Archie comes home all excited because he has been deemed a hero. It seems that while driving Munson's cab the woman in the backseat passed out, and he administered mouth-to-mouth and brought her around again. Later, the woman, named Beverly, comes by the house to thank him. While talking to Edith, Beverly reveals something startling - she is really a man, a female impersonator. When Archie comes back and attempts conversation, Beverly takes the wig off and reveals the truth. Archie is humiliated and doesn't want any press, despite the fact that a reporter is looking for him. The reporter catches up with him at Kelcy's and starts asking questions but Archie wants to forget the whole thing. The reporter goes into the men's room where he catches Beverly and returns demanding the truth from Archie. Beverly saves him by telling the reporter that it was a truck driver who administered CPR. Archie is grateful and tells her that for a dame, she's one hell of a guy.
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Did You Know?
Sandy Kenyon (Jim Kitchener) portrayed Dave the cop in "Archie's Worried About His Job." See more
A person who passes out from exhaustion would not need mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. See more
[Archie had saved the life of a female impersonator, unbeknownst to him
If you had known he was a man, what would you have done?
I suppose I would've got a fag fireman.
Those Were the Days
Written by Lee Adams
and Charles Strouse
Performed by Carroll O'Connor
and Jean Stapleton See more