All in the Family: Season 8, Episode 22

Mike's New Job (5 Mar. 1978)

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Mike accepts a job on the west coast and the Stivics prepare to move.

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Mike accepts a job on the west coast and the Stivics prepare to move.

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Edith tells Archie that Mike will be making $21,800 in his new job. This amount in 1978 would be worth $70901.63 inflation adjusted to 2009. See more »

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Archie Bunker: Don't you know that California is sitting on a shelf out there, they call that the Pacific Shelf. There's three states on that shelf: Oregon, California and Missouri. When the big earthquake hits, all them three states are going to be shoved right off that shelf there. They call that the Continental Divide.
Mike Stivic: What?
Archie Bunker: Yes. The Pope knew about this years ago. He said it was St. Andrew's fault.
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California Here I Come
(1924) (uncredited)
Written by Al Jolson, Buddy G. DeSylva, Joseph Meyer
Portion sung by Rob Reiner
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