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. TV Guide's reviewer, however, applauded the sharp, funny lines, calling the series an antidote to (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.

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

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

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Something Larry This Way Comes(Season 9, Episode 20) TBS

Kelly is picked to do a scene opposite her acting coach, Larry Storch, who finds himself playing out a really big scene with Al's boss when she spots him in her store. Griff: Harold Sylvester. Al: Ed O'Neill. Peggy: Katey Sagal. Kelly: Christina Applegate (more…)

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And Bingo Was Her Game-O(Season 9, Episode 21) TBS

It's Bundy brewhaha when Peggy has to blow her bingo winnings on cab fare because Al is out boozing with his buddies. Ceil: Jean Speegle Howard. Janitor: Clint Howard. Griff: Harold Sylvester. Elmo: Peter Spellos. Peggy: Katey Sagal.

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User Friendly(Season 9, Episode 22) TBS

Participation in a virtual-reality experiment fulfills Bud's fantasies; Al flips over a switch that has no apparent function. Amber: Juliet Tablak. Sandy: Elaine Hendrix. Kessler: J.D. Cullum. Kelly: Christina Applegate. Bud: David Faustino.

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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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