Mike - along with everyone else - debate where he should be when Gloria is in the delivery room giving birth to their baby.

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Gloria enters her fourth month of pregnancy and Mike begins to have some doubts about wanting to be in the delivery room for the birth. Gloria becomes angry that he wants to back out of the delivery but he wasn't resistant to the conception, and stops talking to him for a time. Later, Edith invites Sybil Gooley over to the Stivic's so she can use an old family trick to test whether Gloria is going to have a boy or a girl (she predicts boy). Sybil and Edith discuss the birth of their children and how they wish their husbands had been there for the blessed moment. This changes Mike's mind and he decides that he wants to be present for the birth. Written by Jerry Roberts <armchair-cinema@hotmail.com>

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6 October 1975 (USA)  »

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Archie says that for the first time in six years he shook Mike's hand, but he's forgetting about in the previous season he did shake hands with him when they made the bet in the episode, "No Smoking". They also shook hands when they first met each other in "Flashback Mike Meets Archie". See more »

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Archie Bunker: [Archie tells Mike he won't be calling his new grandson a Polack] I ain't gonna hurt his little feelings with things like that. Let me tell you somethin'. Anybody that makes a Polack crack to my grandson gets a shot in the mush from me. I hate people that are always callin' other people names. Now, your Irish Micks, your Irish Micks are very big on that, with all their jokes, see. And the Mafia, now the Mafia, they're the ones that started the Polack jokes to take the heat off-a the Dagos. So I ...
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