Edith's irritability as of late may be a sign of her going through menopause. Archie is frustrated when he finds out she can't possibly have her "change of life" in 30 seconds.

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Archie is excited about a trip that he is planning with Edith to go to Disney World, but something goes wrong when Edith begins to have mood swings and hot and cold flashes. One moment she is sweet and lovable, the next she is angry and defensive - even telling Archie to stifle. Gloria explains that she is just going through the early stages of menopause but Edith translates it as her first step toward the old folk's home. Archie, meanwhile, is forced to do things against his own nature when he has to nurture and be understanding toward Edith even though it is driving him insane. Written by Jerry Roberts <armchair-cinema@hotmail.com>

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8 January 1972 (USA)  »

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Archie Bunker: After twenty years of stifles, the dingbat turns on me.
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References The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962) See more »

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I'm in the Mood for Love
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Music by Jimmy McHugh
Lyrics by Dorothy Fields
Portion sung by Jean Stapleton
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