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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'All In The Family' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'All In The Family':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

January 12, 1971: Meet The Bunkers
Season 1, episode 1
W: Norman Lear   D: John Rich

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson).
Series debut. A surprise anniversary party for the Bunkers deteriorates into an argument when Gloria and Mike accuse Archie of being racially prejudiced.

January 19, 1971: Writing The President
Season 1, episode 2
W: Paul Harrison, Norman Lear, Lennie Weinrib   D: John Rich

With Helen Page Camp (Nun).
Upon learning that his "meathead" son-in-law Mike has written a letter to the President, Archie becomes so upset that he writes an opposing letter to offset the "damage" of Mike's.

January 26, 1971: Oh, My Aching Back
Season 1, episode 3
W: Stanley Ralph Ross   D: John Rich

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), George Furth (Whitney Fitzroy IV), Salem Ludwig (Solomon Rabinowitz), Richard Stahl (Clarence V. Marshall).
Involved in a minor auto accident, Archie shrugs off the results until greed gets the better of him and he decides to try for a large settlement. Shopping around for representation, Archie decides only a Jewish attorney will do and is shocked when the firm he hires sends out a gentile.

February 2, 1971: Archie Gives Blood
Season 1, episode 4
W: Norman Lear   D: John Rich

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Jeannie Linero (Nurse), James Hong (Doctor).
Mike talks Archie into being a blood donor and winds up in a long-winded discussion about the racial "characteristics" of blood.

February 9, 1971: Judging Books By Covers
Season 1, episode 5
W: Norman Lear, Burt Styler   D: John Rich

With Linn Patrick (Jerry), Phil Carey (Steve), Anthony Geary (Roger), Billy Sands (Nick), Billy Halop (Barney), Bob Hastings (Kelsey).
Archie and son-in-law Mike's disparate views on homosexuality lead to accusations questioning the masculinity of specific friends of each of them.

February 16, 1971: Gloria's Pregnancy
Season 1, episode 6
W: Jerry Mayer   D: John Rich

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Holly Near (Mona).
When Gloria tells him that she's expecting a baby, Archie goes into a rage, causing the Stivics to go apartment hunting.

February 23, 1971: Mike's Hippie Friends Come To Visit
Season 1, episode 7
W: Phil Mishkin, Rob Reiner, Don Nicholl, Bryan Joseph   D: John Rich

With Corey Fischer (Jeff Walker), Jack Bender (Paul Goodrow), Jenny Sullivan (Robin).
Mike invites a young couple to spend the night at the Bunker house but runs into objections when Archie learns the visitors are not legally married.

March 2, 1971: Lionel Moves Into The Neighborhood
Season 1, episode 8
W: Don Nicholl, Bryan Joseph   D: John Rich

With Vincent Gardenia (Jim Bowman), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson).
Archie attempts to buy out a Negro family that plans to move in down the street.

March 9, 1971: Edith Has Jury Duty
Season 1, episode 9
W: Susan Harris, Don Nicholl, Bryan Joseph   D: John Rich

With Holly Irving (Clara Weidermeyer), Doris Singleton (Lydia Stonehurst).
Over Archie's objecitons, Edith accepts a call to serve on a jury hearing a murder case that may keep her away from home for weeks.

March 16, 1971: Archie Is Worried About His Job
Season 1, episode 10
W: Norman Lear, Don Nicholl, Bryan Joseph   D: John Rich

With Burt Mustin (Harry Feeney), Holly Irving (Clara Weidermeyer), Jack Perkins (Drunk), Sandy Kenyon (Dave).
Archie gets word his company is planning to lay off personnel and begins an all-night vigil to hear if he is going to lose his job.

March 23, 1971: Gloria Discovers Women's Lib
Season 1, episode 11
W: Norman Lear, Sandy Stern   D: John Rich

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson).
Gloria discovers women's liberation and winds up moving out of the Bunker household as a result of an argument with Mike when she demands he treat her as a complete equal.

March 30, 1971: Success Story
Season 1, episode 12
W: Burt Styler   D: John Rich

With Len Lesser (Billy Pendergast), George Savalas (Joe Frouge), Frank E. Ford (Fred Frouge), William Windom (Eddie Frazier), Herbie Faye (Delivery Man).
An old friend of Archie's, a fast-talking car dealer, arrives and prompts a reunion of old Army buddies.

April 6, 1971: The First And Last Supper
Season 1, episode 13
W: Jerry Mayer   D: John Rich

With Mel Stewart (Henry Jefferson), Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), William Benedict (Jimmy McNab).
At the time Archie is circulating a petition to keep more black families from moving into the neighborhood, Edith accepts an invitation for her and Archie to have dinner with Lionel's parents.





September 18, 1971: The Saga Of Cousin Oscar
Season 2, episode 1
W: Norman Lear, Burt Styler   D: John Rich

With Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Will B. Able (Rev. Felcher), Jack Grimes (Mr. Whitehead), Peggy Rea (Bertha), Connie Sawyer (Mrs. McNab), William Benedict (Jimmy McNab), M. Emmet Walsh (Billy).
The second season begins with the Bunker household facing a touchy and tragic situation when an unwelcome visiting relative dies in their home. Archie has second thoughts about giving his least favorite cousin a proper burial.

September 25, 1971: Gloria Poses In The Nude
Season 2, episode 2
W: Norman Lear, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), David Soul (Szabo Daborba).
Mike's best friend, a highly respected abstract artist specializing in nudes, comes to New York and asks Gloria to model for him.

October 2, 1971: Archie And The Lock-Up
Season 2, episode 3
W: Paul Wayne, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich

With Allan Melvin (Sgt. Pulaski), Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Ken Lynch (Callahan).
Mike is arrested as a protester in a peace demonstration, and when Archie tries to investigate the circumstances he's arrested and jailed with "Hippies, weirdos and freaks".

October 9, 1971: Edith Writes A Song
Season 2, episode 4
W: Lee Kalcheim   D: John Rich

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Cleavon Little (Coke), Demond Wilson (Horace).
A crook breaks into the Bunker house to avoid capture by the police and gets into a family argument about spending money from the family "pot".

October 16, 1971: Flashback: Mike Meets Archie
Season 2, episode 5
W: Phil Mishkin, Rob Reiner   D: John Rich

While celebrating Mike and Gloria's first wedding anniversary, the Stivics and Bunkers recall the traumatic day when Mike first met his reluctant future father-in-law.

October 30, 1971: The Election Story
Season 2, episode 6
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Barbara Cason (Claire Packer).
Archie doesn't intend to vote in a local election until he is confronted by the progressive candidate.

November 6, 1971: Edith's Accident
Season 2, episode 7
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich

With Barnard Hughes (Father John Majeski).
Edith's honesty infuriates Archie when she leaves a note on an unoccupied car which she dented accidentally.

November 13, 1971: The Blockbuster
Season 2, episode 8
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Thalmus Rasulala (Mr. Byrd), Peggy Rea (Bertha).
A family argument follows when Archie jumps at a black man's $35,000 offer for the house.

November 20, 1971: Mike's Problem
Season 2, episode 9
W: Alan J. Levitt, Phil Mishkin   D: John Rich

With Mel Stewart (Henry Jefferson), Brendan Dillon (Bartender).
Mike concern over upcoming examinations causes marital problems between him and Gloria.

November 27, 1971: The Insurance Is Canceled
Season 2, episode 10
W: Lee Kalcheim   D: John Rich

With Phil Proctor (Wendell), Rafael Campos (Little Emanuel).
Archie's day off turns from bad to worse when, after being told he must lay off one of his men, he also learns his insurance has been canceled.

December 4, 1971: The Man In The Street
Season 2, episode 11
W: Don Nicholl, Lennie Weinrib, Paul Harrison   D: John Rich

With Bob Hastings (Tommy Kelsey), Billy Halop (Bert Munson), Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), John K.M. Collins (TV Interviewer), Billy Sands (Man in Bar #2), Robert Gibbons (Man in Bar #3), Jack Griffin (Bill Hopper), Neil J. Schwartz (Levy).
A CBS "man on the street" interviewer approaches Archie to hear his views on President Nixon's economic policy.

