704 Hauser (1994– )

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Controversial show about a politically correct multi-ethnical family who moves into Archie Bunker's old house.

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1994
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 Ernie Cumberbatch (6 episodes, 1994)
Lynnie Godfrey ...
 Rose Cumberbatch (6 episodes, 1994)
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 Thurgood Marshall 'Goodie' Cumberbatch (6 episodes, 1994)
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 Cherlyn Markowitz (6 episodes, 1994)
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Archie Bunker (from All in the Family) lived at 704 Hauser St., in Queens, NY. Now the house is inhabited by an African-American family. The two parents are typical working-class, blue collar liberals. The son is an arch-conservative who listens to Rush Limbaugh. He also dates a Jewish girl from down the street. Written by Anonymous

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11 April 1994 (USA)  »

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John Amos, who plays the lead in this show set in Archie Bunker's house, played a different character in Good Times, a spin-off of a spin-off of All in the Family. See more »

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Featured in E! True Hollywood Story: All in the Family (2000) See more »

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It was all about John Amos
15 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

The ridiculous thing about this show was that John Amos, newly popularized by his daddy role in Coming to America, played the father - the show was based on the sketchy premise that a black, politically conscious family moves into the Bunker's old house. That's quite believable - but then what are the odds that a man who looks and acts EXACTLY like James Evans from Good Times, a spin-off of Maude, which was a spin-off of All In The Family, itself would exist in that very same world that we were supposed to believe to be the same one from the 70s?

I think the producers of this one thought we were dumb - like we wouldn't expect J.J. to come walking in that front door any moment.


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