Archie's union finally negotiates a contract with his company that the workers ratify. When Mike finds out the terms - a flat pay rate for the next three years - he tells Archie that his ... See full summary »

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Archie's union finally negotiates a contract with his company that the workers ratify. When Mike finds out the terms - a flat pay rate for the next three years - he tells Archie that his union should have turned down the offer and started to fight for a cost-of-living escalator, especially with the onset of sky-high inflation. Archie, however, is just glad the strike has ended. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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When Archie wakes up Edith in bed the time on his watch can be seen for a moment and it doesn't match the time on the alarm clock on his night stand. See more »

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