Questions of honesty and morality come into the Bunker household when Archie, borrows some tools from work for a home project. As the family tries to guilt him, their crimes come to light. Gloria has been taking lipstick samples from the cosmetics counter where she works. Mike leaves coded messages in order to get around accepting a collect call. And all Edith can come up with is that she took a bite out of pretzel behind a vendor's back when she was eight. Archie tries to hide his crime from a co-worker that Edith has invited to dinner, but whom he has offended. In the end, Archie finds that karma has come down on him as the plywood that he bought for the project has been stolen off the back porch, and the window breaks when he slams the door. Written by
Jerry Roberts <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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My conscience don't talk to me.
I don't blame it. It shouldn't talk to a stranger.
My Blue Heaven
Written by Walter Donaldson
and George Whiting
Portion sung by Jean Stapleton See more