All in the Family: Season 5, Episode 1

The Bunkers and Inflation: Part 1 (14 Sep. 1974)

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Archie's union calls a strike, leaving the family to begin adjusting to not having a steady income.


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Archie's union calls a strike, leaving the family to begin adjusting to not having a steady income.

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Gloria Bunker-Stivic: Daddy, you really think you're going on strike, huh?
Archie Bunker: Well, I don't know - if some of them young hotheads down at the plant get their way. I don't know what some of these guys want. They're asking for staggered work shifts, lounges with pictures on the walls, and books. The want to turn the factory into a house of pleasure. They don't want to work - they're a bunch of fairies.
Gloria Bunker-Stivic: Daddy, people should be treated with respect!
Archie Bunker: Listen little girl, respect is for the dead. The living need dough.
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Bye Bye Blackbird
Written by Mort Dixon and Ray Henderson
Portion sung by Betty Garrett and Isabel Sanford
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