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Married... with Children

Married... with Children Dates : 1987 - 1997
262 episodes of 30 min
First broadcasting : 10 Octobre 1989
Creator(s) : Ron Leavitt et Michael G. Moye
Producer(s) : Larry Jacobson, Ron Leavitt et Michael G. Moye
Music : Shawn K. Clement et Jonathan Wolff
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Synopsis

It looks like a typical family as we often see in family sitcoms. But very quickly, we realize that the Bundy family is not quite like the others. The father is an idiot coupled with a frenzied macho; The mother is a great jug who spends her time complaining and the two children are semi-details. They live in a suburb of Chicago and their daily life has nothing to do with that of most Americans ...

Married, 2 children (original title: Married ... with Children) is an American television series broadcast between 1987 and 1997 on the Fox channel. She features the Bundy, a middle -class family living in Chicago. The father, Al Bundy, is a former American football player who works in a shoe. He is married to Peggy, a lazy and sterile woman. The couple has two children: Kelly, a superficial and carefree teenager, and a bud, a clumsy and often unhappy adolescent in love.

The series follows the daily adventures of the Bundy, often devoted to their unsuccessful attempts to succeed in life and their constant fight against financial difficulties. Al is a pessimistic and misogynistic character, who does not hide his contempt for his family and his work. Peggy, although frivolous and carefree, is often the pillar of the family and she shows great loyalty to her loved ones. Kelly and Bud are typical adolescents, facing the problems and challenges of adolescence while trying to find their place in the world.

Over the episodes, the Bundy are faced with many comic situations, often taken from daily life, and they have to face their problems with humor and ingenuity. The series was greeted for its black humor and its ability to tackle taboo subjects with audacity and originality. It was also criticized for its stereotypical representation of female characters and for its excessive use of large words and controversial subjects.

Despite these criticisms, married, 2 children was a popular success and lasted 11 seasons, becoming a must for American television from the 1990s. The series was broadcast in many countries and has inspired many parodies and television broadcasts . She also launched the career of several actors and actresses, including Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal and Christina Applegate.

The Actors

Ed O'Neill - Al Bundy

Ed O'Neill


(Al Bundy)

Katey Sagal - Peggy Bundy

Katey Sagal


(Peggy Bundy)

Christina Applegate - Kelly Bundy

Christina Applegate


(Kelly Bundy)

David Faustino - Bud Bundy

David Faustino


(Bud Bundy)

Amanda Bearse - Marcy Rhoades D'Arcy

Amanda Bearse


(Marcy Rhoades D'Arcy)

David Garrison - Steve Rhoades

David Garrison


(Steve Rhoades)

Ted McGinley - Jefferson D'Arcy

Ted McGinley


(Jefferson D'Arcy)

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Trivia

Jerry Hall (ex Madame Jagger), Julie Condra (lover of the Crying Freeman), Pamela Anderson, Donna d'Errico (two sirens of Malibu alert), Lisa Robin Kelly (Sister Perverse in That's 70 Show), Tiffani-Amber Thiessen (escaped from Beverly Hills), Tia Carrere (adventurer named Sidney Fox), Andra Parker (fan of Jarod in the Chameleon), Traci Lords (ex star of the X), Milla Jovovich (future Jeanne d'Arc), Joey Lauren Adams ( Baby sitter in Big Daddy), Liz Vassey (maximum opponent Bob), Jamie Luner (new profiler) were some of the pretty plants to be charged by this obsessed with Al Bundy

Peggy is not to be complained: Casper van Dien (hero of Starship Troopers), Matt Leblanc (Joey in Friends), Jonathan Frakes (Barbu in Star Trek the Next Generation) or David Boreanaz (not very happy in Buffy and Angel) were Some of the victims of the very specific manners of the Bundy-Filles!

The LOVE & MARRIAGE credits is sung by Frank SINATRA. She is one of her greatest successes. The song was written by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen. Sammy Cahn is famous for having been 24 times nominated for the Oscars for film music. He won four statuettes. Jimmy Van Heusen, old accomplice of the composer had "only" 14 nominations but four statuettes, too.

The last episode was broadcast in the United States on May 5, 1997, on the Fox channel

This TV series has never won Emmy Award

Family names "Bundy" and "Rhodes" come from American wrestlers King Kong Bundy and Dusty Rhodes

In a few episode, the Bundy address is 9764 Jeopardy Lane, Chicago, Illinois. In some episodes, their address is 9674 Jeopardy Lane

The roles of Al and Peg were first attributed to actors Sam Kinison and Roseanne

In the episode "Get the Dodge Out of Hell" (n ° 917), Jefferson works in a car washing, and on his work apron is written: "Traugott's House of Scrubbin '". Walter Traugott is the man Jefferson is supposed to have killed while he was watching a baseball match (episode 820 - "The Arcy Files"), because this man knew Jefferson's past as a spy

Filming

Filming locations:

  • Chicago, Illinois, USA
  • Columbia/Sunset Gower Studios - 1438 N. Gower St., Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA (studio: stage 9)
  • Los Angeles, California, USA

Authors of the card

  • Creation date: 2003/07/01 by stals
  • Last Update: 2007/05/01 by boulaire

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