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Married With Children - The Complete Tenth Season
Married With Children - The Complete Tenth Season
Actors: Ed O'Neill, David Faustino
Genres: Comedy, Television
NR     2009     9hr 48min

Oops! There goes the neighborhood - AGAIN! It's more hilarity with the Bundy's. This season, Peg's mother moves in after leaving Peg's father. Al can't build a doghouse in peace. Sex distracts Bud from studying, and Al pre...  more »

     

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Actors: Ed O'Neill, David Faustino
Genres: Comedy, Television
Sub-Genres: Comedy, Comedy
Studio: Sony Pictures
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen
DVD Release Date: 03/17/2009
Release Year: 2009
Run Time: 9hr 48min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 3
SwapaDVD Credits: 3
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 2
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Ten Seasons Down/One More To Go
Taheen Lopez | United States- San Diego, CA | 01/07/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The Bundy's 1995-96 Season is awesome and was probably the 2nd best season of them all throughout it's whole 10-year run on FOX and I can hardly wait till it's released this Spring on St. Patrick's Day this year.

The Bundy's 10th Season is also the season when Bud(David Faustino) and his buddies get snookered by the doofus Kelley Bundy(Christina Applegate) and her ditzy girlfriends by stealing their trip to Florida where Kelley gets elected "Miss Spring Break", but justice ends up getting served at the end of that episode when Marcy(Mandy Bearse), Bud(David Faustino) and his pals end up getting back at Kelley, Al(Edward O'Neill), Jefferson(Ted McGinley), and Kelley's ditzy girlfriends in Ft. Lauderdale, which by the way was my favorite episode from the Tenth Season.

The Bundy's 1995-1996 Season also has an episode when Kelley also gets hired to do a "Mrs. Romantic Roast" coffee commercial with Jefferson convincing people and audiences that Kelley is Jefferson's husband instead of Marcy.

This season also has an episode when Bud and the former high school geek get their sweet revenge on Kelley and her airheaded girlfriends at Kelley's 5-year high school reunion too.

So now that the Bundy's 10th Season is underway to be released in March, I hope to see the Bundy's 11th Season released by the end of this year, which shall give us the whole collection of all 11 seasons to watch on DVD to take us all the way back to memory lane during the days when MARRIED WITH CHILDREN was on Fox every Sunday night along with the fact that the Bundys Eleventh Season is even better than this one.

As a matter of fact I just got word that Married With Children's 11th Season is now underway and is scheduled to be released this Fall in October and I can hardly wait till then either.

In this season, it was also interesting seeing
cameos being done by Shannon Tweed and wrestler(King Kong Bundy)
-Famous former football player(Terry Bradshaw) doing a cameo in the episode when Al Bundy almost gets his high school football field named after him
-Nicole Eggert guest starring in the "Enemies" episode after her co-starring days as Jamie Powell on CHARLES IN CHARGE and as Summer Quinn on BAYWATCH
-Mark Espinoza in the "Al Goes To The Dogs" episode after his co-starring days on BEVERLY HILLS 90210
-Alan Thicke in the "Enemies" episode after his co-starring days as Jason Seavers on GROWING PAINS
-Tim Conway in quite a few of this seasons episodes
-Richard Moll after his co-starring days as baliff(Bull Shannon)on NIGHT COURT"
The Indomintable and Incorrigible Bundys Ride Again
Michael J. Ludvik | Ocala, FL USA | 03/16/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you like the Bundy family's triumphant representation of the dysfunctional family you will love this latest installment. There are only a few clunker episodes in the set, as opposed to the hideous Season 7 wasteland.

I love Al Bundy. What more can I say? Everything he does or says makes me laugh; his facial expressions and body language reveal his character so perfectly he could almost get by without saying a word or doing anything. Ed O'Neill has that degree of talent. Sadly, his co-stars don't, but they simply have to be there or there'd be no show for Al Bundy to become a TV immortal in.

I've heard far too many boneheads dismiss this show as vulgar or stupid or low-brow. Well of course it is! That is its charm and triumph: it transcends vulgarity, stupidity and low-brow humor by making those qualities almost lovable as exemplified by the Bundy family.

Well, it makes you laugh or it doesn't."
Dealing with the In-Laws
R. J Rey | Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | 03/30/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"If you're looking for laugh-out-loud humor and outrageous family values then the outrageous Bundy Family is the right choice. "Married... with Children" is the long-running FOX comedy sitcom that changed our view of the typical family comedy. The comedy series follows the lives of luckless shoe salesman Al Bundy (Ed O'Neill), his dysfunctional family and his bothersome next-door neighbors. In the tenth season, the Bundy Family is shocked when Peg's (Katey Segal) overbearing mother comes to live with them. Al and his NO MA'AM crew form a church to gain tax-exempt status. Bud (David Faustino) borrows money from the mob to finance Kelly's (Christina Applegate) exercise video. Jefferson's (Ted McGinley) anniversary surprise to Marcy (Amanda Bearse) ends badly. The tenth season marks the passing of the family pet Buck but was later reincarnated into the new family dog Lucky. The tenth season features some very enjoyable episodes with guest appearances by Tim Conway, Alan Thicke, Terry Bradshaw, Shannon Tweed, Richard Moll, Dan Novello, Ben Stein and Pat Morita. The episode "Enemies" was a pilot for another failed spinoff attempt from FOX.

"Married... with Children: The Complete Tenth Season" won't win an award for best DVD presentation, but there are enough funny moments in this season to make it worthwhile. All 26 episodes of the tenth season are presented in their original full screen format. The picture quality isn't stunning but still better than your typical syndicated rerun. The 2.0 Dolby Digital audio is satisfactory. The interactive menus are simple. There are no special features included. Overall, "Married... with Children: The Complete Tenth Season" gets a "B-"."
The End Is Tantalizingly Close
Rick L. Parrish | 03/27/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"What's to say. Sinatra gone. Shows are still hilarious. Technically looks great. That all elusive 11th season is one step closer. How many years have we waited patiently for a complete set of this series???????? The hell we have gone through with this product has taught me all I ever wanted to know about the marketing gurus of the new America. I no longer buy individual seasons no matter how tempted I am. Because I know that: 1. The whole series may never be released in it's entirety. 2. If it is it will be repackaged with dubious extras and released in toto at a lower price. 3. Double dipping is no longer restricted to Baskin Robbins. The studios have very little respect for the consumer anymore and the feeling is now mutual. DVD sales have tapered off dramatically and steadily the last few years AND THEY WONDER WHY! Of course I'm aware of the packaging issues too. The scratched discs. The missing discs. The lack of customer service and I could go on forever. I just want to get the 11th season and be done with it!!!! Lesson learned. Move on."