All in the Family

  • 1971
  • TV Show
  • TV-PG

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, like it or not.' The series premiered on CBS on Jan. 12, 1971, changed its title to `Archie Bunker's (more…)

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The First And Last Supper Season 1, Episode 13 Apr 6, 1971 Free

Archie is all set to go to the Mets game; however, Edith has different plans for the evening after she accepted an invitation to go to dinner with the Jeffersons.

Gloria Discovers Women's Lib Season 1, Episode 11 Mar 23, 1971 Free

Gloria has been reading books on women's lib and encourages Edith to try a little liberation herself. However, Mike won't take any of her ideas, which leads to huge fight in which Gloria demands that Mike recognize her as an equal partner in their marriage.

Archie Is Worried About His Job Season 1, Episode 10 Mar 16, 1971 Free

Archie stays up all night, expecting a phone call from a security guard who has inside information. With Archie not sleeping, no one else in the Bunker household can sleep either and it soon turns into a circus as a cop, a drunk, a pizza delivery man and Edith's friend all stop by at 4 a.m.

Edith Has Jury Duty Season 1, Episode 9 Mar 9, 1971 Free

Edith is all excited that she has been chosen for jury duty. When Archie realizes that she may be sequestered, he forbids her to be on the jury, wanting to keep her at home to cook and clean for him.

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Wed Nov 22 6:00am
The Threat(Season 3, Episode 3) SUND

Archie claims that his buddy's wife (Gloria LeRoy) has made a pass at him while paying an overnight visit. Edith: Jean Stapleton. Mike: Rob Reiner. Archie: Carroll O'Connor.

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Wed Nov 22 6:35am
Lionel Steps Out(Season 3, Episode 5) SUND

Archie is upset when he discovers that his visiting niece (Diane Hull) is dating Lionel (Mike Evans). Henry Jefferson: Melvin Stewart. Edith: Jean Stapleton. Mike: Rob Reiner. Archie: Carroll O'Connor.

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Wed Nov 22 7:10am
The Bunkers and the Swingers(Season 3, Episode 7) SUND

After Edith answers an ad placed by a swinging couple, the Bunkers learn that the visitors are interested in wife-swapping. Rempley: Vincent Gardenia. Ruth: Rue McClanahan. Edith: Jean Stapleton. Mike: Rob Reiner. Archie: Carroll O'Connor.

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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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