Chicago Shoe Exchange: Al and Griff trade the shoe store's inventory for a massage chair.
How To Marry A Moron: Al objects to Kelly marrying an armed robber, until he discovers that he's the heir to a family fortune.
Desperate Half-Hour: Bud's prison pen pal arrives to rob the Bundys.
Damn Bundys: Al sells his soul for a chance to play in the Super Bowl.
Lez Be Friends: Al strikes up a friendship with Marcy's identical cousin.
Birthday Boy Toy: As Jefferson's worries about getting old force him into taking a job, Al tries to cure Peggy's shopping addiction.
A Babe In Toyland: Kelly becomes a prima donna after being asked to fill in on a popular children's television program.
Live Nude Peg: Al falls in love with a stripper, unaware that she's actually his wife.
Breaking Up Is Easy To Do Part III: While Al finds single life dismal, Peggy tries to land a new husband.
Breaking Up Is Easy To Do Part II: When Al moves out, he and Peggy throw themselves into the singles scene, with widely different results.
Breaking Up Is Easy To Do Part I: A party game sends Al and Peggy to a marriage counselor; Kelly squares off in the boxing ring against a rival actress.
T*R*A*S*H: Al and Griff join Jefferson in the National Guard.
Grime And Punishment: When he starts charging Bud rent, Al is confined to the basement until he makes some much-needed repairs.
Bud On The Side: Al's boss falls in love with Bud.
The Stepford Peg: Peggy's amnesia allows Al to mold her into the perfect wife.
Crimes Against Obesity: As he's trying to celebrate his birthday, Al is put on trial by a group of obese women.