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ID 3bA
Тип записи ТВ сериал
Genres crime, drama
Countries UK
Языки en
Duration 60 min
External links omdb , imdb
Poster for episode Meet the Bunkers.

Meet the Bunkers

It's Edith and Archie Bunker's wedding anniversary. Edith manages to drag Archie to church. Daughter Gloria and her husband, Mike try to whip up a party atmosphere for the parents.

Poster for episode Writing the President.

Writing the President

Mike writes a letter to President Nixon, protesting everything that's wrong with America, including the state of the environment and the nation's involvement in Vietnam. Archie finds out and, to refute his son-in-law's claims, he decides he, too, will write a letter to ol' Tricky Dick, praising the nation's chief and attempting to explain the Meathead as an ignorant. While penning the letter, Archie pictures the family all standing behind him, dressed in his Sunday best, all supporting his positions.

Poster for episode Oh, My Aching Back (aka Archie's Aching Back).

Oh, My Aching Back (aka Archie's Aching Back)

Archie is involved in a minor traffic accident. While grumbling about the aftermath of the accident to the family, Lionel stops by and drops off the dry cleaning. Seems as though his folks used the hefty insurance settlement from their recent accident to start Jefferson Cleaners, a dry cleaning accident. The wheels in Archie's head start spinning around, and before long, the Bunker patriarch cries, "Ooh, my back!" Well, his back isn't really hurt, but he'll pretend that it is so he, too, can get a lot of money from an insurance settlement. Archie enlists the aid of a Jewish attorney to handle the case. However, the attorney quickly catches on and, wanting to maintain his integrity, he refuses to represent Archie. Bye-bye lawsuit and bye-bye to Archie's dreams.

Poster for episode Archie Gives Blood.

Archie Gives Blood

Archie refuse to donate blood because he'll afraid that his vital fluids might get mixed in those of a different race.

Poster for episode Judging Books By Covers.

Judging Books By Covers

Can one tell who is gay just by his appearance? Archie sure thinks so, when Mike's friend Roger drops by for a visit. Seems Roger is into gaudy pinstriped suits and acts effeminate, much to Archie's disdain. The bigot quickly decides Roger is gay, and Mike can only try to explain his father-in-law to Roger. After another high-pitched argument, Archie goes down to Kelsey's, where he grumbles about the Meathead and his friend. But Arch is surprised to learn that one of his friends, complete with a "tough guy" appearance, is a well-adjusted gay man. Oh, and by the way, Roger may act strange and have wierd tastes, but he's NOT gay.

Poster for episode Gloria's Pregnancy (aka Gloria Has a Belly Full).

Gloria's Pregnancy (aka Gloria Has a Belly Full)

Archie hits the roof when he learns Gloria is pregnant, especially since Mike is an unemployed college student. After giving it some thought and talking with friends, Archie decides being a grandpa would bring a lot of joy to his life. But Gloria suddenly becomes ill and has a miscarriage. Archie is deeply saddened when he learns about Gloria losing the baby, and consoles his shaken daughter in a very touching speech.

Poster for episode Mike's Hippie Friends Come to Visit.

Mike's Hippie Friends Come to Visit

Mike invited one of his hippie friends to spend the night in his living room, despite Archie's strenous ojections.

Poster for episode Lionel Moves Into the Neighborhood.

Lionel Moves Into the Neighborhood

Lionel and his family (his mother, Louise; his father, George; and his brother, Henry) move into the neighborhood. At the same time, Archie's neighbors are planning a petition drive to keep black families from moving in, since it would affect their property values. The effort fails when Archie goes to the house of his neighbors to get them to sign, unknowing that it's the Jeffersons' house.

Poster for episode Edith Has Jury Duty.

Edith Has Jury Duty

Edith is chosen for jury duty for a major murder trial, much to Archie's chagrin. He hits the roof when the jury is seqestered, as he'll have to fend for himself for the next two weeks (TWO WEEKS!). While Archie stubbornly refuses to fend for himself, Edith becomes the lone dissenting juror (favoring acquittal of the defendant) when the case is given to the jury, much to the annoyment of her fellow jurors. Edith's convictions pay off -- the real culprit comes forward and confesses, freeing the defendant. While Mike and Gloria tell Edith how proud they are of her, Archie could care less.

Poster for episode Archie is Worried About His Job.

Archie is Worried About His Job

No one in the family gets any sleep when Archie spends the night worring that he might lose his job.

Poster for episode Gloria Discovers Women's Lib.

Gloria Discovers Women's Lib

Gloria leaves the house in a rage after Mike refuse to recognize her as an equal partner in their marriage.

Poster for episode Success Story.

Success Story

Archie's old Army buddy, Eddie Frazier, visits the Bunker household, where they trade old stories. Archie learns that Eddie has become wealthy in the used car trade, but that he's harboring a lot of anxiety. Turns out Eddie is trying to get in contact with his estranged family. Later, Archie throws a huge party for Eddie, who during the party gets a call from his son. Turns out the son wants nothing to do with his father and wants him to "stay the hell out of his life," and only Mike seems to care about Eddie's true feelings.

Poster for episode The First and Last Supper.

The First and Last Supper

The Bunkers plan a welcoming dinner for their new black neighbors, the Jeffersons. After a series of mix-ups and changes in plans, it's decided the Bunkers will host the dinner. Louise Jefferson passes off her brother-in-law Henry as her husband, George, who has flatly refused to dine or socialize with the Bunkers. A conversation between Archie and Henry starts amicably, but quickly degenerates into a shoutfest over each one's prejudices.

Poster for episode The Saga of Cousin Oscar.

The Saga of Cousin Oscar

Archie's Cousin Oscar (whom he's never liked) visits the Bunker household. It's bad enough for Archie to host the freeloading cousin (whom is unseen throughout the episode), but he really hits the roof when Oscar dies unexpectedly in the upstairs bedroom. As the house becomes a breeding ground for mourners, Archie ponders whether to plan funeral services for Oscar. Mike tells him he doesn't have to, but the funeral director tells Archie that a funeral is for the benefit of the survivors.

Poster for episode Gloria Poses in the Nude.

Gloria Poses in the Nude

Mike has second thoughts after he agrees to let Gloria pose as a nude model for one of his artist friends.

Poster for episode Archie and the Lock-Up.

Archie and the Lock-Up

Mike and Lionel plan to participate in a Vietnam protest rally. Gloria learns that police officers will try to quell the rally and trouble is expected, so she sends Archie to get Mike and Lionel. While the two come home safely, torn clothes and all, Archie ends up arrested. He has to spend time in jail with the very people he despises -- hippies and radicals. Mike and Gloria go to the jail to bail Archie out, but Archie unknowingly offends the night supervisor -- who, like Mike, happens to be Polish. The night officer and the jail supervisor decide to have the secretary, who can only hunt-and-peck on a typewriter, prepare Archie's release forms. The final assault to Archie's dignity: his bail was paid for through a fund which bails protesters out of jail!

Poster for episode Edith Writes a Song.

