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The antithesis of the loving "Cosby Show" family, "Married ... With Children" focused on the Bundys, a suburban Chicago family who would rather eat nails than say a kind word to one another. Al, the patriarch, is a misogynistic shoe salesman, whose wife, Peggy, is a housewife who does no work around the house. Saying their children, Kelly and Bud, do not have a lot going for them is an understatement. This biting comedy focuses on the couple's constant verbal sparring over their slacker kids, their lack of money, success and intimacy.

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aired 529 days ago
Al is required to carpool with women from one of the mall's lingerie stores.
aired 529 days ago
A radio show will give Peg $1,000 to seduce Al during lunch hour.
aired 529 days ago
When Marcy confronts Jefferson about his past, she is shocked to learn he is in a witness protection program.
aired 529 days ago
Al chains himself to a goal post to stop the demolition of Polk High's old sports field.
aired 530 days ago
Al is offered a sports car in return for a commercial about his old clunker.
aired 530 days ago
A prom queen, now a pop star, sent Bud a valentine six years ago.
aired 530 days ago
An apple causes the Bundys and the D'Arcys to declare war on each other for property rights.
aired 530 days ago
Al enlists a group of feminists to destroy posters showing sexy photos of Peg.
aired 531 days ago
Kelly accidentally torches the couch while Peg and Al are away.
aired 531 days ago
Al and Peggy desperately search for a channel not showing "It's a Wonderful Life.".
aired 531 days ago
A minor mishap at the hospital causes Al pain whenever he is aroused.
aired 531 days ago
Buck runs away from home and ends up on death row in the pound.
aired 532 days ago
Al and Jefferson concoct a wild scheme to worm their way out of attending a play with their wives.
aired 532 days ago
Al forms a woman-hating club and decides to take over a female-oriented talk show.
aired 532 days ago
Al tries to convince Aaron (Hill Harper), his newly hired shoe salesman, that he should not get married.
aired 532 days ago
Al must prove his family really needs him or Death will banish him.
aired 533 days ago
Kelly and Bud are forced to double-date after they purchase a new car.
aired 533 days ago
Marcy finds a way to overcome her fear of public speaking, but the cure turns out to be worse than the illness.
aired 533 days ago
Al becomes too paranoid to enjoy his incredible lucky streak.
aired 535 days ago
Bud faces his cool alter ego when his latest attempt to impress women fails miserably.
aired 535 days ago
Al helps an ex-girlfriend having gang trouble in the old neighborhood.

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