Married With Children - 1987-1997 (Not Rated)

Married With Children: The Most Outrageous Episodes, Volume 1 - 2003 (Not Rated)


Year of DVD Release: 2003
Rated: Not Rated
Approx. Running Time: 114 minutes
Format(s): DVD
My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

From Back Cover:

America's most outrageous family comes to DVD! MARRIED WITH CHILDREN, featuring the delightfully dysfunctional Bundys - Al (Ed O'Neill), Peg (Katey Sagal), Kelly (Christina Applegate) and Bud (David Faustino) - changed the face of television comedy with its bawdy humor and campy characters. Volume 1 is a collection of the show's wildest episodes sure to offer hours of hilarious domestic bliss! (Includes the infamous "Lost Episode," deemed to raunchy for TV!)


My Comments:

This is essentially a sampler disc consisting of five episodes of this hilarious show. Incidentally, once I've collected all 11 seasons, this and the other "Most Outrageous Episodes" disc will be up for grabs to anyone who wants them.

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Married With Children: The Most Outrageous Episodes, Volume 2 - 2003 (Not Rated)


Year of DVD Release: 2003
Rated: Not Rated
Approx. Running Time: 110 minutes
Format(s): DVD
My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

From Back Cover:

Those incorrigible Bundys are back! MARRIED WITH CHILDREN: The Most Outrageous Episodes - Volume #2 features some of the show's wildest episodes! This second collection features more frisky fun with Al (Ed O'Neill), Peg (Katey Sagal), Kelly (Christina Applegate) and Bud (David Faustino)as they try to survive their dismal middle-class existence they only way they know how- with wacky wit and raunchy humor.


My Comments:

This is essentially a sampler disc consisting of five episodes of this hilarious show. Incidentally, once I've collected all 11 seasons, this and the other "Most Outrageous Episodes" disc will be up for grabs to anyone who wants them.

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Married With Children: The Complete First Season - 1987 (Not Rated)


Year(s) Aired: 1987
Year of DVD Release: 2003
Rated: Not Rated
Approx. Running Time: 302 minutes
Format(s): DVD (2 discs)
My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

From Back Cover:

2-Disc Set Contains all 13 Episodes From the First Season!

Domestic bliss was never like this! Get ready for those outrageous Bundys in Married... With Children: The Complete First Season, featuring all 13 hilarious episodes from the show's groundbreaking debut season, introducing everybody's favorite dysfunctional household. This taboo-shattering hit series was often deemed too hot for TV, bringing a blue-collar brand of raunchy humor to America's idyllic '80s TV family, where father definitely doesn't know best!

Remastered and available on DVD for the first time ever, this collector's favorite lets you get reacquainted with this middle class clan of lovable losers - hard-working lug Al (Ed O'Neill), his couch-potato wife Peg (Katey Sagal), sexy teen daughter Kelly (Christina Applegate), hopelessly horny son Bud (David Faustino), and prudish neighbors Marcy and Steve (Amanda Bearse, David Garrison) - as they try to get along without getting on each other's nerves! For better or worse, the Bundys may be broke, but his is one family that's rich in delightfully demented attitude, wild characters, and racy humor!

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Episode Summary:

Episode 1: Pilot
Peg forces Al to forfeit his coveted basketball game to have dinner with their annoying new neighbors, Steve and Marcy.

Episode 2: Thinnergy
Hoping to rekindle Al's flame, Pet takes Marcy's advice and embarks on a crash diet.

Episode 3: Sixteen Years And What Do You Get?
After Peg runs his credit card to the max, Al is forced to show up at his own wedding anniversary empty-handed.

Episode 4: But I Didn't Shoot The Deputy
Mistaking it for a burglar, Al accidentally shoots his neighbors' watchdog.

Episode 5: Have You Driven A Ford Lately?
After restoring a vintage Mustang, Al discovers the backseat isn't the only thing "hot" about his cherry ride.

Episode 6: Whose Room Is It Anyway?
A battle of the sexes is waged over who has the final wor on the neighbors' room addition.

Episode 7: Al Loses His Cherry
After a bad fight, Al vows to teach Peg a lesson by not coming home all night, instead he's the one who ends up getting schooled by a blonde bombshell.

Episode 8: Peggy Sue Got Work
When Al refuses to buy Peg a new VCR, Marcy convinces her to bring home the bacon herself.

Episode 9: Married... Without Children
When Al and Peg get away for the weekend, Marcy and Steve volunteer to baby-sit Kelly and Bud - but get more than they bargained for.

Episode 10: The Poker Game
When Steve sits in on a Friday-night poker game, he loses more than his shirt to Al.

Episode 11: Where's The Boss?
Fooled into thinking his boss is dead, Al threatens to quit his job unless he gets a little respect.

Episode 12: Nightmare On Al's Street
Marcy is living a nightmare when a too-sexy Al starts popping up in her dreams.

Episode 13: Johnny Be Gone
When his favorite hamburger joint closes, Al must choose between his family and food.

My Comments:

This show can be summed up with the following words: raunchy, crude, sexist, and hilarious.

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Married With Children: The Complete Second Season - 1987-1988 (Not Rated)


Year(s) Aired: 1987-1988
Year of DVD Release: 2004
Rated: Not Rated
Approx. Running Time: 509 minutes
Format(s): DVD (3 discs)
My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

From Back Cover:

3-Disc Set Contains all 22 Episodes From the Second Season!

America's favorite dysfunctional family striekes back in Married... With Children: The Complete Second Season, compiling all 22 hilarious episodes from the show's classic sophomore season, remastered on DVD for the first time. Called "too hot for TV" during it's original run (1987-1997), see why this Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated hit series is even raunchier, trashier, and more outrageous than you remember!

There goes the neighborhood all over again as Al (Ed O'Neill), Peg (Katey Sagal), Kelly (Christina Applegate), Bud (David Faustino), and nosy neighbors Marcy and Steve (Amanda Bearse, David Garrison) discover the flipside of domestic bliss. Launching upstart FOX network while revolutionizing sitcoms forever, let this collector's three-disc set take you back to those crazy, cynical '80s - "for richer or poorer" was never supposed to be like this!

Special Features:

Episode Summary:

Episode 1: Buck Can Do It
Peg insists that Al have Buck neutered.

