My Favorite Married Special was the 2nd episode special in Season 9 of Married... with Children. the episode originally aired on FOX, premiering on April 30, 1995.


In this episode special, cast members recall their favorite episodes in the long-running TV series, recalling their favorite moments from the show.


In a special episode, the cast of Married... With Children (Ed O'Neill, Katey Sagal, David Faustino, Christina Applegate, Amanda Bearse, and Ted McGinley) discuss their favorite moments from the show.

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Guest starringEdit


  • Ed O'Neill mentions that the show had been on the air for 9 years at this point in time.
  • The announcer at the beginning of the episode mentions that MWC had filmed 200 episodes as of Febrruary of that year.
  • As revealed by the case members, each had their favorite episodes
  • Outtakes includes:
  • Also, the cast mentions their favorite guest stars:
    • Vanna White - Katey, Ted and Amanda mention that she was nice and sweet to them
    • Sam Kinison - The cast tells a story about Sam missing a day of shooting and apologized to the cast by sending belly dancers, getting lunch catered and giving them nightsticks as a present. Ted also mentions that it was his first time on the set of MWC, as he was playing Norman Jablonsky.
  • The episode also had a "Bundy IQ Test" during each commercial break:
    • What is the Bundy's address? - 9764 Jeopardy Lane
    • Name the county Peg grew up - Wanker County, WI.
    • What is the name of Al's shoe store? - Gary's Shoes & Accessories
    • What mall is the store located in? - New Market Mall
  • During the scene from All Night Security Dude when Al takes on Spare Tire Dixon, the music from the original episode had been changed from the theme from" Chariots of Fire" to a generic symphony piece for this special.

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