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Al Bundy is a fictional character and the essential protagonist of the U.S. television series Married... with Children, played by Ed O'Neill. He is a beer loving, indebted, American father of two, portrayed as both a comedic and tragic figure. Although he is cheap, unsuccessful, lustful, unhappy, and scheming, he nevertheless stands by his family, displaying wit, self-sacrifice and resilience in times of crisis. He and his wife, Peggy Bundy, were rated the 59th best characters on television by Bravo.
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by William D. Crump
revolved around the dysfunctional Bundy family who lived in Chicago and featured the following principal characters: Al Bundy (Ed O'Neill), a hard-luck, misanthropic, women's shoe salesman; Peggy Bundy (Katey Sagal), Al's lazy wife who ...
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Al Bundy of Married with Children (1987–97) offered a similar ...
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A Shoe-selling, beer-ingesting, hormone raging hero to people of all races and ages. A fictional super-man from Chicago, Illinois who from 1987-1997 spoke for ...
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