Married... With Children
Married... With Children: Season 4
The Bundys are a stereotypical "white trash" American family. Al is a shoe salesman who is fond of frequently reliving his doubtful 15 seconds of fame on the football field. Al is terrified of the all-to-frequent amorous advances his ditsy wife Peggy, a woman who must spend most of Al's wages at the salon and the mall. They have two children: Kelly, the stunning but superficial party animal, and Bud, who is too wrapped up in himself to realize his goal of "scoring" with a girl.
Cast View all
|Christina Applegate||Kelly Bundy|
|Ed O'Neill||Al Bundy|
|Katey Sagal||Peggy Bundy|
|David Faustino||Bud Bundy|
|Amanda Bearse||Marcy Rhoades|
|David Garrison||Steve Rhoades|
|Buck||Buck the Dog|
|Thomas Ian Nicholas||Bobby|
|Dan Tullis Jr.||Sheriff|
|Ted McGinley||Norman Jablonsky|
|Tiffani Thiessen||Heather McCoy|
|Eva La Rue||Carrie|
|Ann Nelson||Elderly Woman|
|Don Sparks||Santa 'Horowitz'|
|Gita Isak||Al's Mom|
|Chuck E. Weiss||Bum|
|Dean Rubin||Assistant Director|
|Michael Stoyanov||Pizza Boy|
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Episodes View details
Marcy's dead aunt's ashes end up in the Labor Day hamburgers.
Peggy wins a free health week with the healthiest man in Chicago, but ends up converting him to her lifestyle, and he drops dead.
Kelly and Bud try to raise money to got to a concert. Kelly's scheme involves playing poker against Peggy's friends and Bud makes Al take a bunch of kids camping.
Al goes to Marcy's dentist and finds that he has a relationship with his assistant.
Peggy talks to a woman at a beauty parlor, and becomes convinced that Al is cheating on her, with that woman.
The Bundys lets a foreign exchange student live in their home for the weekly $500 that the government will pay them, but the french girl ends up ruining Kelly's social life.
A Playboy model visits the shoe store and Al wants to find out which issue she is in, but Peggy sold his Playboy collection and Al has to convince her to get the magazines back.
Steve risks his job when Al takes a $50,000 loan from Steve's bank to start a shoe hotline.
Al decides to get a new car, but finds out that Peggy spent all his saved up money, and he has to buy an old, used car.
Steve spends time at the zoo with the Bundys instead of looking for a job, which upsets Marcy.
Al has finally saved up enough money to buy christmas gifts for everyone, but a few late customers to the shoe store makes Al unable to get to the bank.
Al gets a visit from a guardian angel and discovers what the Bundy household would look like if he was never born.
Al's pride and ""do-it-yourself"" beliefs annoys the rest of the family when Al decides to fix the leaking roof himself.
After Peggy lied on the Bundy taxes, Al has to find a quick way to raise money for the audit, and when a couple offers good money for Peggy's hair, Al must find a way to convince her.
Kelly becomes a rock and roll singer with Bud as her agent.
Peggy takes Marcy on a trip to Las Vegas to get over her divorce from Steve.
Al, Bud and Kelly arrive in Las Vegas to find Peg and Marcy completely broke, and they must find a way to raise some money to get back home.
Bud tries to get revenge on a girl who humiliated him years ago.
Al plans a special evening for Peggy's birthday by taking her out to the Bowlarama where he hopes to finally beat his arch rival's high game score. Al beats the score, but minutes later, Peggy bowls a perfect game, destroying Al's self-esteem.
Peggy must repeat Home Ec class to get her high school diploma.
Kelly gets a new job as a weather girl at a local news station.
Al has to judge a beauty contest at the shoe store and has nightmares about feet. Meanwhile, Kelly tricks Bud and Marcy into thinking they slept with each other.
After discovering Peggy's latest purchases, Al throws a yard sale to get rid of a lot of the junk, but no one is interested.
|043396114678||1||Aug 30, 2005||Season 4|
|4030521703353||2||Dec 22, 2005||3 DVDs|
|5035822266612||2, 4, 5||The Complete Fourth Season|
|8712609045352||2||Jan 01, 2007|
|683904533401||Apr 15, 2014|
|3333297907392||Oct 20, 2005|