Married... with Children - Season 11

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Overview

Having clocked in eleven seasons, Married...With Children was Fox's longest-lasting series of the 1996-1997 TV season. Unfortunately, the 11th season was the last, due in part to the network's decision to change the series' timeslot three times within a single year. Al Bundy Ed O'Neill is still Chicago's most frustrated shoe clerk, all the more so because his boss, "Gary" -- actually a woman, and a none-too-pleasant one -- is seen for the first time in several episodes. Al's wife, Peg Katey Sagal, is still lazy ...
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Overview

Having clocked in eleven seasons, Married...With Children was Fox's longest-lasting series of the 1996-1997 TV season. Unfortunately, the 11th season was the last, due in part to the network's decision to change the series' timeslot three times within a single year. Al Bundy Ed O'Neill is still Chicago's most frustrated shoe clerk, all the more so because his boss, "Gary" -- actually a woman, and a none-too-pleasant one -- is seen for the first time in several episodes. Al's wife, Peg Katey Sagal, is still lazy as a sloth and still dresses like a Rush Street "working girl." Daughter Kelly Christina Applegate is still pursuing a show-business career, and son Bud David Faustino is still drawing a paycheck from the motor vehicle bureau. If anything, the individual episodes are more outrageously "out there" than ever before. Highlights include Al making a deal with the Devil played by Nightmare on Elm Street's Robert Englund so the Chicago Bears can win a crucial game, a crossover episode with the Fox reality series Cops one wonders how the Bundys have avoided being on Cops in past seasons!, and series regular Amanda Bearse showing up in the dual role of the Bundys' neighbor Marcy and her lesbian cousin this, reportedly, was done so that actress Bearse could "out" herself on the series Ellen DeGeneres-style without compromising Marcy's heterosexuality. The saga of Married...With Children comes to an end as Al stops the wedding of his daughter, Kelly, who has become engaged to a guy who tried to rob the Bundy house. This series finale was supposed to have been the pilot episode for a sitcom starring Christina Applegate as Kelly Bundy, but the actress decided to bypass the opportunity.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/13/2009
  • UPC: 043396297029
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Time: 8:50:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 25,350

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Disc #1 -- Married With Children: The Complete Eleventh Season
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   Episode Selections
      Twisted
      Children of the Corns
      Kelly's Gotta Habit
      Requiem for a Chevyweight (Part 1)
      Requiem for a Chevyweight (Part 2)
      A Bundy Thanksgiving
      The Jugs Have Left the Building
      God Help Ye Merry Bundy Men
Disc #2 -- Married With Children: The Complete Eleventh Season
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   Episode Selections
      Crimes Against Obesity
      The Stepford Peg
      Bud On the Side
      Grime and Punishment
      T*R*A*S*H
      Breaking Up Is Easy to Do (Part I)
      Breaking Up Is Easy to Do (Part II)
      Breaking Up Is Easy to Do (Part III)
Disc #3 -- Married With Children: The Complete Eleventh Season
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   Episode Selections
      Live Nude Peg
      A Babe in Toyland
      Birthday Boy Toy
      Damn Bundys
      Lez Be Friends
      Desperate Half-Hour
      How to Marry a Moron
      Chicago Shoe Exchange
   Previews
      Sugar
      10 Items or Less (Seasons 1 & 2)
      Blu-ray Disc Is High Definition!
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Hubby's favorite

    This is one of the top favorites for my husband. He loves to watch them over and over.

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    David Faustino i love you!

    omg i love David Faustino as Bud he's so cute i finally have the married with childern season 11 on dvd the eposides include Bud pretending to have a torando to impress a girl Kelly doing a commercial as a nun Al's boss falls in love with Bud Al falls in love with a stripper who's really Peg his own wife while Al and Peg's marriage isn't going so well there still the Darcy's the annoying neighbors and a new dog name Lucky yep its all on season 11 Married With Childern

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