It took Sony six years - from October 2003 until October 2009 - to publish all episodes.
Seasons one to three are mostly uncut, including full opening and end credits. From season three on,
the sets feature new opening and end themes due to royalty reasons. Season four features eight episodes
in edited US syndicated versions. If you want to have all season four episodes uncut you should get the
German season four set mentioned below
which includes English sound. Make sure your DVD can play region two DVDs before you get the German DVD.
All region one sets only include few bonus material. If you live outside of
DVD region one (region one includes the US and Canada), make sure that your DVD player can
read region one DVDs before you buy these sets. British and Irish fans with a region-two-only DVD player
will have to buy the German or the French edition which also include the original English sound. See the
next paragraphs for details.
Finally: It took 12 years after the premiere of the last episode until all episodes were available on DVD
in the US. Well... it was worth the wait.
There are two "Best of" DVDs. Both also seem to be
uncut, including full opening and end credits.
Married...With Children: The Most Outrageous Episodes! Volume 1 was released on February 4, 2003.
It includes 5 episodes.
0305 - A Dump of my Own
0308 - I'll See You in Court
0519 - You Better Shop Around (part 1)
0520 - You Better Shop Around (part 2)
0806 - No Chicken, No Check
This very first Bundy DVD release costs between US$ 15 (at
and US$ 20.
Married...With Children: The Most Outrageous Episodes! Volume 2 was realeased on April 1, 2003.
It includes another 5 episodes:
0515 - A Man's Castle
0419 - Raingirl (US original version while the season 4 DVD set only includes the US syndication version)
0105 - Have You Driven a Ford Lately
0603 - If Al Had a Hammer
0411 - Who'll Stop the Rain?
This DVD also costs between US$ 15 (at
and US$ 20.
Both volumes are in English, region code 1 and in Dolby stereo 2.0. They feature a so-called Salute to Sinatra,
which is only an ad for a collection of Sinatra CDs, plus some trailers for other shows on DVD and for Christina
Applegate's movie The Sweetest Thing.
There's also a European version of both DVDs with German, French (both mono) and English (stereo) sound, including
Turkish subtitles. This two DVD set for region code 2 costs between EUR 27 and 31. For instance you can get it at
There are hardly any offical video tapes of the series available. The only exception is the
"It's a Bundyful Life" two-parter (412/413) which is available in the US on video
(Columbia Tristar Home Video #92773, approximately 47 minutes, stereo). You can get it at
Many thanks to Joe Siegler, Gilberto Cortés, Nitzan Gilkis, Michael Pomme, Martin Schmidt and Amandine.