|Season 6, episode # 9|
After learning from a job physical that his blood pressure is high, Archie goes to have his blood pressure checked by Dr. Culver, who diagnoses him with hypertension and prescribes him medication in "Grandpa Blues" in Season 6 9ep.#9).
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|Series:||All in the Family|
|Air date||November 17, 1975|
|Production code||610 (6x9)|
|Written by:||Teleplay by: Mel Tolkin & Larry Rhine|
Story by: John Rappaport
|Directed by:||Paul Bogart|
|Guest starring:||Sorrell Booke|
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Grandpa Blues is the 9th episode from the sixth season of All in the Family; it was also the 117th overall series episode. Written as a teleplay by Mel Tolkin and Larry Rhine from an original story by John Rappaport, the episode, which was directed by Paul Bogart, first aired on CBS-TV on November 10, 1975.
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Archie learns that his blood pressure is too high, and is ordered to remain calm and stress-free, but he and Mike get into a debate about what the baby's name should be.
Archie's company physical is fast approaching, and he needs to remain calm for an entire weekend for the blood pressure test. Of course, a variety of situations arise that test Archie's ability to keep an even temper.
Guest starring/Recurring cast
- Sorrell Booke as Joseph Sanders
- John Zoller as Dr. Stanley Ferguson
- Greg Mabrey as Dr. Culver
- Tracy Bogart as Nurse
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