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America's most outrageous family comes to DVD! Married With Children, featuring the delightfully dysfunctional Bundys--Al (Ed O'Neill), Peg (Katey Sagal), Kelly (Christina Applegate) and Bud (David Faustino)--changed the face of television comedy with its bawdy humor and campy characters. Volume 1 is a collection of the show's wildest episodes sure to offer hours of hilarious domestic bliss! (Includes the infamous "Lost Episode," deemed too raunchy for TV!)

Includes the following hysterical episodes: A Dump of My Own, You Better Shop Around Part 1, You Better Shop Around Part 2, No Chicken No Check, I'll See You In Court (The Lost Episode).

Special Features

  • Episode Selections

Product Details

  • Actors: Ed O'Neill, Christina Applegate, Katey Sagal, Amanda Bearse, David Faustino
  • Writers: Michael G. Moye, Ron Leavitt
  • Producers: David Castro, Michael Z. Gordon
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • 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: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Sony Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: February 4, 2003
  • Run Time: 114 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00007KK56
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,589 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Michael Crane on February 25, 2003
First I'd like to say that I certainly understand why all the low ratings for this DVD. The stars don't go towards the show itself, but more towards the fact that this isn't a complete season and a lot of people were hoping for that. I understand and I admit I'm disappointed as well. However, I love the show and have absolutely no problem getting these DVDs for the meantime until they finally (and I know they will at some point) release the entire seasons.
Despite the obvious complaints, I was still able to enjoy this collection of Married with Children episodes. This really brings back the old memories, being that I used to watch this all the time when I was little. Now it's even more funnier being that I'm older and am now able to understand all of the jokes. And hey, who couldn't love Al Bundy?? The man rocks!
The DVD includes 5 episodes, 1 of them being a lost one that was deemed "too raunchy" for TV. The episodes are as follows: A Dump of My Own, You Better Shop Around Parts 1 and 2, No Chicken No Check, and I'll see you in Court. All of them are funny as hell, but my favorites have to be the two shopping episodes where the Bundy Family actually LIVE in the supermarket since it is a MUCH cheaper way of staying cool. (In fact, I would've paid the price just for those 2 episodes alone!) But they're all great, as far as I'm concerned. And they're not in any order, so some of the shows are older while others aren't as old.
The DVD really doesn't have much to offer, other than the picture looking very good for being television shows. There's a few bonus trailers, but even those aren't that spectacular. And, I wished that they would've included a few more episodes. 5 just isn't enough.
All in all, the "Married with Children Vol.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By James H. Morgan on December 27, 2002
This set would've gotten 5 stars had it had It's A Bundyful Life featuring the late Sam Kinison & Ted McGinley playing (Norman Jablonsky, peg's husband). I hope it sells good so we might get season sets like they did with Friends.
5 Episodes including:
Episode #40. A Dump of My Own - Al plans on building his dream- an executive's type of bathroom in the garage.
Episode #45. I'll See You in Court - The Bundys and Rhoades are taped having sex at a hotel. Peggy and Steve decide to sue, but only the Rhoades get money. **This episode never aired in the U.S. because FOX considered it too controversial, although it aired out of the U.S. several times. The cable channel FX has aired this episode on June 18, 2002 after years of being unaired in American syndication due to its controversial content (i.e., the hotel videotaping couples in their private moments). This UNAIRED episode was finally aired on the FX cable channel on June 18, 2002 at 8:30 central.**
Episodes #101 & 102. You Better Shop Around - The Bundys move into a grocery store when Al doesn't want to pay for an air condtitioner. They cut in front of Marcy at the checkout stand and win the $1,000 shopping spree prize for beign the millionth customers. The Bundys and D'Arcys face off to see who can spend the $1,000 shopping spree first. Meanwhile, Bud and Kelly bother the beaver store mascot (Jerry Mathers as Himself).
Episode #163. No Chicken, No Check - Kelly and Bud save their money to buy a car they can share. Also Bundy trival buffs know Bud's middle name "Franklin" is revealed in this episode.
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55 of 65 people found the following review helpful By B-MAN on January 6, 2003
Wow, I thought it was stupid when they released 4 episode DVDs of "Get A Life" instead of the complete first season, then I scratched my head when "The Best of Baretta" was released (but thankfully along with Season 1), but this is hilariously dumb! Married with Children ran for 11 seasons, 10 years, and consists of about 262 episodes! It also was one of the most popular, influential, and long running sitcoms in TV history! Fans would jump at the release of a complete season 1 DVD box set, so much that they probably couldn't keep enough of them on the shelf! So will someone please tell me why our time is being wasted with another dreaded compilation "best of" DVD with 5 measley episodes? Who actually buys these things? Anyone with enough interest to buy this will without a doubt drool over a Season One set! Season sets are the only way to go with television shows. Several great shows have already began being released in season sets such as Baretta, Sanford & Son, All in the Family, The Jeffersons, Fawlty Towers, Mad About You, The Simpsons, The Young Ones, and coming soon - Good Times! So what happened? These shows have 12-14 episodes in their first seasons and so does Married with Children (13), making it ideal for a 2 disc set! What really blows me away is what immediately comes out in season or complete sets: shows like Angel, Once & Again, Malcom in the Middle, Buffy, etc. and I'm sorry, but come on...Sports Night? Did anyone watch Sports Night? Why would these lesser and lamer shows get first class complete treatment and a show like Married with Children gets a pointless compilation of 5 episodes, which by the way are picked from Seasons 3, 5, & 8? Sure they release Friends & Sex and the City in their entirety, but not MWC? Sorry, I can't complain enough.Read more ›
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