December 11, 1971: Cousin Maude's Visit
Season 2, episode 12
W: Phil Mishkin, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich

With Bea Arthur (Maude Findlay).
The Bunker household is stifled when the flu bug hits them all, and Archie's illness takes a turn for the worse when his wife's favorite cousin -- and Archie's least favorite relative -- comes to their rescue.

December 18, 1971: Christmas Day At The Bunkers'
Season 2, episode 13
W: Don Nicholl   D: John Rich

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Mel Stewart (Henry Jefferson), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Noam Pitlik (Wilbur).
Instead of joy there's gloom in the Bunker household on Christmas Day. Archie didn't get his usual bonus this time of year. It takes Edith's womanly wiles to change the atmosphere.

January 1, 1972: The Elevator Story
Season 2, episode 14
W: Alan J. Levitt   D: John Rich

With Roscoe Lee Browne (Hugh Victor Thompson III), Eileen Brennan (Angelique McCarthy), Hector Elizondo (Carlos Mendoza), Edith Diaz (Serafina Mendoza).
Archie tries to act nonchalant when trapped in an elevator with a neurotic secretary, a wealthy black lawyer and an expectant mother and her husband.

January 8, 1972: Edith's Problem
Season 2, episode 15
W: Burt Styler   D: John Rich

With Jeannie Linero (Waitress).
Edith's erratic behavior puzzles the family and puts a damper on Archie's planned trip to a new resort.

January 15, 1972: Archie And The FBI
Season 2, episode 16
W: Susan Harris, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Graham Jarvis (Larry Grundy), Jon Korkes (Mr. Bradford).
Archie doesn't want to get involved when an investigator with the government comes to question him about one of his best friends and co-workers.

January 22, 1972: Mike's Mysterious Son
Season 2, episode 17
W: Warren S. Murray   D: John Rich

With Marcia Rodd (Marilyn Sanders), Stephen Manley (Boy).
The Bunkers get a sudden shock in the form of a 4-year-old boy whose mother claims he is Mike Stivic's son.

January 29, 1972: Archie Sees A Mugging
Season 2, episode 18
W: Phil Mishkin, Don Nicholl   D: John Rich

With Jack Somack (Tony Vicino), Val Bisoglio (Ralph Silvestri), Frank Campanella (Det. Perkins), Bill Macy (Uniformed Policeman).
Archie is the lone witness to a mugging, but tries to avoid getting involved by fabricating a story about the event.

February 5, 1972: Archie And Edith Alone
Season 2, episode 19
W: Lee Kalcheim, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich

With the kids off on vacation, Archie and Edith are faced with being alone for the first time in many years. Freedom and privacy soon turn into friction and unhappiness.

February 12, 1972: Edith Gets A Mink
Season 2, episode 20
W: Don Nicholl, Dave Pollack, Elias Davis   D: John Rich

With Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Rae Allen (Amelia DeKuyper), Richard A. Dysart (Russ DeKuyper).
The whole family argues with Archie when he demands that Edith not take charity and return a mink cape she received from her wealthy cousin.

February 19, 1972: Sammy's Visit
Season 2, episode 21
W: Bill Dana   D: John Rich

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Billy Halop (Bert Munson), Sammy Davis Jr. (Himself).
In a rare moment, Archie seems to have set aside his usual feelings towards blacks when he opens his heart and home to Sammy Davis Jr., who comes to pick up his briefcase which was left in the cab driven by Archie (who was doing a little moonlighting).

February 26, 1972: Edith The Judge
Season 2, episode 22
W: Lee Kalcheim   D: John Rich

With Jack Weston (Joe Girgis).
An emotional laundromat owner threatens to sue Archie for overloading one of his washing machines, and Archie counters with threats to sue him for ruining his clothes.

March 4, 1972: Archie Is Jealous
Season 2, episode 23
W: Rod Parker   D: John Rich

With Brendan Dillon (Bartender).
Archie becomes upset when Edith reveals a 25-year-old secret about a former beau. Archie's imagination runs wild and Mike then has to rescue him from the local saloon.

March 11, 1972: Maude
Season 2, episode 24
W: Rod Parker   D: John Rich

With Bea Arthur (Maude Findlay), Bill Macy (Walter Findlay), Marcia Rodd (Carol), Bob Dishy (David Green), Bernie West (Repairman).
Archie and Edith's cousin Maude go at it again when the Bunker clan travel to upstate New York to attend the wedding of Maude's daughter.





September 16, 1972: Archie And The Editorial
Season 3, episode 1
W: George Arthur Bloom, Don Nicholl   D: Norman Campbell

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Sorrell Booke (Lyle Bennett), Val Bisoglio (Gangster), Diane Sommerfield (Judy).
The third season gets underway. Archie, after arguing about a TV editorial favoring gun control, is cornered by Mike and talked into going to the station and demanding equal time for his opposing views.

September 23, 1972: Archie's Fraud
Season 3, episode 2
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: Norman Campbell

With Billy Halop (Bert Munson), James McEachin (Mr. Turner).
Archie didn't report his income from driving a cab on Sundays, but his boss did and now Archie faces trouble with the IRS.

September 30, 1972: The Threat
Season 3, episode 3
W: Michael Elias, Lila Garrett   D: John Rich

With Gloria LeRoy (Bobbi Jo).
The wife of the Air Force buddy who once saved Archie's life is coming to spend the night with the Bunkers and everyone is thrilled, until she arrives.

October 7, 1972: Gloria And The Riddle
Season 3, episode 4
W: Don Nicholl   D: Robert H. Livingston, Bob Lahendro

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Brendan Dillon (Bartender), Patricia Stich (Tammy), Billy Sands (Man In Bar).
Gloria poses a riddle with Women's Lib overtones that not only puzzles the family but also stirs an argument about women's place in society.

October 14, 1972: Lionel Steps Out
Season 3, episode 5
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Mel Stewart (Henry Jefferson), Dianne Hull (Linda).
Archie's bigotry boils over when he finds out that his 21-year-old niece, who is visiting from Baltimore, has been dating Lionel Jefferson.

October 21, 1972: Edith Flips Her Wig
Season 3, episode 6
W: Sam Locke, Olga Vallance, Don Nicholl   D: Hal Cooper

With Barnard Hughes (Father John Majeski), James Gregory (William R. Kirkwood).
After Edith is mistakenly arrested for shoplifting, she becomes obsessed with the idea she has inherited her aunt's kleptomania.

October 28, 1972: The Bunkers And The Swingers
Season 3, episode 7
W: Lee Kalcheim, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Vincent Gardenia (Curtis Rempley), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Rue McClanahan (Ruth Rempley).
Mike and Gloria are embarrassed to tell Edith that the ad she answered for a pen pal is really one for "swingers", who then decide to drop in for a visit.

November 4, 1972: Mike Comes Into Money
Season 3, episode 8
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich

When Mike inherits a few hundred dollars and donates most of it to a Presidential campaign, a feud ensues. Due to Mike's action, Archie decides Mike and Gloria should pay for and prepare their own meals.

November 11, 1972: Flashback: Mike And Gloria's Wedding (1)
Season 3, episode 9
W: Rob Reiner, Phil Mishkin   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Michael Conrad (Uncle Casimir).
On the Stivics' second anniversary, the family recalls how the wedding almost didn't take place because of disagreements between Archie and Mike's uncle Casimir.

November 18, 1972: Flashback: Mike And Gloria's Wedding (2)
Season 3, episode 10
W: Rob Reiner, Phil Mishkin   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Peggy Rea (Bertha), Peter Hobbs (Judge Polanski), Michael Conrad (Uncle Casimir).
In the conclusion of the two-part episode, the Bunkers proudly announce the marriage of their daughter Gloria to Mike.

November 25, 1972: The Locket
Season 3, episode 11
W: Robert Fisher, Arthur Marx   D: Hal Cooper

With Louis Guss (Deliveryman), Liam Dunn (Mr. Fairchild), John Randolph (Joe Peterson), Mario Roccuzzo (Angelo).
Archie makes an insurance claim on Edith's missing locket and orders a new television set with the money he expects -- only to have the claim challenged.

December 2, 1972: Mike's Appendix
Season 3, episode 12
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Ann Summers (Dr. McKenzie), John Zaremba (Anesthetist).
When it comes to having a female surgeon remove his appendix, Mike's usual liberal views turn chauvanistic. But before the family argument is settled on who will operate, Mike has to be rushed to the hospital and Archie picks the surgeon.