Edith Writes a Song

Apair of bugglars holds the family at bay with Archie's own pistol.

Poster for episode Flashback: Mike Meets Archie.

Flashback: Mike Meets Archie

On the Stivic's first wedding anniversary, tha family recalls the day Archie and Michael met.

Poster for episode The Election Story.

The Election Story

Mike and Gloria campaign for the liberal condidate in a local election, while Archie places himself in the opposing camp.

Poster for episode Edith's Accident.

Edith's Accident

A priest pays a call to reward Edith's honesty for leaving a note on his car after she accidentally dents it with a large can of clind peaches.

Poster for episode The Blockbuster.

The Blockbuster

An unsrupulous black real-estate salesman tempts Archie to sell his house to a black family at an inflated price.

Poster for episode Mike's Problem.

Mike's Problem

Gloria is upset whem Mike's nervousness over his grades causes him to become temporily impotent.

Poster for episode The Insurance is Canceled.

The Insurance is Canceled

Archie lays off a Puerto Rican worker during a cut back at the dock; and his homeowner's policy is cancelled when his neighborhood is redlined as a bad risk.

Poster for episode The Man in the Street.

The Man in the Street

Archie Bunker anticipes becoming the voice of the American working man when his man-on-the-street interview is scheduled to appear on Walter Cronkite's Evening News.

Poster for episode Cousin Maude's Visit.

Cousin Maude's Visit

Everyone in the family is sick, so Edith calls Cousin Maude to help out.

Poster for episode Christmas Day at the Bunkers'.

Christmas Day at the Bunkers'

Archie casts a pall on the family's Yuletide spirit when he complains that he was passed over for this year's Christmas bonus.

Poster for episode The Elevator Story.

The Elevator Story

Mike, Gloria and Edith are at a restaurant, waiting for Archie to show. The Arch-ster has stopped at the bank to make a deposit before enjoying dinner with the family. While in the elevator -- wherein the passengers include a pregnant Puerto Rican and her husband, a hippie and a black businessman -- the elevator breaks down. Uh oh ... Archie involuntarily has to spend time with the people he feels most uncomfortable with, and before you know it, insults start flying around. That is, until the woman goes into labor. Archie, isolated and alienated by his fellow passengers, refuses to join in the celebration when the baby is born.

Poster for episode Edith's Problem.

Edith's Problem

Edith's been acting very funny lately, even by Archie's standards. One minute, she's her cheerful self; the next minute, she's mimicking Archie, screaming "Damn it!" and "Stifle!" and running around the house like a child on a sugar-high. Seems as though menopause is fast-approaching for the Dingbat. Mike and Gloria understand menopause is something most women (like Edith) go through when they hit the mid-40s, and the best way to deal with it is with time and patience. Understanding menopause is something Archie seems to lack, and he shows little effort in displaying patience, either. Finally, Archie gives Edith 30 seconds to have her "change." The ultimatum seems to do the trick, or does it?

Poster for episode Archie and the FBI.

Archie and the FBI

Archie's paranoia during a mysterious government investigation drives him to betray a long-staanding friendship.

Poster for episode Mike's Mysterious Son.

Mike's Mysterious Son

Mike's old girlfriend, Marilyn shows up, with a 4-year-old boy she claims Mike fathered. That riles Archie up, especially when Edith tries to keep Archie from finding out what's going on. But Archie always finds out, and when he does, the bigot immediately decides the Meathead has snuck around on Gloria and isn't interested in Mike's side of the story. Gloria also declares Mike guilty, questioning her husband's fidelity and demanding an explanation, for which Mike can't seem to give a plausable story. Edith's attempts to calm everyone and mediate the situation makes things worse. The arguments go well into the night, until Marilyn shows back up to reclaim her son and deciding Mike isn't the boy's father after all. That has Archie really angry, especially since they disrupted the household and caused everyone to lose a night's sleep.

Poster for episode Archie Sees a Mugging.

Archie Sees a Mugging

Archie refuses to get involed with the police, even though he's the only witness to a neighborhood mugging.

Poster for episode Archie and Edith Alone.

Archie and Edith Alone

The Bunkers is on their on for eight days after Mike and Gloria go off to spend a week at a commune.

Poster for episode Edith Gets a Mink.

Edith Gets a Mink

The actual story is Archie won't let Edith keep the Mink from her cousin, but when it gets spaghetti sauce spilled on it Edith sends it to the Jefferson dry cleaners. They couldnt get out the stain and ruin it trying. There is a 300.00 insurance check which Archie trys to keep, but it ends up being made out to Ediths cousin so 'ol Arch is out of luck.

Poster for episode Sammy's Visit.

Sammy's Visit

One of the classic episodes in the series, Sammy Davis Jr. plays himself, a passenger in Archie's taxi cab who has inadvertently left his briefcase behind. Arrangements are made to retrieve the briefcase at the Bunker house. As usual, Archie displays his ignorance and bigotry, but Sammy plays along. Before Sammy has to leave, Munson decides to have the two pose for a picture. HE KISSES ARCHIE!!! Archie is too astonished to say anything.

Poster for episode Edith, the Judge.

Edith, the Judge

Edith arbitrates a dispute between Archie and the irate proprietor of a laundmat.

Poster for episode Archie is Jealous.

Archie is Jealous

Archie is distrubed to discover Edith once spent an entire weekend with an old beau.

Poster for episode Maude.


Edith and Archie Visit Cousin Maude for her daughter Carol's Wedding.

Poster for episode Archie and the Editorial.

Archie and the Editorial

Archie goes on TV to rant about the negative aspects of gun control. He soon regrets what he's said when he meets two people who agree with him ... a pair of robbers who hold up Archie at gunpoint. Archie sees the need for gun control, as a way to keep guns out of the hands of criminals.

Poster for episode Archie's Fraud.

Archie's Fraud

Archie is audited by the IRS after he fails to report income he made driving Munson's taxicab.

Poster for episode The Threat.

The Threat

Archie can barely contain himself when the attractive young wife of an old army buddy spends an eventful night in the Bunker's household.

Poster for episode Gloria and the Riddle.

Gloria and the Riddle

Gloria and her college friend are working on a project for school, which shows the chauvinism of men. Archie, of course, is perturbed by it all. Gloria then poses a riddle to her father and Mike to test their chauvinism, about why a male doctor cannot operate on an accident victim who turns out to be the doctor's son. The men are stumped, but Archie decides unfairly to try to get at the answer by posing the same riddle to his friends down at Kelsey's Bar. They too can't come up with the answer. In the end, Edith easily answers the riddle, noting that the doctor isn't a male after all, but a woman!

Poster for episode Lionel Steps Out.

Lionel Steps Out

Archie's niece, whom he hasn't seen in years, visits the Bunker household. Lionel decides to take her out on a night on the town, much to Archie's disgust. After all, he thinks that blacks and whites don't mix. Nobody else shares his views, and Lionel finally tells Archie that, while he's played along in the past with his bigotry, he is not going to give in to him about who he should date.

