Archie wakes up one Sunday morning to find a swastika has been painted on his front door. At first he thinks it might have been a bunch of juvenile delinquents who might have done it. However, it is soon learned that it was meant for a Jewish activist who lives the next block over. Things become even more heated when a member of a radical Jewish vigilante organization offers to protect the Bunkers even though it might mean busting a few heads. However, at the end of their meeting with the man, the Bunkers receive a dose of sobering reality when it comes to racial violence. Written by
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
Did You Know?
, who plays the Boy Scout who criticizes the way that Archie hangs the flag over the swastika painted on his door, is the real-life son of series co-star Jean Stapleton
. (His father was producer/director William Putch, accounting for the different last name.) See more
The mailman delivers their mail on a Sunday. See more
Shalom? What does that mean?
Believe it or not, Ma, it means "peace".
Jewish people also use it to say "hello" and "good-bye".
How do you tell if they mean "hello" or "good-bye"?
Simple, Edith, If a Jew is walking towards you, it means "hello". If he's walkin' away, it means "good-bye".
When does it mean "peace"?
In between "hello" and "good-bye".