Married... with Children - Season 7

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As a means of freshening up Married...With Children during the series' seventh season, the producers decided to add a new regular: Seven Bundy Shane Sweet, six-year-old son of one of Peg Bundy's hillbilly cousins, who is left in the care of Peg Katey Sagal and her husband, Al Ed O'Neill, by Seven's irresponsible parents. Alas, Seven never caught on with the series' fans some critics have compared him to the benighted "Oliver" on the final season of The Brady Bunch, so the character was abruptly dumped in ...
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As a means of freshening up Married...With Children during the series' seventh season, the producers decided to add a new regular: Seven Bundy Shane Sweet, six-year-old son of one of Peg Bundy's hillbilly cousins, who is left in the care of Peg Katey Sagal and her husband, Al Ed O'Neill, by Seven's irresponsible parents. Alas, Seven never caught on with the series' fans some critics have compared him to the benighted "Oliver" on the final season of The Brady Bunch, so the character was abruptly dumped in mid-season, without comment or explanation. Elsewhere, things haven't changed much for the boorish Bundy family. Dad Al continues to be the archetypal male chauvinist pig, Peg persists in avoiding housework and indulging in sexual fantasies, daughter Kelly Christina Applegate puts her show-biz career on hold to work as a waitress, and son Bud David Faustino continues to seek out hot chicks and fast money. This is the season in which the entire cast appears as pirates and captured maidens in a dream sequence; Al is sued by a man who was robbing the Bundy house; Peg doodles a cartoon of Al which wins him about 15-and-a-half minutes of fame; Bud shows up as a contestant on The Dating Game; and Al's old girlfriend makes him an offer he can't refuse. Season seven closes with an offbeat special episode, "A Day in the Life, focusing on the backstage activities of series regulars Amanda Bearse Marcy and Ted McGinley Jefferson.
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  • Release Date: 9/18/2007
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 10:00:00
  • Format: DVD

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Disc #1 -- Married... With Children: The Complete Seventh Season, Disc 1
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   Episode Selections
      Magnificent Seven
      T R A Something, Something Spells Tramp
      Every Bundy Has a Birthday
      Al on the Rocks
      What I Did for Love
      Frat Chance
      The Chicago Wine Party
      Kelly Doesn't Live Here Anymore
      Rock of Ages
Disc #2 -- Married... With Children: The Complete Seventh Season, Disc 2
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   Episode Selections
      Death of a Shoe Salesman
      The Old College Try
      Christmas
      Wedding Show
      It Doesn't Get Any Better Than This
      Heels on Wheels
      Mr. Empty Pants
      You Can't Miss
      Peggy and the Pirates
Disc #3 -- Married... With Children: The Complete Seventh Season, Disc 3
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   Episode Selections
      Go for the Gold
      Unalful Entry
      Movie Show
      'Til Death Do Us Part
      'Tis Time to Smell the Roses
      The Old Insurance Dodge
      The Wedding: Repercussions
      The Proposition
   Previews
      Seinfeld Season 9
      The King of Queens
      Great TV Families
      Meatballs
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Season 7 Is Cool!

    Amazing Season 7 and the little boy who was named Seven he's so cute And Ofcourse is Bud And Kelly still hot and i think Corey Feldaman stars on the show the Eposide TRA Something Spells Tramp cause i watched it on Comedy Central yesterday real awesome eposide and Kelly is so hot season 7 i recommend to ya i really do!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    This in NOT such a bad a season as its made out to be

    the main major complaint of this show is this: seven. a lot of mixed feelings come from this season i guess its valid. i remember oringinally watching when seven came into the picture and not totally being ok with it. but i think whats really misunderstood about this characters involvement in this series is that i dont think seven was really intended to be a permanent character in the show. i think it was really just a joke upon the tv sitcoms plan b formula for ratings: lets add a new character. i mean the signs are there its the seventh season and his name is seven. although the joke may have caused a drop in ratings it proved a point new characters dont help the show ratings at all its all about show content writing good acting and whether or not people would just rather watch something else that has a timeslot that conflicts with another time slot. and i think who was involved in the show knew that. knowing what we know now that seven dropped off the show how people can still hate this season its not a bad season it still has great episodes writing and acting. and even if seven's dissappearance isnt explained it can be explained. he simply probly hooked up with a more well off family and the bundy parents being the neglectful parents they are simply didnt even notice and that would be so typical of them. i still highly recommend this season even if it is the one thats "tainted" with seven. to give it another try

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