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Married With Children Season 4
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Includes The Original Theme Song Love and Marriage by Frank Sinatra!
Loud-mouthed. Obnoxious. More vulgar than ever. We wouldn't have them any other way. Make room on the couch for Married With Children: The Complete Fourth Season, another hilarious helping of demented domestic dysfunction as only the comically crude Bundys can deliver. Loaded with 23 envelope-pushing episodes, this season features uproarious classics like Hot Off the Grill, Dead Men Don't Do Aerobics, and the special two-parter It's a Bundyful Life, as Al, Peg, Kelly and Bud manage to turn domestic bliss into a battlefield, while nosy neighbor Steve finally leaves Marcy and the 'burbs for good!
Cast: Starring Ed O'Neill (Modern Family) and Katey Sagal (Sons of Anarchy) and Christina Applegate (Anchorman)
Joe Flaherty (TV's SCTV)
Traci Lords (Zack and Miri Make a Porno)
Milla Jovovich (Resident Evil)
Brandi Brandt (Playboy Playmate)
Thomas Ian Nicholas (American Pie)
Sam Kinison (Back To School)
Eva LaRue (TV's CSI: Miami)
Adolfo Quinones (Tango & Cash)
Tiffani Thiessen (TV's Saved By The Bell)
Roy Firestone (ESPN)
<span style=text-decoration: underline;>CONTENTS:</span>
Hot Off The Grill
Dead Men Don't Do Aerobics
Buck Saves The Day
Tooth Or Consequences
He Ain't Much, But He's Mine
Desperately Seeking Miss October
Oh, What A Feeling
At The Zoo
It's A Bundyful Life: Part 1
It's A Bundyful Life: Part 2
Who'll Stop The Rain
A Taxing Problem
Rock And Roll Girl
You Gotta Know When To Hold 'Em: Part 1
You Gotta Know When To Fold 'Em: Part 2
What Goes Around Comes Around
Peggy Turns 300
Peggy Made A Little Lamb
The Agony Of De Feet
- MPAA rating : s_medNotRated NR (Not Rated)
- Product Dimensions : 7.5 x 5.25 x 0.5 inches; 3.2 Ounces
- Item model number : unknown
- Director : Various
- Media Format : Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
- Run time : 8 hours and 53 minutes
- Release date : April 15, 2014
- Actors : Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal, Christina Applegate, David Faustino, Amanda Bearse
- Studio : Mill Creek Ent
- ASIN : B00I099JJ6
- Number of discs : 2
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The season is on two discs without any special features for this season. The first episode begins with a memorable Labor Day barbecue. I truly enjoyed watching the fourth season on DVD. Memorable guest stars included Sam Kinison, Ted McGinley, Roy Firestone, Marge Redmond and more. If you enjoyed the first three seasons of the series, you will definitely enjoy the fourth season even with the absence of Steve Rhoades in the latter half of the season.
I liked seeing Tiffany-Amber Thiessen on MARRIED WITH CHILDREN before her SAVED BY THE BELL days and BEVERLY HILLS 90210 days, since they showed Tiffany Amber Thiessen as a guest star before she was even famous along with the fact that nobody knew that Tiffany-Amber Thiessen was going to become a co-star on SAVED BY THE BELL and BEVERLY HILLS 90210 when she guest starred on MARRIED WITH CHILDREN as Bud's prom date(Heather McCoy).
Therefore, seeing Tiffany-Amber Thiessen on MARRIED WITH CHILDREN was almost like seeing some casts colliding between SAVED BY THE BELL and MARRIED WITH CHILDREN, since seeing Kelly next to Heather McCoy on the Bundys was almost like watching the casts colide between Kelly Bundy(Christina Applegate) and Kelly Kopowski(Tiffani-Amber Thiessen) along with the fact that Christina Applegate was the hottest and best looking co-star on MARRIED WITH CHILDREN and Tiffani-Amber Thiessen was the hottest and best looking co-star on SAVED BY THE BELL.
I also liked the episode when Al(Edward O'Neill) fantasizes about himself being a James Bond type character hero in the episode when Al, Kelly, and Bud go to Las Vegas to track down Peggy(Kate Sagal) and Marcy(Amanda Bearse) after they get stranded there after going broke from nutso gambling while Marcy tries to get over her divorce from Steve, which reminds me of my teenage days of living in the Imperial Valley since I was a Junior in high school in my hometown(El Centro, CA)at the time when this season was running on Fox.
