All in the Family: Season 7, Episode 11

Mr. Edith Bunker (27 Nov. 1976)

TV Episode  |  TV-PG  |   |  Comedy, Drama
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Edith saves a man's life and becomes a local celebrity much to Archie's annoyance.



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Episode cast overview:
Teresa Betancourt
Priscilla Morrill ...
Kate Korman
Sol Kleeger
Danny Dayton ...
Jason Wingreen ...
Martha Linfoot
James Greene ...
Charles Martin
Maxine Elliott Hicks ...
Mrs. Bradley (as Maxine Elliott)
Bella Chronis ...
Mrs. Freedman
Bob Duggan ...
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During a birthday party for one of the elderly women at the nursing home, a man has a heart attack and Edith saves his life by using CPR. The man is revived and Edith is dubbed a hero. Word gets around and a local newswoman wants to put feature her as the hero of the week. When the news crew arrives, Archie thinks that the woman will be interviewing both of them. He gets in the way and the newswoman becomes rude and pushy, forcing Archie to flee the house for Kelcy's. He gets to see the interview from the television set at the bar and admits that Edith looks nice on TV. Written by Jerry Roberts <>

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Archie Bunker: Alright, that's it. I'm in the way. I'll get the hell outta here, go down to Kelsey's. Oh no, no, I don't wanna stick around here with Wanda Cronkite over there. However, before I leave, I'll say one more thing: I would like to give you a little bit of technical advice that might help you in your career, lady.
Kate Korman: And what's that?
Archie Bunker: Zip up your fly.
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References Let's Make a Deal (1963) See more »


Happy Birthday to You
Written by Mildred J. Hill and Patty S. Hill
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