All in the Family (1971–1979)
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The Unemployment Story: Part 1 

The family is getting ready to celebrate Mike's good fortune, he's been published. It happens just at the wrong moment, because Archie has just been laid off due to the recall of a ... See full summary »

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The family is getting ready to celebrate Mike's good fortune, he's been published. It happens just at the wrong moment, because Archie has just been laid off due to the recall of a government contract. At the unemployment office, he finds nothing but bureaucracy and frustration, especially with the information he won't get much of a check due to his job moonlighting in Munson's cab. At home, Edith makes it worse trying to make him feel better by trying to sing him to sleep. Written by Jerry Roberts <armchair-cinema@hotmail.com>

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6 October 1976 (USA)  »

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Archie Bunker: I see the unemployment on the streets, and I know who they are. You got your winos who can't get up off the ground. You got your hop-heads who can't get back down on the ground. You got your hookers put outta work by the regular girls givin' it away for nothin'. You got your ex-politicians who was finked on by the hookers. And then you got your usual general run of daydreamers, dummies, and slobs.
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I Love You Truly
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Written by Carrie Jacobs Bond
Portion sung by Jean Stapleton
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