Episode 2: Poppy's by the Tree, Part I
The Bundys run into a tourist-hating ax-murderer while on vacation.

Episode 3: Poppy's by the Tree, Part II
A tourist-hating ax-murderer kidnaps Peggy while on vacation.

Episode 4: If I Were A Rich Man
Alis suspected of stealing from Steve's bank.

Episode 5: For Whom The Bell Tolls
Al believes he's been overcharged by the phone company and decides to take them on.

Episode 6: Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, Part I
Peggy and Marcy drop in on a male strip joint.

Episode 7: Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, Part II
Peggy and Marcy drop in on a male strip joint.

Episode 8: Born To Walk
When his driver's license expires, Al's only wheels are those on a bicycle until he can pass the DMV test.

Episode 9: Alley Of The Dolls
Steve is "adopted" into the Bundy family to help win a bowl-off.

Episode 10: The Razor's Edge
After refusing to shave his newly grown beard, Steve is forced to seek refuge with the Bundys.

Episode 11: How Do You Spell Revenge?
Al tries to get Peggy thrown off their neighborhood baseball team.

Episode 12: Earth Angel
Bud brings home a beautiful, homeless young woman.

Episode 13: You Better Watch Out
When Santa Claus crash-lands in the Bundy's backyard, Al pinch-hits for old Saint Nick.

Episode 14: Guys And Dolls
Al, Peg, Steve and Marcy re-live their childhood fantasies.

Episode 15: Build A Better Mousetrap
Al and Steve decide to exterminate a pesky field mouse without the aid of professional help.

Episode 16: Master The Possibilities
Buck, the Bundy family pooch, mistakenly receives a credit card in his name.

Episode 17: Peggy Loves Al - Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
All Peggy wants for Valentine's Day is to hear unromantic Al utter those three little words - I love you.

Episode 18: The Great Escape
When the Bundy Family spends the night in Al's shoe store, Kelly is forced to be especially creative in slipping out for the night.

Episode 19: Impo-Dent
When Marcy accidentally dents Steve's brand new Mercedes, she finds it affects more than just his performance on the road.

Episode 20: Just Married... With Children
Peggy and Al masquerade as Steve and Marcy on the game show "How Do I Love Thee..."

Episode 21: Father Lode
Al wins some money but has no time to enjoy it because he's too busy hiding the loot from his family.

Episode 22: All In The Family
Peggy's family comes to visit.

My Comments:

This show can be summed up with the following words: raunchy, crude, sexist, and hilarious.

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Married With Children: The Complete Third Season - 1988-1989 (Not Rated)


Year(s) Aired: 1988-1989
Year of DVD Release: 2005
Rated: Not Rated
Approx. Running Time: 510 minutes
Format(s): DVD (3 discs)
My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

From Back Cover:

3-Disc Set Contains all 22 Episodes From the Third Season!

There goes the neighborhood... all over again! The third time's the charm as Married... With Children: The Complete Third Season has even more twisted fun in boldly subverting TV's domestic nest, smashing taboos and stereotypes as this wildly popular, often controversial hit series breaks all the rules, dirtying up TV's prim and proper landscape on its way to earning a place in pop-cutlture infamy. Petty, backstabbing, and always at each other's throats - just the way we like 'em - the Bundys ecame true American icons during their original hit run, holding up cracked mirror to our own lives, damaged goods and all.

  • Includes New Opening Theme Song

    Special Features:

    Episode Summary:

    Episode 1: He Thought He Could
    When Al finds a library book that is 31 years overdue, he decides to finally face the librarian who pegged him a loser.

    Episode 2: I'm Going To Sweatland
    Peggy sees her idol, Elvis, in the sweat stains on one of Al's t-shirts and decides to make money off the image.

    Episode 3: Poke High
    While Kelly tries to score with a high-school fullback, Al roots for the opposing team in hopes his old school record will remain intact.

    Episode 4: The Camping Show
    Al and Steve's vacation in the great outdoors is ruined by female hormones and man-eating animals.

    Episode 5: A Dump Of My Own
    Al sets out to fulfill a dream when he begins construction on his very own bathroom.

    Episode 6: Her Cups Runneth Over
    Peggy is so miserable when her favorite bra is discontinued that Al is forced to find a replacement.

    Episode 7: The Bald And The Beautiful
    Al and Steve seek the counsel of a hairless support group.

    Episode 8: The Gypsy Cried
    A gypsy fortuneteller predicts disaster for Marcy and good fortune for Al, Steve and Peggy.

    Episode 9: Requiem For A Dead Barber
    When Al's long-time barber passes on, he resigns himself to a future of beauty salon haircuts.

    Episode 10: Eatin' Out
    When the Bundys receive a modest inheritance check, they decide to splurge and eat out at an elegant restaurant.

    Episode 11: My Mom, The Mom
    Peggy is the hit of Kelly's Mother/Daughter Career Day.

    Episode 12: Can't Dance, Don't Ask Me
    Kelly must join the tap dance club or get kicked out of school.

    Episode 13: A Three Job, No Income Family
    When Peggy gets a job selling cosmetics ande brings home more money than Al, he gets a second job to regain his self-respect.

    Episode 14: The Harder They Fall
    Steve is obsessed with the fear than an enraged driver may come looking for him.

    Episode 15: The House That Peg Lost
    Steve and Marcy return from vacation shocked to find a big hole where their house used to be.

    Episode 16: Married... With Queen
    Peggy and Al attend the Polk High School Reunion where Peggy is determined to win the title of Reunion Queen.

    Episode 17: Married... With Queen: The Sequel
    At their Polk High School Reunion Peggy vigorously campaigns for the title of Reunion Queen.

    Episode 18: The Dateless Amigo
    When Bud finds it difficult to line up a date, he resorts to the next best thing: a mannequin.

    Episode 19: The Computer Show
    Peggy brings the family closer to the poorhouse when she buys a computer.

    Episode 20: Life's A Beach
    When Al decides the Bundy clan needs to spend quality time together, they pack up and head for the beach.

    Episode 21: Here's Looking At You, Kid
    When a neighborhood Peeping Tom has taken a peek at everyone on the block except Peggy, she rectifies the situation by leaving him a ladder.

