The first part of a four part story that explores events in the Bunker household when Archie's union goes on strike.
Between the high price of meat and the low balance in his savings account, Archie is miserable and the family is worried about their future.
Three weeks without Archie's paycheck and the ever-rising costs of living are taking their toll on the Bunker budget.
Archie is plagued by his economic plight - he can't go to work himself and he can't stand the fact that Edith is working - in the conclusion of the four-part presentation.
A midnight argument at the Jeffersons' spills over into the Bunker household, robbing Archie of his slumber and thrusting him into the middle of a battle royale.
Archie tries to get Irene Lorenzo a job as a bookkeeper at his plant, then is dismayed when she's hired as a forklift operator, working on the loading platform with him.
Mike unveils his future plans for the Stivic family, throwing Gloria into a state of complete shock.
The usually punctual, predictable Archie is hours overdue at a lodge convention in Buffalo and no one has any idea what's happened to him.
Convention-bound Archie has been missing for almost 24 hours and the family desperately grabs at straws in hopes of finding a clue to his whereabouts rather than thinking the worst.
When Gloria and Mike have a fight, she dares him to try and hold a kiss until Archie arrives from the airport.
A brush with death converts the impious Archie into a devoted Christian, much to the amazement of his family.
Politics make strange bedfellows when George finds himself in the uncomfortable position of having to be nice to Archie.
A shady salesman hustles Archie into signing a costly contract calling for the Bunker house to be sheathed in aluminum siding to prevent heat loss.
Gloria feels she's become the "dumb blonde" in Mike's life when he ignores her in favor of an "intellectual" friend.
This show recaptures many of the memorable moments of the series; hosted by Henry Fonda.
Archie fears for his family's safety when he learns that the plumber working in his house is a convict on a work furlough from prison.
The Jeffersons move to an expensive East Side apartment as George prepares to open his third cleaning store.
Mike and Gloria teach Edith a new method by which married people can "fight fairly."
A surprise visit from Edith's favorite cousin, Amelia DeKuyper, and her husband, Russell, becomes an eye-opening experience when the Bunkers learn that the DeKuypers' "made in Heaven" marriage is not so divine after all.
Archie steals some nails from the plant and rationalizes the theft by saying that "everybody does it."
Archie becomes depressed after he takes a magazine's life expectancy test which indicates that he'll die when he's 57 years old.
Back home in Scranton for a wedding, Edith runs into her childhood sweetheart and soon realizes that he has more on his mind than just reminiscing.
Abstinence makes strange bedfellows, as Archie and Mike learn, when they make a bet to see who can do without his favorite indulgence for 48 hours.
Mike finally finishes school and lands a permanent job, vowing that he and Gloria will be out of the Bunker household by the week's end.