Married with Children - Season 3 Episodes
“He Thought He Could”
When Al finds a library book that is 31 years overdue, he decides to finally face the librarian who pegged him as a loser.
“I'm Going to Sweatland”
Peggy sees her idol, Elvis, in the sweat stains on one of Al's tee-shirts and decides to make money off the image.
“Poke High (aka The Red Grange Story)”
While Kelly tries to score with a high school fullback, Al roots for the opposing team in hopes his old school record will remain intact.
“The Camping Show (aka A Period Piece)”
Al and Steve's vacation in the great outdoors is ruined by female hormones and man-eating animals.
“A Dump of My Own”
Al sets out to fulfill a dream when he begins construction on his very own bathroom.
“Her Cups Runneth Over”
Peggy is so miserable when her favorite bra is discontinued, that Al is forced to find a replacement.
“The Bald and the Beautiful”
Al and Steve seek the counsel of a hairless support group.
“The Gypsy Cried”
A gypsy fortune teller predicts disaster for Marcy and good fortune for Al, Steve and Peggy.
“Requiem for a Dead Barber”
When Al's long-time barber passes on, he resigns himself to a future of beauty salon haircuts.
“I'll See You in Court”
While staying overnight in a motel, Peggy and Al discover that their most intimate moments have been videotaped by the management.
When the Bundy's receive a modest inheritance check they decide to splurge and eat out at an elegant restaurant.
“My Mom, the Mom”
Peggy is the hit of Kelly's Mother/Daughter Career Day.
“Can't Dance, Don't Ask Me (aka Kelly's Dance)”
Kelly must join the tap dance club or get kicked out of school.
“A Three Job, No Income Family”
When Peggy gets a job selling cosmetics and brings home more money than Al, he gets a second job to regain his self respect.
“The Harder They Fall”
Steve is obsessed with the fear that an enraged driver may come looking for him.
“The House That Peg Lost”
Steve and Marcy return from vacation shocked to find a big hole where their house used to be.
“Married ... with Prom Queen (1)”
Peggy and Al attend the Polk High School Reunion where Peggy is determined to win the title of Reunion Queen.
“Married ... with Prom Queen: the Sequel (2)”
At their Polk High School Reunion Peggy vigorously campaigns for the title of Reunion Queen.
“The Dateless Amigo”
When Bud finds it difficult to line up a date, he resorts to the next best thing - a mannequin.
“The Computer Show”
Peggy brings the family closer to the poorhouse when she buys a home computer.
“Life's a Beach”
When Al decides the Bundy clan needs to spend quality time together, they pack up and head for the beach.
“Here's Lookin' at You, Kid”
When a neighborhood peeping tom has taken a peek at everyone on the block except Peggy, she rectifies the situation by leaving him a ladder.