December 9, 1972: Edith's Winning Ticket
Season 3, episode 13
W: Don Nicholl   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Mel Stewart (Henry Jefferson), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson).
When Edith finds some old lottery tickets that she had forgotten about, Archie hits the ceiling over Edith's wasting money -- until he discovers that they are winning tickets.

December 16, 1972: Archie And The Bowling Team
Season 3, episode 14
W: Don Reo, Allan Katz   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Brad Logan (Moose Hansen).
Archie tries to get on an elite bowling team and thinks he has it made because his competition is a bad bowler and is black.

January 6, 1973: Archie In The Hospital
Season 3, episode 15
W: Don Nicholl   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Roscoe Lee Browne (Jean Duval), John Heffernan (Dr. Spence), Priscilla Morrill (Nurse).
Archie is bedridden with a painful backache and Mike is sure it's psychosomatic because evey time someone mentions that things are going fine at work without him, his pain gets worse.

January 20, 1973: Oh Say, Can You See
Season 3, episode 16
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Bob Hastings (Tommy Kelsey), Arlene Golonka (Tina), Larry Storch (Bill Mulheron).
Archie fears he's showing signs of getting old because of failing eyesight. An "old" friend suggests that dating young girls works wonders.

February 3, 1973: Archie Goes Too Far
Season 3, episode 17
W: Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Pamela Murphy (Trudy), Patty Weaver (Joanie), Mary Kay Place (Betty Sue).
Archie invades Mike and Gloria's privacy when he takes something from their room. The ensuing eruption causes the family to walk out on him, and he is forced to go to a "hippie, pinko, commie pad" for the reconciliation.

February 10, 1973: Class Reunion
Season 3, episode 18
W: Don Nicholl   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Viola Harris (Arlene), Joshua Shelley (Willis), Harvey Lembeck (Sam), Priscilla Morrill (Sarah), Rae Allen (Amelia DeKuyper), Evelyn King (Mavis), Bernie Kuby (Buck), Bernie Hamilton (Walter).
Archie isn't interested in attending Edith's high school reunion until he learns that her old boyfriend will be there.

February 17, 1973: The Hot Watch
Season 3, episode 19
W: Sam Locke, Olga Vallance   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Jack Tesler (Mr. Abrams).
Archie becomes concerned that a "fabulous" watch he bought on the docks might be stolen property, as Mike suggests.

February 24, 1973: Archie Is Branded
Season 3, episode 20
W: Vincent Bogert   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Billy Halop (Bert Munson), Patrick Campbell (Mailman), Gregory Sierra (Paul Benjamin), Michael Gregory (Jerry), John Putch (Boy Scout).
Archie's home is vandalized with a swastika on the front door, and he finds himself involved with a militant group.

March 3, 1973: Everybody Tells The Truth
Season 3, episode 21
W: Don Nicholl   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Ron Glass (Jack), Ken Lynch (Bob).
Through flashbacks, two different versions of what happened when Archie had an altercation with the refrigerator repairman are revealed.

March 10, 1973: Archie Learns His Lesson
Season 3, episode 22
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: Bob Lahendro, John Rich

Archie is embarrassed to tell Mike and Gloria that he is earning a high school diploma at night, so he invents cover stories for his nighttime absences.

March 17, 1973: Gloria, The Victim
Season 3, episode 23
W: Don Nicholl, Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Mel Stewart (Henry Jefferson), Charles Durning (Detective).
Archie and Mike are confused when Gloria arrives home from work behaving strangely and dressed in someone else's clothes.

March 24, 1973: The Battle Of The Month
Season 3, episode 24
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

Gloria and Edith fight over Archie's domination of Edith. This leads to a sleepless night in the Bunker house.





September 15, 1973: We're Having A Heat Wave
Season 4, episode 1
W: Don Nicholl   D: Bob Lahendro, John Rich

With Vincent Gardenia (Frank Lorenzo), Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo), Mel Stewart (Henry Jefferson), Victor Argo (Mr. Estrada).
The fourth season starts with Betty Garrett and Vincent Gardenia joining the cast as the Bunkers' newest neighbors, Frank and Irene Lorenzo. In the first show, Archie learns the house next door is for sale and embarks on a campaign to keep "undesirables" out of the neighborhood.

September 22, 1973: We're Still Having A Heat Wave
Season 4, episode 2
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Vincent Gardenia (Frank Lorenzo), Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo).
During the continuing heat wave, Archie continues to have trouble with his new neighbors. He can't sleep nights because of loud singing and Edith spends too much time visiting Irene.

September 29, 1973: Edith Finds An Old Man
Season 4, episode 3
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: Bob Lahendro, John Rich

With Burt Mustin (Justin Quigley), Ruth McDevitt (Jo).
Trouble starts in the Bunker house when the family finds an 82-year-old, pajama-clad stranger in their living room.

October 6, 1973: Archie And The Kiss
Season 4, episode 4
W: John Rappaport   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Vincent Gardenia (Frank Lorenzo), Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo).
Gloria admires the Lorenzos' statue of Rodin's "The Kiss", so Irene gives it to her. However, when she brings it home, Archie is infuriated.

October 13, 1973: Archie, The Gambler
Season 4, episode 5
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: Bob Lahendro, John Rich

With Bob Hastings (Tommy Kelsey), Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner).
The family wonders if Archie is hiding something when he comes home from work bearing gifts and good cheer.

October 20, 1973: Henry's Farewell
Season 4, episode 6
W: Don Nicholl   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Vincent Gardenia (Frank Lorenzo), Mel Stewart (Henry Jefferson), Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson).
Henry Jefferson's station in life is taking a giant step upward, and Archie is filled with mixed emotions about the situation.

October 27, 1973: Archie And The Computer
Season 4, episode 7
W: Lloyd Turner, Gordon Mitchell, Don Nicholl   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Jack Grimes (Mr. Whitehead), James O'Reare (Mr. Dundee).
Edith gets more than she bargained for when she sends in a coupon to a prune company for a free quarter, and the coins pour in without stopping.

November 3, 1973: The Games Bunkers Play
Season 4, episode 8
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo), Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Vincent Gardenia (Frank Lorenzo).
A game designed to aid communication between the players goes awry when Mike overreacts to what is being said about him.

November 10, 1973: Edith's Conversion
Season 4, episode 9
W: Ray Taylor   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo), Phyllis Avery (Sister Theresa), Barnard Hughes (Father John Majeski).
Archie's Protestant blood begins to boil when Edith takes to wearing a religious medal and attending Catholic services.

November 17, 1973: Archie In The Cellar
Season 4, episode 10
W: Don Nicholl   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Juan DeCarlos (Oil Man), Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo).
With the family away, Archie looks forward to a glorious weekend alone but that dream is soon shattered.

November 24, 1973: Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Wig
Season 4, episode 11
W: Michael Morris   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Vincent Gardenia (Frank Lorenzo).
Mike has an overzealous reaction to Gloria's "new look" in a black wig.

December 1, 1973: Second Honeymoon
Season 4, episode 12
W: Warren S. Murray, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Mel Bryant (Albert).
To celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary, Edith and Archie are going away for a second honeymoon -- but no one's told Archie.

December 8, 1973: The Taxi Caper
Season 4, episode 13
W: Dennis Klein   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Michael Pataki (Sgt. Roselli), Al Stellone (Sgt. Blair), Robert Mandan (Mr. Morrison).
Driving a cab to make extra money, Archie is robbed by a young man. He is eager to prosecute the suspect until an influential politician bribes him not to press charges.

December 15, 1973: Archie Is Cursed
Season 4, episode 14
W: John Rappaport, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Bob Hastings (Tommy Kelsey), Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson), Vincent Gardenia (Frank Lorenzo), Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo).
Archie gets into an argument about women in sports, and Irene Lorenzo challenges him to a game of pool.

December 22, 1973: Edith's Christmas Story
Season 4, episode 15
W: Don Nicholl, Austin Kalish, Irma Kalish   D: John Rich

With Vincent Gardenia (Frank Lorenzo), Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo), Scottie MacGregor (Nurse).
As the Bunkers prepare for Christmas, Edith returns from a checkup and confides in Gloria that she has a lump in her breast and it may be cancer.