    Episode 22: I'll See You In Court (Lost Episode)
    While staying overnight in a motel, Peggy and Al discover that their most intimate moments have been videotaped by the management.

    My Comments:

    This show can be summed up with the following words: raunchy, crude, sexist, and hilarious.

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    Married With Children: The Complete Fourth Season - 1989-1990 (Not Rated)


    Year(s) Aired: 1989-1990
    Year of DVD Release: 2005
    Rated: Not Rated
    Approx. Running Time: 511 minutes
    Format(s): DVD (3 discs)
    My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

    From Back Cover:

    3-Disc Set Contains all 23 Episodes From the Fourth Season!

    Loud-mouthed. Obnoxious. More vulgar than ever. We wouldn't have them any other way. Make room on the cource for Married... With Children: The Complete Fourth Season, another hilarious helping of demented domestic dysfunction as only the comically crude Bundys can deliver. Loaded with 23 envelope-pushing episodes on a three-disc set, this season features uproarious classic like "Hot Off The Grill," "Dead Men Don't Do Aerobics," and the special two-parter "It's A Bundyful Life," as Al, Peg, Kelly and Bud manage to turn domestic bliss into a battlefield, while nosy neighbor Steve finally leaves Marcy and the 'burbs for good!

    Episode Summary:

    Episode 1: Hot Off The Grill
    When Al cooks up a Labor Day barbeque, family fun goes up in flames.

    Episode 2: Dead Men Don't Do Aerobics
    A TV fitness guru tries to whip Peggy in shape, until she turns the tables on "the healthiest man in Chicago" and he drops dead.

    Episode 3: Buck Saves The Day
    When Al takes Bud's pals camping, Kelly hosts a girls-night-out poker game to buy tickets for a rock concert.

    Episode 4: Tooth Or Consequences
    Al's toothache forces him to finally see a dentist, but not in time to enjoy his wife's rare home-cooked dinner.

    Episode 5: He Ain't Much, But He's Mine
    When Peggy overhears a trashy blonde brag about an affair, she suspects Al is scoring more than strikes at the bowling alley.

    Episode 6: Fair Exchange
    When the Bundys take in a foreign exchange student to earn extra cash, Kelly gets more than she bargained for from the French sexpot.

    Episode 7: Desperately Seeking Miss October
    When a sexy centerfold visits Al's shoe store, Al tries to retrieve his Playboy collection Peggy sold for a good luck idol to win the lottery.

    Episode 8: 976-SHOE
    Al borrows a big loan from Steve's bank to launch hiw own shoe hotline.

    Episode 9: Oh, What A Feeling
    After Al's car breaks down, he's shocked to discover Peggy has squandered his secret nest egg.

    Episode 10: At The Zoo
    After being fired from his job, Steve plays hooky at the zoo with the Bundys, much to Marcy's chagrin.

    Episode 11: It's a Bundyful Life, Part 1
    When Al fails to make it to the bank in time, the Bundys risk spending another holiday present-less, unless he can make some quick cash.

    Episode 12: It's a Bundyful Life, Part 2
    Al blows his last chance for a merry Christmas, until a gruff guardian angel shows him how his neighborhood would be without him.

    Episode 13: Who'll Stop The Rain
    When a rainstorm causes a leaky roof, a penny-pinching Al fumbles as a handyman when he tries to fix it himself.

    Episode 14: A Taxing Problem
    Faced with an IRS audit, Al cooks up a hare-brained scheme to earn some extra money but Peg's not gonna like it.

    Episode 15: Rock And Roll Girl
    Kelly's "talents" land her the lead in a sexy music video, becoming a rock star to bring home the bacon.

    Episode 16: You Gotta Know When to Hold 'Em, Part 1
    Trying to get over her divorce from Steve, Marcy tags along with Peg on a wild Las Vegas vacation.

    Episode 17: You Gotta Know When to Hold 'Em, Part 2
    When Peg and Marcy lose their blouses in Vegas, Al steps in the ring with a female wrestler to win back their fortunes to find a way home.

    Episode 18: What Goes Around Came Around
    Vowing revenge on a girl who humiliated him years ago, Bud finds out payback is a bitch.

    Episode 19: Peggy Turns 300
    Al's big plan to take Peg out to the bowling alley for her birthday strikes out when she breaks the Bowl-a-rama's record instead of him.

    Episode 20: Peggy Made A Little Lamb
    To finally earn her high school diploma, Peg is forced to join Kelly's Home Ec class. Like mother, like daughter.

    Episode 21: Rain Girl
    When Kelly lands a high-paying gig as a local new weather girl, Al learns the hard way that when it rains, it pours.

    Episode 22: The Agony of De-Feet
    Hand-picked to judge a beauty pageant at his shoe store, Al is plagued by nightmares about scary feet, while Marcy fears she slept with Bud!

    Episode 23: Yard Sale
    Peg breaks the bank with her latest purchases, until Al throws a garage sale to unload all her junk.

    My Comments:

    This show can be summed up with the following words: raunchy, crude, sexist, and hilarious.

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    Married With Children: The Complete Fifth Season - 1990-1991 (Not Rated)


    Year(s) Aired: 1990-1991
    Year of DVD Release: 2006
    Rated: Not Rated
    Approx. Running Time: 575 minutes
    Format(s): DVD (3 discs)
    My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

    From Back Cover:

    3-Disc Set Contains all 25 Episodes From the Fifth Season!

    Another season with the less-than-loveable Bundys! More dysfunctional fun with Al, Peg, Kelly, and Bud in a season where Kelly interviews for a job, Al becomes the neighborhood stud, Bud gets in a car accident, Peg takes up ballroom dancing, and Marcy marries Jefferson.

    Episode Summary:

    Episode 1: We'll Follow The Sun
    The Bundys get caught in Labor Day traffic.

    Episode 2: Al... With Kelly
    Kelly gets sick and Al is forced to play nursemaid.

    Episode 3: Sue Casa, His Casa
    Al cancels his auto insurance and the kids get into an auto accident.

    Episode 4: Unnatural
    Al's pride is on the line when his softball team threatens to bench him right before the league championship.

    Episode 5: The Dance Show
    Peggy meets a charming married man and his jealous "husband" shows up on th Bundy's doorstep.

