When Jefferson's prank to mark Griff's one year anniversary in their club is roundly approved by their fellow "No Ma'am" members, Al challenges him to see who is the real king of the practical joke. While Griff is kept busy by an arrest on trumped up murder charges, Jefferson sends actor Gary Coleman to the Bundys to announce that Al has won $10 million! So, as Kelly erases Griff's pleas for help from the phone answering machine before her dad can hear them, Al super glues Jefferson to his toilet seat. With Griff languishing in jail, a beautiful woman shows up claiming to be an old friend of Peggy's come to take care of Al while his wife is away. Sure it's just another of Jefferson's jokes, Al decides to turn the tables on his rival prankster and arranges to Bud to videotape her anticipated seduction attempt. Yet, what Al doesn't realize is that June really an arch-rival of Peggy's in Chicago to steal him away to avenge Peggy taking her boyfriend many years ago. And taken aback by her unexpected eagerness to have sex, Al decides the only way to expose her as Jefferson's pawn is to ask that she marry him first. Having forgotten about Griff altogether, Al and his friends fail to realize he's been tried and is about to be executed for murders he didn't commit. Then, at the hastily arranged wedding, Al realizes June isn't working for Jefferson. And it's only as he's about to say his vows that he discovers Jefferson's joke is to bring Peggy home in time for the wedding. Finally, following her last minute showdown with June, Peggy saves Al from getting married and insists that he renew their own vows in return. © 1996 ELP Communications. All Rights Reserved.