History YMMV / MarriedWithChildren

23rd Jun '16 1:01:09 PM captainpat
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* RewatchBonus: In the episode "The Egg and I", [[note]] The first of four episodes in the series where Marcy's first husband, Steve Rhoades, played by David Garrison, comes back for a cameo[[/note]] Steve casually insults Jefferson by calling him "little nose" to which Jefferson then covers his nose with his hand and bows his head in embarrassment. This may even suggest as to why Marcy still refers to [[CleopatraNose her first husband]] as [[BiggerIsBetterInBed the best she ever had]] and wants to be buried next to ''him'' instead of her current husband when she dies.[[note]] So the urban legend goes, a man with a larger nose (such as Steve possesses) is said to have his [[GagPenis other parts]] be in perfect proportion to it.[[/note]]

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* RewatchBonus: In the episode "The Egg and I", [[note]] The first of four episodes in the series where Marcy's first husband, Steve Rhoades, played by David Garrison, comes back for a cameo[[/note]] Steve casually insults Jefferson by calling him "little nose" to which Jefferson then covers his nose with his hand and bows his head in embarrassment. This may even suggest as to why Marcy still refers to [[CleopatraNose her first husband]] husband as [[BiggerIsBetterInBed the best she ever had]] and wants to be buried next to ''him'' instead of her current husband when she dies.[[note]] So the urban legend goes, a man with a larger nose (such as Steve possesses) is said to have his [[GagPenis other parts]] be in perfect proportion to it.[[/note]]
30th May '16 6:30:33 PM Shippudentimes
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** The show's obviously [[CannedLaughter canned studio audience.]] It's so infamous that, to this day, that even in shows (i.e. talk shows) that have a studio audience that's shown on screen, someone will complain how the studio audience in that show sounds fake.


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** The studio audience. Is there ''anything'' they won't burst into uncontrollable laughter, "aww", or hoot like like wild animals for?
11th May '16 3:01:24 PM rosewood47
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** Al's favorite TV show is [[WebVideo/McJuggerNuggets Psycho Dad]].
16th Apr '16 5:10:49 PM OtakuX
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** In "Her Cups Runneth Over", his only objection when he and Steve are mistaken for a gay couple is that he feels he could do better than Steve.
16th Apr '16 4:03:49 AM Erin582
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** In "Guys and Dolls", while Steve and Al are looking for Mary's lost Barbie doll, an instrumental version of [[Music/TheEagles Glenn Frey]]'s "You Belong to the City" is heard.

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** In "Guys and Dolls", while Steve and Al are looking for Mary's Marcy's lost Barbie doll, an instrumental version of [[Music/TheEagles Glenn Frey]]'s "You Belong to the City" is heard.
16th Apr '16 4:02:55 AM Erin582
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Anytime "Bad To the Bone", "Tuff Enuff" or [[Music/DonnaSummer "She Works Hard for the Money"]] is played.
** In "Guys and Dolls", while Steve and Al are looking for Mary's lost Barbie doll, an instrumental version of [[Music/TheEagles Glenn Frey]]'s "You Belong to the City" is heard.
31st Mar '16 4:34:41 AM Erin582
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** Being considered either this or HilariousInHindsight (depending on your sense of humor), the "I Want My Psycho Dad" episode had Bud mentioning a fictional show called ''Series/SavedByTheBell: The Prison Years''. About a decade later, Screech's actor, Dustin Diamond, was sent to jail for a few months for stabbing a man.
25th Mar '16 2:14:30 PM Movienut376
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** Any time Al comes out on top in a physical altercation might qualify as this knowing that Ed O'Neill has been studying Brazilian Jiu-jitsu for over 20 years.
24th Feb '16 12:49:24 PM creader
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* RecycledScript: Season 5 episode "Weenie Tots and Other Lovers" is the exact same plot as the episode "The Godfather", which aired ''less than two months prior in the same season.'' Kelly and Bud both experience a good opportunity/good fortune (Kelly is a spokesmodel for a nationwide product and begins dating an alderman and Bud has an opportunity to go into space and meet the president, respectively). The Bundys decide Kelly's good luck is more interesting/profitable than Bud's and in essence, they screw him out of both chances. Everything is going their way until Kelly's own stupidity [[spoiler: as well as Bud's [[LaserGuidedKarma sweeter-than-sweet and well-timed revenge]]]] ruins everything for her and Al and Peg.
9th Feb '16 5:23:24 PM TheFarmboy
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** One episode had Al try to invent shoes with lights that would allow you to see in the dark. Apparently someone saw this when they came up with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JLZxjkI5x0 Brightfeet slippers.]] (Only with LED lights rather than industrial lights connected to a car battery with cable jumpers.)
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