January 5, 1974: Mike And Gloria Mix It Up
Season 4, episode 16
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich

After four years of marriage, Mike and Gloria have their first major spat when Mike begins to feel he's been taken for granted. Gloria starts it all by turning down a party date without consulting Mike.

January 12, 1974: Archie Feels Left Out
Season 4, episode 17
W: Paul Lichtman, Howard Storm, Don Nicholl   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Bob Hastings (Tommy Kelsey), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo), Ruth McDevitt (Jo), Burt Mustin (Justin Quigley).
Edith plans a surprise 50th birthday party for Archie, then decides to tell him so he won't get mad.

January 26, 1974: Et Tu, Archie?
Season 4, episode 18
W: Mickey Rose, Lila Garrett   D: John Rich, Bob Lahendro

With Vic Tayback (Joe Tucker), David Doyle (Jim Sanders).
Archie's old boss shows up at work after a long absence, looking for a job, and Archie gets suspicious.

February 2, 1974: Gloria's Boyfriend
Season 4, episode 19
W: Bud Wiser, Don Nicholl   D: John Rich

With Joseph Mascolo (Mr. Bushmill), Richard Masur (George Bushmill).
Archie becomes concerned when the retarded box boy at the local supermarket becomes interested in Gloria.

February 9, 1974: Lionel's Engagement
Season 4, episode 20
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich

With Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson), Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Zara Cully (Mother Jefferson), Kim Hamilton (Helen Willis), Lynne Moody (Jennie Willis), Charles Aidman (Louis Willis).
Lionel Jefferson announces his engagement and his proud parents decide to hold a party at the local hotel. Everyone is invited except Archie, who nevertheless "accepts".

February 16, 1974: Archie Eats And Runs
Season 4, episode 21
W: Paul Wayne, George Burditt   D: John Rich

With Joseph George (Injured Man), Jane Dulo (Nurse), Richard Stahl (Doctor).
Having eaten some mushrooms that were recalled from a local supermarket, Archie is convinced that he has food poisoning and rushes to the hospital for treatment.

March 2, 1974: Gloria Sings The Blues
Season 4, episode 22
W: Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: John Rich

Gloria suddenly feels very depressed about her lot in life and the family can't figure out why.

March 9, 1974: Pay The Twenty Dollars
Season 4, episode 23
W: Robert L. Goodwin, Woody Kling   D: John Rich

With Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson).
Archie and Lionel's father get in an argument over a $20 counterfeit bill and Edith and Mrs. Jefferson join in supporting their husbands.

March 16, 1974: Mike's Graduation
Season 4, episode 24
W: Don Nicholl   D: John Rich

With Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo).
Mike is preparing for his final exams and the family is finally facing the prospect of his college graduation. Mike is having nightmares about failing, Gloria is worried about being a housewife and Edith is saddened by the thought of the kids moving out. Only Archie seems happy.





September 14, 1974: The Bunkers And Inflation (1)
Season 5, episode 1
W: Don Nicholl, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo), Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson), Billy Halop (Bert Munson).
The fifth season starts with a four-part episode. The Bunker family's ability to cope with the high cost of living is sorely tested. Archie and Edith's 26th anniversary is marred by the chance that Archie's union may strike.

September 21, 1974: The Bunkers And Inflation (2)
Season 5, episode 2
W: Don Nicholl, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson).
With his union on strike, Archie spends his days getting sore feet on the picket line or getting underfoot around the house, while Edith tries to find ways to trim the family budget.

September 28, 1974: The Bunkers And Inflation (3)
Season 5, episode 3
W: Don Nicholl, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson).
When strike negotiations bog down, Archie grudgingly trades places with Edith and allows her to take a job at Jefferson's dry cleaners.

October 5, 1974: The Bunkers And Inflation (4)
Season 5, episode 4
W: Don Nicholl, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson), James Cromwell (Stretch Cunningham).
Archie's union serttles the strike, but under terms that effectively leave him worse off than he was before the walkout.

October 12, 1974: Lionel, The Live-In
Season 5, episode 5
W: Woody Kling   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson).
Lionel gets in a big fight with his father over a girlfriend and moves in with the Bunkers.

October 19, 1974: Archie's Helping Hand
Season 5, episode 6
W: Norman Belkin, Harriet Belkin   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo), Sorrell Booke (Joseph Sanders).
Archie is concerned because Irene is taking up too much of Edith's time, so he decides to get Irene a job.

October 26, 1974: Gloria's Shock
Season 5, episode 7
W: Dixie Brown Grossman   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo).
Archie is upset by the lack of respect kids show to parents nowadays and the family gets into an argument over whether it's worth having children the way the world is today.

November 2, 1974: Where's Archie? (1)
Season 5, episode 8
W: Harve Brosten, Barry Harmon   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo), Charlotte Rae (Lillian Henderson), Hector Elias (Alfredo Estrada), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Roxanna Bonilla (Maria Estrada).
The usually punctual, predictable Archie is hours overdue to a lodge convention in Buffalo and nobody has any idea of what's happened to him.

November 9, 1974: Where's Archie? (2)
Season 5, episode 9
W: Lloyd Turner, Gordon Mitchell   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With James Cromwell (Stretch Cunningham), Gloria LeRoy (Boom Boom Turner), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson), Nelson Welch (Mr. Ward), Allan Lurie (Sgt. Thompson).
Convention-bound Archie has been missing for almost 24 hours, and the family desperately grabs at straws in hopes of finding a clue to his whereabouts, rather than think the worst.

November 16, 1974: The Longest Kiss
Season 5, episode 10
W: Lou Derman, Bill Davenport   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson).
It's a red-letter day for the Bunker household; the missing Archie has been found -- at the wrong convention -- a victim of that ol' demon rum.

November 23, 1974: Archie And The Miracle
Season 5, episode 11
W: Lloyd Turner, Gordon Mitchell   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo), James Cromwell (Stretch Cunningham).
Archie almost gets killed when a packing crate falls close by at work and he suddenly becomes a church-goer.

November 30, 1974: George And Archie Make A Deal
Season 5, episode 12
W: David P. Harmon   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson).
George Jefferson decides to try his hand at politics, but despite his promises to do things for the district, he first has to win Archie's support.

December 7, 1974: Archie's Contract
Season 5, episode 13
W: Ron Friedman   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo), Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson), Dennis Patrick (Mr. Scanlon), Mike Wagner (Leonard), Ed Peck (Officer).
A shady aluminum siding salesman hustles Archie into signing a contract for house repairs.

December 14, 1974: Mike's Friend
Season 5, episode 14
W: Roger Shulman, John Baskin   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Greg Mullavey (Stuart Henderson).
Gloria is made to feel like an intellectual outcast when she spends the evening with Mike and his graduate-school friend.

December 21, 1974: The Best of All In The Family
Season 5, episode 15
W: Bernie West, Michael Ross   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Henry Fonda.
On this 100th show of the series, Henry Fonda hosts memorable moments that have occurred in the lives of Archie Bunker, his family and their friends during the history of the series, now in its fifth season.

January 4, 1975: Prisoner In The House
Season 5, episode 16
W: Bud Wiser, Lou Derman, Bill Davenport   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Cliff Osmond (Nick Howard), Sidney Clute (Mr. Strinski).
Archie Bunker is faced with a new crisis. The neighborhood plumber drops by for some repairs and Archie discovers his assistant is a convict on a work furlough.

January 11, 1975: The Jeffersons Move Up
Season 5, episode 17
W: Don Nicholl, Michael Ross, Bernie West   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson), Berlinda Tolbert (Jenny Willis), Franklin Cover (Tom Willis), Roxie Roker (Helen Willis), Paul Benedict (Harry Bentley), Zara Cully (Mother Jefferson), Ned Wertimer (Ralph the Doorman).
George Jefferson's cleaning business is doing so well that he decides to leave the "plain folks" (the Bunkers) and move uptown.

January 18, 1975: All's Fair
Season 5, episode 18
W: Lloyd Turner, Gordon Mitchell   D: H. Wesley Kenney

Archie has more problems when Mike and Gloria teach Edith a new method on how married people can fight fair.

