and Stapleton performed the song off-camera and at a faster tempo than the series version.) Six different performances were recorded over the run of the series, including one version. Citation needed Home media edit Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (formerly Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment) released the first six seasons of All in the Family on DVD in Region 2007. "All in the Family DVD news: Announcement for All in the Family - The Complete 8th Season". A few perceptible drifts can be observed when listening to each version chronologically. 4 It became the first television series to reach the milestone of having topped the Nielsen ratings for five consecutive years. However, due to a continuity error, the end credits 15 of episodes involving the bar owner spell the name "Kelcy" for the first two seasons and "Kelsey" thereafter, although the end credits show "Kelcy" in the " Archie Gets the Business " episode.
She appeared in only two episodes, "Cousin Maude's Visit where she took care of the Bunker household when all four were sick, and " Maude " from the show's second season, which was basically a backdoor pilot. It only lasted four weeks in April 1981, and the character returned to her old job as the Jeffersons' maid. Additionally, in the first three versions of the opening, Archie is seen wearing his classic trademark white shirt. Edith wanted her to move in, but Archie would not allow it, though when he thought Iola did not have any place to go, he told her privately that she could always stay with them.
His ignorance and stubbornness seem to cause his the Concept of Totalitarianism malapropism -filled arguments to self-destruct. However, after seeing the show's pilot, ABC requested a second pilot expressing dissatisfaction with both actors. 49 Archie and Edith Bunker's chairs are on display in the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. After hearing Archie's racist remarks, Davis asks for a photograph with him. Popular T-shirts, buttons, and bumper stickers showing O'Connor's image and farcically promoting "Archie Bunker for President" appeared around the time of the 1972 presidential election.