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3-Disc Set Contains All 22 Episodes from the Third Season!
|"There goes the neighborhood...all over again! Third time's a charm as Married with Children: The Complete Third Season has even more twisted fun in boldly subverting TV's domestic nest, smashing taboos and stereotypes as this wildly popular, often controversial hit series broke all the rules, dirtying up TV's prim and proper landscape on its way to earning a place in pop-culture infamy. Petty, backstabbing, and always at each other's throats -- just the way we like 'em -- the Bundys became true American icons during their original hit run, holding up a cracked mirror to our own lives, damaged goods and all.|
This three disc collection includes all 22 episodes from The Complete Third Season of Married with Children!"
"The total opposite of what a TV family should be, the original working title for the show was Not The Cosbys... Britt Gillette, The DVD Report
"...a perfectly cast series that was offensive and edgy, yet brilliantly so. CurrentFilm.com
"...a deliberately irreverent flip-side to the squeaky clean family sitcoms. James Plath, DVD Town
"...well-delivered raunch-humor... Scott Weinberg, DVD Talk
Editor's NoteA distinct departure from the saccharine fare of most sitcom families, the Bundys are a dysfunctional bunch of malcontents, who struggle to get along with each other and stay afloat in the world. Their patriarch, Al (Ed O'Neil), had his glory days back in high school as the star of the football team, and now makes his living as a shoe salesman. He spends his spare time watching way too much television, impervious to the amorous advances of his wife Peg (Katey Sagal), a former cheerleader and Al's high school sweetheart. Their daughter Kelly (Christina Applegate) is a blonde bimbo, and their son Bud (David Faustino) is a sexually frustrated misfit; Marcy D'Arcy (Amanda Bearce) is their meddlesome neighbor. In the third season, Elvis fans see the image of the King in a sweat stain on Al's shirt; Al and Peg dine and dash; Kelly must tap dance for an audience of nerds; and Peg endeavors to be Prom Queen at her high school reunion, no matter what it takes. Episodes include: "He Thought He Could," "Poke High (aka The Red Grange Story)," "Her Cups Runneth Over," "Eatin' Out," "The Dateless Amigo," and "Life's a Beach."
Cast & Crew
|Gerry Cohen - Director|
|Michael G. Moye - Writer|
|Ron Leavitt - Writer|
|Marti M. Squyres, Nominee, Outstanding Individual Achievement in Costuming for a Series|
Golden Globe (1992)
|Ed O'Neill, Nominee, Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical|
Golden Globe (1991)
|Katey Sagal, Nominee, Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical|
|Married with Children, Nominee, Best TV-Series - Comedy/Musical|
|Marti Masamitsu, Nominee, Outstanding Achievement in Costuming for a Series|
|Larry Harris, Nominee, Outstanding Editing for a Series - Multi-Camera Production|
|Ted Polmanski, Nominee, Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Comedy Series|
|Mark Buxbaum, Nominee, Outstanding Lighting Direction (Electronic) for a Series|