Corky and Miles finally have a wedding, but Corky neglects to tell her family. With Jean Stapleton. watch
TV writer-producer Norman Lear is a true pioneer — not only in the sense that he created such legendary sitcoms as All in the Family, Maude and The Jeffersons, but also because he tackled topics such as menopause, impotence and even transgender issues when they were still taboo.
In an interview with Katie Couric, Lear, 92, says he still chokes up when watching the All in the Family scene in which Edith (Jean Stapleton) discusses her friend Beverly — whom Lear describes as "a transsexual, a man who'd become a woman" — getting murdered.read more
Two siblings ask Allison and Scanlon to help find their mother, though Allison had a nightmare where one sibling wanted to shoot her and Joe in bed. watch