Al's favorite reading material is a Playboy-type magazine called "Big 'Uns".At different points in the series, Griff--Al's African-American sidekick at the store--can be seen reading a similar magazine in the series called "Black Big 'Uns", and during a scene in Cuba, 'Fidel Castro' can be seen reading another similar magazine called "Cub 'Uns" (a play on the word "Cubans.") See more » This long running American sitcom has a strange kind of following and appeal. The facial expressions that he pulls and his delivery are hilarious. Then there is his wife Peggy Bundy, the curviest woman alive and a hell of a milf.The show has a kind of knowing badness and is intentionally cheesy and politically incorrect. It's another strange mystery of the show that all of a sudden in season 2, Peggy turned into the delightfully huge chested wife from hell audiences loved.Australia’s most popular Sports-Entertainment channel “FOX 8” can now be watched from anywhere.Apart from its large size, the red fox is distinguished from other fox species by its ability to adapt quickly to new environments.Despite its name, the species often produces individuals with other colourings, including albinos and melanists.To add to Al's misery is his yuppie next door neighbors Marcy and Steve.Marcy and Steve eventually split up with Marcy keeping the house next door to the Bundys and Steve moving away to be a forest ranger.
The sitcom revolves around Al's never ending attempts to better his life which always leads him right back to where he started.
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Since the show's original theme song "Love and Marriage" has been removed from all Region 1 DVD releases of the series, the songwriting credit is generally removed from the DVD versions of these episodes.
However, the credit erroneously remains in a few episodes.