All in the Family: Season 2, Episode 11

The Man in the Street (4 Dec. 1971)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Drama
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Archie is eager to watch his "man-on-the-street" interview on "The CBS Evening News" with Walter Cronkite, but can't find a working television set.

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Jack Griffin ...
Bill Hopper
Neil J. Schwartz ...
Levy
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John K.M. Collins ...
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Billy Halop ...
Man in the Bar #1 (as Bill Halop)
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Archie comes home in a good mood because, while at work, he was interviewed by CBS for his opinion on the Nixon administration. After dinner he gathers the family around the television only to find that the set is busted. While Mike and Edith try to find a repairman who is working late, Gloria tries to find at least one neighbor that Archie hasn't offended who will let him borrow their set. A repairman comes by and gives Archie a diagnosis but can't fix it because he is Jewish and can't work after sundown on Friday. Finally, Archie takes the family down to Kelsey's Bar and just as the broadcast begins it is pre-empted by a speech from Nixon himself. Written by Jerry Roberts <armchair-cinema@hotmail.com>

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Archie Bunker: I'm gonna turn this thing on and get it ready.
[turns on the television set]
Archie Bunker: Edith, what channel is Cronkite on?
Edith Bunker: Channel 2, Archie. The one we don't watch 'cause you always say Walter Cronkite is a Communist.
Archie Bunker: I never said that, Edith. The man ain't all red.
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