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The sixth season ends with Alex's graduation party at Jay and Gloria's house, but Phil is stuck in Seattle on a business trip, so he uses the latest in technology to be as close as he can get. Meanwhile, Claire worries about Alex's gift; Jay complains that (more…)
In the Season 7 premiere, Haley tries to stop Andy from proposing to Beth, but the attempt does a number on their emotions. Meanwhile, Jay and Gloria look at preschools for Joe, and are shocked by how competitive the process can be; and Cameron remains sup (more…)
Haley convinces her mom to let Dylan move in, on a temporary basis, with her dad's help, but Phil has second thoughts when he sees just what living together means. Meanwhile, Mitchell gets a consulting job with Jay's biggest rival; and Manny has a girl pro (more…)
Claire has ideas for closets, but is apprehensive about pitching them to Jay and his creative team. Meanwhile, Phil creates a habitat for ducks while waiting for his eggs to hatch, though no one else shares his enthusiasm; Gloria and Manny help out with ea (more…)
A “lost” episode of the sitcom about family dysfunction that was deemed too controversial to air at the time. Al (Ed O'Neill) and Peggy (Katey Sagal) decide to spice up their love life with a tryst at the Hop-On-Inn motel that has unexpected repercussi (more…)
A psychic sees good things for Steve, Al and Peggy, but tragedy is in the cards for Marcy (Amanda Bearse), who insists that the lucky ones accompany her as insurance on a business flight to New York. Vandergelder: F. William Parker.
After the death of his longtime barber, Al lets his hair down---way down---rather than tolerate a visit to a "stylist." Mr. Adonis: Kenny Sacha. Mr. Ron: Steve Levy. Peggy: Katey Sagal. Al: Ed O'Neill. Bud: David Faustino.
Gloria's picked for jury duty and can't wait to practice her U.S. citizenship, but Jay isn't too happy to be helping out at Joe's preschool by himself. Meanwhile, Claire's plans for "Bring Your Daughter to Work Day" hit a snag; Phil participates in communi (more…)
Luke gets arrested for driving without a license; Alex is caught sneaking out of a liquor store; Cameron urges Gloria to market her family's hot sauce; Mitchell helps Jay with a video to go with his Titans of Industry award; Haley and Dylan run into Andy a (more…)
A conversation over a brunch of post-Thanksgiving leftovers at Jay and Gloria's turns to a fantastic house that Phil is helping to sell, but mayhem ensues when everyone decides to sneak in and have some fun on the same day. Meanwhile, Jay and Gloria plan a (more…)
Gloria rents a cabin for the whole family to spend Christmas together, but the holiday is marred by bad weather and another guest who's already staying there. Meanwhile, Mitch and Cam hope to atone for their poor caroling performance the previous year; Cla (more…)
After Kelly's prank on the tap-dancing club, the principal dictates she either join the club herself or leave school. Kelly: Christina Applegate. Bruno: Jesse Borrego. Steve: David Garrison. Wormer: Sandy Helberg. Peggy: Katey Sagal.
Al treks off to a second job when Peggy's part-time cosmetics sales bring in a bigger paycheck. Captain: Pauly Shore. Heather: Teresa Ganzel. Shep: Christian Jacobs. Peggy: Katey Sagal. Al: Ed O'Neill.
Steve fears a violent reprisal after Peggy's unfriendly gesture to a driver who cut them off. Williams: Daniel Frishman. Peggy: Katey Sagal. Al: Ed O'Neill. Marcy: Amanda Bearse. Kelly: Christina Applegate.
Peggy spends $2800 in an effort to get elected queen at her high-school reunion, but she may be outdone by her archrival Connie Bender. Part 1 of two. Jack: Jack Yates. Vicky: Catherine Carlen. Edna: Carol Mansell.
Conclusion. Peggy stands to lose the crown to Connie (Lisa Raggio) until Al finally stands up to Connie's husband (Jack Yates). Tim Potter: Bill Applebaum. Eli: Richard Jeni. Jimbo: Robert Schuch. Peggy: Katey Sagal.
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- Birth Name: Edward O'Neill
- Birth Place: Youngstown, Ohio, United States
- Profession: Actor
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