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Married...With Children

This lowbrow hit about the Bundys, TV's first family of raunch, made the new Fox network a player. The long-running series prospered despite threats of sponsor boycotts and the ire of some critics, who objected to the show's offbeat, sometimes coarse humor (more…)

Premiered: April 5, 1987

Rating: TV-PG

TV Guide Rating:(277 ratings)

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A Married With Children Spin-off Is in the Works

Married With Children's Bundy family may be following in the way of Full House's Tanner gang. David Faustino, who played Bud on the sitcom, told E! that he's developing a "spin-off" of the series. "Sony has it. They're excited about it," he said at t… Read more

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How To Marry A Moron Season 11, Episode 24 Jun 9, 1997 $1.99

Al objects to Kelly marrying an armed robber, until he discovers that he's the heir to a family fortune.

Desperate Half-Hour Season 11, Episode 23 May 5, 1997 $1.99

Bud's prison pen pal arrives to rob the Bundys.

Lez Be Friends Season 11, Episode 22 May 5, 1997 $1.99

Al strikes up a friendship with Marcy's identical cousin.

Chicago Shoe Exchange Season 11, Episode 21 Apr 10, 1997 $1.99

Al and Griff trade the shoe store's inventory for a massage chair.

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Season 10: Married With Children: Business Still Sucks Trailer
02:09 — America's number one crass act is back! Join Al (Ed O'Neill), Peggy (Katey Sagal), Kelly (Christina Applegate) and Bud (David Faustino) as they welco (more…)
Season 10: Married With Children: Requiem For A Dead Briard Trailer
01:21 — America's number one crass act is back! Join Al (Ed O'Neill), Peggy (Katey Sagal), Kelly (Christina Applegate) and Bud (David Faustino) as they welco (more…)

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Sat Jul 30 5:00am
Oldies but Young'uns(Season 5, Episode 17) TBS

Al lets his inability to remember the name of a song get to him, but won't let Kelly's admirer (Matt LeBlanc) get to her. Al: Ed O'Neill. Charlie: Joe Bologna. Kelly: Christina Applegate. Marcy: Amanda Bearse.

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Sat Jul 30 5:30am
You Better Shop Around(Season 5, Episode 21) TBS

The Bundys move into a supermarket to escape hot weather---and hot neighbors suffering from a Bundy-based blackout. Part 1 of two. John Mallory Asher. Manager: Bruce Jarchow. Al: Ed O'Neill. Peg: Katey Sagal.

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Sun Jul 31 5:30am
You Better Shop Around(Season 5, Episode 22) TBS

Conclusion. The Bundys face the D'Arcys in a shopping-spree war to determine the contest winner. Jerry Mathers has a cameo. Jefferson: Ted McGinley. Marcy: Amanda Bearse. Al: Ed O'Neill. Foodie: Alan Oppenheimer.

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  • Premiered: April 5, 1987
  • Rating: TV-PG
  • Premise: This lowbrow hit about the Bundys, TV's first family of raunch, made the new Fox network a player. The long-running series prospered despite threats of sponsor boycotts and the ire of some critics, who objected to the show's offbeat, sometimes coarse humor… (more)

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