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"Can't Dance, Don't Ask Me" (0313)

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Last update October 19, 1998

Episode title: Can't Dance, Don't Ask Me
Episode alias: Kelly's Dance
Episode production code: 0313

Episode # in production code order: 48
Episode # in true US premiere order: 47
Episode # in old US premiere order: 48

US premiere date: March 12, 1989
US premiere time: 8:30 pm

Teleplay by Robert Ulin, story by Gabrielle Topping
Directed by Gerry Cohen

First camera shot: Peggy is reading the "Enquirer".

Synopsis: After Kelly's prank on the tap-dancing club, the principal dictates she either join the club (of "geeks and dweebs") or leave school, which would leave her without a daily hot meal. Kelly must then do a Tap Dance recital, but she drops the idea at the last minute and does something slightly more exciting (and erotic). Also, Al gives the Bundy credo as: "When one Bundy is embarrassed, the rest of us feel better about ourselves." We also find out that Al buys clothes at "Bob's Pre-Owned Socks 'n Stuff".

Guest cast:
Mrs. Wicker: Bunny Summers
Mr. Wormer: Sandy Helberg
Bruno: Jesse Borrego

Music: "Fever" by Annabella and "Anything Goes" on a record.

The Bundy credo: "When one Bundy is embarrassed, the rest of us feel better about ourselves."

References: The episode title refers to a song by Jerome Kern.

Kelly's boyfriends: Bruno, Mrs. Wicker's husband

Kelly and Bruno

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