    Episode 6: Kelly Bounces Back
    Kelly sets her sights on becoming a car showroom model.

    Episode 7: Married... With Aliens
    Al is visited by mysterious green creatures who creep into his bedroom and take his dirty socks.

    Episode 8: Wabbit Season
    A stressed-out Al takes up gardening for relaxation but ends up battling a pesky rabbit.

    Episode 9: Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?
    Peggy becomes worried when the neighborhood women suddenly find Al irresistible.

    Episode 10: One Down, Two To Go
    Peggy goes off the deep end when Kelly decides to leave the nest and get an apartment of her own.

    Episode 11: And Baby Makes Money
    Al and Peggy stand to inherit a fortune by producing another Bundy baby.

    Episode 12: Married... With Who?
    Marcy wakes up to discover a man in her bed - and a wedding ring on her finger.

    Episode 13: Godfather
    Al entertains notions of greatness when he discovers Kelly's new boyfriend is an influential politician.

    Episode 14: Look Who's Barking
    Buck the Dog, fed up with the Bundy's neglect, decides to leave home and venture out into the world.

    Episode 15: A Man's Castle
    Peggy enrolls in an interior design course and chooses the Bundy home and Al's domain - the bathroom - as her first project.

    Episode 16: All-Night Security Dude
    The shoe store gives Al the boot so he takes a job as night security at Polk High School and comes face-to-face with his high school rival, who wants to even the score.

    Episode 17: Oldies But Young'uns
    Al enlists his "oldies expert" pal Charlie to help him remember a favorite song from his past, while Charlie's son Vinnie falls for Kelly.

    Episode 18: Weenie Tot Lovers and Other Strangers
    Peggy and Al decide whether to give their last hundred dollars to Bud, who's been selected a top teen, or to Kelly, who has a chance to become "Miss Weenie Tot."

    Episode 19: Kids! Wadaya Gonna Do?
    In need of cold cash for hot prospects, Bud and Kelly find creative ways to earn money, while a disgruntled Peggy shares and uneventful evening of videos with Al and the D'Arcys.

    Episode 20: Top Of The Heap
    Al loses his television set in a neighborhood boxing bet; even so, he and the boxer's dad advise defeated fighter Vinnie to marry a rich woman and forget about a career.

    Episode 21: You Better Shop Around, Part 1
    In the first of two parts, Al buys a shoddy air conditioner and causes the neighborhood to blackout, leaving the Bundys to seek refuge from the heat and their angry neighbors by taking up residence at the supermarket.

    Episode 22: You Better Shop Around, Part 2
    When the Bundys are evicted from their temporary residence at the supermarket, Al inadvertently becomes their one-millionth customer and it's a battle between the Bundys and D'Arcys for the grand prize.

    Episode 23: Route 666, Part 1
    When Al takes the family on a road trip to a shoe convention in California, the Bundys discover a golden opportunity when their car breaks down in the middle of a ghost town.

    Episode 24: Route 666, Part 2
    The California Coast will have to wait when, stranded in a ghost town, the Bundys and the D'Arcys catch "gold fever" and become wary mining partners.

    Episode 25: Buck The Stud
    Buck the Dog has romantic designs on every bitch in the neighborhood, but dashes Peggy and Al's hopes of becoming wealthy breeders when he refuses to court a pampered pedigree.

    My Comments:

    This show can be summed up with the following words: raunchy, crude, sexist, and hilarious.

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    Married With Children: The Complete Sixth Season - 1991-1992 (Not Rated)


    Year(s) Aired: 1991-1992
    Year of DVD Release: 2006
    Rated: Not Rated
    Approx. Running Time: 600 minutes
    Format(s): DVD (3 discs)
    My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

    From Back Cover:

    Three-Disc Set Contains all 26 Episodes From the Sixth Season!

    The Bundys, the family that made dysfunction a household word, are back for 26 more sidesplitting episodes. Al (Ed O'Neill) and Peggy (Katey Sagal) celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary (with a little help from heavy metal gods Anthrax), Kelly (Christina Applegate) gets her own TV talk show, Bud (David Faustino) celebrates turning 18 at a nudie bar, and the entire clan visits merry old England, where the good citizens of Lower Uncton intend to kill them (to lift an ancient curse, of course). Includes all 26 riotous episodes, featuring guest stars Matt LeBlanc, Jon Lovitz, Denise Richards, Kari Wuhrer, Joey Lauren Adams and Traci Lords.

    Episode Summary:

    Episode 1: She's Having My Baby (Part 1)
    Al is unpleasantly surprised when Peg announces she's pregnant.

    Episode 2: She's Having My Baby (Part 2)
    Al decides to run away from home when a pregnant Peg becomes demanding.

    Episode 3: If Al Had A Hammer
    Al builds a private clubhouse to which he can escape, but he discovers there are many miserable fathers-to-be who with to join him.

    Episode 4: Cheese, Cues And Blood
    Al discovers that Kelly's making money the old fashioned way - hustling pool players.

    Episode 5: Lookin' Fer A Desk In All The Wrong Places
    Al and Jefferson search for a "maid" while their pregnant wives are shopping.

    Episode 6: Buck Has A Belly Ache
    Peg feels left out when everyone's attention turns to a distraught Buck.

    Episode 7: If I Could See Me Now
    Al gets glasses - and only wishes they were rose-colored.

    Episode 8: God's Shoes
    Al gets divine inspiration and feels it is his duty to manufacture and mass market "God's Shoes."

    Episode 9: Kelly Does Hollywood (Part 1)
    Kelly has her five minutes in the spotlight when her public access show takes off in the ratings.

    Episode 10: Kelly Does Hollywood (Part 2)
    Kelly's talk show make it to primetime.

    Episode 11: Al Bundy, Shoe Dick
    Al dreams he's a private eye watching out for a beautiful heiress.

    Episode 12: So This Is How Sinatra Felt
    Peg sends Bud and Kelly to spy on Al when she thinks he's cheating on her.

    Episode 13: I Who Have Nothing
    Al visits his old high school sweetheart and relives his football glory days.

    Episode 14: The Mystery Of Skull Island
    Bud will do anything for his woman - even if it means going head over heals.

