This Fox comedy broke the mold of unbelievably selfless family characters which had become the norm in American sitcoms of the 1980's. Al Bundy, shoe salesman, fears the frequent amorous advances of his ditsy wife Peggy, who henpecks him and frivolously spends all of his money, reliving his 4 touchdowns in a single game at high school. Supporting characters include their two shallow, self-serving teenage children Kelly and Bud, as well as nosy neighbor Marcy and her husband.
After finding a box of old shoes, Al and Jefferson turn the shoe store into a 70's themed retro shoe store.
Al must renew his drivers license... and Bud is his driving instructor.
Kelly's zit ruins her beer commercial.
Bud needs some quite time to study for an exam, but ends up spending the night with Marcy's niece Amber.
NO MA'AM counter-protests against Marcy and company when Al banishes a customer for nursing her baby. Meanwhile, train accidents delay Peggy's trip home.
Al turns the store into a man's shoe store in an attempt to get rid of the women.
Bud gets assigned to the Virgin hotline, but has problems doing his duties. Al and Peggy have problems deciding what movie to rent at the video store.
Al has to lie in bed next to Marcy while Jefferson switches Marcy's valuable Barbie doll, that Jefferson just bought her, for a regular one.
Kelly reveals a bit too much about her family when she auditions for a part in a sitcom, and the producers base the new sitcom on the Bundy household.
Al's high school plays a football game against their rival school.
When the national baseball league go on a strike, NO MA'AM organizes their own league sponsored by nudie bars.
Al's organization, NO MA'AM, leads a strike when Al's favorite show, Psycho Dad, is cancelled.
Thanks to Jefferson, Al gets to talk to the U.S. Senate about Psycho Dad's cancellation.
Peggy and her friends join the men at a visit to the nudie bar to find out why the men spend so much time there. Meanwhile, Kelly gets a part in a weight loss commercial.
Kelly must learn how to fire a bow in order to get a part in a commercial.
On their way to Wanker County, the Bundys stop at the car wash, where their Dodge disappears.
Al's in trouble when Buck buries his anniversary gift for Peggy in the backyard.
The Bundys and D'Arcys go on a Caribbean cruise.
The Bundys' and D'Arcy's Caribbean cruise is ruined when the ship sinks.
Al is all excited when Kelly's acting instructor Larry Storch is coming to the house.
Peggy wins $10,000 playing Bingo. Meanwhile, NO MA'AM chooses their official beer.
While Al and his friends tries to find out what a light switch in the Bundy house do, Bud experiences cyber sex... with Amber.
Al and Kelly make a short film about shoes, and they end up getting $10,000 dollars to produce another one.
In an attempt for a spinoff, we follow the lives of DJs Oliver Cole and Mark Campbell at a local radio station at Bud's college. Oliver and Mark risk being expelled for revealing the truth about dean Steve Rhoades' past.
Al can't wear shoes because of his phony lawsuit against the mall.