Archie is excited when a real estate agent wants to buy his house for a huge profit. He figures it is a good deal because he and the family move out to California to stay with a rich relative while looking for a place to live. When the agent comes by the house, he offers Archie $35,000 and Mike alerts him that the man is a Blockbuster, a scam artist who exploits the owners' fears of lower prices if racial minorities live in the area. Archie doesn't believe him and is ready to sign away the house. Edith becomes very vocal and refuses to give in to a situation that she thinks will see her family selling all of their precious memories. Archie won't listen until Bertha drops in to tell him that the supposedly rich relative in California is flat broke and that the family would be living in his garage. Archie changes his mind and rushed out the door to warn the neighbors. Written by
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Edith was looking at the wall next to the closet by the front door where they 'measured Gloria when she was at eleven and at two years old.' Even though its been its been mentioned various times that the Bunkers were living on Union street when Gloria was around the age of eleven before moving to the house. See more
Yes I am.
You didn't sound colored on the phone.
That's 'cause I used the white telephone.