    Episode 15: Just Shoe It
    Al lands a role in a commercial with Sugar Ray Leonard, Steve Carlton and Ed "Too Tall" Jones.

    Episode 16: Rites Of Passage
    Al initiates his son into the realm of manhood when he takes Bud to a nudie bar.

    Episode 17: The Egg And I
    The Bundys try to turn in Marcy's ex-husband, Steve, for the FBI reward money.

    Episode 18: My Dinner With Anthrax
    Bud and Kelly send their parents on a romantic trip for their anniversary, which no one will ever forget.

    Episode 19: Psychic Avengers
    The Bundys take on all the psychic families of the region when Al takes over Jefferson's psychic prediction scam.

    Episode 20: Hi, I.Q.
    The Bundys are dumbfounded when Kelly is asked to join a group of geniuses.

    Episode 21: Teacher's Pets
    Bud's teacher teaches him a lesson about the birds and the bees.

    Episode 22: Goodbye Girl
    Bud tries to ruin Kelly's new job at the TV World theme park.

    Episode 23: The Gas Station Show
    Al finds himself with the gas station blues when he can't pay his bill and is forced to work at one.

    Episode 24: England Show (Part 1)
    The Bundys win a trip to England - with a deadly catch.

    Episode 25: England Show (Part 2)
    The Bundys arrive in Lower Uncton, England, where the townspeople are plotting to kill them.

    Episode 26: England Show (Part 3)
    Al fights in an old-fashioned joust to save his family.

    My Comments:

    This show can be summed up with the following words: raunchy, crude, sexist, and hilarious.

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    Married With Children: The Complete Seventh Season - 1992-1993 (Not Rated)


    Year(s) Aired: 1992-1993
    Year of DVD Release: 2007
    Rated: Not Rated
    Approx. Running Time: 600 minutes
    Format(s): DVD (3 discs)
    My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

    From Back Cover:

    SEASON 7
    3 Discs

    More fun with the less-than-loveable Bundys! This season, there's a new man in the house when Peggy's relatives leave their young son with the Bundys. Al takes a job as a topless bartender to help with bills, Kelly buys a motorcycle, Bud starts his own fraternity to meet girls, Peggy spends so much money that Al can't retire - and many more hilarious Bundy misadventures!

    Episode Summary:

    Episode 1: Magnificent Seven
    When Peg's 5-year-old nephew Seven is abandoned at the Bundy doorstep by his loser parents, Peg and Al decide to keep him, much to their kids' dismay.

    Episode 2: T-R-A Something, Something Spells Tramp
    When Kelly's date gives her an ultimatum, she finds herself stranded but not alone on a deserted road 15 miles outside Chicago. Meanwhile, Peg tries to put some spice back into her marriage by spending Saturday night "communicating" wit Al.

    Episode 3: Every Bundy Has a Birthday
    When Seven can't remember his birthday, Peggy assigns him one, selecting the next day, which also happens to be Al's birthday. The family decides to go to the town park to celebrate, only to fin it's been rented by a rich, snobby family.

    Episode 4: Al On The Rocks
    When Peggy panics over Seven's sneezes, she begins piling up medical bills, forcing Al to take on a second job as a topless bartender.

    Episode 5: What I Did For Love
    Peg tries everthing in the book to renew Al's romantic interest in her - up to and including promises of five-course meals.

    Episode 6: Frat Chance
    Desperate for a date, Bud creates his own community college fraternity in his garage.

    Episode 7: The Chicago Wine Party
    With the elections coming, Al convinces his family to register to vote for the first time in an effort to stop a proposed tax on beer. When the tax increase passes, Al leads an angry protest to overturn the bill.

    Episode 8: Kelly Doesn't Live Here Anymore
    When Al can't afford to pay the bills, he convinces Kelly to get a job. Finding employment as a waitress at a burger joint, Kelly realizes why Peg has never worked a day in her life.

    Episode 9: Rock Of Ages
    When Al wins a trip to Hawaii, he poses as an aging rock star to get into the first class lounge. Inside the airport lounge, he meets rock heroes Spencer Davis, Richie Havens, Robby Krieger, Mark Lindsay, Peter Noone and John Sebastian. Mistaking him for a fellow rocker, the musicians convince Al to perform with them at a benefit.

    Episode 10: Death Of A Shoe Salesman
    While shopping for a burial plot for the family, Al and Peg discover they don't have enough money, so they have to be buried in the same casket.

    Episode 11: The Old College Try
    Bud's big plans to move into his college dorm are destroyed when Al and Peg manage to get their hands on his scholarship money and go on a shopping spree. Broke and dormless, Bud is forced back into the Bundy household.

    Episode 12: Christmas
    Al does his yearly pre-Christmas inspection of the family and can find they've done nothing wrong, which means he has to buy them presents, but he has to take a job as a department store Santa to pay for the gifts.

    Episode 13: Wedding Show
    As the Bundys prepare to attend their cousin Jimmy's wedding, everything goes wrong. Al can't find his suit, Peg can't get her makeup right, Kelly and the bridesmaids think they have on the wrong dresses, and Bud gets caught with the bride.

    Episode 14: It Doesn't Get Any Better Than This
    Al takes a fishing trip alone, only to have Peg and Marcy show up and spoil his vacation.

    Episode 15: Heels On Wheels
    Kelly buys a motorcycle to put some fun back into her life, but disaster strikes when Al decides to take the bike out for a spin.

    Episode 16: Mr. Empty Pants
    Peggy's unflattering cartoon makes Al a reluctant celebrity.

    Episode 17: You Can't Miss
    Bud goes on a dating game for "nerds."

    Episode 18: Peggy And The Pirates
    While reading a romance novel, Peg fantasizes that she is a lady in distress and Al is the pirate who saves her.

    Episode 19: Go For The Old
    Al becomes obsessed with his age after a theater cashier gives him a senior citizen's discount.

    Episode 20: Un-Alful Entry
    Al becomes a local hero when he stands up to a burglar.

    Episode 21: Movie Show
    Kelly gets an unpleasant surprise when the family takes her to a movie on her birthday.

    Episode 22: 'Til Death Do Us Part
    When Peg complains about Al's lovemaking to the girls at the beauty parlor, he becomes the laughingstock of the town.

