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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Too Good Edith Season 9, Episode 24 Apr 8, 1979 Free

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.

Return Of Stephanie's Father Season 9, Episode 23 Mar 25, 1979 Free

Stephanie's father, Floyd, finally arrives with a devastating proposition for the Bunkers: They can keep Stephanie if they agree to pay him $1000 cash!

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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.

The Family Next Door Season 9, Episode 21 Feb 25, 1979 Free

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.

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Stephanie and the Crime Wave(Season 9, Episode 17) SUND

After the Bunkers are puzzled by the disappearance of many household items, Stephanie is accused of stealing at school. Ruskin: Davis Roberts. Edith: Jean Stapleton. Stephanie: Danielle Brisebois. Archie: Carroll O'Connor.

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Barney the Gold Digger(Season 9, Episode 18) SUND

After Barney's wife runs off again, Edith and Archie introduce him to a wealthy widow (Peggy Rea). Barney: Allan Melvin. Stephanie: Danielle Brisebois. Edith: Jean Stapleton. Archie: Carroll O'Connor.

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The Return of Archie's Brother(Season 9, Episode 19) SUND

Archie's good feelings for his estranged brother Fred (Richard McKenzie) are short-lived when Fred shows up with a new wife who's only 18. Fred's Wife: Elissa Leeds. Harry: Jason Wingreen. Edith: Jean Stapleton. Stephanie: Danielle Brisebois. Archie: Carro (more…)

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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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