Poster for episode Edith Flips Her Wig.

Edith Flips Her Wig

Edith is worried she may be a klepomantic after she absent-mindedly takes a wig from a department store.

Poster for episode The Bunkers and the Swingers.

The Bunkers and the Swingers

Edith wants some new friends for company, and before long, quickly finds someone in the personal ads. Archie hates the idea but goes along, allowing the Dingbat to invite them over for a social call. After Archie's usual round of insults and questioning, he decides to ask the couple what they like to do for fun. They swap spouses every now and then, they proudly state. "Oops," figures an unknowing Edith; "That Dingbat!" the eye-bulging (and also unknowing) Arch-ster fumes. The friendship goes downhill from there.

Poster for episode Mike Comes Into Money.

Mike Comes Into Money

Mike sparks the latest family feud when he donates two hundred dollars to George McGovern's presidential campaign instead of paying Archie for room and board.

Poster for episode Flashback: Mike and Gloria's Wedding (1).

Flashback: Mike and Gloria's Wedding (1)

On the Stivics' second anniversary, the family recalls the comedy of errors that transpired on their wedding day.

Poster for episode Flashback: Mike and Gloria's Wedding (2).

Flashback: Mike and Gloria's Wedding (2)

The Stivics' wedding is jeopardized when Michael's uncle insists, over Archie's virulent objections, that the marriage be performed by a Catholic priest.

Poster for episode The Locket.

The Locket

Edith's antique locket is missing and Archie sees it as a way to collect from the insurance company to buy a new television set. Confident of getting the insurance money, Archie orders a new color set, only to have an insurance adjuster arrive at the house to question the claim.

Poster for episode Mike's Appendix.

Mike's Appendix

Mike's emergency appendectomy precipitates an argument between Archie and Gloria regarding the proficiency of women doctors.

Poster for episode Edith's Winning Ticket.

Edith's Winning Ticket

When Edith finds some old lottery tickets that she has totally forgotten about, Archie hits the roof, claiming she was wasting money. However, Archie's attitude quickly changes when the family discovers one of the tickets is a winner; but there is a catch; Edith claims the tickets don't belong to her.

Poster for episode Archie and the Bowling Team.

Archie and the Bowling Team

Archie is ecstatic when, after waiting six years, there finally is an opening on the most prestigious bowling team, the Cannonballers, and he is asked to try out.

Poster for episode Archie in the Hospital (aka Archie Goes to the Hospital).

Archie in the Hospital (aka Archie Goes to the Hospital)

Archie befriends the other patient in his semiprivate room, unaware that he's black.

Poster for episode Oh Say Can You See.

Oh Say Can You See

The Family call the cops when the their front door is painted with a Nazi sign.

Poster for episode Archie Goes Too Far.

Archie Goes Too Far

Edith and Gloria end the lastest family brawl when they storm out of the house to spend the night on their own.

Poster for episode Class Reunion.

Class Reunion

Archie refuses to tag along to Edith's thirtieth high school reunion-- until he finds out that one of her beaus will be attending.

Poster for episode Hot Watch.

Hot Watch

Archie buys an expensive watch of dubious pedigree and has to find a jewerly who'll fix it with no questions asked.

Poster for episode Archie is Branded.

Archie is Branded

The Bunkers and Stivics learn a chilling lesson about violence leading to more violence. Bright one Sunday morning, they wake to find a swastika painted on the front door of 704 Hauser Street and a suspicous package on the doorstep. The Bunkers are all in a tiff and hastily tack an American flag over the swastika. That doesn't work too well -- a Boy Scout, doing his good deed for the day, notes the flag is hung wrong. The package, meanwhile, turns out to be harmless (it was merely cigars), but that revelation comes only after Edith -- thinking the package was ticking -- puts it underneath the faucet in the kitchen sink; turned out the Dingbat had left the kitchen timer on. Just as Archie's fuming about having to go without a cigar, Paul -- identifying himself as a member of the Hebrew Defense Association -- comes calling. He tells everyone the Bunker house has been mistaken for one down the street. After some very tense moments, Paul urges the family to take action with violent means. Archie's all for the idea, but Mike fruitlessly argues that violence only begets violence. That lesson comes too late for Paul; Archie witnesses the man getting blown up inside his car, and the suspects are the people from whom he tried to protect the Bunker family.

Poster for episode Everybody Tells the Truth.

Everybody Tells the Truth

The Bunkers and Stivics are out dining again, this time because the refrigerator is broken. Archie and Mike can't remain amicable for long, and before long, they're quibbling about the visit from the repairman and his helper, who is black. Both the Arch-ster and the Meathead have vastly different versions of the visit, with the focus of each story centering on a knife. Archie insists the helper (in his version, a foolish minstrel not unlike the old vaudeville shows) threatened him with a knife, while Mike says there was no knife at all. Both men tell stories that has the other side being the moody villian. Turns out only Edith can tell the truth: There indeed was a knife ... a pocket knife used to cut an apple for a snack.

Poster for episode Archie Learns His Lesson.

Archie Learns His Lesson

Archie attends night-school classes to qualify for a high school diploma

Poster for episode Gloria, the Victim.

Gloria, the Victim

Gloria comes home shaken, informing the family that she was the victim of an attempted sexual assault. She turns to the family for guidance and support. Gloria's attorney comes over to help give her legal advice, but when he tries to tell her that the defense attorneys will try to portray her as someone who got what she asked for, she decides to drop the charges.

Poster for episode The Battle of the Month.

The Battle of the Month

In a foul mood, Gloria lambasts Edith for her constant acquiescence to Archie's whims.

Poster for episode We're Having a Heat Wave.

We're Having a Heat Wave

Henry Jeffersons joins Archie in trying to prevent a Hispanic from moving into the neighborhood.

Poster for episode We're Still Having a Heat Wave.

We're Still Having a Heat Wave

As the Lorenzos settle in, Archie grows jealous of Edith's friendship with Irene.

Poster for episode Edith Finds an Old Man.

Edith Finds an Old Man

Edith befriends a lonely old man,through Archie is less than thrilled to have a constant reminder of his own advancing years hanging around the house.

Poster for episode Archie and the Kiss.

Archie and the Kiss

Gloria brings home a Rodin replica for the living room, but the erotic sculpture makes Archie cringe.

Poster for episode Archie, the Gambler.

Archie, the Gambler

Edith is deeply distrubed to find out Archie's been playing the horses after he promiesed never to gamble again.

Poster for episode Henry's Farewell.

Henry's Farewell

Archie finally meets George Jeffersons at Henry's going away party.

Poster for episode Archie and the Computer.

Archie and the Computer

Edith receives a small fortune in quarters as a result of a computer error.While another computer informs Archie that he's been offically declared dead.

Poster for episode The Games Bunkers Play.

The Games Bunkers Play

While Archie's away, the Stivics host a gathering where they play a group-therapy board game. Mike childly refuses to accept constructive criticism, becoming more rooted in his beliefs and viciously insulting father-in-law Archie when Gloria later confronts him. Mike turns to Edith in a last ditch effort for support, but she sticks up for her husband. While not condoning his beliefs, prejudices or mannerisms, Edith tells Mike (very frankly) that she's accepted her husband and understands him because of who he is and where he's come from. Mike has no choice but to accept.