    Episode 23: 'Tis Time to Smell the Roses
    Peg spends all of Al's early retirement money and forces him to go back to work.

    Episode 24: The Old Insurance Dodge
    When Al's Dodge is stolen, he learns it is only worth $100, and he decides to add a few priceless items to the list of things missing from his trunk.

    Episode 25: The Wedding: Repercussions
    When Jimmy learns that his new bride slept with someone the day of their wedding, his temper explodes and a guilty Bud runs for cover.

    Episode 26: The Proposition
    Coco, a cosmetic millionairess and former girlfriend of Al's, makes a truly indecent proposal by offering Peggy $500,000 for one night of passion with Al.

    My Comments:

    This show can be summed up with the following words: raunchy, crude, sexist, and hilarious.

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    Married With Children: The Complete Eighth Season - 1993-1994 (Not Rated)


    Year(s) Aired: 1993-1994
    Year of DVD Release: 2008
    Rated: Not Rated
    Approx. Running Time: 592 minutes
    Format(s): DVD (3 discs)
    My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

    From Back Cover:

    3-Disc Set Contains all 26 Episodes From the Eighth Season!

    The dys-FUN-ction continues with the less-than-loveable Bundys! Peggy switches seats with Al at a basketball game, and ends up being chosen for the $10,000 free throw contest. Kelly and Bud buy a car to share, and then are forced to double date. Everyone thinks Bud has flipped out when they overhear him speaking with his "cool" alter-ego. Due to a hospital mix-up, Al is accidentally circumcised after he's injured playing baseball. Al could get a brand new car as his old Dodge nears 999,999 miles, but can he hold out? Al (Ed O'Neill), Peggy (Katey Sagal), Kelly (Christina Applegate) and Bud (David Faustino) return for 26 more episodes of crass-kicking fun and laughter in Married... With Children: The Complete Eighth Season.


    Episode Summary:

    Episode 1: A Tisket, a Tasket, Can Peg Make a Basket?
    Al gets a pair of tickets to a big basketball game.

    Episode 2: Hood In The Boyz
    When Al finds out one of his high school girlfriends is experiencing gang trouble in the old neighborhood, he enlists the help of his football pals for a confrontation that pits youth against experience.

    Episode 3: Proud To Be Your Bud
    Bud's latest attempts to impress women fail miserably, causing him such embarrassment that he confines himself to the basement. But when his "cool" alter ego appears, Bud learns the secrets of gaining adoration.

    Episode 4: Luck Of The Bundys
    Peg checks Al's horoscope and insists he's due for a stroke of good luck. But when good things actually start happening, Al gets a shrinking feeling that his luck won't last.

    Episode 5: Banking On Marcy
    When Marcy's superiors at the bank ask her to deliver bad news at a shareholder's meeting, she calls a radio therapist who suggests she focus on sex to overcome her fear of speaking in public - advice that leads to disastrous results.

    Episode 6: No Chicken, No Check
    Al quits lending his car to Kelly and Bud, who take matters into their own hands and purchase on to share. But when both make plans for the drive-in, they are forced to double date, with each trying to get the other out of the car.

    Episode 7: Take My Wife, Please
    On Halloween, Al is left to face Death, while Peggy and the kids are recruited to fill in for the Village People.

    Episode 8: Scared Single
    Al tries to counsel a new employee against marriage.

    Episode 9: No Ma'am
    Al and his friends fight back against women's liberation.

    Episode 10: Dances With Weezie
    Al and Jefferson avoid a theater event in order to go to a sports bar.

    Episode 11: Change For A Buck
    Feeling disenchanted and ignored, Buck runs away.

    Episode 12: A Little Off The Top
    Al is accidentally circumcised.

    Episode 13: The Worst Noel
    Al misses the D'Arcy's annual Christmas party unaware he wasn't invited.

    Episode 14: Sofa So Good
    Kelly's boyfriend accidentally destroys Peggy's sofa.

    Episode 15: Honey, I Blew Up Myself
    Peggy's birthday gift for Al causes quite a stir at the mall.

    Episode 16: How Green Was My Apple
    The Bundys and the D'Arcys go to war over a property line dispute.

    Episode 17: Valentine's Day Massacre
    When Bud discovers a long-lost Valentine's card a girlfriend sent him a year ago, he goes on a mission to find his "lost love."

    Episode 18: Get Outta Dodge
    When Al's old Dodge approaches the one million mark, the manufacturer offer to highlight it in a commercial - in exchange for a brand new sports car.

    Episode 19: Field Of Screams
    Al fights to keep an auto factory from replacing his high school football field.

    Episode 20: The D'Arcy Files
    Jefferson reveals his past life as a spy.

    Episode 21: Nooner Or Later
    To win a contest, Peggy must pursuade Al to come home from work to engage in some afternoon hanky-panky.

    Episode 22: Ride Scare
    Al becomes an environmental hero and celebrity.

    Episode 23: Legend Of Ironhead Haynes
    When Al's sarcasm costs him his prized parking space, he turns to a manly hero for advice.

    Episode 24: Assault And Batteries
    Household chores threaten Al's chance to see a favorite old movie.

    Episode 25: Al Goes Deep
    A football star's romance with Kelly jeopardizes Jefferson's lifesaving wager on a big game.

    Episode 26: Kelly Knows Something
    After their television breaks down and Al finds a way to wina a large sum of money to buy a replacement, he auditions to be a contestant on a new sports trivia game show. However, after he is turned down because he lacks personality, he enlists Kelly to take his place.

    My Comments:

    This show can be summed up with the following words: raunchy, crude, sexist, and hilarious.

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    Married With Children: The Complete Ninth Season - 1994-1995 (Not Rated)


    Year(s) Aired: 1994-1995
    Year of DVD Release: 2008
    Rated: Not Rated
    Approx. Running Time: 630 minutes
    Format(s): DVD (3 discs)
    My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

    From Back Cover:

    All 28 Episodes From The Ninth Season In One 3-Disc Set!

