For ten years starting in 1987, Christina Applegate was beamed into households as America's favorite dim-witted beauty on Fox's "Married... With Children." After such a long run, it's no surprise that she's still associated with that show in many people's minds. On "The Late Late Show" (Weeknights, 12:37 a.m. EST on CBS) felt the need to shout out his appreciation for her character Kelly Bundy.
At the beginning on the interview, the fan yelled out, "I love you Kelly Bundy!" For his troubles, he was escorted from the room by security. "They'll rough him up outside as well," Craig Ferguson said.
Applegate thought it was sad to see him ejected like that. "You can cuss like a drunken sailor up here, but one guy's like' Whoa, I love you!' [and it's] 'Get out!" she said.
When Ferguson started to tout his own appreciation for Kelly Bundy, Applegate felt it was her responsibility to remind him that she wasn't yet of legal age through the show's run. While Applegate said she wasn't yet 18 during most of the series, she actually turned 18 in the middle of the third season. So Ferguson can feel a little less guilty for appreciating her character now.
Christina Applegate appears in "Up All Night," Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. EST on NBC. "The Late Late Show" airs weeknights at 12:37 a.m. EST on CBS.
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