Married...With Children

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Married...with Children Spin-Off in the Works

Nostalgia — it's what's for dinner.

Following in the footsteps of Boy Meets World and (possibly) Full House, yet another beloved TV sitcom may be on its way back to...  Read Full Article

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Season 11, Episode 24
Al and Griff trade the shoe store's inventory for a massage chair.

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 5/5/1997

Season 11, Episode 23
Al objects to Kelly marrying an armed robber, until he discovers that he's the heir to a family fortune.

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 5/5/1997

Season 11, Episode 22
Bud's prison pen pal arrives to rob the Bundys.

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Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 4/10/1997

Season 11, Episode 21
Al and Griff trade the shoe store's inventory for a massage chair.

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Married...with Children Spin-Off in the Works

Nostalgia — it's what's for dinner.

Following in the footsteps of Boy Meets World and (possibly) Full House, yet another beloved TV sitcom may be on its way back to... read more

Famed Psychologist and TV Personality Joyce Brothers Dead at 85

Famed psychologist, TV personality and columnist Joyce Brothers has died, according to The Associated Press. She was 85.

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Modern Family Stages Married… With Children Reunion

He has another TV kid on the way, but Ed O'Neill is getting a visit from one of his original small screen children.

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The New Normal and a Return to Old-School Comedy

The New Normal is American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy's first attempt at a sitcom — but not just any sitcom, a "gay sitcom" (at least according to all the various media outlets that label the series as "gay TV," "NBC's gay comedy," etc.). But while David (Justin Bartha) and Bryan's (Andrew Rannells) sexuality might establish The New Normal as progressive, the series is heavily grounded in TV storytelling tradition. Once you look past the same-sex aspect, it's easy to see how The New Normal  has more in common with classic sitcoms like... read more

Sullivan & Son’s Steve Byrne on Leaving Stand-Up, Cheers Comparisons and Oasis

Despite the fact that they work on the set of a (fake) bar, the cast of TBS' new comedy, Sullivan & Son know to keep things professional. But after closing time, all bets are off. Especially if Oasis' "Don't Look Back in Anger" comes on the jukebox.

"We did this DJ junket last weekend, and we all met at this restaurant. I asked the DJ to play it, and myself and the rest of the cast stood around this fountain and sang that song. [Co-star] Owen Benjamin ended up jumping into the fountain and splashing everybody," co-creator, executive producer and star Steve Byrne tells TVGuide.com. "That's when the booze was kicking in."

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Premiered: April 05, 1987, on FOX
Rating: TV-PG
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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. TV Guide's reviewer, however, applauded the sharp, funny lines, calling the series an antidote to the `hundreds of sugary [sitcoms] that have rolled blandly across American screens since the beginning of television time.'

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