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"The Insurance Is Cancelled"
Season 2, episode # 10
# 23 overall in series (205 episodes)
AITF 2x10 - The Insurance Is Canceled
Edith doesn't know how to tell Archie that his homeowners insurance was cancelled, due to, as he finds out from Edith's nepheWendell, a insurance saleman with the compay, racial red-lining procedures in "The Insurance Is Cancelled" in Season 2 (ep.#17).
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Series: All in the Family
Network/Country: CBS-TV
Air date November 27, 1971
Production code 210 (2x10)
Written by: Lee Kalchiem
Directed by: John Rich
Guest starring: Phil Proctor
Rafael Campos
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The Insurance Is Cancelled is the tenth episode aired during the second season and the 23rd overall episode of All in the Family. The Season 2 episode first aired on CBS-TV on November 27, 1971. Directed by John Rich, the story was written by Lee Kalchiem with Michael Ross and Bernie West.

"The Insurance Is Cancelled"
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At the same time Archie is told to lay off part of his crew at work, he gets a notice informing him that his homeowner's insurance has been canceled.

Plot summary[]

So often the dispenser of thoughtless discrimination, Archie finds himself forced to take his own medicine. This occurs when the Bunkers' home insurance is canceled thanks to the company's new racial red-lining procedures. Archie's plight at home is contrasted with his on-the-job decision to lay off a Puerto Rican employee.

Cast (in credits order)[]

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Guest stars[]

  • Phil Proctor as Wendell Baines
  • Rafael Campos as Little Emanuel

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