Edith's cousin Floyd abandons his nine-year-old daughter, Stephanie, on the Bunkers' doorstep.
A spot on his liver leads Archie to believe that he's dying, so he suddenly turns into a calmer, gentler human being.
Archie and Edith are divided over Stephanie's future with them; he wants the child out, while she has other ideas.
Once again, Archie and Edith try to preserve peace between Barney Hefner and his extremely wayward wife
While away at an American Legion convention, a joking Pinky Peterson plays a prank on Archie, having a black airline stewardess slip into bed with him.
Edith is refused credit when she tries to buy a television set for Archie, then encounters a problem taking out a loan.
Edith is arrested for passing phony ten-dollar bills she got from Archie's Place during Christmas time.
Mike's bad back forces the Stivics to cancel their trip home for Christmas , the Bunkers decide to travel west for the holidays.
The Bunkers arrive in Santa Barbara for Christmas and soon discover that all is not right with Mike and Gloria.
The Bunkers discover Mike and Gloria are seperated, and plan on getting a divorce.
When Edith develops laryngitis on the eve of her singing debut at Stephanie's PTA recital, Archie steps in to understudy the duet.
Edith meets butcher Klemmer's new sweetheart, a woman who just happens to be her spitting image.
Edith and Archie rush Stephanie to the hospital for an emergency appendectomy.
The Bunkers are at odds over Stephanie's punishment when they catch her stealing petty items from around the house and from her favorite teacher.
Barney Hefner is suicidal after Blanche finally deserts him, until Archie fixes him up with an overweight but wealthy widow.
Archie's brother, Fred, arrives with his latest wife -- a child bride of eighteen .
Edith loses her job at the Sunshine Home after she honors an invalid woman's final wish to be allowed to die with dignity.
Norman Lear hosts an affectionate look at the high points of his ground-breaking TV series.
Archie hits the roof when Edith rents out the old Jefferson house to a black couple.
Stephanie's father, Floyd, finally arrives with a devastating proposition for the Bunkers: They can keep Stephanie if they agree to pay him one thousand dollars cash.
Archie is hurt and outraged when Edith tries to hide a serious illness from him after trying to prepare a St. Patricks day party at the bar.