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Married... with Children: Season 6

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The Bundys, the family that made dysfunction a household word, are back for 26 more sidesplitting episodes. Al (Ed O'Neill) and Peggy (Katey Sagal) celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary (with a little help from heavy metal gods Anthrax), Kelly (Christina Applegate) gets her own TV talk show, Bud (David Faustino) celebrates turning 18 at a nudie bar, and the entire clan visits merry old England, where the good citizens of Lower Uncton intend to kill them (to lift an ancient curse, of course). Includes all 26 riotous episodes, featuring guest stars Matt LeBlanc, Jon Lovitz, Denise Richards, Kari Wuhrer, Joey Lauren Adams and Traci Lords.

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Even the many detractors of long-running sitcom Married with Children have to admit that sustaining such a superlative level of crass, cynical bile for so long is a artistic feat. The Bundy family--defeated father Al (Ed O'Neill, The Bone Collector), frustrated mother Peg (Katey Sagal, 8 Simple Rules), even more frustrated son Bud (David Faustino, Pucked), and slutty, dimwitted daughter Kelly (Christina Applegate, Anchorman)--savaged every earnest cliche imaginable about family affection as they clawed and fought for any scrap of food, money, respect, or dignity in their squalid lives. The cast completely understood the show's humor and bit into every vicious jab with zest.

The sixth season of this satirical show was controversial among fans. While some episodes are hugely popular (including a two-parter in which Kelly's public-access tv show becomes a hit, when Bud becomes faux-rapper Grandmaster B, or when Peg and Al's anniversary includes a visit from the speed metal band Anthrax), the storyline about Peg becoming pregnant (which ended abruptly when Sagal had a miscarriage in real life) and the season-ending three-parter about the Bundys going to England were criticized as desperate and pandering. But watching Married with Children on dvd makes those accusations seem beside the point. Even in its most cartoonish episodes, the show tossed off brutally bitter jokes that upturned our culture's sacred cows, spat in the face of both the priggish and the politically correct, and will make devoted viewers cackle with glee. As American culture grows more and more timid, Married with Children glows more brightly. Guest stars include former porn star Traci Lords, Jon Lovitz (The Critic), Fred Willard (Best In Show), and a pre-Friends Matt LeBlanc. --Bret Fetzer


Special Features

  • 26 episodes included: She's Having My Baby, She's Having My Baby (2), If Al Had a Hammer, Cheese, Cues and Blood, Looking for a Desk in All the Wrong Places, Buck Has a Belly Ache, If I Could See Me Now, God's Shoes, Kelly Does Hollywood (1), Kelly Does Hollywood (2), Al Bundy, Shoe Dick, So This is How Sinatra Felt, I Who Have Nothing, The Mystery of Skull Island, Just Shoe It, Rites of Passage, The Egg and I, My Dinner with Anthrax , Psychic Avengers, High I.Q., Teacher Pets, The Goodbye Girl, The Gas Station Show , England Show (1), England Show (2), England Show (3)

Product Details

  • Actors: Ted McGinley, Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal, Christina Applegate, David Faustino
  • Producers: Barbara Blachut Cramer
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, 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: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: December 19, 2006
  • Run Time: 600 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000JBWWQK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,838 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Married... with Children: Season 6" on IMDb

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You might be asking "Does it still have the substituted theme song?", and unfortunately it still does but, that shouldn't stop you from purchasing this amazing dvd set. The episodes are the uncut, non-syndicated versions so that is something to be happy about. This is a great season and includes one of Married...With Children's best three-part episodes, "The England Show." Just those three episodes are worth the price alone.

This season features hilarious cameos from other celebrities and past cast members such as David Garrison (Steve Rhoades) in "The Egg And I."

This is also the season where Peg and Marcy were supposed to have babies at the same time but, since Katey Sagal (Peg), who was actually pregnant in real life suffered a miscarriage. The show later decided that they wouldn't want to use a stand-in baby (as she wanted to use her real baby in the show) and, that is why the season had to use the "it's all a dream" idea (borrowed from the show Dallas). The show was already good in the past five seasons but, this is the season where the show really got going. This set will keep you laughing for hours and you will want to watch these episodes ever and ever again. It's good that fans of the show are able to quit watching those old VHS recordings and finally view the episodes in the clarity which they were originally shown. Lastly, if you have seasons 1-5 already, don't hesistate to order this right away. If you've managed to make it through my entire review, I thank you very much and hope that you enjoy Married...With Children as much as I do!!!
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Every time I see Mr. O'Neill portray Al Bundy I ALWAYS crack up! He did such an excellent job as Al Bundy, he shoulda won an Emmy! But I can understand why he didn't...the Awards Academy is made up of snobs who considered "Married-With Children" to be too lowbrow and "beneath" them. Well, a pox on those tools! This was and still is a hilarious program!