By the way I just got word that the Bundy's 11th Season is now in the works and is scheduled to be released this Fall on October 13th, 2009 and I can hardly wait either since the 1996-97 Season was the last and final season of the Bundy's on top of that.
SHAME ON SONY!
I am outraged that this set claims to be the complete fourth season when it is edited. Edited and complete are f**king antonyms!!!! This is flagrant false advertising!
Sure, it's good that the set didn't get the royal flush job that ROSEANNE did, a set that contains nothing but syndication butchered episodes, but nonetheless this is a let down. The other MWC sets, though seriously lacking in special features, at least contained the complete seasons (minus the opening theme on set three). Even the insipid little "Most Outrageous Episodes" discs contained uncut episodes, some of which re-appear on the season four set in cut form. What the heck is that?!?!?!
It's been explained that since Sony can no longer afford/are to cheap to afford to the rights to the "Love and Marriage" song, they've had to dig deep to search for various audio tracks, including dialouge tracks from the originals that were lost. They did, however, have the cut reruns tracks, so they used them. Rather than piece together a mix with new music, they just left the scenes out. They didn't even include them as rough deleted scenes in a bonus section. Well this is a stretch for me. How come the episode "Raingirl" is in uncut form on the "Most Outrageous" disc two but is cut on the season set? And "Love and Marriage" isn't playing in the course of the episode either, so that isn't the problem. Also, FOX aired the uncut versions of "It's a Bundyful Life part I and II" around Christmas of 2003. So apparently the tracks were not "lost" a year and a half ago. Sounds to me like Sony is making bad excuses for a job poorly done.
Bottomline is: this is bull!
While the set is still worth getting because this is likely the best season the show ever had, I am sickened by this current trend of murdering classic shows like this and cheapening the whole idea of what DVD entertainment is about. If things don't change DVD will go back to the boring format of featureless, frilless blah which was VHS.
To add injury to insult, the discs are also of poor quality, much poorer than the other sets, and even have digital skips, little lines that appear and sudden, though slight, blotches. These are very light smudges in the image, but they are there, and this is shameful.
Sony needs to redem themselves with the release of season five, otherwise I'm done buying these sets, and anything else from sony entertianment, as any self-respecting consumer would be.
Top reviews from other countries
It is also hugely risque bordering on the blue. Some of the lines delivered by Al and Peggy would make the writers of 'Shameless' think twice. Quite how this programme was ever shown before the watershed is bewildering. In the UK, Peggy's maiden name was blurred on TV, on this DVD it is pronounced loudly and often (UK viewers beware!).
This series has all participants approaching their peak and cast-wise culminates in Marcy's husbands departure to get a job as a warden in Jellystone National Park. The DVD plays on UK machines and I sensed no editing or abridgement of any kind. The only disappointment is that due to copyright the theme tune is replaced by a slightly irritating cheapo soundtrack. Use the fast-forward button to get you to the Bundy's even faster. Priceless. Brilliant. Superb.
Married with children is loved for having a more realistic view of family life than some. Al Bundy was seemingly destined for great things after scoring four touchdowns in a single game of football. But life didn't work out and he works for minimum wage selling ladies shoes to support his family, lazy grasping wife peg, bimbo daughter kelly and would be ladies man bud.
Full of sharp writing, strong character based comedy, and painfully real situations, it's a classic of it's kind.
Each episode runs approx twenty five minutes.
The theme tune - the song love and marriage - couldnt be put on the dvds due to rights issues so be aware that they have different opening music to what you may be used to from tv showings.
As with previous seasons this is the region one dvd converted straight over to region two thus the trailers for new movies and shows on it are a bit out of date.
The show does also see a cast change late on in the season when actor David Garrison, who plays next door neighbour Steve, decided to move on. He gets written out without being seen and with a quick word of explanation at the beginning of one episode. Actor Ted McGinley who would later replace him as Jefferson in later years of the show appears in this season in part two of the story it's a bundyful life, but he's playing a totally different character to the one he'd play later.
Dvd language tracks: English hungarian french german.
Subtitles: English Dutch French German Hungarian.
A very welcome release for some classic comedy. Here's hoping the remaining seasons will come to region two soon.