- Zahradkas: Mullet Over
- Lehman-Cobbs: Whats-her-face
- Delvecchios: Ring Me Up Sometime
- Marks: Sofa Bed Dead
- Davardos: Blinded by the Light
- Davises: Joy of Sox
- Romanos: Thumbs Down
- Smith-Crawfords: Outfit Outrage
- Capells: Couch Potato
- Magics: Knife at the Wife
- Monroys: Off the Hook
- Rodriguezes: Stripper Chic
- Arkenburgs: The Man Friend
- Arringtons: Sexy Schedule
- D'Amores: Decaf Dispute
- Hamiltons: Bored of the Rings
- Burrises: Cuckoo for Coupons
- Changs: Love Me, Love My Duck
- Galans: Derby Dilemma
- Rubins: Driven Crazy
- Argies: Ghostbusted
- Hankersons: Solitary Pursuits
- Ragins: Green Bean Casserole
Salinero-Wighs: Tacky or Kitsch?
- Carpentier-Saloms: Dishtress
- Drewers: Blonde Ambition
- Fitzpatricks: Peed-Off
- Maurers: Little Friends
- McZeals: Cooking up Resentment
- Beauregards: The Wrath of Zeus
- Burns: The Motorcycle
- Palestrinis: The Rapper
- Cohens: Toiletry Treasure
- Hawkins: Backup Plan
- Mulvihills: Amish Paradise?
- Wongs: Bad-minton
- Goldmans: Good Clean Lovin'
- Harpers: Always Something There to Remind Me
- Banners: A Lizard to Love
- Spiegels: Oedipus Wrecks
- Ramundos: The Metrosexual
- Rios: The Forbidden Table
- Wizas: Get Flossed
- Kohlenbergs: The Ring Toss
- Ridolfis: Stuffed Dog Dilemma
- Hunters: Stripper Pole
- The Husband
- The Wife
The SituationMullet Over
Almost all newlyweds go through a period of adjustment in their first year together. After all, it's natural that the best behavior exhibited during courtship sometimes masks some hidden quirks and desires - character traits that don't surface until after the nuptials. In the case of newlyweds Tony and Sarah Zahradka, the hidden desire has to do with Tony's hair. A few months into their marriage last year, Tony announced he had always wanted to wear his hair in a "mullet," (a.k.a. a Mississippi Mudflap or Camaro Crash Helmet). Sarah couldn't be more disgusted, but Tony went forward anyway. He's proud of his haircut and its heritage.
"Everyone loves the mullet," Tony boasts. "Everywhere we go, men want to be me and women want to be with me," he tells his wife.
Sarah disagrees. "Every woman is glad they are not me. They're laughing at you, not with you." She can't understand why he wouldn't have asked for her opinion before changing his appearance in such a radically retro sort of way.
DID THE REF MAKE THE RIGHT CALL?
"Sometimes a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do," Tony tells his bride.
Sarah threatens to cut her husband's Tennessee Tophat while he sleeps, but agrees instead that a trip to the Marriage Ref might solve the problem.
After watching their story, Demi sides with Sarah. "If he wants the marriage to last and to get a real job, he'd better cut it."
Kelly agrees. "She married him a certain way. This could be a disaster."
Jim makes it unanimous.
Tom's onboard too; he calls up the Zahradkas via satellite in the studio.
"Tony, at the beginning of a marriage, you want to be yourself. But not now. The real Tony has got to disappear and make way for married Tony. It's simple: marriage or mullet. Sarah, you win."
As the crowd chants, Sarah pulls out a set of clippers and begins shearing her husband, to raucous applause.
Tony and Sarah received a second honeymoon to Hotel Kura Hulanda Spa and Casino. For more information, visit www.kurahulanda.com and www.curacao.com.
Travel journals coming soon!