Married... With Children

FOX (ended 1997)



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Married... with Children is a show about shoe salesman Al Bundy who raises his dysfunctional family. Peg Bundy is Al's wife, she is addicted to shopping and watching Oprah. Marcy Rhoades/D'Arcy is the Bundys' neighbor who works as a banker. Marcy was married to Steve Rhoades, another banker, for a few years but they ended up getting a divorce. A year later Marcy met and got married to Jefferson D'Arcy, a former spy who had various jobs, but he preferred being a house husband. Kelly Bundy is the attractive daughter with the intelligence of a fruitfly. Bud Bundy is the son who has bad luck with women. Fox Broadcast History: April 1987-October 1987---Sundays-8:00 p.m. October 1987-July 1989---Sundays-8:30 p.m. July 1989-August 1996---Sundays-9:00 p.m. September 1996-June 1997---Saturdays-9:00 p.m.


    Open Caption: Blast to the Past with Married... with Children

    As part of Fox's 25th Anniversary Special, the network is set to re-air the world's very first introduction to the infamous American family stereotype, the Bundys.


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  • Katey Sagal

    Katey Sagal

    Peg Bundy

    Ed O'Neill

    Ed O'Neill

    Al Bundy

    David Garrison

    David Garrison

    Steve Rhoades (Episodes 1-74, recurring afterwards)

    Amanda Bearse

    Amanda Bearse

    Marcy Rhoades D'Arcy

    Ted McGinley

    Ted McGinley

    Jefferson D'Arcy (Episodes 102-262, recurring previously)

    David Faustino

    David Faustino

    Bud Bundy

    Fan Reviews (167)

    • awsome show

      This show is so funny its ridicilous. All characters are perfect. I can watch it again and again. No downtime on this show thats for sure.
    • Top Shows of the 80s/90s

      Various ep (99-13)
    • One of the very best sitcoms ever

      This sitcom is definitely one of the bests. 11 seasons, and still the last ones are funny (I know some people think it went down, but watching again the 10th or 11th, it's really funny). Al Bundy might be the best TV character ever. I don't really see anybody to contest that.

      If you had to find bad points, I would say the 3 spin-off pilot episodes, bad episodes which ended up on 3 failed spin-offs.moreless
    • My All-Time Favorite Sitcom

      Years after this show was canceled, this show remains one of the funniest shows on TV. All the characters have made me laugh, and I also feel bad for Al going through all that torture. If someone has a bad day, they should watch this show and after seeing Al's life, they'd feel better in an instant.
    • one of the best sitcoms ever made.

      I love this show. I watch it all the time. I love how it pushed the boundaries for what you can show on TV and sitcoms.

    More Info About This Show


    witty remarks, valley girls, the middle class, teen angst, snobs versus slobs