Poster for episode Edith's Conversation.

Edith's Conversation

Archie thinks Irene Lorenzo is trying to convert Edith to Catholcism.

Poster for episode Archie in the Cellar.

Archie in the Cellar

While everyone's away for the night, Archie accidentally locks himself in the cellar (while lighting the furnace). All that he has is a tape recorder and a bottle of vodka. The end result has a drunken Archie contemplating his life. Eventually, he begs God to let him out of the cellar. Sure enough, the cellar door is opened -- by the furnace man who happens to be black!

Poster for episode Black is the Color of My True Love's Wig.

Black is the Color of My True Love's Wig

Gloria is insulted when Michael's ardor is removed after she dons a cheap dime-store wig.

Poster for episode Second Honeymoon.

Second Honeymoon

It's Archie and Edith's 25th anniversary, and Edith wants to go somewhere for a second honeymoon. Archie, however, would just rather go about his life like normal. It takes some wrangling by Mike and Gloria, but Archie finally gives in. And he doesn't regret it ... he finds himself falling in love with an ever grateful Edith all over again!

Poster for episode The Taxi Caper.

The Taxi Caper

An influential politican attempts to dissuade Archie from pressure charges against his son after the boy robs Archie in Munson's cab.

Poster for episode Archie is Cursed.

Archie is Cursed

Irene challenges Archie to a pool march, but he begs off, complaining of a sore back.

Poster for episode Edith's Christmas Story.

Edith's Christmas Story

During the Christmas holidays, Edith tries to hide the fact the she may have breast cancer.

Poster for episode Mike and Gloria Mix it Up.

Mike and Gloria Mix it Up

The stiyics' love life reaches another imprasses when Michael is put off by Gloria's romantic aggressiveness.

Poster for episode Archie Feels Left Out.

Archie Feels Left Out

Archie refuses to attend his own birthday party.

Poster for episode Et Tu, Archie?.

Et Tu, Archie?

Archie sabotages an old friend's efforts to land a job at the loading dock because he's afraid the man might be in line for his position.

Poster for episode Gloria's Boyfriend.

Gloria's Boyfriend

Gloria's new friend is George, a retarded man who's employed as an errand boy at the local market. While George is at the house delivering groceries, Archie decides he should stay for a visit, insulting him and getting him to do menial tasks for his own amusement. Archie ends up getting George fired, upsetting everyone, including George's father, who comes over to confront Archie. George ends up getting a new job all by himself, proving something to himself and to Archie.

Poster for episode Lionel's Engagement.

Lionel's Engagement

Archoe square off with George Jefferson's mother when he and Edith attend Lionel's engagement party.

Poster for episode Archie Eats and Runs.

Archie Eats and Runs

The Bunker's are in a panic after Archie eats a stew made from mushrooms that might have been containmated.

Poster for episode Gloria Sings the Blues.

Gloria Sings the Blues

Gloria is bewildered after she falls temporarily out of life with Michael, until she discovers her mother went through the same thing with Archie.

Poster for episode Pay the Twenty Dollars.

Pay the Twenty Dollars

Archie unwillingly passes George Jefferson a counterfeit twenty-dollar bill and sets off a string of hilarious exchange as the family attempts to rectify the error.

Poster for episode Mike's Graduation.

Mike's Graduation

Archie's spirit soar on Mike's grduation day, until he discovers that his meathead son-in-law has accepted a fellowship and wont's be moving out for another year.

Poster for episode The Bunkers and Inflation (1).

The Bunkers and Inflation (1)

The bunker's breadwinner tries to avoid breaking the news that his union has called a strike.

Poster for episode The Bunkers and Inflation (2) (aka Archie Underfoot).

The Bunkers and Inflation (2) (aka Archie Underfoot)

Tempers flare in the Bunker household when Archie finds himself with nothing to do but sit around the house.

Poster for episode The Bunkers and Inflation (3) (aka Edith the Job Hunter).

The Bunkers and Inflation (3) (aka Edith the Job Hunter)

When strike negotiations bog down, Archie grudgingly trades places with Edith and allows her to take a job at Jefferson's dry cleaners.

Poster for episode The Bunkers and Inflation (4) (aka Archie's Raise).

The Bunkers and Inflation (4) (aka Archie's Raise)

Archie's union serttles the strike,but under terms that effectively leave him worse off than he was before the walkout.

Poster for episode Lionel the Live-In.

Lionel the Live-In

Lionel and his father, George, have a major fight over Lionel's fiance, Jenny (because she comes from a racially mixed couple). His night of sleep disrupted because of the high-decibel argument, Archie really gets angry when Lionel comes over, wanting to spend the night. Lionel gets his way and decides the next day, after the argument continues, that he might be living at the Bunkers for awhile. Louise eventually gets the stubborn two sides to make up.

Poster for episode Archie's Helping Hand.

Archie's Helping Hand

The reising tide of feminism confronts Archie on all sides when Edith joins a women's group and Irene lands a job alongside him on the loading dock.

Poster for episode Gloria's Shock.

Gloria's Shock

Gloria shocked whem Mike announces that he doesn't plan on having children.

Poster for episode Where's Archie? (1).

Where's Archie? (1)

Edith holds her first Tupperware party under a cloud of worry when Archie disappears on his way to a union convention in Buffalo.

Poster for episode Where's Archie? (2) (aka Archie is Missing).

Where's Archie? (2) (aka Archie is Missing)

With no word from Archie after twenty-four hours, the family faces the possibility that he might've run off with another woman.

Poster for episode The Longest Kiss.

The Longest Kiss

Archie returns from his sorry adventure -he get the sidetracked to a podiatrists' convention in Rochester- to find his friends and family celebrating his return with kissing contests,Hula Hoops, and ballroom dancing.

Poster for episode Archie and the Miracle.

Archie and the Miracle

After an accident on the loading dock brings Archie within inches of his life,he suddenly becomes a devout-if somewhat hypocritical- churchgoer.

Poster for episode George and Archie Make a Deal.

George and Archie Make a Deal

George Jefferson seeks Archie's help when he runs for local political office.

Poster for episode Archie's Contract.

Archie's Contract

Irene and the Jeffersons bail the Bunkers out after Archie buys two thousand dollars'worth of aluminum siding from a fast-talking saleman.

Poster for episode Mike's Friend.

Mike's Friend

Gloria is made to feel like an intellectual outcast when she spends the evening with Mike and his graduate-school friends.

Poster for episode The Best of All in the Family (1).

The Best of All in the Family (1)

A look back at the frist five seasons of all in the family with flashbacks, this episode was hosted by Henry Fonda.

Poster for episode The Best of All in the Family (2).

The Best of All in the Family (2)

Henry Fonda hosts an hour-long retrospective of high points from the show's first four years.

Poster for episode Prisoner in the House.