Katey Sagal should be commended for this sixth season; she suffered a miscarriage (her pregnancy caused the first few shows to center around a new Bundy baby; the plotline was eliminated and explained away as part of Al's dream) yet when she returned to the show, she was the Peg Bundy character with no signs of depression or sadness. What a trouper! She deserves high praise for getting back in character as professionally as she did.

Bud's "Grandmaster B" persona is also a darn funny addition to the show; if this bit was tried on some other TV show it wouldn't work - but here it does and it's very funny!

Now, on to Ted McGinley. I think he's been treated unfairly in reviews; I find his character of Jefferson to be a fresh addition to the show! He's a criminal, a huckster, a cad and he secretly despises his wife, Marcy; his facial expressions behind her back crack me up; he's a good rabble-rousing partner for Al! David Garrison's role as Marcy's first husband Steve was good too, but McGinley fills Garrison's shoes well as a whole different, funny character.

I never get tired of watching this show, no matter what season. I hope they release the remaining seasons in a more frequent schedule!
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Married With Children is an awesome, funny show that consistently aims at grabbing the audience with every little biting remark or gesture. Its crudeness is what puts it above many of the shows today and will always be unique in that the humor is in a class all by itself. My husband can watch this show every night and is obsessed with the hilarity of it all. I just wish they would release the rest of the seasons as soon as possible so that my husband can enjoy the rest of the series. The 6th Season is another Classic Year and should be added to anyone's collection who likes crude humor with a wacky family and neighbors to boot! Awesome, classic show of the '90's!!
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This is probably the only season (along with the final season) that'll receive mixed reactions to both fans and critics. While the Anthrax & England episodes were good, Peggy's pregnancy was just unrealistic.

But flaws aside, this is still one of the funniest sitcoms ever to be put on air. Sure the humor is almost always crude, but that's what makes it so good. The Bundys are absolutely hilarious. Al's shattered dreams and Peggy's stupendous carelessness are the highlights for almost every episode. Kelly's low intelligence and Bud's failing love life completes the dysfunctional family. And let's not forget their neighbors: the chicken-legged Marcy, and the charming but unemployed Jefferson, and (from the earlier seasons) the one-and-only Steve.

The Bundys will be remembered for all eternity! At least I hope they will be...
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I love Married with Children and this season is great. It's starts off with Peg being pregnant and ends with the family going to London. It's sad if you know the full story behind Katey Sagal's pregnancy, and it sucks that she's missing from a few of the episodes because of it. The show was as hilarious as ever in this season despite the tragedy, and I can't wait for the rest of the seasons to come out on DVD.
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This 1991-92 Season of Married With Children is a great DVD and I recommend it to any Bundys fan or viewer, but they still should have used the "Love & Marriage" song by Frank Sinatra like they originally used when "Married With Children" was on FOX.

The Bundys 6th Season is also the season when Jefferson D'Arcy(Ted McGinley) becomes a full-time co-star on Married With Children and the season when Marcy's ex-husband Steve Rhoades(Dave Garrison) tries to reunite with Marcy(Amanda Bearse) while being on the run from the FBI, plus this is the first and only season with a 3-parted episode, such as the 6th Season Finale episode when the Bundys win a vacation to London and get lost in England while they're at it.

In addition, ANTHRAX does a cameo appearance at the Bundy's house in this season as well when Kelley(Christina Applegate)and Bud(Dave Faustino) win a prize and sports celebrities Sugar Ray Leonard and Big Joe do a cameo appearance in the episode when Al(Edward O'Neill)gets hired to be the fall guy for a Zeus shoe commercial for Super Bowl Sunday, except Al doesn't even end up being shown on the commercials and gets too hurt in the process.

Kelley gets her own show in this season, but ends up getting fired when the show flops and cancels.

This season also takes me all the way back to memory lane to the recession we had back in 1992-1993 when George Bush, Sr. was the president along with the fact that I was 19 years old and living in my hometown(El Centro, CA)at the time when the Bundy's 6th Season was running on FOX.

In the meantime, I can hardly wait till the Bundy's 11th Season gets released on DVD this Fall since I just got word that Married With Children's 1996-97 Season is now scheduled to be released October 13th, 2009.
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