#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Series Online Free – With a pay check that is lower than what the local beggar is earning, and with a wife and two children whose only interest is to rob him of his last cents, shoe-salesman Al Bundy is lucky if he can sit down in front of the TV with an ice-cold beer, or sneak out to the local Nudy bar every Tuesday night. Life isn’t what it used to be when he was the star of the high-school football team, and when he scored four touch-downs in a single game. Plot: Al Bundy is an unsuccessful middle aged shoe salesman with a miserable life and an equally dysfunctional family. He hates his job, his wife is lazy, his son is dysfunctional (especially with women), and his daughter is dim-witted and promiscuous.
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My favorite episode and some lines I can’t forget from the series
I’ve read the comments and looks like we all like MWC. I stayed with the show through thick and thin. There were a few years when the writing went downhill, but it came back up during the last 2 or 3 years of the show’s run.
Anyway, my favorite episode HAS to be the one concerning the Barbie doll. The scene where Al is stuck in bed with Marcy is a CLASSIC (much like the scene in All In The Family where Archie’s neice goes out with Lionel, the black neighbor) and when Jefferson comes in and forces Al out the window is nothing short of hilarious. My eyes are filling up with tears of laughter thinking of that scene.
Now for a few unforgettable lines I like:
the episode where the Dodge turns over to 1,000,000 miles: Al turns on the radio and a cowboy is singing “And that’s when my hound dog, started looking good to me”
I forget what episode this was in, but Bud kicks his family out so he can study. He says to Buck the dog, “looks like it’s just you and me”. Bucks says to himself: “Uh oh. I’ve seen porno movies that start out like this.”
I had an idea for a storyline: Al’s favorite strip club, The Nudie Bar, is burned down. Was it accidental or was it set by Marcy “Chicken Legs” Darcy and her anti-male friends?
What do you think of that plot? Could it have worked?
I almost submitted this without saying which of Marcy’s husbands I liked better. I like Steve just a little bit better. He had that straight face that never cracked a smile no matter how ridiculous Al got. Jefferson was goo too, don’t get me wrong.
Portrait of the American Family
Sadly if you took a survey I think that more people would identify with Al Bundy as the American father than Ward Cleaver. Ward might be what we aspire to, but Al sadly is what we are.
Ed O’Neill as the much but upon Al Bundy was the lead in Married With Children. In doing so he revived another genre in which the American husband and father is a put upon idiot like Danny Thomas for instance. But this show went much farther. Katey Sagal as mother spends her whole day on her coach watching soap operas and eating bonbons. We all felt for Al getting stuck with this and supporting her and the kids on his miserable dead end job as a shoe salesman for women’s footwear.
That wasn’t it for Married With Children. Nobody would ever confuse Christina Applegate with Sandra Dee dripping with sweet virginity. The girl is dumber than a post and puts out to one and all. There was a great line in one of the shows when she took a career guidance test and the result was “lumber camp toy or the other woman”.
There is also David Faustino as Bud who was intelligent, but the ultimate social misfit. Not likely to be the high school football hero Al was, four touchdowns in a single game Bundy little knowing those were his glory years. Many can identify with that.
Every episode focused on one or more of these role models. The neighbor was Amanda Bearse who went through two husbands during the show’s run. First was David Garrison who like her was an upwardly mobile yuppie in the banking business. She and O’Neill had a war of words for the run of the show. Secondly was Ted McGinley who was a lay about gigolo, a trophy husband as it were.
These six characters and the acid look at the American family are what gave Married With Children it’s cynical vibe. It also entertained America from the tail end of the Reagan years well into the Clinton years. Some of the stories went into the surreal, but they were always hilarious.
Ed O’Neill for a long time couldn’t get work so identified with Al Bundy that he was. Ironically he’s now on another hit show playing a family patriarch, much different than Al.
But as the much put upon symbol of the American male is what I remember Ed O’Neill as the indelible, unforgettable Al Bundy.
Original Language en
Original Title Married… with Children
Total Seasons 11
Released 05 Apr 1987
Release Year 1987–1997
Writer Ron Leavitt, Michael G. Moye
Actors Ed O’Neill, Christina Applegate, Katey Sagal
Country United States
Awards Nominated for 7 Primetime Emmys. 7 wins & 29 nominations total
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