    Bundy family values hit an all-time low as America's most dysfunctional family return for 28 more episodes of outrageous comedy and laughter in Married... With Children: The Complete Ninth Season. Watch Al (Ed O'Neill), Peg (Katey Sagal), Kelly (Christina Applegate) and Bud (David Faustino) push TV taboos beyond the limit, as they deal with public breastfeeding, virgin phon hotlines, strip club outings, cybersex dreams and the National Nudie Bar World Series. Featuring special guest appearances by Gilbert Gottfried, Wolfman Jack, Tawny Kitaen, Keri Russell and Larry Storch!


    Episode Summary:

    Episode 1: Shoeway To Heaven
    Al and Jefferson become vintage shoe entrepreneurs.

    Episode 2: Driving Mr. Boondy
    Al must brave the Department of Motor Vehicles to renew his driver's license, but discovers his fate lies in Bud's hands.

    Episode 3: Kelly Breaks Out
    An untimely pimple threatens Kelly's acting career.

    Episode 4: Naughty But Niece
    Bud is distracted by Marcy's sexy niece.

    Episode 5: Business Sucks
    Al refuses to allow breastfeeding in the shoe store.

    Episode 6: Business Still Sucks
    Al's battle against breastfeeding lands him in trouble with the store's owner.

    Episode 7: Dial B for Virgin
    Bud is tapped to run a phone hotline for virgins.

    Episode 8: Sleepless in Chicago
    Al must sleep with Marcy so that Jefferson can cash in her valuable Barbie doll.

    Episode 9: No Pot to Pease In
    The Bundys and D'Arcys discover a new TV show modeled after their lives.

    Episode 10: Dud Bowl
    Al reunites his old high school football team to play the championship game that never was.

    Episode 11: A Man for No Season
    Al and his friends decide to remedy the professional baseball strike themselves.

    Episode 12: I Want My Psycho Dad, Part 1
    Al protests the cancellation of his favorite TV show.

    Episode 13: I Want My Psycho Dad, Part 2
    The "NO MA'AM" men take their Psycho Dad protest to Washington, D.C.

    Episode 14: The Naked And The Dead, But Mostly The Naked
    Al and his friends are forced to take their wives to a strip club.

    Episode 15: Kelly Takes A Shot
    Bud helps Kelly with a commercial audition to prove himself to Marcy's niece.

    Episode 16: Best Of Bundy
    George Plimpton hosts a restrospective of Bundy bliss.

    Episode 17: Get The Dodge Outta Here
    Al's Dodge goes into the car wash, but doesn't come out.

    Episode 18: 25 Years And What Have You Got?
    Al and Peggy's plans and good intentions for their 25th wedding anniversary are upset.

    Episode 19: Ship Happens, Part 1
    Peg wins a cruise and decides to take Al and the D'Arcys along with her, leaving the kids at home with Wolfman Jack. As always, misfortune follows.

    Episode 20: Ship Happens, Part 2
    After their cruise ship sinks, the Bundys and D'Arcys are left to fend for themselves at sea.

    Episode 21: Something Larry This Way Comes
    Al goes out of his way to help Kelly and meet his TV idol, Larry Storch.

    Episode 22: And Bingo Was Her Game-O
    Peggy is invited to play in a big bingo tournament; Al and his friends set out to choose "NO MA'AM"'s new official beer.

    Episode 23: User Friendly
    Bud volunteers for a computer sex experiment.

    Episode 24: Pump Fiction
    Al and Kelly make an award-winning movie about shoes.

    Episode 25: My Favorite Married...
    The cast discuss their favorite episodes illustrated through clips.

    Episode 26: Radio Free Trumaine
    Bud's chance at a steady girlfriend is jeopardized by the hosts of a popular college radio show.

    Episode 27: Shoeless Al
    Al's fraudulent lawsuit against the mall is jeopardized by his desire to win a bowling championship.

    Episode 28: The Undergraduate
    Kelly discovers she has a wealthy, but young, secret admirer.

    My Comments:

    This show can be summed up with the following words: raunchy, crude, sexist, and hilarious.

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    Married With Children: The Complete Tenth Season - 1995-1996 (Not Rated)


    Year(s) Aired: 1995-1996
    Year of DVD Release: 2009
    Rated: Not Rated
    Approx. Running Time: 588 minutes
    Format(s): DVD (3 discs)
    My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

    From Back Cover:

    3 Disc Set Contains All 26 Episodes from the Tenth Season!

    America's number one crass act is back! Join Al (Ed O'Neil), Peggy (Katey Sagal), Kelly (Christina Applegate) and Bud (David Faustino) as they welcome guest stars Traci Bingham, Terry Bradshaw, Michael Clarke Duncan, Tim Conway, Nicole Eggert, Pat Morita, Father Guido Sarducci (Don Novello), Ben Stein, Alan Thicke, Shannon Tweed and Casper Van Dien for 26 more episodes of outrageous fun and laughter in MARRIED... WITH CHILDREN: THE COMPLETE TENTH SEASON an uproarious comedy collection no self-respecting member of NO MA'AM should be without.

    Episode Summary:

    Episode 1: Guess Who's Coming To Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner
    When Bud decides to move out, Peggy's mother arrives to stay.

    Episode 2: A Show Room With A View
    Al arranges for an aerobics studio to open next to the shoe store.

    Episode 3: Requiem For A Dead Briard
    The family tries to console Kelly when Buck dies.

    Episode 4: Reverend Al
    Al and his friends turn NO MA'AM into a tax-exempt church.

    Episode 5: How Bleen Was My Kelly
    Kelly accidentally invents a baldness cure with some unusual side effects.

    Episode 6: The Weaker Sex
    Al suffers public scorn when Peggy is declared a hero for taking out a pickpocket.

    Episode 7: Flight Of The Bumble Bee
    Bud takes on wrestler King Kong Bundy as his initiation into NO MA'AM.

    Episode 8: Blonde And Blonder
    Kelly's class reunion becomes the scene for an ex-nerd's revenge.

    Episode 9: The Two That Got Away
    Bumped from their fishing lodge cabin, Al and Jefferson seek revenge against actress Shannon Tweed.

    Episode 10: Dud Bowl II
    Marcy is determined to keep Polk High's new football scoreboard from being named after Al.

    Episode 11: Bearly Men
    Al must prove himself a man so his father-in-law will take Peggy's mom back home.

    Episode 12: Love Conquers Al
    Peggy takes Al and her parents to a marriage therapy retreat.