Prisoner in the House

A plumber's assistant causes Archie agony when he finds out the worker is a convient on a wotk-realease program from Sing Sing.

Poster for episode The Jeffersons Move Up.

The Jeffersons Move Up

The Bunkers bid fond farewell to the Jeffersons when their neighbors abandon Queens for the nouveau-riche life in a Manhattan high rise.[This episode was the pilot for "The Jeffersons."]

Poster for episode All's Fair.

All's Fair

Gloria gives Edith a lesson in marriage assertiveness.

Poster for episode Amelia's Divorce.

Amelia's Divorce

Edith is surprise to discover that her couisin Amelia's ideal marriage is rotten to the core.

Poster for episode Everybody Does It.

Everybody Does It

Archie takes a box of nails from work to repair the cellar stairs. Mike tells him stealing from the company isn't right, because that's how companies lose money and have to raise prices. Archie defends his actions by reasoning, "Everybody does it!" The argument quickly swells into a debate over morality.

Poster for episode Archie and the Quiz.

Archie and the Quiz

Archie feels the weight of his own mortality after a magazine quiz on life expectancy gives him another seven years- tips.

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Edith's Friend

Edith is reunited with her chilhood sweetheart when she returns to her hometown for a wedding.

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No Smoking

The Bunker house is locked in a little of will after Mike vows he can go without food longer than Archie can abstain from smoking.

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Mike Makes His Move

After a fruitless seach fornew lodgings, Mike and Gloria agree to rent George Jefferson's old house-even though it means living next door to Archie.

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The Very Moving Day

Gloria is nervous about announcing her unexpected pregnancy because of Mike's stubborn attitude overpopulation.

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Alone at Last

Teary farewells turn into fireworks when Mike hits Archie with five years of repressed rage, only to discover that he and Gloria can't move out for another week after Mike reveals he forgot to turn on the gas and electricity of his new home.

Poster for episode Archie, the Donor.

Archie, the Donor

Archie tries impress his boss by making the maximum contribution to his favorite charity and unwittingly dontes his body to medical science.

Poster for episode Archie, the Hero.

Archie, the Hero

Archie gets a rude shock when the tall,classy dame whose life he saved in a taxicab turns out to be a man.

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Mike's Pains

Mike must decide if he wants to be in the delivery room during the birth of the baby.

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Chain Letter

Archie's refused to particpate in a chain letter triggers a string of unlikely events.

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Mike Faces Life

Mike becomes the sole support of a growing family when Gloria loses her job because of her pregnancy.

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Edith Breaks Out

Archie feels abandoned after Edith begins to volunteer part-time at the Sunshine Home fro the Elderly.

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Grandpa Blues

Archie has difficuly keeping his blood pressure down for a company physical after the family launches into a heavy debate over the baby's name.

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Gloria Suspects Mike

Gloria suspects handy-panky when she meets the beautifull blonde Mike's been tutoring after school hours,

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The Little Atheist

Their baby isn't even born, but Mike and Gloria announce their child's religion will be up to him or her. Archie decides the baby will be raised a Christian, and the argument spills over into Thanksgiving dinner.

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Archie's Civil Rights

Archie gets a lesson in civil liberties when he's arrested using outlawed tear gas to protect himself against a mugger.

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Gloria is Nervous

Gloria takes out her frustrations about being pregnant on Mike.

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The Baby (1)

It appears that Gloria may have her first baby in an Italian restaurant.

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The Baby (2)

Edith and Archie cause havoc at the hospital when Gloria is about to have her baby.

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New Year's Wedding

The stivics have a spat when Michael volunteers their living room for a wedding ceremony without even consulting Gloria.

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Archie, the Babysitter

Archie sees a chance to get rich quick when he befriends an old watchman who's got a surefire invention.

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Archie Finds a Friend

It looks like Archie has turned over a new leaf when he befriends a Jewish man.

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Mike's Move

Mike's integrity is put to the test when he loses a teaching position to an equally qualified black candidate.

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Archie's Weighty Problem

Energentic Justin Quigley inspires Achie to stick with the stick diet his doctor has recommended.

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Love by Appointment

Mike and Gloria's sex life suffers after they have to begin planning their encounters around the baby's feeding schedule.

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Joey's Baptism

Another argument ensues about what religion Joey will be raised. Mike and Gloria make it clear to Archie they do NOT want the baby baptized, and Edith stands behind them. But Archie decides the baby will be baptized, by hook or by crook. While Mike and Gloria are out, Archie (over Edith's objections) cleverly scoots out of the house with Joey in tow, scurrying down to the local church. After he unsuccessfully persuades a pastor to perform the baptism, Archie does it himself.

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Gloria and Mike's House Guests

Doesn't Archie know how to keep his furnace working? It got him stuck in the basement on a drunken weekend a coupla years back; now it's got him and Edith stuck over at Mike and Gloria's for a few days. That's bad enough that the four of them have to share a roof again, but frustrations and tempers flare when the power goes out.

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Edith's Night Out

Edith abandons her stick-in-the-mud husband to liven things up on her own during an evening out ay Kelly's Bar.

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Archie's Brief Encounter (1)

Edith's increasing responsibilities at the Sunshine Home leaves Archie lonely, and he turns to Denise, a waitress at the local diner, for love and companionship. Things quickly escalate into romance, and before long, the two kiss!

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Archie's Brief Encounter (2)

Archie's near-affair with Denise -- prompted by Edith's increased duties at the Sunshine Home -- nearly goes too far, and he decides it's maybe best to end the relationship. But it's too late ... Edith suspects something is up when Archie constantly comes home late without explanation. And no, she isn't buying his excuse about it being bowling night, as she's found a telephone number he left by the phone. Archie confesses, leading a shaken and angered Edith to leave home.

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Archie's Brief Encounter (3)

It's been a few days since Edith has left Archie because of his affair, as now she's spending all her time at the Sunshine Home. It's up to Mike and Gloria to reunite the two and get Edith to forgive Archie for his near-affair with Denise.

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The Unemployment Story (1)

Archie's self-esteem takes a beating when he loses his job on the loading dock.

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The Unemployment Story (2)

A college grad threatens to commit suicide after he loses a jaintor's job to Archie.

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Archie's Operation (1)

Archie's trip to the hospital is an ethnic nightmare. He's admitted by a Puerto Rican receptiontist, treated by a Jewish physician, and is forced to accept a blood transfusions from a black doctor.

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Archie's Operation (2)

Archie recuperates in record time after he's called back to work-with a raise and a promotion.

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Beverly Rides Again

As a practical joke, Archie fixes up one of his drinking buddies with female impersonator Beverly La Salle.

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Teresa Moves In

The Bunkers take in a boarder to help revive their battered budget.

