All in the Family (1971–1979)
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The Return of Stephanie's Father 

Archie's fighting instincts are aroused when Stephanie's derelict father returns and uses blackmail to try an get his daughter back. Edith panics at the thought of losing Stephanie, and does her best to help Archie with a plan.

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Edith Bunker
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Stephanie Mills
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Floyd Mills
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Rick Plastina ...
Seaman
Charles Wagenheim ...
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Hugh McPhillips ...
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Archie's fighting instincts are aroused when Stephanie's derelict father returns and uses blackmail to try an get his daughter back. Edith panics at the thought of losing Stephanie, and does her best to help Archie with a plan.

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25 March 1979 (USA)  »

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A few days before this episode airs (on March 25), two guest stars actors Charles Wagenheim and Victor Kilian from this same episode were both beaten to death by burglars in their apartments. Wagenheim was killed on March 6, 1979 and Killian on March 11, 1979. See more »

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Clerk: All night or just a fraction thereof?
Archie Bunker: We ain't interested in sex pal, we're married.
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The penultimate episode
22 February 2018 | by See all my reviews

Stephanie's father shows up at Bunker's and wants money or will take Stephanie with him.

The show is nearly at an end and this tired and depressing episode shows us how it has declined. There are no laughs in this and it's a chore to watch, especially when you remember the early glory days when this was a hilarious and edgy comedy show, now it seems like a trite soap opera with some poor attempts at humor thrown in.


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