All in the Family: Season 4, Episode 18

Et Tu, Archie? (26 Jan. 1974)

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Archie learns his old friend is unemployed and engaged in an all-out effort to find a job ... any job, even if it means a job at the loading dock.

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Joe Tucker, an old friend of Archie's comes calling whom he thinks has made himself into a huge success. It turns out that things are not so good for Joe. Not only is he out of work but he's been seeing a psychiatrist. He applied for a job at the docks and Archie thinks that he might be after his job. At work, the manager calls Archie in to ask questions about Joe's character, and Archie tells the boss about the psychiatrist. Not only does Joe get the job, despite this but he becomes Archie's new supervisor. Written by Jerry Roberts <armchair-cinema@hotmail.com>

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The title is based on a quote from William Shakespeare's play Juilius Caesar, "Et tu, Brute?" meaning "And you, Brutus?" The phrase often used to represent the last words of Roman dictator Julius Caesar and is widely used in Western culture as an epitome of betrayal. See more »

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