor; nickname: The Duke; plays in "Hondo" [222, 824]
Weaver, Puggy npr bowler; 256 points on 26th April 1965 [420]
Weenie Tots npr Al's favorite chemical food; delicious meat-flavored treats (that evaporate after prolonged exposure to air) [517]
Western Classic Theater npr a series where they showed "Hondo" [222]
"We've Only Just Begun" npr title of the wedding song of Peg and Al (by The Carpenters) [515]
WHBZ npr the broadcasting station where they send "Psycho Dad" [913]
WHIP npr a campus radio station on 106,2 FM (Trumaine University) [926]
Whoa int e.g. "Whoa, Bundy!" [209] or "Whoa, stealing old ladies' pension checks!"
"Who Drops Next?" npr a "game" played by the wives of the members of No Ma'am, who are trying to install a satellite antenna [1015] ?
"Why I Hate My Spouse" npr the name of a questionnaire for the "How Do I Love Thee"-show filled out by Marcy and Steve under the name of Peggy and Al [220]
"Why Me?" npr a psychological radio show listened to by Peggy [518]
Wigs npr crackers or cookies eaten by Kelly [211]
Winkleman, Bink npr he hosted the show "How Do I Love Thee" [220]
Winthrope npr the brand of the Bundys' computer with a 3600 Baud modem, a VGA color monitor, a 40 MB harddisc and 7 MB RAM; price: 1900 $ instead of 2100 $ [319]
women noun "Women, what are they good for? 2 C's: cooking and kitchen." (Al) [219]
"Women Of Trumaine" npr a pin-up calendar with 12 girls created by Bud [1016]
Women's Career Day npr a project at Kelly's school [312]
"Women's World" npr a TV-show watched by Peg with subjects like "Men - herd 'em up and kill 'em all" [316]
work noun a horrible thing; Peg: "Kelly, maybe it's time we had a little talk. You're getting to be a big girl now. There's something I've put off telling you for a while but time is slipping by fast. I don't want you to learn it in the streets. Honey, there's a thing that men will want you to do. In fact, they'll expect it. Now, no woman really enjoys it. But we do it, get them to marry us and never do it again. That horrible thing is called »work«." [419]
"Wrestlepalooza" npr a wrestling show [1007, 1012] (< wrestling + Lollapalooza)
Wrigley Field npr a baseball field, where the No Ma'am guys played, in order to counteract the baseball strike [911]


Xaguar GT npr a car [819]
X, Griff npr a pseudonym by Griff [1025]
X-Mas Stuff expr a writing on a box containing old christmas gifts [213]


Yanell, Yetta npr a girl; Bud called her up, but she's not interested in dating with [320]
Yeast'n'Stuff npr the only beer the guys of No Ma'am could afford after the beer-tax increase [1004]
yellow adj the color of the teeth of the male Bundys
Yes Ma'am npr the writing on a t-shirt of Jefferson which he has under his No Ma'am t-shirt [809, 911]
Yodelin' Andy npr a singer; releases: "Yodelin' Andy's Yodel Songs", "Yodelin' Andy Yodels The Blues", "Yodelin' Andy Yodels The Hits" and "The Best Of Yodelin' Andy" [216]; a mixture between Trini Lopez and Pearl Ives (according to Bud) [216]
"You Are What You Were" npr a course taken by Marcy [502]
"You Can't Miss" npr a show with Bud, Henry, Eugene, Candy (the beautiful girl) and Rodrico (the body builder) [717]
"You Light Up My Life" npr title of Marcy's favorite song [1116]
Youngstown npr a city in Ohio where Elvis has been seen after Al exuded his picture [303]
Yvette npr a 17 years old college exchange girl from France living in the Bundys' house for 500$ a month [406]


Zelmo the Badger npr one of the five important fortune-tellers in Chicago; he controlls the north [618]
Zeus npr an athletic shoe; commerical with Al Bundy [823?]
Zimmermann npr a family mentioned [204]
Zorro npr a male stripper at Troy's [206]