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On which network did Married… with Children premiere?
For how many seasons did the series run?
What product did Al sell at work?
In what city did the series take place?
What was the name of Al's men's rights group?
What was the name of the Bundy's first family dog?
How many Emmys did Married… with Children win?
Which of the following episodes was NOT a backdoor pilot for a proposed spin-off series?
Married… with Children premiered in April 1987 and was the first live-action sitcom in Fox's primetime lineup.
With 11 seasons and 259 episodes, it is Fox's longest-lived live-action series. (Though left in the dust by its animated competition, The Simpsons.)
Al's dead end job at Gary's Shoes and Accessories was the butt of many jokes , and the store was one of the show's standing sets.
The Bundys lived in Chicago. Chicago's Buckingham Fountain was featured in the show's opening credits.
No Ma'am stood for "National Organization of Men Against Amazonian Masterhood." (It was an excuse to drink and complain.)
Buck passed away later in the series. He was replaced by Lucky, who was just Buck reincarnated, forever punished to be the Bundy's family dog.
None. Zero. Not a one. It was the longest-runnings series to never win an Emmy until Baywatch was cancelled and took the crown.
The success of Married… with Children never carried over to another show. Top of the Heap, and its own spin-off, Vinnie and Bobby, lasted 7 episodes each.
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