Katey Sagal Has “Married With Children” Reunion at Walk of Fame Ceremony
"I met Katey in 1986, we were both trying out for the parts of Al and Peg Bundy on Married with Children. We didn’t know each other, just had a feeling we had a chemistry between us. We did the show for 11 years. Great experience, I never laughed so hard in my life and we grew together as a cast and as good friends and we see the whole family is here today. I was at the Golden Globes when Katey won her best actress award. I was proud of her before, I was proud of her then, and I’m proud of her today. Congratulations!" - ED O’NEILL
"I met Katey when I was 15 years old, so it’s been about 10 years since we’ve met. But I will never forget the day that I met her. I walked into the rehearsal hall for Married with Children and she was sitting there with a white t-shirt and jeans. I’ve never seen someone look that good in a white t-shirt and jeans and the fact that your body is better now than it was then makes me sick because I’m wearing a Fitbit trying to get rid of all my baby weight, I digress! I thought she was the coolest person I’ve ever met in my life, but what I didn’t realize is that that person was gonna become my mom. I spent more time with Katey, Ed, and David than I did my own family. I take all the good things that Katey gave me. She’s an Earth Momma like you’ve never seen before, she’s caring, giving, loving, supportive, honest. We’re honoring this incredible talent and I couldn’t be more proud of her and I couldn’t love anybody more." - CHRISTINA APPLEGATE
"I just wanna say briefly that Katey, you were my second momma. My second mother and I grew up with you. You were an inspiration then and you’re an inspiration now." - DAVID FAUSTINO
"Nothing gets in the way of me taking care of my family, especially my conscience."
Woman? Is that meant to insult me? (inspired by)
“As for the woman who may have had a role in Tara’s current predicament, Gemma is experiencing a similar sense of loss. SAMCRO’s Queen Bee has helped tie her grandchildren and son to Charming, keeping them far from any of Tara’s Oregon dreams, but she’s also wound up distanced from the two men who were at one time most important to her: Jax and Clay. Her son doesn’t trust her, and Gemma seems hollowed out by her betrayal of Clay.” [Source]
She’s going through menopause. Yet she’s a sexual person. She’s not there as eye candy, either. She’s not a sex object – never in the show, really. She’s a sexual agent. She’s a fiftysomething woman who wants to get fucked, and she’s not ashamed of it, and it’s neither played for sentiment nor for laughs. Find me that on broadcast. [x]