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"All in the Family" is touted as the series that brought reality to prime-time TV entertainment. The lead character, Archie Bunker, is a loudmouthed, uneducated bigot who believes in every stereotype he has ever heard. His wife, Edith, is sweet but not the sharpest knife in the drawer. They and their daughter, Gloria, and her husband, Mike, all live in a working-class home. Unfortunately for Archie, he can't avoid the people he disdains: His son-in-law -- whom Archie calls "Meathead" -- is an unemployed student and of Polish descent; the Jeffersons next door are black; Edith's cousin Maude is a feminist; and, later, his partners in a local tavern are Jewish.

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Christmas dinner finds Archie playing host to a draft dodger and a father whose son was killed in the war.
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Gloria suspects that she might be pregnant. She and Mike decide that it might be better if Mike were to get a vasectomy.
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Archie enters Joey in a beautiful baby contest and then takes steps to make sure that he wins.
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Archie panics when Edith invites an old schoolmate to dinner.
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Archie has trouble adjusting to Edith's sudden fame after she saves a life.
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Mike and Gloria decide to leave Joey with friends in the event of their deaths.
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To bring in extra money, the Bunker's decide to take in a boarder. They rent Gloria's old room to a Puerto Rican nurse, Teresa.
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Archie tries to get even with a pal by arranging a date for him with a female impersonator.
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Archie is recuperating from gallbladder surgery and becoming more comfortable with the idea that they fact that his transfusion came from a female West Indian doctor.
aired 51 days ago
Archie gets a job as a janitor, but a college graduate that applied for the same position threatens to commit suicide. Archie does his best to keep the man from leaping to his death.
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The Stivics are shocked when they are told that Archie has joined the ranks of the nation's unemployed.
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An estranged Archie and Edith are determined to prove to each other that they are perfectly content going their separate ways.
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Edith becomes suspicious of Archie's behavior and confronts him when she find's Denise's number. Edith leaves Archie.
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A lonely Archie is flattered when flirtatious waitress gives him her number while Edith is volunteering at the Sunshine Home.
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A broken furnace forces the Bunkers to spend a few days at the Stivic house.
aired 58 days ago
Archie is insistent on having Joey baptized, but both Gloria and Mike refuse. Archie decides to take matters into his own hands.
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Gloria's 24-hour-a-day job as a new mother doesn't leave much time for Mike.
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Archie is not pleased when he is told by his doctor that he must lose 25 pounds. Edith tries to help keep him on a healthy diet, but Archie turns to Kelsey for unhealthy food.
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Mike may miss an opportunity for a promotion because of his race.
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Mike and Gloria are looking forward to having a night on the town for the first time since Joey has been born. However, Archie is distressed when he learns that they have hired a teenager leading Archie to take over babysitting.
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Mike and Gloria fight over Mike constantly making decisions without consulting Gloria. To make matters worse, the babysitter for Joey backs out and Mike makes the decision without consulting Gloria to have the wedding in the Stivics' home.

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