Series Married With Children Discussion

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MoPete
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09:37:34 PM Jul 6th 2016
In the Episode "Blonde and Blonder," Al, Peg, Marcy, and Jefferson play a game called "Bottoms Up," which seems to be a Brand X of Twister. However, it turns out there actually was a board game called "Bottoms Up," though it wasn't a Twister knock-off. Is this noteworthy, and if so, what trope would it fit under?
Larkmarn
07:26:44 AM Jul 7th 2016
Trivia under Accidentally Accurate.
ztyran
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02:59:06 PM May 8th 2013
I question Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist as it's clear he deserves all the sympathy he can get. In one episode, it's shown that hell without his family, is better then life with them.
jkbeta
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01:00:00 PM Jul 23rd 2012
This is not exactly an example of On One Condition (see TRS thread at http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=1343065552015465900). Can anybody repurpose it?

  • On One Condition: Stymie Bundy, the only male Bundy to be a success, left five hundred thousand dollars to the first male Bundy to have a child born in wedlock named after him.
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