The further misadventures of Archie Bunker, now the owner of a local pub, and his regulars.
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Complete series cast summary:
...  Archie Bunker 97 episodes, 1979-1983
...  Stephanie Mills 94 episodes, 1979-1983
...  Barney Hefner 94 episodes, 1979-1983
...  Harry Snowden 92 episodes, 1979-1983
...  Mr. Van Ranseleer / ... 86 episodes, 1979-1983
Abraham Alvarez ...  Jose Perez / ... 66 episodes, 1979-1983
...  Veronica Rooney 62 episodes, 1979-1982
Denise Miller ...  Billie Bunker 47 episodes, 1981-1983
...  Murray Klein 45 episodes, 1979-1983
Barbara Meek ...  Ellen Canby 41 episodes, 1980-1982
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Television sitcom which was a continuation of 'All in the Family.' In this series, Archie Bunker gets to loudly voice his opinions in his own bar, instead of at home. Written by lawoman80s@aol.com

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(96 episodes) | (1 episode)

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Trivia

Carroll O'Connor and series writer/producer Fred Rubin wanted to do an episode in which Archie Bunker had a reunion with his old Army buddies in Foggia, Italy, where the character had served. O'Connor, who had lived in Italy for many years, wanted to film the episode on location in Italy. However, CBS never accepted the story idea. See more »

Goofs

As the camera dollies along the "Queens" street to the bar in the opening credits, a palm tree is briefly visible behind the set buildings. See more »

Quotes

Estelle Harris: What can he do for her now? He's a totally uneducated man!
Judge Sean McGuire: Mrs. Harris, my father was an ignorant laborer and he drank too much and I became a judge. I raised two daughters. One is an attorney and the other dropped out of high school and is handing out flowers at the airport. We all do the best we can. And I'm sure Mr. Bunker will do OK!
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Featured in E! True Hollywood Story: All in the Family (2000) See more »

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Those Were the Days
by Lee Adams and Charles Strouse
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Not as good as All in the Family
24 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

With Archie Bunker's place, Carroll O'Connor had much more creative control than he did on All in the Family... too bad he didn't have Jean, Sally and Rob to back him up, with the exception of a 2 part episode. Rob Reiner was supposedly reluctant to return, but being newly divorced, he needed the money.

The post-Edith episodes are much more maudlin than the first season, and it's depressing to see a sadder Archie. We saw much less of 704 Hauser St., and when it was shown, it looked a lot darker and emptier.

About a year before it was cancelled, Sally Struthers, who really had nothing better lined up, was talked into doing a spin off featuring her Gloria character, now separated from Mike Stivic.

Before the show was cancelled, there was talk of possibly having Rob Reiner return occasionally as Mike, but Rob had become an established director and had no desire to reprise Meathead.

Gloria was now a veterinary assistant, and the trainer from Rocky was the veterinarian that let her sleep in an extra room in his house where his practice was.

Unfortunately, not enough people were interested in seeing a single Gloria, who had matured since the original series. I saw the first show, and thought the show was awkward. It was an attempt to show a single woman struggling to make it on her own (and that's been done before, what, at least a couple times...Mary Tyler Moore, That Girl)


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