All in the Family: Season 5, Episode 8

Where's Archie? (2 Nov. 1974)

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Archie mysteriously disappears while traveling to a union convention in Buffalo, leaving Edith fraught with worry.

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Lillian Henderson
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Archie mysteriously disappears while traveling to a union convention in Buffalo, leaving Edith fraught with worry.

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The story of Archie absence was written around a real-life contract dispute between Caroll O'Connor and producer Norman Lear. See more »

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