    Episode 13: I Can't Believe It's Butter
    Al forces Peggy's mom to get a job right before Christmas.

    Episode 14: The Hood, The Bud, and The Kelly (Part I)
    To keep Kelly as a client, Bud sets out to produce a sexy exercise video.

    Episode 15: The Hood, The Bud, and The Kelly (Part II)
    In order to save his life, Bud must finish his exercise video on time.

    Episode 16: Calendar Girl
    Al uses Bud's class project to beat out a rival shoe store owner.

    Episode 17: The Agony and the Extra C
    A Jefferson anniversary surprise is ruined when a drunken tatoo artist misspells Marcy's name.

    Episode 18: Spring Break (Part I)
    As Kelly and her friends trick Bud's fraternity out of the spring break in Florida, Al and Griff join Jefferson in Fort Lauderdale to judge a college co-ed beauty contest.

    Episode 19: Spring Break (Part II)
    While Al prepares to cheat to see that Kelly is named Miss Spring Break, Marcy and Bud lead some burned fraternity brothers to Florida for revenge.

    Episode 20: Turning Japanese
    To secure a big promotion at the bank, Marcy must first buy Al's car for her Japanese boss.

    Episode 21: Al Goes To The Dogs
    Al and Marcy clash over a doghouse for Lucky.

    Episode 22: Enemies
    A philandering delivery man's affair with Kelly causes problems with his own suspicious girlfriend.

    Episode 23: Bud Hits The Books
    Bud's unauthorized use of the library threatens his graduation.

    Episode 24: Kiss Of The Coffee Woman
    Al and Marcy object to Kelly and Jefferson appearing as a couple in a suggestive TV commercial.

    Episode 25: Torch Song Duet
    Al helps Griff win a pair of tickets to the Olympic Games.

    Episode 26: The Joke's On Al
    Al and Jefferson vie to claim the title of King of Practical Jokes.

    My Comments:

    This show can be summed up with the following words: raunchy, crude, sexist, and hilarious.

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    Married With Children: The Complete Eleventh Season - 1996-1997 (Not Rated)


    Year(s) Aired: 1996-1997
    Year of DVD Release: 2009
    Rated: Not Rated
    Approx. Running Time: 588 minutes
    Format(s): DVD (3 discs)
    My Rating: 4 stars (Out of 5)

    From Back Cover:

    Three-Disc Set Contains All 24 Episodes from the FINAL SEASON!

    Fun! Laughter! And a touch of crass! The Bundys are back and more outrageous than ever in the eleventh and final season of MARRIED... WITH CHILDREN. Highlighted by the hilarious three-part "Breaking Up Is Easy To Do" - where Al (Ed O'Neill) leaves Peggy (Katey Sagal) and the kids (Christina Applegate and David Faustino) to become Chicago's swingingest single - plust hysterical Bundy misadventures involving strippers, Satan worshippers and a horde of angry obese women, these 24 final episodes prove that when it comes to sidesplitting, taboo-busting comedy, it ain't over 'til the fat lady sings. Woooo Bundy!

    Episode Summary:

    Episode 1: Twisted
    A killer storm strikes, leaving the Bundys and D'Arcys sharing a basement shelter.

    Episode 2: Children of the Corns
    Al and Griff try to blackmail their sweatshop-owning boss into giving them a raise.

    Episode 3: Kelly's Got A Habit
    As Kelly agrees to give up sex for a big TV commercial, Al teams with Officer Dan for an appearance on "Cops."

    Episode 4: Requiem For A Chevyweight (Part 1 of 2)
    Al struggles to find a part for his ailing car.

    Episode 5: Requiem For A Chevyweight (Part 2 of 2)
    Following the death of his Dodge, Al sets out to get a new car.

    Episode 6: A Bundy Thanksgiving
    An untimely death threatens Al's Thanksgiving tradition and Kelly tries to save a pet turkey from becoming a holiday dinner.

    Episode 7: The Jugs Have Left The Building
    Peggy and Kelly team up as a singing duo for a talent contest in Branson, Missouri.

    Episode 8: God Help Ye Merry Bundy Men
    As Al and Griff lose their jobs on Christmas Eve, Marcy and Jefferson's entry in a neighborhood contest is sabotaged by Kelly and Bud.

    Episode 9: Crimes Against Obesity
    As he's trying to celebrate his birthday, Al is put on trial by a group of obese women.

    Episode 10: The Stepford Peg
    Peggy's amnesia allows Al to mold her into the perfect wife.

    Episode 11: Bud On The Side
    Al's boss falls in love with Bud.

    Episode 12: Grime and Punishment
    When he starts charging Bud rent, Al is confined to the basement until he makes some much-needed repairs.

    Episode 13: T*R*A*S*H*
    Al and Griff join Jefferson in the National Guard.

    Episode 14: Breaking Up Is Easy To Do (Part 1 of 3)
    A party game sends Al and Peggy to a marriage counselor; Kelly squares off in the boxing ring against a rival actress.

    Episode 15: Breaking Up Is Easy To Do (Part 2 of 3)
    When Al moves out, he and Peggy throw themselves into the singles scene, with widely different results.

    Episode 16: Breaking Up Is Easy To Do (Part 3 of 3) Episode 17: Live Nude Peg
    Al falls in love with a stripper, unaware that she's actually his wife.

    Episode 18: A Babe In Toyland
    Kelly becomes a prima donna after being asked to fill in on a popular children's television program.

    Episode 19: Birthday Boy Toy
    As Jefferson's worries about getting old force him into taking a job, Al tries to cure Peggy's shopping addiction.

    Episode 20: Damn Bundys
    Al sells his soul for a chance to play in the Super Bowl.

    Episode 21: Lez Be Friends
    Al strikes up a friendship with Marcy's identical cousin.

    Episode 22: Desperate Half-Hour
    Bud's prison pen pal arrives to rob the Bundys.

    Episode 23: How To Marry A Moron
    Al objects to Kelly marrying an armed robber, until he discovers that he's the hair to a family fortune.

    Episode 24: Chicago Shoe Exchange
    Al and Griff trade the shoe store's inventory for a massage chair.

    My Comments:

    The final season of this hilariously crude show.

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