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All in the Family

The groundbreaking, multi-Emmy-winning sitcom about bigoted Archie Bunker ended TV's innocence. Its protagonist was simultaneously lovable and pathetic and, series creator Norman Lear said, `the bigger-than-life epitome of something that's in all of us, li (more…)

Premiered: January 12, 1971

Rating: TV-PG

TV Guide Rating:(84 ratings)

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The Battle Of The Month Season 3, Episode 24 Mar 24, 1973 Free

Gloria is in a complete foul mood and gets into a big argument with Edith, lambasting her for letting Archie boss her around. Soon, Gloria gets into a big fight with Mike. All of this puts a damper on Gloria's birthday celebration.

Gloria, The Victim Season 3, Episode 23 Mar 17, 1973 Free

Gloria confides in Edith that on the way to work, she had been attacked by a construction worker. When Mike and Archie find out about this, they try to encourage her to report it, but she is hesitant and totally uncomfortable with the idea of telling a detective all the details of the crime.

Archie Learns His Lesson Season 3, Episode 22 Mar 10, 1973 Free

Archie swears Edith into secrecy when he begins attending night-school classes to qualify for a high school diploma in hopes of getting a promotion at work. However, Edith spills the beans and soon Mike and Archie must learn to share a study space, but that proves to be difficult.

Everybody Tells The Truth Season 3, Episode 21 Mar 3, 1973 Free

Archie, Edith, Mike and Gloria go out to a French restaurant and recall the events of the day. Bunker's refrigerator is on the fritz and a pair of repairmen enter the scene. In the end, the fridge doesn't get repaired and it's Edith's version of the day that explains why it didn't get fixed.

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  • Premiered: January 12, 1971
  • Rating: TV-PG
  • Premise: The groundbreaking, multi-Emmy-winning sitcom about bigoted Archie Bunker ended TV's innocence. Its protagonist was simultaneously lovable and pathetic and, series creator Norman Lear said, `the bigger-than-life epitome of something that's in all of us, li… (more)

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