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Martin Murphy and Brigette Murphy are a happily married couple with two children, a son and a daughter. They share a strong, loving relationship with each other.

Martin's opinion of Brigette

Martin loves his wife dearly and enjoys spending time with her on a regular basis. He'd originally made his feelings for her clear when they went on their first date; he'd brought her an extra hazmat suit so she'd be safe in spite of Murphy's law.

49 they give trophies for anything

Martin is excited to impress her, having gone through great lengths to show her a trophy he'd won back when he'd been in grade school. When he couldn't find the trophy itself, Martin ignored her protests and went over the top trying to demonstrate the winning play.

He jokes to Milo about Brigette calling the kitchen's dirty dishes 'the pile of hate in the sink', claiming she 'has a way with words'.

DDO (102)

When they were younger, the two of them loved to participate in seventies style roller disco dancing but gave up their shared dream to win because of Murphy's Law. Martin later makes another attempt with Brigette, practicing their routine by Milo's instructions. He ended up enjoying himself alongside Brigette at the contest.

Brigette's opinion of Martin

Brigette loves her husband dearly and enjoys spending time with him. She values his point of view when making decisions that affect the family, and called him about 'liability coverage' when Zack suggested they give Milo a surprise party.

88 a heros reward

Brigette is proud of Martin's accomplishments and was thrilled to learn that he'd won a trophy in spite of the fact that he couldn't show it to her personally. While she tried to prevent him from going through ridiculous lengths to find it in a trophy case, Brigette was still proud of him when he gave up his search, stating that 'he'd always be her hero' as she gave him a kiss.

Despite being as prepared as anyone in the Murphy family when it comes to Murphy's law, Brigette appreciates being able to work during the time she gets to herself, and uses her time away from Martin to complete any projects she doesn't want getting destroyed. She is not afraid of his condition, however, and never blames him for the incidents it causes. Instead, Brigette finds the spontaneity of their life together exciting.

DDO (25)

When they were younger, Brigette and Martin shared a love for seventies style roller disco dancing but gave up their dreams of winning a competition because of Murphy's Law. When telling their children about this, Brigette expressed immense frustration about the four years of seventies style roller disco-dancing couple's therapy they'd gone to together. She agrees to try again and ends up enjoying herself as they go through the contest, however.


Season 1

“Hi, dear! Melissa and Zack were thinking of a surprise party for Milo tomorrow. How's our liability coverage?”
—Brigette Murphy[src]

“I’m afraid we have a problem dear. Diogee got into the cake and ice cream.”
—Brigette Murphy[src]

“We're just a phone call away at the outlet mall.
We only have to pay half price when it breaks.”

—Brigette and Martin[src]

“You never told me you won a trophy!”
“I don't like to brag.”
Brigette and Martin[source]

“That trophy has to be here somewhere. I mean I was a legend.”
“Honey, you don’t have to show me the trophy. I believe you won the game.”
Martin and Brigette[source]

“Well, if you can’t see the trophy, you’re going to see the player that earned it.”
“Oh honey, that’s not really nece... and here we go.”
Martin and Brigette[source]

“That's our boy. I think we can go home now.”
“You don't want to keep looking for your trophy?”
“Nah. I think we have a new hero in the family.”
“Awww. You'll always be my hero.”
Martin and Brigette, as they share a kiss[source]

“I remember the first time I went out with your father. He brought an extra hazmat suit just for me. That's how I knew it was a date.”
—Brigette to Sara[src]

“Don't look at me; I don't know how the kids' MP3 player works.”
—Brigette informs Martin[src]

“You know, Christmas is so quiet now. Remember when we used to spend it with my family?”
—Martin Murphy[src]

“Ah, things are easier now, but I do miss those Murphy family Christmases.”
—Brigette Murphy[src]

“Aw! White Christmas!”
—Martin and Brigette[src]

Season 2

“Well, not just skating. We like competitive, seventies style roller disco dancing.”
—Martin Murphy[src]

“Even after four years of seventies-style roller disco dancing couple's therapy...”
—Brigette Murphy[src]

“Honey, some people are afraid of spiders. Some are afraid of heights. We are afraid of choking at seventies style roller disco dancing.”
—Brigette Murphy[src]


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