Peggy Bundy: Al, this isn't a check for $10,000. This is a bill for $10,000.
Al Bundy: If you look a little closer, you'll see it's a bill for $100,000. You see, Buck was ready all right. A little bit more ready than our Lady of Astoria. Or should I say, the late Lady of Astoria.
Peggy Bundy: To death, Al?
Al Bundy: And beyond, Peg. But don't worry, the hundred-thou is payable over a three day period. So, I figure a couple of busy days at the shoe store, maybe a lemonade stand manned by my two daughters here, we'll be able to save up enough money to buy a chocolate bar and maybe some nylons for my new cellmate Bruno.
Kelly Bundy: Daddy, if it'll help any, you can have my share of the $10,000.
Al Bundy: I'll miss you most of all, scarecrow.
[Al and Peg come up from the dark cellar]
Peggy: Oh, Al, take me again!
Al Bundy: I didn't even know I was taking you then, I tripped on a box and then I thought the furnace fell on me!
Marcy: [imitating Al's caveman ancestors] Me no understand wheel thing. Wanna buy some shoes?
Peggy Bundy: [off-screen] Come on, Al. Is that the best you can do?
Al Bundy: Peg, I can't concentrate if you're going to keep shouting instructions!
Peggy Bundy: Not like that you moron! Who taught you to do this anyway?
Al Bundy: All right, that's it! I quit! Haven't we done enough for one day?
Peggy Bundy: Oh, all right. At least you did something.
[Al and Peggy enter from the back yard after cleaning up after Buck]