January 25, 1975: Amelia's Divorce
Season 5, episode 19
W: Lou Derman, Bill Davenport   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With George Irving (Russell DeKuyper), Elizabeth Wilson (Amelia DeKuyper), Bob Hastings (Tommy Kelsey).
Edith's cousin Amelia and her husband Russell visit the Bunkers. In the past Edith was always envious of Amelia, but this time she realizes her marriage to Archie is not so bad after all.

February 8, 1975: Everybody Does It
Season 5, episode 20
W: Lou Derman, Bill Davenport, Susan Ware   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo).
Mike accuses Archie of being a thief when he brings a box of nails home from work, but a mysterious phone call turns the tables on Mike.

February 15, 1975: Archie And The Quiz
Season 5, episode 21
W: Michael Morris   D: H. Wesley Kenney

Archie Bunker becomes interested in taking a magazine's life-expectancy test. He does -- and fails.

February 22, 1975: Edith's Friend
Season 5, episode 22
W: Barry Harmon, Harve Brosten   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Ruth Manning (Aunt Rose), Tim O'Connor (Roy Johnson), Jane Rose (Aunt Clara).
Back home in Scranton, Pa., for a wedding, Edith runs into her childhood sweetheart and soon realizes that he has more on his mind than just reminiscing.

March 1, 1975: No Smoking
Season 5, episode 23
W: Lou Derman, Bill Davenport   D: H. Wesley Kenney

Mike and Archie have a bet that Archie will give up smoking for two days if Mike will give up eating for two days.

March 8, 1975: Mike Makes His Move
Season 5, episode 24
W: Lou Derman, Bill Davenport   D: H. Wesley Kenney

With Mike Evans (Lionel Jefferson), Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson), Burt Mustin (Justin Quigley), Ruth McDevitt (Josephine Nelson), Bob Hastings (Tommy Kelsey), Billy Halop (Bert Munson).
Archie has two causes to celebrate: the mortgage has been paid off and Mike gets a job as a college instructor.





September 8, 1975: The Very Moving Day
Season 6, episode 1
W: Hal Kanter   D: Paul Bogart

With Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo).
The sixth season opens as the Stivics move next door and Gloria's announcement makes the occasion even more joyful -- she's going to have a baby.

September 15, 1975: Alone At Last
Season 6, episode 2
W: Hal Kanter   D: Paul Bogart

Mike and Gloria finally move next door, and Mike immediately sets out to prove who is the boss in his new home.

September 22, 1975: Archie, The Donor
Season 6, episode 3
W: Bill Davenport, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With J.A. Preston (Black Elmo), Donald Randolph (Mr. Scott), Sorrell Booke (Joseph Sanders).
Archie's ambition to gain a promotion is going to cost him more than he bargained for.

September 29, 1975: Archie, The Hero
Season 6, episode 4
W: Lou Derman, Bill Davenport   D: Paul Bogart

With Billy Halop (Bert Munson), Lori Shannon (Beverly LaSalle), Sandy Kenyon (Jim Kitchener), Bob Hastings (Tommy Kelsey).
Archie's quick thinking saves the life of a woman, but he is soon horrified to learn that the woman he saved is no lady.

October 6, 1975: Mike's Pains
Season 6, episode 5
W: Lou Derman, Milt Josefsberg   D: Paul Bogart

With Francine Beers (Sybil Gooley).
Mike faces the dilemma of where to be for the birth of his child -- in the waiting room or delivery room.

October 20, 1975: Chain Letter
Season 6, episode 6
W: Lou Derman, Milt Josefsberg   D: Paul Bogart

With Robert Guillaume (Dr. Franklin), Beatrice Colen (Nurse), Bob Hastings (Tommy Kelsey), Billy Halop (Bert Munson).
Archie has no idea he's living dangerously when he rips up a chain letter and then begins to suffer a string of mishaps.

October 27, 1975: Mike Faces Life
Season 6, episode 7
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With George Furth (Gordon Crenshaw), Diane Shalet (Sheila Tishman).
Already hard-pressed by money problems, Gloria learns she has been fired because of her pregnancy.

November 3, 1975: Edith Breaks Out
Season 6, episode 8
W: Lou Derman, Bill Davenport   D: Paul Bogart

With James Hong (Waiter).
Edith rebels when Archie insists that she stop her volunteer work at the a home for the aged.

November 10, 1975: Grandpa Blues
Season 6, episode 9
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Sorrell Booke (Joseph Sanders), John Zoller (Dr. Ferguson), Greg Mabrey (Dr. Culver), Tracy Bogart (Nurse).
Irascible Archie must stay calm for the entire weekend so that his blood pressure will be low when he takes his mandatory company physical.

November 17, 1975: Gloria Suspects Mike
Season 6, episode 10
W: Lou Derman, Milt Josefsberg   D: Paul Bogart

With Bernadette Peters (Linda Galloway).
Gloria suspects the worst after Mike's once-a-week tutoring job becomes twice-a-week at a beautiful young girl's apartment.

November 24, 1975: The Little Atheist
Season 6, episode 11
W: Lou Derman   D: Paul Bogart

With Betty Garrett (Irene Lorenzo).
As Thanksgiving dinner gets cold, Archie and Mike lock horns over the soon-to-be-born baby's religion -- or lack of it.

December 1, 1975: Archie's Civil Rights
Season 6, episode 12
W: Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin   D: Paul Bogart

With Paulene Myers (Judge Frances MacKenzie), Frank Campanella (Officer Gorsky), John Alvin (Bailiff), Charles Siebert (D.A.).
Things go from bad to worse for Archie when he is mugged and it is him -- not the mugger -- who ends up on trial.

December 8, 1975: Gloria Is Nervous
Season 6, episode 13
W: Milt Josefsberg, Ben Starr   D: Paul Bogart

With Robin Wilson (Sylvia), Garn Stephens (Dotty), Suzanne Astor (Debbie), Madeleine Fisher (Vikki).
Gloria, nine days overdue on the arrival of her child, starts feeling depressed and unloved and takes out her frustrations on Mike.

December 15, 1975: The Baby (1)
Season 6, episode 14
W: Lou Derman, Bill Davenport, Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin   D: Paul Bogart

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Herb Voland (Ed Bradley), Victor Rendina (Antonio).
It appears that Gloria may have her first baby in an Italian restaurant.

December 22, 1975: The Baby (2)
Season 6, episode 15
W: Milt Josefsberg, Ben Starr   D: Paul Bogart

With Priscilla Morrill (Bernice), Gene Blakely (Dr. Shapiro), Barbara Cason (Nurse), Sudie Bond (Mrs. Stipic), Sharon Ullrick (Nurse).
The blessed event is imminent, and as Gloria and Mike arrive at the hospital they are met by a nervous Edith and overanxious Archie.

January 5, 1976: New Year's Wedding
Season 6, episode 16
W: Lou Derman, Bill Davenport, Milt Josefsberg, Ben Starr   D: Paul Bogart

With Billy Crystal (Al Bender), Elliott Reid (Harold Tannen), Joan Copeland (Elizabeth Tannen), Elaine Princi (Trudy Tannen), Joe Bratcher (Jack), Nancy Stephens (Anita), Bibi Osterwald (Mrs. Henshaw), Michael Mann (Rev. Harris).
Sparks begin to fly when Mike decides to change decisions which he and Gloria made together.

January 12, 1976: Archie, The Babysitter
Season 6, episode 17
W: Lou Derman, Bill Davenport   D: Paul Bogart

With Jack Somack (Tony Stilberforce), Joe Mantell (Sidney Schwartz), Ken Menard (Willie Johnson), Leslie Ackerman (Sharyn Talbot), Thad Geer (David Harper), Bob Hastings (Tommy Kelsey).
After firing little Joey's babysitter, Archie brings the child to the weekly poker game.

January 26, 1976: Archie Finds A Friend
Season 6, episode 18
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Jack Gilford (Bernard Bernstein).
It looks like Archie has turned over a new leaf -- he's befriended a Jewish man, a watchmaker who has devised a scheme to make them both millionaires.

February 2, 1976: Mike's Move
Season 6, episode 19
W: Milt Josefsberg, Ben Starr   D: Paul Bogart

With David Downing (John Kasten), Lee Bergere (Dean Winslow).
Mike's liberal views are tested when it looks as though he may miss an opportunity for promotion because of his race.

