December 12, 1986 12:00 am
The original pilot was taped on December 12, 1986. The producers were not happy with the original child actors Tina Caspary (as Kelly) and Hunter Carson (as Bud). They recast the roles and all the scenes with the Bundy kids had to be reshot.
September 5, 1992 12:00 am
This half-hour special aired on MTV. It documented the making of the episode ""THE GOOD-BYE GIRL"" (622), which was taped on 03/13/92 Copyrighted by Dean Adams
February 5, 1995 12:00 am
In the 200th episode, clips of past episodes are shown. This episode is hosted by George Plimpton and you get to see the Married With Children set as just a Hollywood set and not the Bundy household.
April 30, 1995 12:00 am
The cast discuss their favorite episodes which we see through clips.
November 26, 1995 12:00 am
Roy Firestone hosts a clip show where we see clips of sports moments from the show.
June 7, 1993 12:00 am
We follow Ted McGinley and Amanda Bearse around during one day and see them train, eat, and more. We see Amanda Bearse direct episodes, we see Ted McGinley visit a centre for kids with cancer... and stuff other stuff. We see them working with episode 720 - ""Unalful Entry""
February 16, 2003 12:00 am
Married...With Children had been off the air for six years but now, original cast members Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal, David Garrison, Amanda Bearse, Christina Applegate, David Faustino and Ted McGinley reunite in the set of the Bundy's home and share memories from working on the show.
July 17, 2010 12:00 am
A look at the over-the-top and controversial sitcom about a dysfunctional Chicago family that lasted 11 seasons on TV. The crude antics of the family's disgruntled father Al Bundy (Ed O'Neill), his tacky wife Peg (Katey Sagal), his ditzy daughter Kelly (Christina Applegate), and girl-chasing son Bud (David Faustino) delighted some viewers and offended others. The show was a huge departure from the picture-perfect families viewers often saw on television, but even as it ruffled feathers, the show represented a more realistic picture of the everyday problems that Americans were dealing with in the late 80s and 90s.
This version of E! True Hollywood Story reflects on the rebald sitcom "Married...With Children". Interviewed are the creators Ron Leavitt and Michael G. Moye who talk about how they worried about pushing the envelope and how the network Fox had just been created in 1986 and how two different people originally received the roles for Kelly and Bud but they didn't work out so they got Christina Applegate and David Faustino. Also discussed is the episode where Steve and Al hunt for a bra for Peg and a whiny female viewer of the episode was offended. Also discussed was the episode "I'll See You in Court" that was not allowed to air because of it's explicit content. The cast is also interviewed, and recall how they were oblivious to the fact that Married...With Children was cancelled in 1997 and they discuss a final episode they would've liked to do.
April 22, 2012 12:00 am
Fox's 25th Anniversary Special