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Married... with Children: Season 2 (1987)

Ed O'Neill , Christina Applegate , Gerry Cohen , Linda Day  |  Unrated |  DVD
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  • Actors: Ed O'Neill, Christina Applegate, David Faustino, Katey Sagal, Amanda Bearse
  • Directors: Gerry Cohen, Linda Day
  • Writers: Ellen L. Fogle, Gene Levitt, J. Stanford Parker, Jerry Perzigian, John Vorhaus
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 16, 2004
  • Run Time: 509 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00000F5W8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,608 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Married... with Children: Season 2" on IMDb

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  • 22 episodes on three discs
  • 13 Easter eggs featuring interviews with the cast

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Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal. Although the first season made quite a splash, the second season showed an improvement in storytelling and an emphasis in setting up elaborate jokes rather than one-liner gags. Includes Poppy's by the Tree," Im-Po-Dent," Alley of the Dolls" and more. 22 episodes on 3 DVDs. 1987-88/color/10 hrs/NR/fullscreen.

Perhaps the definitive episode of Married... with Children is near the end of the second season, when Al and Peg Bundy (Ed O'Neill and Katey Segal), pretending to be their recently married neighbors, go on a game show that tests how willing each newlywed is to torture their spouse. This episode has everything: The cascade of blithe insults, the cheerful shredding of all dignity, the outright celebration of humanity's worst instincts-- everything that has led self-satisfied arbiters of "culture" to proclaim Married... with Children the most sordid, distasteful sitcom in the history of mankind. In short, it's sheer genius.

As the petty, miserable, conniving, yet perversely vital Bundy family, O'Neill, Segal, Christina Applegate, and David Faustino give performances that walk a fine line between outrageous satire and painful truth. It's the anti-Cosby; family breeds contempt. Children scoff at their parents, parents resent their children, husbands and wives eye each other with suspicion and disdain. Episodes hinge on neutering their oversexed dog, fighting the phone company, and trying to humiliate a high school nemesis in a bowling tournament, but it's all an excuse for squalid delirium. This is not an ironic description of the show; Married... with Children is both ruthless and deeply funny. (Though created by men, Married... with Children was frequently produced, written, and directed by women, which is unusual in the sitcom world. This doesn't necessarily have anything to do with its sense of humor, but its eagerness to skewer and roast sacred cows is shared by such women-driven shows as Roseanne and Absolutely Fabulous.) The jokes are like blunt instruments, yet delivered with a unique panache that got honed to razor sharpness in the second season. If you've never experienced the Bundy clan, this is an excellent place to start. --Bret Fetzer

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87 of 89 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hitting its stride January 15, 2004
While the first season of Married with Children was excellent, the second season is when the show really got going! There is not a single bad episode in the lot. There is a major leap in terms of the comedy, plotlines, and the character development, as the show is quickly finding its identity. It is a must own for any MWC fan.
The episodes included are:
1. Poppy's by the Tree (Part 1) - The Bundy's take a vacation in beautiful Dumpwater, Florida (It is as run down as it sounds). At their hotel, they learn of the Axe Murderer that kills the tourists of the hotel they are staying at.
2. Poppy's by the Tree (Part 2) - Al must save Peg when she is kidnapped by the Axe Murderer
3. If I Were a Rich Man - Al goes to the bank with Steve. The day after, one million dollars is missing from the bank. Steve and the Family thinks Al is responsible for stealing the money.
4. Buck Can Do it - The Bundy's get threated with a lawsuit after Buck the dog, umm, gets friendly with another dog. This leads to the family contemplating getting Buck neutered
5. Girls Just Want to Have Fun (Part 1) - Marcy gets into a fight with Steve. To cheer her up, Peg takes her to a male strip club. There, Marcy loses her wedding ring when she stuffs a dollar into the stripper's pants
6. Girls Just Want to Have Fun (Part 2) - The stripper returns the wedding ring to Al, and gives it to Steve. He has to figure out how to approach Marcy about this
7. For Whom the Bell Tolls - A high phone bill causes Al to shut off the phone service in his house, which angers the family and their friends
8. Born to Walk - Kelly gets her license while Al fails his renewal test
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Man's Pants Is His Castle February 2, 2004
By Barry
In 1987, a little show called Married With Children on a little network called FOX, made it's debut and in the process made it's mark on the sitcom genre. The first season was a mid season replacement consisting of only 12 episodes. While the ratings were poor, and the network wasn't quite a network yet, the show struck a nerve and stuck around. Now, we get season 2. The first full season and where the show really started to come into it's own. The tone had been set and the actors had settled into their roles. Season 2 is a vast improvement over season 1, since that season was pretty short and still trying to find it's feet. While I said in my season one review all that really needed to be said about the show, it's characters, and why it was so successful and liked, I'll just stick to the episodes at hand in this season box set. It begins with a two part episode called "Poppy's By The Tree". To me, this is classic Bundy. I have always loved these two episodes and it was around this time that I started watching, so they have great sentimental value to me. "If I Were A Rich Man", finds Steve realizing that a million dollars is missing from the bank and he thinks Al took it. Not a great ep. "Buck Can Do It" is a classic episode that has the family wanting Buck The Dog neutered, but Al can't bring himself to it. A riot!. Another two parter, "Girls Just Want To Have Fun", finds Marcy losing her ring down a stripper's pants while out with Peg. Great two parter. "Alley Of The Dolls" is another classic ep that finds The Bundy's in a bowling match with Peg's old high school rival. "You Better Watch Out" is one of the biggest Bundy classics, when a department store Santa crash lands in the Bundy backyard. "Just Married...With Children" is a keeper. Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Gonna Need more then 5 stars for this!! August 6, 2005
Its only the second season of this great show and its bursting with greatness. My personal favorite is "You better watch out" or just call it A Bundy Chrsitmas. Never has there been twisted comedy in a Christmas special, Even included a warning at the beggining of the episode. "I'll get you a pony for Christmas and put it under the tree, but if its not there in the morning thats because your mommy chased it away and killed it.." could not stop laughing after that one. Another great episode it Build a better Mousetrap, a pesky mouse is running a rampid in the Bundy house after it *doodies in Als bowling shoes he has no choice but to take matters into his own hands. Great Great stuff in this great season, get this and thank me later!
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5.0 out of 5 stars they're here at last March 27, 2004
Season 2 of what I believe was tv's greatest show has arrived. I discovered it in '91, and got to see these shows in re-runs. Now, I am a blind person, but still use the word "See." Get over it. Well, as such, it doesn't bother me that the picture quality isn't good. My wife, who can see, hates the Bundys, so this buy will be for me alone--like Al's vast collection of dirty magazines. I called "arrried with Children," by quite a different title--"Psychotherapy for the Mind that can't afford it." The re-runs were on at 5 P.M., exactly the time I stopped working every day. After a brutal day at the job, facing another lonely night, the Bundys were my relief. At that time I identified with Bud--smart, and cosmically defeated when it came to finding a girl. Now that I have a wife, and have for 6 years, I identify with Al. a middle-aged, plodding working man, trying to keep his wife from spending 100 times more than he can earn in a lifetime. I laughed like crazy then--and will again when I buy these shows.
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