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"Edith Gets Hired"
Season 1, episode # 3
# 3 overall in series (97 episodes)
"Archie Bunker's Place" episode
Series: Archie Bunker's Place
Network/Country: CBS-TV / U.S.
Air date September 30, 1979
Production code 1x3
Written by: Patt Shea & Harriett Weiss
Directed by: Paul Bogart
Guest starring: William Schallert
Victor De Rose
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Edith Gets Hired was the third episode of Season 1 of the Archie Bunker's Place TV series and also the 3rd overall episode in the series. Directed by Paul Bogart, the episode, which was written by series creators Patt Shea and Harriet Weiss, originally aired on CBS-TV on September 30, 1979.


"Edith Gets Hired"
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Synopsis

Edith, who has been jobless since she got fired from the Sunshine Home, has gotten a job as recreational assistant at the Rego Park Center for the Mentally Ill. However, Archie has decided that he thinks that Edith should not be working.

Storyline

When Edith begins looking for another job, she must overcome both Archie's objections and her own insecurities about possibly being rejected (due to her having been fired from the Sunshine Home).

Edith's drops by the bar before she goes to a job interview at a nursing home, and runs into Murray. She tells him that she's worried about the interview especially because what does she say if they ask about what happened at her last job. Murray offers her some words of encouragement.

She goes and the interview goes well and even though her last job was never brought up, she comes out and says what happened and still gets the job. Later when she goes home and tells Archie, he's upset that she won't be around.

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Soundtrack credits
  • A Bushel and a Peck (uncredited) - Written by Frank Loesser, Portion sung by Jean Stapleton

Cast (in Credits Order)

Main Cast

Guest Stars/Recurring Cast

  • William Schallert as Dr. Wakeford
  • Victor De Rose as Mental Patient

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