February 9, 1976: Archie's Weighty Problem
Season 6, episode 20
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Burt Mustin (Justin Quigley), Billy Halop (Bert Munson), Bob Hastings (Tommy Kelsey).
Archie is warned by his doctor to lose weight, but he claims he has no time for dieting until he realizes how important time really is.

February 16, 1976: Love By Appointment
Season 6, episode 21
W: Lou Derman, Bill Davenport   D: Paul Bogart

Gloria's job as a new mother doesn't leave much time for Mike, who's beginning to feel neglected and unloved.

February 23, 1976: Joey's Baptism
Season 6, episode 22
W: Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin, Milt Josefsberg   D: Paul Bogart

With Clyde Kusatsu (Rev. Chong).
Archie and Mike quarrel over Joey's religious destiny, and Archie decides to stop at nothing to have his grandson baptized.

March 1, 1976: Gloria And Mike's House Guests
Season 6, episode 23
W: Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin, Milt Josefsberg   D: Paul Bogart

Friction between Archie and Mike over little Joey's baptism continues to create sparks, and a broken furnace forces Archie and Edith to spend a few nights under the Stivics' roof.

March 8, 1976: Edith's Night Out
Season 6, episode 24
W: Lou Derman, Douglas Arango, Phil Doran   D: Paul Bogart

With Doris Roberts (Marge), Scott Brady (Joe Foley), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden).
Not even pressure from Gloria will get Archie to take Edith out for a night on the town, but Edith is tired of taking no for an answer.





September 22, 1976: Archie's Brief Encounter
Season 7, episode 1
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Janis Paige (Denise), Scott Brady (Joe Foley), Teddy Wilson (Whitey Monroe), Andre Pavon (Carlos).
The Bunkers and Stivics move to a new night to start their seventh season. In an hour-long episode, Archie finds himself in trouble with Edith when a sexy waitress flirts with him.

September 29, 1976: Archie's Brief Encounter (3)
Season 7, episode 3
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Scott Brady (Joe Foley), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), Maxine Elliott (Mrs. Bradley), Bella Chronis (Sylvia Freedman), Harry Davis (Sol Kleeger).
Edith forgives Archie's indiscretion after Mike and Gloria bring the two together for an emotional reunion.

October 6, 1976: The Unemployment Story (1)
Season 7, episode 4
W: Ben Starr, Chuck Stewart   D: Paul Bogart

With F. Murray Abraham (Clerk), Jinaki (Mrs. Thomas).
Just as the family is celebrating Mike's success in publishing a paper, Archie learns that he's been fired after 30 years on the job.

October 13, 1976: The Unemployment Story (2)
Season 7, episode 5
W: Chuck Stewart, Ben Starr   D: Paul Bogart

With Gerald Hiken (Frank Edwards), Neva Patterson (Ms. Maloney), Jeannie Linero (Grocery Clerk), Ellen Travolta (Secretary), Michael Alldredge (Policeman).
A college graduate threatens to commit suicide after he loses a jaintor's job to Archie.

October 20, 1976: Archie's Operation (1)
Season 7, episode 6
W: Milt Josefsberg, Mort Lachman   D: Paul Bogart

With Liz Torres (Teresa Betancourt), Vinnette Carroll (Dr. Thatcher), Milton Selzer (Dr. Shapiro).
Archie's trip to the hospital for gall bladder surgery is an ethnic nightmare. He's admitted by a Puerto Rican receptionist, treated by a Jewish physician, and is forced to accept a blood transfusion from a black doctor.

October 27, 1976: Archie's Operation (2)
Season 7, episode 7
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Vinnette Carroll (Dr. Thatcher), Frances Fong (Nurse), Danny Dayton (Hank Pivnik).
Archie recuperates in record time after he's called back to work -- with a raise and a promotion.

November 6, 1976: Beverly Rides Again
Season 7, episode 8
W: Phil Doran, Douglas Arango   D: Paul Bogart

With Lori Shannon (Beverly LaSalle), Eugene Roche (Pinky Peterson), Phoebe Dorin (Doris), Andre Pavon (Carlos), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden).
As a practical joke, Archie fixes up one of his drinking buddies with female impersonator Beverly La Salle.

November 13, 1976: Teresa Moves In
Season 7, episode 9
W: Michael Loman   D: Paul Bogart

With Liz Torres (Teresa Betancourt), Alex Colon (Luis).
Edith has convinced Archie to rent out Gloria's old room to make some extra money, but the plan seems destined for failure when he meets the prospective tenant.

November 20, 1976: Mike And Gloria's Will
Season 7, episode 10
W: Bill Richmond, Gene Perret   D: Paul Bogart

Mike and Gloria make a decision concerning Joey's future, and end up destroying his first birthday party when Archie and Edith find out.

November 27, 1976: Mr. Edith Bunker
Season 7, episode 11
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), Danny Dayton (Hank Pivnik), Liz Torres (Teresa Betancourt), Priscilla Morrill (Kate Korman), Phil Leeds (Sol Kleeger), Florence Halop (Martha Linfoot), James Greene (Charles Martin), Maxine Elliott (Mrs. Bradley), Bella Chronis (Mrs. Freedman).
Archie tries to adjust to Edith's newfound fame when she uses quck thinking and CPR training to save a man's life.

December 4, 1976: Archie's Secret Passion
Season 7, episode 12
W: Michael Loman   D: Paul Bogart

With Estelle Parsons (Dolores Fencel), Mike Kellin (Bummie Fencel).
Archie panics when Edith invites Dolores, an old schoolmate, to dinner, fearing Edith will find out too much about his past.

December 11, 1976: The Baby Contest
Season 7, episode 13
W: Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin   D: Paul Bogart

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Danny Dayton (Hank Pivnik), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden).
Over Mike and Gloria's objections, Archie enters Joey in a newspaper's beautiful baby contest and then takes steps to make sure he will win.

December 18, 1976: Gloria's False Alarm
Season 7, episode 14
W: Phil Doran, Douglas Arango   D: Paul Bogart

With Michael Mann (Dr. Dolby).
Gloria's announcement that she might be pregnant again leads to drastic action by an uncertain Mike when she charges him with the responsibility of making sure it doesn't happen again.

December 25, 1976: The Draft Dodger
Season 7, episode 15
W: Jay Moriarty, Mike Milligan   D: Paul Bogart

With Liz Torres (Teresa Betancourt), Renny Temple (David Brewster), Eugene Roche (Pinky Peterson).
A draft-dodging pal of Mike's and a man who lost his son in Vietnam sit down to Christmas dinner with the Bunkers.

January 8, 1977: The Boarder Patrol
Season 7, episode 16
W: Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin   D: Paul Bogart

With Liz Torres (Teresa Betancourt), Patrick Cronin (Brian Schlemmer), William Lanteau (Clerk).
Returning home unexpectedly, Archie and Edith surprise a scantily clad Teresa and her boyfriend.

January 15, 1977: Archie's Chair
Season 7, episode 17
W: Phil Doran, Douglas Arango   D: Paul Bogart

With Michael Pataki (Lichtenrauch), Allan Rich (Gallery Manager), Douglas Robinson (McDonald).
Mike accidentally breaks Archie's chair and he, Edith and Gloria hurriedly attempt to have it repaired and hide the bad news from Archie.

January 22, 1977: Mike Goes Skiing
Season 7, episode 18
W: Ben Starr, Chuck Stewart   D: Paul Bogart

With John Karlen (Leo), Rod Loomis (Charlie), Tom Fitzsimmons (Frank), Mark Lonow (Pete Gavaris).
Mike craftily gets out of taking Gloria to a party so he can go skiing with the boys, then is disappointed to find out that she does very well without him.

January 29, 1977: Stretch Cunningham, Goodbye
Season 7, episode 19
W: Phil Doran, Douglas Arango, Milt Josefsberg   D: Paul Bogart

With Charles Siebert (Rabbi), Jay Gerber (Harry Moss).
Archie reluctantly agrees to deliver Stretch Cunningham's eulogy, unaware that his departed friend was Jewish.

February 5, 1977: The Joys Of Sex
Season 7, episode 20
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden).
With pressure from Mike, Archie finally has a short, revelaing chat with wife Edith on the subject of sex.