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Mike and Gloria's Will

Mike and Gloria are having a discussion over who will take care of Joey, just in case there comes a time when both of them are unable to care for the little tyke before his 18th birthday. Mike has serious reservations over allowing in-laws Archie and Edith to get custody of Joey, particularly due to what he perceives as Archie's bad influences. Gloria is having a hard time convincing Mike otherwise and gives in to Mike's rhetoric. Mike's suspicions are confirmed when Archie and Edith return with Joey after a day of playing in the park. What's that Joey's got in his hands? Why, a toy machine gun that Grandpa had bought him. Of course, Mike (being dead set against gun violence) immediately is very angry and tells Archie that toy guns could influence children's behavior later on. Tempers really escalate when Mike grabs the plastic gun from Archie and breaks it over his knee. After the two continue to argue, Mike lets slip that he is considering including a clause in the Stivics' will that will grant custody of Joey to friends, if something should happen to both Mike and Gloria. Now Archie becomes really, really, really, really angry at his son-in-law, but unexpectedly (but understandibly so), so does Edith. After Archie storms out to allow relieve his very high blood pressure, a calmed-down Mike tries to reason with Edith, saying that he has no problems with her, the problem is Archie. But Edith shoots back, reminding Mike that, although Archie is far from perfect, he is a good man and loves Joey, and that he would always do what was right for his grandson and never do anything that was morally objectionable. After Mike and Gloria talk it over some more, and Gloria also comes to her father's defense, they decide ... not to make a decision right now. The decision seems to sooth Edith and satisfy Archie. But Archie still has one matter to clear up – that toy gun; he wants Joey to have a toy machine gun and, in the coda, tries to get the money to pay for a new one out of Edith's purse!

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Mr. Edith Bunker

Edith saves a man's life and becomes the toast of the town,but Archie isn't happy standing in the shadow of her limelight.

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Archie's Secret Passion

Edith discovers Archie once had a brief encounterswith an old high school friend she's invited to dinner.

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The Baby Contest

Archie enters Joey in a newspapers's beautifull-baby contest, against the express wishes of Mike and Gloria.

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Gloria's False Alarm

Gloria insists that Mike get the vasectomy he's talked about for years.

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The Draft Dodger

It's Christmas day, and a big dinner is planned at the Bunkers. The guests include Archie's friend, Pinky, and Mike and Gloria's friend, David Brewster. Knowing his father-in-law, Mike decides its best to keep the David's secret a secret. Seems the friend is a draft dodger who has moved to Canada to avoid getting drafted and thus, his participation in a conflict he believed was wrong. But of course, Archie uses his gift of questioning (after Edith lets slip David's country of residence) to get David to come clean. Uh oh, that gets Archie's blood pressure and everyone's tempers flaring, and before long, the Bunkers' house is treated to a full-scale argument. An emotional Archie condemns David for dodging the draft, and that Congressmen alone have the wisdom to decide the United States' participation status. The others' attempts to change the topic fall on deaf ears, as Archie gets on a roll about how the young bespectacled man represents everything that's wrong with the younger generation. Of course, Mike stands behind his friend and is equally emotional about his views. But the young man gets unexpected support from Pinky. Seems that he, too, shared Archie's views ... until his son, Steve, who also believed the war was wrong but "did what he had to do" by enlisting. Steve ended up killed in action. Pinky tells Archie (and the others) he wishes that Steve could be with him to share Christmas dinner, and then tells David how proud he is of him of standing by his convictions. Archie can't stand it, and even a visiting group of carolers and Edith's reassurance that everything's gonna be alright can't calm Archie down.

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The Boarder Patrol

Returning home unexpectedly, Archie and Edith surprise a scantily clad Teresa and her boyfriend.

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Archie's Chair

Mike accidentally breaks Archie's beloved chair, and decides to have it fixed without his knowledge of what happened. The repair shop accidentally sells the chair to an art museum, leaving Mike with a lot of worry and explaining to do when Archie gets home. Archie indeed hits the roof when he sees his chair gone, and a frantic search begins for the chair.

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Mike Goes Skiing

Mike asserts his independence by leaving Gloria behind while he joins his friends on a weekend skiing trip.

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Stretch Cunningham, Goodbye

Archie gets the news that his friend, comic Stretch Cunningham, has died. He's asked to give the eulogy for Stretch, but declines after learning the funnyman was Jewish. Archie eventually relents and gives an emotional sermon about how important it is to laugh.

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The Joys of Sex

Both Gloria and Mike help Edith and Archie express their sexual interaction after catching Edith reading How to be your Husband's Mistress.

Poster for episode Mike, the Pacifist.

Mike, the Pacifist

Stranded in a subway train with different personalities, Mike is shocked when he punches a man for the very first time in his life after the man had pushed Gloria aside.

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The Bunkers and Teresa wake up with their bathroom on fire! Archie expects money cashing in from the insurance company, until he finds out he's guilty for starting the fire.

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Mike and Gloria Split

Before bedtime, Mike and Gloria have a game of Scrabble in which Mike ends up winning. He uses this game as an opportunity to rub Gloria's nose in the fact that he has to be better at everything, leading to an argument between the two. Gloria asserts that this is because Mike has had the chance to go to college and use his skills, while she hasn't had the chance yet, bringing up the fact that Mike promised her three years ago that chance. Gloria accuses Mike of ruining her life, causing him to walk out and try to spend the night at Archie and Edith's house. Archie and Mike reluctantly become roommates, which ends up in disaster. Archie then scolds Mike for trying to correct everybody's way of doing and saying things. Realizing his mistake, Mike goes home and apologizes to Gloria for being pompous, and Gloria apologizes to Mike for saying he ruined her life.

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Archie, the Liberal

When Archie and the guys at the lodge are being called bigots in the papers because they are only white, Archie suggests to initiate a black jewish guy.

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Archie's Dog Day Afternoon

Archie must spend his afternoon at the vet when his accidently runs over Barney's annoying--but cute--dog with his cab.

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Archie Gets the Business (1)

When Kelsey finally decides to sell his bar, nothing will stop Archie from getting it--even if it means forging Edith's signature against her will.

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Archie Gets the Business (2)

Edith is upset when she discovers Archie has forged her signature to get the bar. But Mike will influence Mrs. Bunker to change her mind.

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Cousin Liz

When Cousin Liz dies, Edith and Archie learn more about her than they ever thought. When roomate of Liz, Veronica, comes out of the closet to Edith, she also admits that she was more than just roomates with Liz.

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Edith's 50th Birthday (1)

Before Edith arrives home, Gloria and Mike teaches Archie the plan for Edith 50th birthday surprise party which will be taken at 6 o'clock at the Stivics house. Edith comes back home while Archie and the Stivics leave to decorate the house for the party. A sudden knock at the door reveals a cop. Edith welcomes the policeman inside the house who claims that there's a rapper in town but he slips out that it's him. Edith is held at gunpoint and pushed on the couch. The rapist slowly strips Edith! Before it can go any longer, the phone rings. The rapist orders Edithto get rid of the caller as soon as possible. When she does, Archieknocks at the door, wondering why the hell is the door locked. Therapper hides himself in the closet and once again orders Edith to getrid of Archie. She does as quickly as possible. Still stranded in the house with the armed man, they suddenly smell something burning. It was the cake which Edith previously started to bake. They rush to the oven where the room is just smoke. When she it pulls, she tosses the hot cake in the rapist's face and rushes outside the kitchen door, but he stops her. She kneels him in the groin and exits as soon as possible out of the front door and interupts the party into Archie's arms.

