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Since my future ex-fiance and I are major league Married...With Children fans, when we heard about the possible spin-off which will focus on Bud's life now, we had some real fun doing some rapid-fire brainstorming about what we think it would be like. And I wanted to share it with you guys and thank you for putting up with this little jam session (our imaginations can go nuts at times).

Bud: Ten years after the show, Bud opened a talent agency, making a small, modest fortune where he met his future wife, Sheryl. At the time Sheryl was hot, nice and was going to college. But when the economy crashed, Bud had no choice but to let Marcy buy his now-failing business and become his boss. Worse yet, college had turned Sheryl into an SJW, she was pregnant with another man's twins and got Bud drunk enough to marry her. So now he's stuck in a crappy marriage, having to manage some of the most obnoxious clients, a boss who loves tormenting him and raising two kids that are not his.

Sheryl: A major feminist SJW and borderline alcoholic who writes for the Huffington Post (from home). Picture a cross between pre-red pill Laci Green and Anita Sarkesian. She's a shrew to her husband, blows her money on expensive hipster stuff and ignores her kids unless she needs them for a cause.

Tammy: Think along the lines of Tomoko from "It's Not My Fault I'm Not Popular" except that she's mixed race (half Hispanic). She has big dreams, but not quite the skills or luck to pull it off. She also has a dakimakura named, "Kyo". Like Bud and Kelly, she has an antagonistic relationship with her twin, Darren, who she resents for getting more attention at home and school and he can't stand how weird she is.

Darren: Darren is smart like Bud, but as promiscuous as Kelly. He's bisexual (though more of a cocktease) and often goes for plain and/or slightly chubby girls since they're easier to get. He's a teen who knows what he wants and is not afraid to get it, but his vanity and being a Bundy can get in the way. His school nickname is, "No Undies Bundy".

Jefferson: He now lives in the basement of Bud's house (that he's converted into a 70's style bachelor pad). He pays his rent to Sheryl with fancy wines that he can get real cheap. While Marcy divorcing and kicking him out has made him a bit more responsible, he's still the same Jefferson.

Misty: Buck's second reincarnation. God, has decided to really mess with him by bringing him back as a female calico cat to live with the Bundys once again.

NOTE: Fair warning that there are some controversial story lines, but it wouldn't MWC... if it weren't pushing boundaries.

Episode 1, Pilot: Bud must book the quartet, 4LyvsMatter, in a week or he will not meet his diversity quota. Which consists of three of them continuously shouting "4LyvsMadder" and the fourth doing racist slam-poetry. Jefferson suggests that he book them at a college party ("Colleges still have parties, right?") where Bud comes across a white student who is looking to get out of his zeta status. Seeing a bit of himself in the student, Bud helps him set up a party with 4LyvsMadder as the opening act (the progressive stack demands they go first). At the end, Bud tells Sheryl that a race-motivated riot started when several guests misunderstood where the poetry was coming from (due to the bad wiring) and it triggered them. Since the student and Bud were the only white, cishet men nearby, they were beaten up.

Episode 2, The Perfect Man: Tammy believes that she's found the perfect man. He's hot, charming and is an otaku like her. After getting some advice from Aunt Kelly, Tammy manages to snag him (and almost gets laid) only to find out that he's a baby-faced uncover cop. As her boyfriend is being hauled away by Officer Dan, she's screaming, "But I want him to take advantage of me! I promise I won't press charges. I'll even let you watch. Pleeeaaassseee!"

Episode 3, Bud and the Dance Moms: After what happened in episode one, Bud has now gotten the reputation that he can book anything, no matter how bad it is. (Like that feminist scream opera.) So when some dance moms want to get him to train and book their kids (who are forced by their crazy mothers), he's got a reputation to maintain.

Episode 4, Return of the Jiggly Room: Taking Marcy's example, Bud decides to do his own investing with The Jiggly Room. Too bad, Sheryl and her SJW cronies have begun protesting the place. Bud decides to go to his dad for advice (Al's life is the same except he likes computers now since he can get free porn) and manages to come to a truce. The Jiggly Room stays, but is now a professional "safe space" that has to have a "Plus-Sized Thursdays" with obese dancers. Since the dancers need to constantly eat to keep their blood sugar up, there's plenty of left over food. So Al comes in just to get a free meal.

Episode 5, Tangwitches and Toaster Leavens: After Sheryl filed several failed lawsuits (under the guise of being "oppressed" by the defendants), the court fees have forced the Bundy family to tighten their belts for a bit. While Bud's penny-pinching tips that he learned as a kid help, even he knows they can't live off "toaster leavens" for long. So all hope is on the son of a filthy rich man (Brody) that comes to Bud to help start his singing career. While Brody is sweet, sincere and dumb as Hell, he's got a singing voice that that could shatter glass. Booking Brody as a comedy act, things are looking up for Bud until Brody decides that he wants to "be honest" and denounces his shtick during a concert that can jump start his career. Of course the audience boos his more serious act and the family is stuck having Tang sandwiches for the next two weeks. (Jefferson was off on a several day booty-call with Marcy.)

