Below the 4 Minutes part with the former Married with children cast from Fox’s 25th anniversary show.
FOX 25th anniversary special airs next week!
The Bundys are back!
Fifteen years after Married With Children ended its 10-year run, the series’ main stars — Christina Applegate, 40, Ed O’Neill, 66, Katey Sagal, 57, and David Faustino, 38 — reunited March 16 on behalf of Fox’s 25th Anniversary Special. To celebrate, the pilot episode of Married With Children will air April 22 at 7 p.m. EST, followed by the 500th episode of The Simpsons.
Applegate recently revealed a fun fact about her final episodes of the series to Us Weekly: “During the last season of Married With Children, I wore a wig because I had dyed my hair purple and red. What a rebel.”
FOX’s Anniversary Special airs from 8:00-10:00 p.m. EST and will pay tribute to some of the network’s most memorable shows, including Married With Children, In Living Color and That ’70s Show.
New year new Video of the Month – it’s been a
long time very long time since the last one!
Christina Applegate @ the Pat Sajak Show
RTL Easter-Weekend Teaser
A few weeks ago the TVLand has rolled out their red carpert at the Universial Studios LA to celebrate the best series in classic television!
Married with children has won the Innovator Award.
ABC has pulled the plug on comedy “Samantha Who?” after two seasons.
The show currently has 7 episodes that have not aired. It has not been determined whether these episodes will be aired over the summer or if they would only be seen on the DVD release of the show’s second season
Ted McGinley is one of the stars of the actual season of “Dancing with the stars”.
Unfortunately he didn’t make if into round 3.
Here are three short videos:
Ted dancing the foxtrot
Ted dancing the mambo
Ted at the Jimmy Kimmel Show
Thank’s to Dr. Shoe for that info.
Watch out for the latest David Faustino movie.
Boston Strangler: The Untold Story is a direct to dvd production with David Faustino as the main character.
Boston Strangler: The Untold Story is an intense true-crime thriller about Albert De Salvo, a wise cracking, small time criminal with an unrelenting sex drive, who ultimately falsely confesses to being the strangler that wreaked havoc in Boston during the early sixties. Guided by his manipulative cell mate, who knows more about the murders than he reveals, they devise a plan to gain all of the notoriety from the killings and the money from the reward. Meanwhile, Detective John Marsden, searches out the truth certain that they were not committed by one man. Fighting the bureaucracy of the day, Marsden lets his emotions get the best of him as he follows the trail of the murders
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“Robin saves David”
What could that be…? It an guest appearing of David Faustino in the 90s series “Robin’s Hoods”. It’s the episode “Memories Are Made of This”. I’ve only cut some samples together. It’s in german (there it’s called Robins Club) – it’s so boring it needs no subtitles.
Hierbei handelt es sich um einen Gastauftritt von David Faustino in der 90er Serive “Robins Club”. Vermutlich kennt niemand diese Serie welche auf Super RTL lief. Ich habe einige Szenen aus der Episode “Memories are made of this” zusammengeschnitten.
Update (28/02/2008): The Trailer is available On the official Website
I just read some articles about the upcoming movie “RoboDoc”. David Faustino plays a main character.
The movie should start in May 2008.
Plagued by uninsured patients, greedy insurance companies, heartless health care conglomerates, and stressed out doctors, the health care delivery system is on the verge of a total breakdown – and Jake Gorman couldn’t be happier. The egomaniacal medical malpractice attorney has it all. His face adorns billboards, his ads run constantly on TV and radio, while his army of informants tip him off to profitable new cases. Suing doctors has made Jake a famous and very wealthy man. Jake never met a doctor he couldn’t sue, until now. As a cost cutting measure at its hospitals, R.I.P Healthcare has developed the perfect doctor. MD 63 (a.k.a. Robo-Doc) is a robotic doctor whose data bank contains all the medical knowledge in the world, and therefore Robo-Doc CAN’T make a mistake. Robo-Doc was designed to save both money and lives. Success would bring flawless, affordable health care to all and spell ruin for Jake Gorman.
LOS ANGELESâ€”Ron Leavitt, who co-created the sitcom “Married With Children,” died Sunday. He was 60.
Leavitt died of lung cancer at his home in Los Angeles, said his publicist Larry Winokur.
Leavitt was best known for teaming up with Michael G. Moye to create “Married With Children,” a sitcom about the luckless shoe salesman Al Bundy and his dysfunctional family.
“Married With Children” ran on the Fox network from 1987 to 1997 and became the network’s second-longest running sitcom behind “The Simpsons.”
Leavitt served as executive producer of the show and helped write nearly 150 episodes.
“He created that show to make people laugh and show life isn’t perfect,” said the model and actress Jessica Hahn, with whom he had a relationship. “I know he’s going to make God laugh, but Jesus I miss him.”
A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Leavitt broke into television in the 1970s writing episodes of “Busting Loose,” “Happy Days,” “Laverne & Shirley” and “The Bad News Bears.” In the 1980s, Leavitt had a stint as a producer of “The Jeffersons.”
Leavitt is survived by two children, Matt and Samantha. The family plans a private service.