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TV shows are probably the primary source of entertainment for the average American Most of them run from 7 pm to 10 pm with reruns starting at 5 pm We watch them because they give us something to do a way to relax something to help pass the time We all watch different shows some people like Marriedwith Children some are repulsed with it but like to watch Home Improvement what draws particular crowds to certain shows How do these shows portray the average American or do they portray average Americans at all These are questions many writers have attempted to answer at least one column in almost every newspaper is dedicated to this topic I think the people like to see shows that portray them or what theyd like to be Marriedwith Children runs on Fox 29 on Mondays at 830 pm it has been on air for a long time and has passed its 200th episode last season The main characters of the show is womens shoe salesman Al Bundy his wife Peg dorky son Bud and slutty daughter Kelly Al loves to watch TV bowl with his buddies drink and go to the nudy bar Marcie and Jefferson are the Bundys neighbors and also take an active part in the show Most shows consist of Al going somewhere or doing something and everyone else making fun of him when he fails miserably Al is someone you can hardly call a father to his kids hes doesnt take care of them and he does absolutely nothing father-like for them or with them Al is constantly complaining about his marriage he says that if he was sober that night none of this would have happened He calls his children accidents and the only good memory he has is of him being a great high school football player which he would take to the next level had all his dreams not been
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