Married... with Children/All Night Security Dude

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All Night Security Dude
Season 5, Episode 16
Airdate February 24, 1991
Production Number 516
Written by Glen Eichler,
Peter Gaffney
Directed by Gerry Cohen
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All Night Security Dude is the sixteenth episode of the fifth season of Married... with Children, and the ninety-sixth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Ted McGinley (Jefferson D'Arcy), Bubba Smith (Spare Tire Dixon), Dorit Sauer (Trixie), Carol Gustafson (Principal)


Plot Overview

Al takes a second job as a School Security Guard.When Al answers the call of Nature in the Boys Restroom,some students steal School Property.The one Property,the most valuable School Property is the Trophy that Al won when he was an Athlete at Polk High.Al is stripped of position as Security Guard.Al soon after receives a note from the thief informing him that he has the Trophy,and if Al wants it back,he will have to meet the thief at Polk High School.Al goes to the School,and recognizes the thief as his old rival Spare Tire Dixon.He,and Al compete slow-motion style to settle a long disagreement concerning the Touchdown at their last Game.


Arc Advancement


While answering the Call of Nature,Al sings the Ricky Nelson song "Travelin Man".Bud is with a young Woman,while Al is on duty.


Al,Peggy,Kelly,Bud,Trixie,Principle,and Spare Tire Dixon.



Football Star Bubba Smith plays Spare Tire Dixon.The Song played as Al is stripped of his position is the Theme Song from the 1960's Series "Branded".

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Al singing in the Restroom.The Song from the Series "Branded" is played.As Al is marching down the Hallway pass the students,one student(Bud) is wearing a bag with the words"I am not a Bundy".The slow-motion play with Al vs Spare Tire.