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Edith's 50th Birthday (2)

When Edith tells the story to the family in tears, Gloria and Mike believe she should report to the police while Archie fears Edith will be the one going to jail. Two weeks later, Edith is still ironing sheets for no reason and keeps running upstairs when someone knocks on the door. Gloria tells her dad to give her some TLC (Tender Loving Care). But while he does so, Gloria gets a call from the policemen asking her to identify the rapist. Edith fears. But with convincing, Archie takes Edith to the police stations.

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Unequal Partners

Archie must delay his weekend fishing trip with Barney when Edith announces that she has invited people from the SunShine Home to attend an elderly couple's wedding at 704 on the same day Archie planned to leave.

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Archie's Grand Opening

On the eve of his grand opening, Harry quits Archie's bar when the bigot bosses Harry around. Helpless, Edith and the Stivics come on time and gladly decide to help out. With a great crowd, Archie faces more problems; Mike can't get the right mixes, Edith sings, the guys are after Gloria and not only that, Archie's boss at the loading docks arrive where Archie quits, upseting Edith.

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Archie's Bitter Pill (1)

Archie is depressed when his saloon has gone slow. That's when his friend offers him some pills that cheers up. Archie takes in two when Edith and the Stivics visit Archie at the bar. Archie, overly excited, discusses his dreams of his bar where it will be extended to other states and people will love it. When the pills slowly fade out of Archie's system, he realises that his dream may never come true, and falls in the arms of his wife in tears

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Archie's Bitter Pill (2) (aka Archie's Road Back)

It's been a few days since new business owner Archie has gotten off those little white pills that ended up doing more harm than good. Going through the withdrawl symptoms, Archie's retreated to the bedroom, and he ain't coming out! He's just going to sit there and sulk, waiting for the world to go away. Concerned for her husband, Edith invites his pal Harry to the house, where he offers the Arch-ster friend the deal of a lifetime: "Let's be partners," offers Harry. It takes some wrangling by everyone, but Archie finally agrees. It isn't long before Archie's back to his old self.

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Archie and the KKK (1)

Archie is invited to a meeting with some pals. THey discuss about Mike's article in the newspaper on how offending it is. The leader asks Archie if he wants to join them and give Mike and lesson he'll never forget. Archie agrees, little does he know he just initiated the KKK (Kweens Kouncil of Krusaders).

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Archie and the KKK (2)

Mike and Gloria learn about Archie's pending membership into the KKK, and really get angry. But that's just putting things mildly when everybody learns the Stivic house is being targeted for a cross-burning. Mike tells Archie he wants nothing more to do with him, and does not want him seeing Joey ever again. Archie confronts the Klan's leader, who lets on to their plans to burn a cross on Mike's front lawn. Archie tells the leader in no uncertain terms he is totally against hate crimes (especially since he does not want Joey to see a symbol of Christianity used for hate acts) and that he will do anything it takes to stop it from happening. Needless to say, Archie does not join the KKK.

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Mike and Gloria Meet

The family relive the Mike and Gloria's blind date by their friends, where they first insulted each other and ended up having sex in the kitchen.

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Edith's Crisis of Faith (1)

Edith looks forward to Christmas with her family, but she becomes disillusioned when she witnesses Beverly (her female impersonator friend) get brutally murdered by a street gang on Christmas eve.

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Edith's Crisis of Faith (2)

Edith decides to shun her Christian faith after witnessing Beverly's murder and Mike get assaulted while trying to defend him. Her new attitude has everyone concerned, and it's up to Mike to convince her that God was not responsible for the crime perpetrated by criminals.

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The Commercial

Edith is chosen to appear in a tv commericial but finds herself unable to lie when she begins to doubt the quality of the sponsor's detergent.

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Super Bowl Sunday

Archie's Place is robbed on Super Bowl Sunday, the buiest day of the year.

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Aunt Iola's Visit

Archie refuses to let Edith's elderly aunt move into their spare bedroom, even after she's been turned away by every other relative.

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Love Comes to the Butcher

Archie is jealous when a lonely butcher lavishes attention on Edith.

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Two's a Crowd

Mike and Archie's have a long talk after they find themself locked in the storeroom of Archie's Place. Carroll O'Connor and Rob Reiner are splendid in this compelling exploration of their frequently tempestuous relationship. Locked in the quiet solitude of a cold cellar, each reveals a part of himself that's always been well guarded. And in the shadows of the dark basement, they begin to see each other in a new light. In Archie's touching monologue, he recalls the reverent devotion he always felt toward his father, and then dozes off in sorrow at the painful realization that he never earned the same respect from his own daughter. Michael doesn't say a word, but quietly reaches over to cover him in the warmth of the cellar's lone blanket. The sleeping King Lear never stirs when he finally earns a small gesture of fatherly respect--bestowed not by a daughter--but a son.

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Mike and Gloria are sure the romance has gone out of their marriage when even a weekend in the Poconous fails to reignite the spark.

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The Brother

Archie's estranged brother returns, after twenty-nine years, to smooth things over before he enters the hospital for a serious operation.

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Mike's New Job

The stivics prpare to move to California after Mike is offered a teaching position in Santa Barbara.

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The Dinner Guest

Edith is crushed when Mike and Gloria make their other plans after she's prepared a special farewell dinner in their honor.

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The Stivics Go West

The fateful day has arrived. A day that everyone has looked forward to with great joy ... and great sadness, too. It's time for Mike, Gloria and Joey to California, where Mike will take a professors' job at a university in the Golden Gate State. The household is full of emotion as everyone has their final conversations. Archie even lets on that he appreciated Mike's companionship during the past seven years, and wishes him well in his new job. After the final goodbyes and the Stivics car disappears into the distance, Archie and Edith retreat to their respective chairs. They sit there alone ... near tears and silent.

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Little Miss Bunker

Edith's cousin Floyd abandons his nine-year-old daughter, Stephanie, on the Bunkers' doorstep.

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End in Sight

Archie spends a night wallowing in self-pity when an insurance physical reveals an ominous spot on his liver.

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Reunion on Hauser Street

The Bunkers attempt to reunite Blanche and Barney Hefner after her latest fling with an exterminator fizzles

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What'll We Do with Stephanie?

The Bunkers decide to keep Stephanie after her father fails to reclaim her as promised.

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Edith's Final Respects

By herself, Edith goes to pay respect for her Aunt Rose's funeral. Nobody has bothered to come, other than Edith, until a young man who actually enters in the wrong room. Meanwhile back at home, Stephanie asks Archie how it feels being dead.

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Weekend in the Country

Archie and Edith are invited to spend a fishing weekend with Barney and Blanche at their cottage. But after a game of Monopoly, an argument between Barney and Blanche begins. That night, Archie is uncomfortable to sleep with a man (Barney) in bed, while Edith and Blanche rate their husbands as a lovers. By the end, Blanche and Barney makeup and Archie tries to forget everything.

