Married...With Children 11 Seasons 1995

Season 9
(48) IMDb 8.3/10

26. The Undergraduate TV-PG CC

Kelly discovers she has a wealthy, but young, secret admirer.

Starring:
Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal
Runtime:
23 minutes
Original air date:
May 21, 1995

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Season 9

Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Amanda Bearse
Starring Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal
Supporting actors Amanda Bearse, Christina Applegate, David Faustino, Ted McGinley, Noah Segan, Billy Gallo, Harry S. Murphy, Damien Leake, Christopher Miranda, Brad Blumenthal, Lynsey Bartilson, Jessica Smith, Krystin Moore, Bert L. Cook, Matt Zusser, Buck
Season year 1995
Network Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Producers John Maxwell Anderson, David Castro, Katherine Green, Michael Greenspon, Richard Gurman, Larry Jacobson, Stacie Lipp, Michael G. Moye, Kim Weiskopf
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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46 of 51 people found the following review helpful By JGC on June 23, 2008
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"Married ... with Children" is the longest running family sitcom in the entire history of episodic television. When the series premiered some 21 years ago on some obscure TV station called Fox no one thought that it would ever morph into this huge worldwide hit.

The Star of the series is Al Bundy (Ed O'Neill.) Al is the perpetual, typical husband who just can't catch a break no matter how hard he tries. Peggy Bundy (Katey Sagal) is Al's love-starved wife. Peggy is just as horny as she is lazy. The woman has a serious aversion to work and enjoys passing her time smoking on the couch, watching Oprah and eating bonbons. Bud Bundy (David Faustino) is Al and Peg's son. Bud is totally the most intelligent person in this family, however he often gets sidetracked if there's a hot chick involved. Kelly (Christina Applegate) is the daughter of the family and such a sweet girl. Kelly has lofty dreams of being a model but first she'll need to master the art of turning the doorknob. Al can often be seen defending his daughter's honor because he wouldn't ever allow anyone to take advantage of his little "Pumpkin." As a matter of fact, even though he'd never admit it, Al is just as protective over both Peggy and Bud, too. Rounding out this very interesting group of people is Marcy D'Arcy (you gotta love that name) (Amanda Bearse) and Jefferson D'Arcy (Ted McGinley) the Bundys' neighbors. Marcy and Al have a very serious hatred for each other. I think this is because both are threatened by each other; Al is a man who isn't afraid to say what he wants and vice versa. Jefferson is Marcy's pretty boy second hubby. He's basically the male version of Peggy.

The reason why I love this series so much is because it never pretended to be anything than what it was. It never preached to the audience.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By EPA316 on September 2, 2008
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I give up.. some people expect the writers to stick with seasons 1 through 3 endlessly and never change a thing. If anything changes, get ready for cries of "you jumped the shark!" Whatever. Better tell Bud and Kelly to stop getting older then, but if you do, then you lose the opportunity for countless great stories. Such as: Bud's new job at the DMV, Kelly auditioning for a TV show while battling a pimple, Bud staffing the virgin hotline, Kelly going after a commercial, and Bud volunteering for a virtual reality sex experiment.
Then there's Al.. the older he gets, the more cynical he gets, the funnier he gets. This season's highlights: being forced to sleep with Marcy, pleading with Bud to pass him on his driver's test, breaking into Wrigley Field with No Ma'am, banning breast feeding in the shoe store, suing the mall for on-the-job stress, and making a movie about shoes with Kelly. Oh, and they FINALLY included a few bloopers and extras, but only as part of the 200th episode celebration. You can hear a little "love and marriage" music in that episode. (I really miss hearing that song when the fountain goes up in the intro!)
So, if this is jumping the shark, well, all shows should do it. The only thing that stinks is that there are only two seasons left. So stop complaining that the show jumped the shark, because they're not going to go back and change it to suit you, and just enjoy it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Annette N. Landcraft on November 14, 2008
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Ok... so my opinion is very biased... as I am the biggest MWC fan. But... I loved the 9th season as I have loved the previous 8. I am looking forward to season 10. This season gives us a further peek into NO MA'AM: The National Organization of Men Against Amazonian Masterhood... Yes, I have installed that in my memory banks... Al is absolutely funny. Yes, as most say these later seasons are cartoonishly funny, but that is one of the reasons I like them.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Leonard J. Woods on October 9, 2008
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Well, it never ceases to amaze me!! It doesn't matter how many times I watch Al Bundy, Peggy & the rest of this "go nowhere" Family, I will never stop laughing!! Great for any age group & packed with endless "one liners" for your complete enjoyment, I recommend this as a "MUST BUY".
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By hisXcelency on June 25, 2010
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I had to get a season of married with children and I enjoy the newer seasons better than the older ones. This is the season when Al and whipped men begin NO'MAAM, bud and kelly are more mature and the rounchy jokes are much funnier. Highly recommend this and later seasons.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth A. Grove on February 11, 2010
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I got this gift for my father who is a big "Married With Children" fan when the series was still running television. He enjoys getting another season from me each year. Great show and sick, funny, twisted humor for a mature adult. Or immature lol.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Wj Mellor on July 15, 2008
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I still have my VHS tapes that I recorded most of the episodes on while watching with my thumb on the pause button to cut the ads. They are getting very full of pops and fizzes and I look forward to the season nine release so I can again get a nearly perfect cut of each episode and catch the one or two episodes I missed. Soon seasons ten and eleven will be out and the VHS can be relegated to recording shows when I have something else to do during airings.

Many of the episodes are so funny it is best to watch them with an empty bladder. Al and Peg give each other some really good zings as do Bud and Kelly. However they will all stand up to anyone outside the family who dares do anything against another Bundy.

If you liked the previous seasons you will like season nine. Al and Marcy still loathe each other and do not hide the fact, from the other nor anyone else.

As usual a number of stars and, back then, soon to be stars appear for an episode or two. It gives us an idea of what the stars did before they became famous.
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