When Kelly auditions for a part in a Fox network sitcom she happens to mention some stories about her family which the producer likes better then the original script.

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Ronald N. Michaels
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Mel Pease (as Leonard Kelly Young)
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Patty Pease
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Lou (as Steve Hack)
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Ben Pease
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Carrie Pease (as Alexandra Ann McLeod)
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When Kelly auditions for a part in a Fox network sitcom she happens to mention some stories about her family which the producer likes better then the original script.

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6 November 1994 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Marcy says the spoof sitcom was canceled because "A housewife in Michigan didn't like it". This line is a thinly veiled jab at Michigan housewife Terry Rakolta. She was offended by "Married with Children" and complained about it on various talk shows. Her efforts to get the show canceled had the opposite effect. More people tuned in, which actually boosted the show's ratings and contributed to its longevity. See more »

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Patty: Hi, Mel. I'm home.
[Mel shrugs with indifference]
Patty: Look what I bought today from the shop-at-home network. A whole weeks worth of bon-bons!
[Patty wheels in a huge barrel of Bon-Bon's printed on it]
Mel: Where are we supposed to put them?
Patty: Well, I'm supposed to keep them cold and frozen. So, how about your side of the bed?
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The final still shot shows the full cast of both sitcom shows. See more »

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References Full House (1987) See more »

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One of the funniest episodes
14 October 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode of Married With Children ranks among the funniest and most clever episodes of the series. The story is hilarious as the Bundys become the subject of a sitcom. Hence, a sitcom within a sitcom, with extremely humorous results. George Wyner is extremely funny as the sitcom director and the entire cast is in top comedy form, especially Ed O'Neill as the indefatigable Al Bundy. When it wants to, Hollywood can put together a really upbeat, humorous story. This episode offers nonstop laughs as the Al cannot get enough of a TV show that confirms everything he's always said about marriage, children, work and life itself. This is great comedy and deserves praise.


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