The Bundy family which makes up of chauvinist shoe salesman Al, his lazy housewife Peggy, their dumb 15-year-old daughter Kelly, and their bratty 12-year-old con artist son Bud, have settled into a peaceful co-existence in suburban Chicago, marred only by the vicious verbal volleys they exchange to each other while awake. Peggy invites their new neighbors, newlyweds Steve and Marcy Rhoades, over for the evening, so she forbids Al from going out to a basketball game with his single co-worker Luke, from the shoe store.
Did You Know?
Kelly had the first line in the first episode and the last line in the final episode. See more
During the opening sequence, the front door to the Bundy home is white. The door, however, is actually red during the show. See more
[Bud sneaks up behind Kelly and grabs her hair and holds a plastic knife to her neck
Let go of my hair, you little psychopath!
Die, commie bimbo!
Now, Bud! I thought we talked about this before.
What's that, Mom?
You know, sneaking up behind your sister, pulling her hair, pretending to kill her. You remember the affect it had on Grandma? nobody likes it; nobody thinks it's funny, so cut it out, okay?
[a horn honks from outside
Now, go to school.
Love & Marriage
Written by Sammy Cahn
and Jimmy Van Heusen
Arranged and Conducted by Nelson Riddle
Performed by Frank Sinatra See more