February 12, 1977: Mike, The Pacifist
Season 7, episode 21
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Wynn Irwin (Howard), Nita Talbot (Marcia), William Lanteau (Doctor), Vanda Barra (Clarise), Richard Lawson (Angry Black Man), Sudie Bond (Old Woman).
After trying not to interfere, Mike strikes a subway passenger who was physically abusing his wife, and then feels guilty.

February 19, 1977: Fire
Season 7, episode 22
W: Erik Tarloff   D: Paul Bogart

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Liz Torres (Teresa Betancourt), Roger C. Carmel (Mr. Ligway).
Archie schemes to increase his insurance claim for a small fire by vandalizing his own house.

February 26, 1977: Mike And Gloria Split
Season 7, episode 23
W: Phil Doran, Douglas Arango   D: Paul Bogart

A word game mushrooms into warfare between Gloria and Mike, resulting in his sharing a bed with a disgruntled Archie.

March 5, 1977: Archie, The Liberal
Season 7, episode 24
W: Michael Loman, Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin   D: Paul Bogart

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Danny Dayton (Hank Pivnik), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), James McEachin (Solomon Jackson).
After the press and civil-rights groups criticize the discrimination in Archie's lodge, a token effort is made to recruit a new member.

March 12, 1977: Archie's Dog Day Afternoon
Season 7, episode 25
W: Milt Josefsberg, Mort Lachman   D: Paul Bogart

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), William Hunt (Dr. Rushton), Tracy Bogart (Receptionist), Vanda Barra (Woman).
Archie must spend his afternoon at the vet when he accidentally runs over Barney's dog with his cab.





October 2, 1977: Archie Gets The Business
Season 8, episode 1
W: Ben Starr, Chuck Stewart   D: Paul Bogart

With Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), Frank Maxwell (Tommy kelsey), Norma Donaldson (Ms. Watson), Andre Pavon (Carlos).
Archie puts everything on the line to chase after the American dream of owning his own business, but discovers just how much it will cost to have Edith as an "equal business partner" after forging her name to a contract to purchase Kelsey's Bar.

October 9, 1977: Cousin Liz
Season 8, episode 2
W: Bob Weiskopf, Bob Schiller   D: Paul Bogart

With K Callan (Veronica Cartright).
When Cousin Liz dies, Edith and Archie learn more about her than they ever thought they would.

October 16, 1977: Edith's 50th Birthday
Season 8, episode 3
W: Bob Weiskopf, Bob Schiller   D: Paul Bogart

With Ray Colella (Officer), John Brandon (Officer), Jane Connell (Sybil Gooley), Barry Gordon (Gary Rabinowitz), David Dukes (Lambert).
On the eve of Edith's 50th birthday, she is confronted by a rapist and a life-threatening trauma that neither she nor her family will ever forget.

October 23, 1977: Unequal Partners
Season 8, episode 4
W: Ben Starr, Chuck Stewart   D: Paul Bogart

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Merie Earle (Florence Talley), Ian Wolfe (Herbert Hooper), Will Mackenzie (Reverend Schaeffer).
Archie must delay his weekend fishing trip when Edith announces that she has invited residents of the Sunshine Home to attend an elderly couple's wedding at their house.

October 30, 1977: Archie's Grand Opening
Season 8, episode 5
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), Danny Dayton (Hank Pivnik), Gracia Lee (Mrs. Kellever), Sam Solito (Mr. Kleever), Sorrell Booke (Joseph Sanders), Andre Pavon (Carlos), Ray Henderson (Bilkey).
The bartender walks out on the grand opening as Archie opens his bar, and Mike is forced into service.

November 6, 1977: Archie's Bitter Pill (1)
Season 8, episode 6
W: William C. Rader, M.D., Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin   D: Paul Bogart

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Danny Dayton (Hank Pivnik), A Martinez (Manuel), Arny Freeman (Watkins).
The realization that he is losing his dream is a bitter pill for Archie to swallow, but what he swallows to make it sweeter may lead to losing his life.

November 13, 1977: Archie's Bitter Pill (2)
Season 8, episode 7
W: William C. Rader, M.D., Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin   D: Paul Bogart

With Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), A Martinez (Manuel), MacIntyre Dixon (Mr. Hanlon).
A despondent Archie retreats to his bedroom, until Harry offers to bail him out with a partnership offer for the bar.

November 27, 1977: Archie And The KKK (1)
Season 8, episode 8
W: Bob Weiskopf, Bob Schiller, Milt Josefsberg, Mort Lachman   D: Paul Bogart

With Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), Danny Dayton (Hank Pivnik), Owen Bush (Charley), Roger Bowen (Mitch Turner), Dennis Patrick (Gordie Lloyd).
Archie is tempted to don the infamous hooded robe of membership in a secret vigilante society.

December 4, 1977: Archie And The KKK (2)
Season 8, episode 9
W: Bob Weiskopf, Bob Schiller   D: Paul Bogart

With Roger Bowen (Mitch Turner), Dennis Patrick (Gordie Lloyd).
Archie, guilt-ridden and tormented, risks his life for Mike and Gloria when he learns their house has been earmarked as the Kweens Kouncil of Krusaders' next target.

December 11, 1977: Mike And Gloria Meet
Season 8, episode 10
W: Bob Weiskopf, Bob Schiller   D: Paul Bogart

With Priscilla Lopez (Debbie Ballantine), Christopher Guest (Jim).
Another baby announcement from their old high school friend causes Mike and Gloria to reminisce about their first -- and almost last -- date.

December 18, 1977: Edith's Crisis Of Faith (1)
Season 8, episode 11
W: Bob Weiskopf, Bob Schiller   D: Paul Bogart

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Lori Shannon (Beverly LaSalle), Ron Vernan (Doctor).
Edith's religious faith is shaken after her friend, female impersonator Beverly LaSalle, is brutally murdered by street thugs at Christmas.

December 25, 1977: Edith's Crisis Of Faith (2)
Season 8, episode 12
W: Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin, Erik Tarloff   D: Paul Bogart

Mike recovers from the injuries he sustained in the mugging, but the Christmas Day gift exchange is still strained due to Edith's depression.

January 8, 1978: The Commercial
Season 8, episode 13
W: Ron Bloomberg, Ben Starr   D: Paul Bogart

With Thomas Middleton (Arnold Shaffer), Darryl Hickman (Peter Grey), Frank Aletter (Mr. Prescott), Alan Hamel (Ricky Buffano).
Edith gets her big chance for fame and fortune when she's asked to do a television commercial.

January 15, 1978: Super Bowl Sunday
Season 8, episode 14
W: Bob Weiskopf, Bob Schiller   D: Paul Bogart

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), Danny Dayton (Hank Pivnik), Gloria LeRoy (Boom Boom Turner), Louis Guss (Sam), Art Metrano (Jack).
Archie expects his best day ever at the saloon when the boys gather to watch the Super Bowl.

January 22, 1978: Aunt Iola's Visit
Season 8, episode 15
W: Albert E. Lewin   D: Paul Bogart

With Nedra Volz (Aunt Iola).
Archie is forced to take a long and painful look at his future when Edith's elderly aunt comes for a visit but then has no place else to go.

February 5, 1978: Love Comes To The Butcher
Season 8, episode 16
W: Phil Sharp   D: Paul Bogart

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), Theodore Bikel (Albrecht Klemmer).
Unsuspecting Edith is stunned when she discovers the real reason behind the bargains she's been getting at the butcher shop.

February 12, 1978: Two's A Crowd
Season 8, episode 17
W: Phil Sharp   D: Paul Bogart

When Archie and Mike are accidentally locked in the storeroom at Archie's Place, they share a bottle of brandy and their deepest secrets.

February 19, 1978: Stalemates
Season 8, episode 18
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Judith Kahan (Lorraine), Terry Kiser (Bob).
Mike and Gloria try an old recipe for a stale marriage, a second honeymoon, but run into trouble getting the ingredients together.

February 26, 1978: The Brother
Season 8, episode 19
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), Danny Dayton (Hank Pivnik), Richard McKenzie (Alfred Bunker).
Archie and his brother Fred get together for the first time in 29 years, and don't hold anything back.

