Married...with Children - The Complete Third Season

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This three-disc box set contains every episode from the third season of Fox's irreverent, controversy-courting situation comedy Married...With Children, including a famously "lost" episode. Each episode is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1.
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This three-disc box set contains every episode from the third season of Fox's irreverent, controversy-courting situation comedy Married...With Children, including a famously "lost" episode. Each episode is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; 10 hidden Easter Eggs featuring interviews with the cast; Plus the infamous lost episode
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Christina Urban
Married...With Children courted controversy during its long run, thanks to humor that veered joyfully down the road to sexual double entendres and bodily functions. The producers got right down to it, in fact, early in the 1988-89 season, with "The Camping Show." Originally titled, "A Period Piece," the episode finds the Bundy family camping with their neighbors Steve and Marcy Rhodes David Garrison and Amanda Bearse, when Marcy and Peggy Katey Sagal simultaneously begin menstruating. Fox's standards-and-practices people forced script changes because they thought women might be offended. A woman from Michigan actually was offended by "Her Cups Runneth Over" -- the episode wherein Al Ed O’Neill goes out to buy Peggy a new bra -- and launched a protest that proved a benefit to the series, drawing curious viewers. The network refused to air "I'll See You in Court," a tale that finds the two couples being videotaped having sex at a hotel, but it is included in this Season 3 release. The rest of the season is standard Bundy humor: Peggy thinks she saw Elvis at the mall in "I'm Going to Sweatland"; Steve and Al join a hair club for men in "The Bald and the Beautiful"; Al refuses to cut his hair after his barber dies in "Requiem for a Dead Barber"; and when Peggy gets a job selling cosmetics over the phone and makes more money than Al, he gets a second job at a burger place in "A Three Job, No Income Family." In addition to the pleasure of seeing Kelly Christina Applegate and Bud David Faustino Bundy while they were still kids, fans will enjoy Easter Eggs featuring interviews with the cast. What they won't get, though, is the series' memorable theme song, Frank Sinatra's "Love and Marriage." Music rights were too expensive, and a new musical theme has been added for this release.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/25/2005
  • UPC: 043396083707
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Mixed Media Set / Pan & Scan
  • Time: 8:30:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 49,434


Side #1 -- Disc 1
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   Episode Selections
      He Thought He Could
      I'm Goin' to Sweatland
      Poke High
      The Camping Show
      A Dump of My Own
      Her Cups Runneth Over
      The Bald and the Beautiful
      TV Comedy Favorites
      TV Action Favorites
   Easter Eggs
Side #2 -- Disc 2
   Play All Episodes
   Episode Selections
      The Gypsy Cried
      Requiem for a Dead Barber
      Eatin' Out
      My Mom, the Mom
      Can't Dance, Don't Ask Me
      A Three Job, No Income Family
      The Harder They Fall
Side #3 -- Disc 3
   Play All Episodes
   Episode Selections
      The House That Peg Lost
      Married... With Queen
      Married... With Queen: The Sequel
      The Dateless Amigo
      The Computer Show
      Life's a Beach
      Here's Lookin' at You, Kid
      The Lost Episode!: I'll See You in Court
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