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Archie's Other Wife

At an American Legion convention, Archie plays tricks on his buddies with typical prank props. Pinky gets sick of Archie's joked so he settles a prank of his own. Pinky gets a black stewardess to sleep in bed with Archie, who is passed out. The next morning, Archie wakes up with the stewardess who swears they were married the night before. Archie gets out of control until she admits that it's all just a practical joke by Pinky. So the stewardess and Archie make a plan of their own. The stewardess comes out of the room terrified, and tells Pinky and Barney that Archie has died when he found out she was there. Believing her, Pinky and Barney enter the room where Archie acts out like he's dead. But hints slip out, and Pinky and Barney find out, so they play along. They say out loud (so Archie could hear) that they'll drop the body down the window and the stewardess also. Unable to hold it in, Archie admits he's the messee and not the messer.

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Edith Versus the Bank

With the TV broken, Edith decides to buy a new one for Archie for their 30th wedding anniversary. But when the clerk won't let Edith buy a TV without Archie's signature because she's a woman, she goes to the bank for a loan. There too, she can not borrow money because she is just a housewife with no job, making Edith furious. Helpless, Edith goes home and asks Archie for $500, but she won't tell him why (surprise). During their conversation, Edith discovers that Archie may be sexist also.

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Return of the Waitress

Edith finally confronts the waitress who tempted Archie's fidelity after Harry unwittingly hires her to work at Archie's Place.

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Bogus Bills

Edith is arrested for passing phony $10 bills she got from Archie's Place.

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The Bunkers Go West

After Mike and Gloria cancel their trip home for Christmas, the Bunkers decide to travel west for the holidays.

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California, Here We Are (1)

The Bunkers, with Stephanie in tow, travel to California to spend Christmas with Mike, Gloria and Joey. That's where Archie and Edith find out why they declined to come back to New York ... they've separated and are considering a divorce.

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California, Here We Are (2)

Archie -- who had just praised Mike for one of the few times during the series -- hits the roof when he learns (through Edith, no less) that Mike and Gloria are considering a divorce. Archie's reaction, however, is mild compared to when Mike lets slip one of the reasons for the marriage's problems. Seems that with Mike constantly busy at work and unable to spend time at home, Gloria had been seeing another man. Archie never thought he'd side with Mike on anything, but he does, unfairly and cruelly blaming Gloria for the marriage's decline (Mike just stands there in stunned silence). Edith, though, proves to be the rock of the family when, after putting Archie in his place (he had callously declared that he had a right to be angry at his daughter because the marriage was "God's business"), she wisely and kindly tries to mediate Mike and Gloria's problems and effect a reunion.

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A Night at the PTA

When Edith develops laryngitis on the eve of her singing debut at Stephanie's PTA recital, Archie steps in to understudy the duet.

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A Girl Like Edith

When Edith invites butcher Klemmer and his new sweetheart, a Russian who is the spitting image of Edith, she notices that Klemmer might have the hots for Edith and not for her.

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The Appendectomy

Edith and Archie rush Stephanie to the hospital for an emergency appendectomy on the eve of her 10th birthday. Luckily, the surgery goes perfectly, so they celebrate both Stephanie's birthday and the success of her operation.

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Stephanie and the Crime Wave

Archie and Edith are shocked when they discover that Stephanie has been stealing some of her favorite teacher's belongings, and the Bunkers's also. But Stephanie admits that she stole these things so that when she returns to her dad's, she'll have something to remember them by.

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Barney, the Gold Digger

When Blanche leaves Barney once again for good, Archie sets Barney up with an overweight but wealthy widow woman, Martha. Edith wonders if Barney might be in it just for the money. She tells her worries to Martha, but Martha implies that that is not true. When she sees in Barney's eyes, she sees her and not her money.

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The Return of Archie's Brother

When Archie's brother, Fred, visits Archie to open up a business, he also brings his 18 year old wife, Katherine. Both, Archie and Edith, and even Stephanie, are shocked as they find out. While the new bride and Edith cook supper, Archie and Fred argue about Katherine's age. Before dinner, Fred (and Katherine) leave the Bunker's home, canceling the business. In bed, Edith asks Archie if he were a single 55 year old man, would he go for a young girl. Archie answers no.

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Stephanie's Conversation

After Stephanie comes back from Sunday School, Rev. Chong visits Edith to tell her that even though she is welcome anytime at Sunday School, Stephanie is Jewish. Edith accepts it, unlike Archie. Selfishly, Archie decides to change Stephanie's religion but Edith interrupts that it's not his decision. So Edith brings Archie and herself to visit a Rabbi to get more information of the religion. Later that night, Stephanie awaits at the porch for the return of Edith and Archie. She and her uncle discuss and he approves that it's her decision and whatever religion she'll be, he'll love her the way he has.

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Edith Gets Fired

When an ill woman tells Edith to let her die with dignity at the SunShine Home, the woman's family members are furious after her death. The manager fires Edith for her selfishness, even though Edith honoured the woman's wish. But later, one of the woman's daughters thanks Edith for being with her mother as she passed away since she (the daughter) never got to visit her own mother back then.

Poster for episode All in the Family Retrospective (1).

All in the Family Retrospective (1)

Norman Lear hosts an affectionate look at the high points of his ground-breaking TV series.

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All in the Family Retrospective (2)

Norman Lear hosts an affectionate look at the high points of his ground-breaking TV series.

Poster for episode All in the Family Retrospective (3).

All in the Family Retrospective (3)

Norman Lear hosts high points ot the TV series.

Poster for episode The Family Next Door.

The Family Next Door

Louise Jefferson returns for a visit at the Bunker's place to ask Edith if she can sell her (Louise's) former house. Edith doubts but Archie makes her agree so that they (mostly he) can choose white people to move in. When Edith sells the house to a couple and she invites the lady to her house, Archie realises that the woman is black and so is her husband. But Archie isn't disturbed when he finds out that the man is a cop, which could be good for Archie's safety.

Poster for episode The Return of Stephanie's Father.

The Return of Stephanie's Father

Behind Stephanie's back, her father, Floyd, finally arrives with a devastating proposition for the Bunkers: they can keep Stephanie if they agree to pay him $1000 cash so that he can get help. After various arguments, the Bunkers get to keep Stephanie for her safety for only $100.

Poster for episode Too Good Edith.

Too Good Edith

On Archie's St. Patrick's Day Party at the tavern, he discovers that Edith is terribly ill after doing a lot of cooking for him. Sidney comes to the rescue and is able to save Edith before it's too late and he also tells Archie that he knew about her illness before and so did Edith. Sidney mentions that he did tell Edith to stay off her feet, but obviously, with the cooking for Archie, she didn't listen to his instruction. Archie visits Edith upstairs and is disappointed that she didn't get rest instead of doing something for his party. Instead of leaving to host it, Archie falls asleep in the arms of his lover, Edith.