All in the Family

Season 5 Episode 13

Archie's Contract

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Aired Unknown Dec 07, 1974 on CBS
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Archie's Contract
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The Bunker home gets a visit by a fast talking furnace inspector who cons Archie into signing a contract to purchase two-thousand dollars worth of aluminim siding. Later, Irene and George warn Archie that the man is a fraud but are too late, the installation crew has just shown up.moreless

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    Jean Stapleton

    Jean Stapleton

    Edith Bunker

    Rob Reiner

    Rob Reiner

    Michael Stivic (1971-1978)

    Sally Struthers

    Sally Struthers

    Gloria Stivic (1971-1978)

    Carroll O'Connor

    Carroll O'Connor

    Archie Bunker

    Dennis Patrick

    Dennis Patrick

    Mr. Scanlon

    Guest Star

    Ed Peck

    Ed Peck

    Officer

    Guest Star

    Mike Wagner

    Mike Wagner

    Leonard

    Guest Star

    Isabel Sanford

    Isabel Sanford

    Louise Jefferson

    Recurring Role

    Sherman Hemsley

    Sherman Hemsley

    George Jefferson

    Recurring Role

    Betty Garrett

    Betty Garrett

    Irene Lorenzo

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • While Archie is trying to sell George aluminum siding, you can see the Jefferson's house next door through the back door, and it already has aluminum siding on it.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Mr. Scanlon: We got a contract, Mr. Bunker.
        Gloria: Signed under duress!
        Archie: Yeah, before we knew what was under the dress!

    • NOTES (2)

      • This was the 100th episode of "All in the Family" produced. Taped on November 15, 1974.

      • For once Archie actually has a good idea! He mentions that he had an idea for a new invention he called "The Bunker Bunwarmer" - an electrified toliet seat that warms the person's rear end on cold days. Treated as a joke in 1974, such a device has been on the market since the 80s.

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