Chicago Shoe Exchange: Al and Griff trade the shoe store's inventory for a massage chair.
How To Marry A Moron: Al objects to Kelly marrying an armed robber, until he discovers that he's the heir to a family fortune.
Desperate Half-Hour: Bud's prison pen pal arrives to rob the Bundys.
Damn Bundys: Al sells his soul for a chance to play in the Super Bowl.
Lez Be Friends: Al strikes up a friendship with Marcy's identical cousin.
Birthday Boy Toy: As Jefferson's worries about getting old force him into taking a job, Al tries to cure Peggy's shopping addiction.
A Babe In Toyland: Kelly becomes a prima donna after being asked to fill in on a popular children's television program.
Live Nude Peg: Al falls in love with a stripper, unaware that she's actually his wife.
Breaking Up Is Easy To Do Part III: While Al finds single life dismal, Peggy tries to land a new husband.
Breaking Up Is Easy To Do Part II: When Al moves out, he and Peggy throw themselves into the singles scene, with widely different results.
Breaking Up Is Easy To Do Part I: A party game sends Al and Peggy to a marriage counselor; Kelly squares off in the boxing ring against a rival actress.
T*R*A*S*H: Al and Griff join Jefferson in the National Guard.
Grime And Punishment: When he starts charging Bud rent, Al is confined to the basement until he makes some much-needed repairs.
Bud On The Side: Al's boss falls in love with Bud.
The Stepford Peg: Peggy's amnesia allows Al to mold her into the perfect wife.
Crimes Against Obesity: As he's trying to celebrate his birthday, Al is put on trial by a group of obese women.
The Bundys are back! The family that put the diss in dysfunctional returns for 26 sidesplitting episodes in MARRIED? WITH CHILDREN: THE COMPLETE SIXTH SEASON.
The dysFUNction continues with another season of Bundy misadventures! Bud becomes Al's driving instructor when Al needs to renew his license. Bad skin ruins Kelly's beer commercial. Peggy and her pals crash the men's trip to a nudie bar. Kelly agrees to be a prom date for a 12-year-old.
More fun with the less-than-loveable Bundys! This season, there's a new man in the house when Peggy's relatives leave their young son with the Bundys. Al takes a job as a topless bartender to help with bills, Kelly buys a motorcycle, Bud starts his own fraternity to meet girls, Peggy spends so much that Al can't retire -- and many more hilarious Bundy misadventures!
The Bundys are back! The family that put the diss in dysfunctional returns for 26 sidesplitting episodes in MARRIED: WITH CHILDREN.
Al's really in trouble when Peg gets him a great gift for their anniversary, and he's got nothin'.
Al and Peg convince the Rhoades to add a new room to their house with their tax refund check.
Al, who isn't a very successful homemaker, keeps giving the kids marshmallows on a bun for dinner.
Al's best customers show up at the shoe store to witness him quitting his job.
When there's no juice in the kitchen, Al starts questioning how Peggy keeps herself busy.
Though it's hard for her to admit, Peggy is very sorry when she spends over Al's credit limit.
Al and Peg allow their neighbors to build a new room, and Bud gets Kelly in trouble.
Al is upset about potentially missing a boxing match on TV, so Steve recommends a motel with cable.
Al gets his pride back when the 'store owner' shows up and compliments him in front of everyone.
Al is upset when he finds out Kelly's been dating a guy named after a reptile.
Al and Peggy want some alone time, but the neighborhood watch won't give them their privacy.