The contrast between the two families is stark, yet realistic; from the distant, wealthy mother to the just-scraping-by but loving and loud family
The reunions, because we have a very big and loud family
From hours-long brunches to loud family
get-togethers, I've had my fair share of hectic ones over the past few months.
They'll be joined by Dorothy, the Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion and the Scarecrow for the laugh out loud family
show sure to delight all ages.
People like the Loud family
, including gay son Lance, who blazed TV trails by being on the first reality series, An American Family, in 1973.
Now they are making a return to the Merseyside stage with a week-long run at St Helens Theatre Royal next week, bringing "love, laughter and laugh out loud family
Callie feels like the only 'quiet' child in a loud family
of stars until she meets a shy second grader works to help draw him out.
I remember when I was little, like 12 years old, I would have friends call up the house and say, "Oh sorry, I'll call back", because they would hear my loud family
in the background.
The ground-breaking 1973 PBS series "An American Family" - our first reality show - brought cameras into the California home of the Loud family
, where oldest son Lance was emerging as the nation's most "out" gay man and the marriage of Bill and Pat Loud was showing the signs of disintegration that would eventually lead to their divorce.
The nose-picking, worm-eating, nappy-clad babies go on a cruise, get shipwrecked and wash up on an island where intrepid wildlife film-maker Sir Nigel Thornberry and his screechingly loud family
are in pursuit of leopards.
The Loud family
of Santa Barbara, California, were the stars of An American Family.
What remain goofily interesting are some of the details: how, for example, some years after the broadcast, the Los Angeles public television station offered, as a pledge-drive premium, a weekend with the splintered Loud family