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Chicago Shoe Exchange
Al and Griff want to get a massage chair, so they start bartering things to get it.

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How to Marry a Moron (2)
Kelly falls in love with the boyfriend of Bud's pen-pal, and decides to get married to him, but the boyfriend seems to like other women, which Al takes as an insult.

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The Desperate Half-Hour (1)
Bud has a pen pal in prison he writes to. The person is able to visit, but brings her tough boyfriend along too, meaning bad news for the Bundys.

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Lez Be Friends
Marcy's lesbian cousin visits, but she starts getting jealous of her.

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Damn Bundys
Al gets to play football with the Chicago Bears, which also has a catch.

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Birthday Boy Toy
Bud directs a commercial for the shoe store where Al works. In the meantime, Jefferson goes to the health club, where everyone seems to enjoy his ...

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A Babe in Toyland
Kelly gets on job on a children's show, but soon starts hogging the set. In the meantime, in order to avoid Peggy, Al and Peggy get twin beds, but some things just don't work out.

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Live Nude Peg
Peggy feels neglected, and decides to pose as a stripper in the nudie bar, under the name of Jasmine. Al falls for her spells, but he doesn't know she's really Peggy.

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Breaking Up Is Easy To Do (Part III)
Peggy's new boyfriend tells Bud and Kelly they have to work from now on, and they must find a way to bring her and Al back.

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Breaking Up Is Easy To Do (Part II)
Peggy and Al go their separate ways, meeting new people. Al moves into an apartment near the airport, and Peggy finds a new boyfriend.

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Breaking Up Is Easy To Do (Part I)
Peg and Al go to a therapist, and soon break up right on the spot. In the meantime, Kelly wants to get a commmercial job, but needs to learn how to box in order to beat the competition.

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For once, Al and Griff want a regular meal, enlisting in the Army, but soon it becomes "mortal" combat when they have to fight a garbage strike.

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Grime and Punishment
Al starts to charge Bud rent to live in his house. Bud demands that he repair the basement, but Al tells him that he won't do it.

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Bud on the Side
Bud still has women problems, and decides to consult Al's help. Al tells him to aim lower, and soon he starts dating Gary!

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The Stepford Peg
Peggy gets amnesia, and the others tell her she is the ideal wife of the family, making her a cooking and cleaning machine.

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Crimes Against Obesity
Al gets sued after insulting one more obese woman who walked into the store. He must figure out a way out of it, or surely get punished.

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God Help Ye Merry Bundymen
Al and Griff get some new employees to run the shoe store, but soon Gary decides they do a better job than Al and Griff, getting them fired. Al and Griff can either convince Gary to give them their jobs back, or find "better" jobs.

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The Juggs Have Left the Building
Peg and Kelly go on a trip to Missouri, and find out they can win big on a singing contest.

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A Bundy Thanksgiving
Al wants to go look for a pie he loves made by an aunt, but finds out she is dead, and there is ony one pie remaining. He needs to get it away from the others at her funeral, and that is only possible with the help of football tactics.

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Requiem for a Chevyweight (2)
The Dodge dies on Al, as portrayed in the previous episode, so Al goes to lease a sports car, which happens to be broken as well. In the meantime, Peggy finds out she can make some money from the engine of the Dodge, and goes to dig it up from the backyard where Al buried it.

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Requiem for a Chevyweight (1)
Al's Dodge is close to breaking down. The family reminisces about what happened with it, and Peg, Kelly, and Bud try to sell parts of it for money behind Al's back.

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Kelly's Gotta Habit
Kelly gets chosen to be on a commercial where she must play a nun. In the meantime, Al gets chosen to go as Officer Dan's partner on Cops, and invades the D'Arcy's home.

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Children of the Corns
Al learns that the shoes he sells are made by children in sweatshops, so he tries to blackmail Gary, his boss. He tries to get some proof of it so that both he and Griff will get a raise, but they fail.

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Bud tries to make it seem like there is a bad storm outside in order to get a girl. A real twister occurs and the D'Arcys take refuge in the Bundys' house.

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"Married...with Children" is an iconic American sitcom that aired on the FOX channel from 1987 to 1997, affirming its presence as one of the longest-lasting live-action sitcoms on FOX. Created by Michael G. Moye and Ron Leavitt, the show was known for its irreverent, dark humor, tackling taboo subjects that other sitcoms dared not touch, and it quickly gained infamy for its stereotype-shattering approach and working-class portrayal, pushing boundaries and landing on the radar of media watchdog groups. The protagonist of the series is Al Bundy, played with characteristic wit and grace by Ed O'Neill. Al is a hapless, downtrodden shoes salesman, a former high school football star, and a figure often considered synonymous with the idea of an underachieving patriarch. His character is defined by his relentless bad luck, poor career prospects, and overall dissatisfaction with life. Al's wife, Peggy Bundy, is brilliantly played by Katey Sagal. Peggy is presented as the quintessential anti-housewife of the 80s, with her big red hair, leopard print outfits, love for daytime soap operas, and aversion to housework. She is the show's beacon of comedic relief, known to shop excessively while utterly ignoring household chores or food preparation. Christina Applegate and David Faustino embody Kelly and Bud Bundy, the two children of the family, both of whom skew modern stereotypes. Kelly, portrayed by Applegate, is the dimwitted, scandalous blonde daughter who often dominates as the butt of her brother's jokes. Faustino's character, Bud Bundy, is the smart, yet socially awkward and luckless son who often struggles to win women’s affection, something completely opposite to his sister's persona. Living next to the Bundys are their neighbors Marcy and Steve Rhodes, played by Amanda Bearse and David Garrison respectively. Marcy is Peggy's best friend and polar opposite; she is a career-focused feminist, while Steve is a responsible banker, forming an apparent counterpoint to Al. After several seasons, Steve was replaced by the good-natured but dimwitted Jefferson, portrayed by actor Ted McGinley, who marries Marcy and is often found in many schemes with Al. Other recurring characters in the series include Harold Sylvester, E. E. Bell, Dan Tullis Jr., and more. While each character brings their own unique flavor and comedic touch to the sitcom, Matt LeBlanc, Jane Lynch, and Tim Conway deserve special mention for their wonder-fill performance. Not forgetting the supporting role played by Buck, the Bundy's lazy pet dog. The show’s situational humor often dwells into somewhat controversial areas compared to its prime time contemporaries, given it is grounded in a not-so-distant reality. Yet, beneath its bold and contentious surface, "Married...with Children" provides an often-inaccurate but tongue-in-cheek depiction of the American working-class family. The family members, while flawed, share a strong bond and stand up for each other when the world comes tumbling down, giving the show a heart amidst all its audacity. Unlike many sitcoms from its era or even today, "Married...with Children" does not shy away from portraying a family that is anything but ideal. The landmark show hence broke fresh ground not merely through its inverted take on the classic 1980s family sitcom but also with its candid representation of a middle-class American family—uncensored, politically incorrect, laden with dark humor, and unapologetically real. Throughout its 10-year run, "Married...with Children" often utilized outlandish, comedic scenarios, unforgettable catchphrases, slapstick comedy, and no-holds-barred dialogue. All in all, the show presents an entertaining, funny, and fresh perspective on family relationships, making it a beloved cult classic that has shaped TV comedy.

Married...with Children is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 11 seasons with a total of 277 episodes, the show debuted on 1987. The series has earned a mostly positive reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 8.1.

Ed O'Neill, Christina Applegate, Katey Sagal
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