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married with children episodesd
4 replies to this topic
Posted June 12 2011 - 03:55 PM
There are many threads out there on married with children and it was difficult to find an active thread. Therefore, i decided to start a new one! I watch some episodes on the weekend from S7, like the old age, Bud gets with his cousin's fiancee, etc. I like the old ade one, especially the ending when the musician are singing. It was very well done. I have all the seasons on dvd and do watch them from time to time as it was a classic show. It is hard to believe the show is over 15+ years since it left the air!
Posted June 12 2011 - 04:05 PM
Paul just in case you aren't aware you can edit topic headers after posting to correct capitalization and spelling errors. Are you attempting to just simply discuss the show in general or a specific episode? I'm not sure what you mean by this statement.... "like the old age, Bud gets with his cousin's fiancee, etc. I like the old ade one, especially the ending when the musician are singing. It was very well done." Married is pretty much the show that put FOX tv on the map.
Posted June 13 2011 - 04:12 AM
yes, i was just started a general thread to discuss the show and its episodes. I am huge married with children fan and still can laugh at the episodes. There are some really good episodes, like the anthrax, weannie tots, better shop around, etc.
Posted April 21 2012 - 11:33 AM
i watch the high school reunion episodes tonight and they are as funny as they were 20+ years ago, especially peggy wanker - don't bother to thank her or connie bender bring a friend it won't offender. Squiggy was also in this episodes as well! I like also seeing Kelly and Bud dressing up as flower children from the 1960s.
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