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"Oldies but Young'Uns" (0518)

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Episode title: Oldies but Young'Uns
Episode production code: 0518

Episode # in production code order: 98
Episode # in true US premiere order: 96
Episode # in old US premiere order: 97

US premiere date: March 17, 1991
US premiere time: 9 pm

Written by Bill Prady
Directed by Gerry Cohen

First camera shot: Kelly on the couch, Bud makes a comment about her perfume.

Synopsis: Al is haunted by a tune heard on the radio which he can hum but not name. He similarly haunts Kelly's date who learns that he can look but not touch.

Recurring character cast:
Charlie Verducci: Joseph Bologna
Vinnie Verducci: Matt Le Blanc

Guest cast:
Dave: Suli McCullough
Customer #1: Michael Stanton
Customer #2: Ron Litman
Rick Cool: Bean Baxter

General note: This episode features the first appearance of the "Top of the Heap" (0525) characters. Al points out that he doesn't like the series "Hunter". In 1985, Ed O'Neill had a guest appearance in the "Hunter" episode "The Garbage Man". The store "Final Vinyl" will reappear on "The Chicago Wine Party" (0707).

Music: The ending credits play Al's mystery song - "Anna (Go To Him)", written and performed by Arthur Alexander - instead of the regular theme music. By the way, the Beatles covered this song on their very first album "Please Please Me", released on March 22, 1963. However, the song was Charlie sings a variation of the Patty Duke Show theme song.

Kelly's boyfriend: Vinnie Verducci
Kellyisms: She mispronounces "Lasagne".

Influences: The episode title is inspired by the saying "Oldies but Goodies".

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


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