March 5, 1978: Mike's New Job
Season 8, episode 20
W: Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin   D: Paul Bogart

With Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson).
Mike and Gloria happily prepare for Mike's new job and moving to California until their landlord, George Jefferson, pays them an unsettling visit.

March 12, 1978: The Dinner Guest
Season 8, episode 21
W: Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin   D: Paul Bogart

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

March 19, 1978: The Stivics Go West
Season 8, episode 22
W: Bob Weiskopf, Bob Schiller   D: Paul Bogart

With Clyde Kusatsu (Rev. Chong).
Before they leave for their new life in California, Mike and Gloria share some long-hidden feelings, confused fears and much more with their trying-to-be-brave parents.





September 24, 1978: Little Miss Bunker
Season 9, episode 1
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Marty Brill (Floyd Mills), Bhetty Waldron (Woman), Santos Morales (Ticket Agent).
Season premiere. Archie and Edith face an "empty nest", but if Edith's cousin has his way, it won't be for long.

October 1, 1978: End In Sight
Season 9, episode 2
W: Nate Monaster   D: Paul Bogart

With Phil Leeds (Mr. Stanley), Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), Danny Dayton (Hank Pivnik).
Edith is puzzled by Archie's loving and kind behavior until she learns the reason for it.

October 8, 1978: Reunion On Hauser Street
Season 9, episode 3
W: Milt Josefsberg, Phil Sharp   D: Paul Bogart

With Estelle Parsons (Blanche Hefner), Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Gloria LeRoy (Mildred 'Boom Boom' Turner), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden).
The Bunkers attempt to reunite Blanche and Barney Hefner after her latest fling with an exterminator fizzles.

October 15, 1978: What'll We Do With Stephanie?
Season 9, episode 4
W: Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin   D: Paul Bogart

With Abbey Lincoln (Laura Grant).
Archie insists that a new home -- and not his -- be found for Stephanie.

October 22, 1978: Edith's Final Respects
Season 9, episode 5
W: Bob Schiller, Bob Weiskopf   D: Paul Bogart

With Howard Morton (Funeral Director), Charles Siebert (Man).
When an elderly aunt dies, alone and unloved, Edith is the only one who comes to pay final respects.

October 29, 1978: Weekend In The Country
Season 9, episode 6
W: Phil Sharp, Milt Josefsberg   D: Paul Bogart

With Estelle Parsons (Blanche Hefner), Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner).
Instead of having a quiet weekend in the country, Archie and Edith find themselves refereeing a battle between Barney and Blanche Hefner.

November 5, 1978: Archie's Other Wife
Season 9, episode 7
W: Bob Schiller, Bob Weiskopf   D: Paul Bogart

With Eugene Roche (Pinky Peterson), Harvey Lembeck (Wally), Jonelle Allen (Marabel), James J. Casino (Pete), Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Danny Dayton (Hank Pivnik).
Practical joker Pinky's best gag leaves Archie with some very strange bedfellows.

November 19, 1978: Edith Versus The Bank
Season 9, episode 8
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With John Harkins (Gordon Faraday).
Edith is refused credit when she tries to buy a television set for Archie, then encounters a problem taking out a loan when she discovers there are different rules for men and women.

November 26, 1978: Return Of The Waitress
Season 9, episode 9
W: Milt Josefsberg, Phil Sharp   D: Paul Bogart

With Janis Paige (Denise), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), Danny Dayton (Hank Pivnik), Bill Quinn (Mr. Van Ranseleer).
Archie is torn between sympathy and self-preservation when the "other woman" from his past desperately needs help.

December 3, 1978: Bogus Bills
Season 9, episode 10
W: Bob Schiller, Bob Weiskopf   D: Paul Bogart

With Sandy Kenyon (Herb), John Finnegan (Santa Claus), Charles Hallahan (Officer Harrison), Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), Danny Dayton (Hank Pivnik).
Edith is arrested for passing phony $10 bills which she got from Archie's Place.

December 10, 1978: The Bunkers Go West
Season 9, episode 11
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner).
After Mike and Gloria cancel their trip home for Christmas, the Bunkers decide to travel west for the holidays.

December 17, 1978: California, Here We Are
Season 9, episode 12
W: Milt Josefsberg, Phil Sharp   D: Paul Bogart

With Rob Reiner (Michael Stivic), Sally Struthers (Gloria Stivic), Cory Miller (Joey Stivic).
Archie and Edith travel to California to spend the holidays with Mike and Gloria.

January 7, 1979: A Night At The PTA
Season 9, episode 13
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden), Danny Dayton (Hank Pivnik).
Stephanie is forced to perform a solo in the school concert after Edith, her duet partner, loses her voice.

January 14, 1979: A Girl Like Edith
Season 9, episode 14
W: Bob Schiller, Bob Weiskopf   D: Paul Bogart

With Jean Stapleton (Judith Klammerstadt), Theodore Bikel (Albrecht Klemmer).
Klemmer the butcher drops in to show off his fiancee, who is convinced that he still cares for Edith.

January 21, 1979: The Appendectomy
Season 9, episode 15
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With George Wyner (Dr. Shapiro), Tracy Bogart (Nurse).
Stephanie needs emergency surgery, but Archie balks when he finds out who the doctor is.

January 28, 1979: Stephanie And The Crime Wave
Season 9, episode 16
W: Mel Tolkin, Larry Rhine   D: Paul Bogart

With Davis Roberts (Mr. Ruskin).
Archie and Edith are upset by a small crime wave in the Bunker household.

February 4, 1979: Barney, The Gold Digger
Season 9, episode 17
W: Milt Josefsberg, Phil Sharp, Bob Weiskopf, Bob Schiller   D: Paul Bogart

With Peggy Rea (Martha Birkhorn), Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner).
Archie and Edith introduce a rich widow to Barney after his wife runs away again.

February 11, 1979: The Return Of Archie's Brother
Season 9, episode 18
W: Bob Schiller, Bob Weiskopf   D: Paul Bogart

With Richard McKenzie (Alfred Bunker), Elissa Leeds (Katherine Bunker), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden).
Archie's truce with his brother proves to be short lived when Fred shows up with an extremely young wife.

February 18, 1979: Stephanie's Conversation
Season 9, episode 19
W: Harriet Weiss, Patt Shea   D: Paul Bogart

With Clyde Kusatsu (Rev. Chong), Michael Mann (Rabbi Jacobs).
Edith is concerned when she learns that Stephanie is hiding her past religious training from Archie.

February 25, 1979: Edith Gets Fired
Season 9, episode 20
W: Harriet Weiss, Patt Shea   D: Paul Bogart

With Barbara Cason (Miss Critchen), Victor Kilian (Mr. Burkvist), Leonard Stone (Mr. Johnson), Michael McGuire (Charlie Hammer), Dolores Sutton (Norene Hammer), Angela Clarke (Mrs. Dillon).
Edith is suspected of negligence when she is the last person to be with a lonely old woman who wants to die.

March 4, 1979: All In The Family Retrospective
Season 9, episode 21
W: Norman Lear, Mort Lachman, Milt Josefsberg   D: Walter Miller

With Norman Lear.
Norman Lear is host for the 200th episode celebration of "All in the Family", featuring a presentation of segments from various episodes.

March 18, 1979: The Family Next Door
Season 9, episode 22
W: Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin   D: Paul Bogart

With Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Janet MacLachlan (Polly Lewis), David Byrd (Mr. Hoffman), Richard Ward (Ed Lewis), Allan Melvin (Barney Hefner), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden).
Edith rents out the Jeffersons' old house and the new neighbors face entirely different reactions from Archie and Edith.

March 25, 1979: The Return Of Stephanie's Father
Season 9, episode 23
W: Larry Rhine, Mel Tolkin   D: Paul Bogart

With Victor Kilian (Clerk), Hugh McPhillips (Derelict), Charles Wagenheim (Bum), Rick Plastina (Seaman), Ben Slack (Floyd Mills).
Stephanie's derelict father returns and uses blackmail to try to get his daughter back.

April 8, 1979: Too Good Edith
Season 9, episode 24
W: Harriet Weiss, Patt Shea   D: Paul Bogart

With George Wyner (Dr. Shapiro), Jason Wingreen (Harry Snowden).
Archie keeps Edith so busy cooking for a big party that she doesn't have a chance to tell him how sick she is until it's too late. (Last show of the series.)


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