Episodes 6, Tammy the Winner: Sheryl's old rival, Virginia Stepford is back in town and even after all these years, the two still want to outdo the other. Sheryl plans to upstage her rival's transgender daughter, Avery, from becoming high school president. While Darren is more charismatic and bisexual, he's just a light-skinned cock tease who doesn't have enough oppression points to run against Avery. Since Tammy is darker and more desperate, she's the better candidate. So it's a cut-throat race that leads to a debate where Avery and Tammy get into an oppression Olympics argument where no school issues end up being discussed. While it seems that Tammy might win, she screws up her chance when she's caught stealing and sniffing the football team's jockstraps. In the end, Tammy is still a loser and Avery removes his wig and make-up, happy to "finally get this crap off".
 
Episode 7, The Stepford Husbands: The story starts with the funeral of Al's No'Maam members who died while trying to drunkenly jump a bridge with a stolen beer truck. An actually talented new singer is considering letting Bud's agency to be her new manager and she's hosting a party with her feminist friends and their husbands. Since Marcy was the one that found out about this, she convinces Bud to go to the party with his wife (her and Sheryl have yet to meet). So Bud has to play the submissive "male ally" husband to keep up appearances. Seeing how whipped these husbands are, Bud can't take it anymore and gives them a pep talk on how they should learn to stand up for themselves. Despite losing the contract when the husbands tell off their wives, Bud knows its for the better and No'Maam gets some new members.

Episode 8, Touchdown Bundy: Instead of fixing the weak, leaky roofs and pipes, Polk High would rather buy a stretch limo to take the football team to and from school. (It's so bad that there has to be buckets everywhere to catch the drops.) But when roof gives out, dumping raw sewage on Darren, he swears revenge.  Worming his way into becoming a member of the football team, he plans to sabotage their championship game. Avery (still playing trans) even helps him get the quarterback position just so he can see another Bundy fail.  (And Al helps him train.)
 
With his newfound privileges of babes, special treatment and increased popularity, Darren starts to have second thoughts. Which leads him into becoming a total egotistical jerk with Al being his only support until Darren brags he's going to breaks his record during the game. Desperate to keep his one ounce of fame, Al ends up destroying his grandson's attempt at a fifth touchdown, causing the team to lose the game and both guys facing the wrath of the school.
 
Episode 9, The Big and Beautiful: Trying to keep up her SJW cred, Sheryl notices how some of the biggest names have the biggest frames. So she decides to gain as much weight as possible to increase her popularity. The problem is that she has a medical condition that makes it difficult to gain weight and a stomach that can't handle over-eating.

So it's a good fat suit to the rescue that gives her the edge and fame until the cheap glue on her prosthetics (thinking she could do them herself) starts to melt during a sexy internet photoshoot. She learns that hell hath no fury like a bunch of really, really fat women scorned.

Episode 10,The Bundy No One Liked: Seven is back and unlike the rest of the family, he has become a success with his invention of Instant-Instant Ramen (open the lid and the ramen is cooked). So he visits his adoptive family during a fourth of July BBQ to rub his success in their faces. Thus, proving that Al and Peg might've had more to do with the failures in Bud and Kelly's lives. In his arrogance and pride, Seven agrees to do some special financing of the Jiggly Room (which will be for a secret money laundering scheme). All goes well until Al and Peg find out and Seven is forced to let them in on the scheme. Like always, Al and Peg once again, ruin another of their kids' successes when Seven is caught and is hauled off to jail.

Episode 11, The Protest Episode: Bud is given a special chance to be the agent of a team of hot bikini models who do a jump rope act (provided he can get there in time). The only thing standing in his way is a major traffic jam caused by a bunch of SJW protestors blocking the road. With the police being unable to make them leave and time ticking away, Bud gives a speech to the other drivers to overcome their racial, religious and social labels to unite with him in the beating up the protestors. While Bud knows he's too late to sign up the models, he knows that he improved social relations among those drivers after their victory.

Episode 12, A Merry Bundy Christmas: Jefferson has got himself a one-shot Christmas-themed porno gig in Dumpwater, Florida (which became a major porn hub after the Man Who Met Andy Griffith died) and wants to bring Bud and his family along for moral support. In the rush to get there, Darren and Tammy are accidentally left behind. Deciding that the kids can handle themselves, their parents leave them a text message to mind themselves.

Too bad there's a massive snowstorm in Chicago that leaves Darren and Tammy stuck at home with no TV or Internet. At first, they try to amuse themselves with dramatic parody readings of Sheryl's copy of the Vagina Monologues and various feminist plays. Within time, putting up with each other with no way out is making them stir-crazy until all the sibling rivalry blows up in epic proportions. But it's that Christmas magic that makes them forgive each other in the end. (Let's just say, that the porno shoot was a colossal failure.)
This is just something fun I did last year that I thought I'd share with you all.
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BellaGBear Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Omg this is amazing :O. I am also a big married with children fan and would be overjoyed if the spin-off would actually happen with your ideas. They are the perfect mix between issues of the modern times and the political incorect way Married with Children would deal with it. Oh my, this would be so cathartic to watch and so funny :D
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Yaoi-Huntress-Earth Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm really glad you like it. I'm sure the fact that obesity rates have gone up would give Al plenty of ammo.
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BellaGBear Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
haha yes. I started watching the show again because of this piece, and it's still brilliant.
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Yaoi-Huntress-Earth Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The show will always have a place in my heart.
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BellaGBear Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
in mine as well :)
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pj202718 Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2017
Good catch on Shoeman being the error in the system. If he weren't such a moronic pig, everyone's lives would be better. 
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Yaoi-Huntress-Earth Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Al was his own worst enemy at times.
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pj202718 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2017
All the times, if you ask me.
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