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








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Complete series cast summary:
 Ernie Cumberbatch 6 episodes, 1994
Lynnie Godfrey ...
 Rose Cumberbatch 6 episodes, 1994
 Thurgood Marshall 'Goodie' Cumberbatch 6 episodes, 1994
 Cherlyn Markowitz 6 episodes, 1994


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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704 Hauser Street  »

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In the 1968 unaired pilot of "Justice for All" (which later was re-shot as "All In The Family") Carrol O'conner's Archie told his son in law that he'd had several black friends prior to marrying Edith. The one he named was Elron Cumberbatch, same last name as the family in 704 Hauser. See more »


Follows Archie Bunker's Place (1979) 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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