All in the Family (1971–1979)
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The Taxi Caper 

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Archie is robbed while driving Munson's cab, and finds himself at odds with a corrupt politician who doesn't want him to report the crime.

Directors:

Bob LaHendro, John Rich

Writers:

Norman Lear (developed by), Dennis Klein | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Carroll O'Connor ... Archie Bunker
Jean Stapleton ... Edith Bunker
Rob Reiner ... Michael 'Meathead' Stivic
Sally Struthers ... Gloria Bunker-Stivic
Michael Pataki ... Det. Sgt. Tony Roselli
Robert Mandan ... Mr. Morrison
Al Stellone Al Stellone ... Sgt. Chuck Blair
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Archie is robbed while driving Munson's cab, and finds himself at odds with a corrupt politician who doesn't want him to report the crime.

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

8 December 1973 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Tandem Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

$100 in 1973 with inflation will be worth $575.56 in 2019. See more »

Goofs

Just as Gloria asks Archie if he'd be able to identify the robber, a boom mic drops into the upper right corner of the screen for several seconds before disappearing. See more »

Quotes

Archie Bunker: Ah, you must be another detective.
Mr. Morrison: No, no, I'm a lawyer.
Archie Bunker: Hold it, I don't need no lawyer, I already been robbed.
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References Our Gang (1922) See more »

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And justice for all?
30 November 2016 | by stones78See all my reviews

With the recent crazy world of American politics, this episode revolves around the power of the purse, which directly affects one Archie Bunker. The story has Archie robbed in his cab by a young white man, which both surprises and disappoints him, but it turns out this youngster is the son of a powerful politician. Watch for familiar faces in Robert Mandan and Michael Pataki, as they both play their respective parts convincingly. An interesting scene has Archie obviously lambasting the criminal, while Mike the liberal tells him that even criminals aren't pieces of trash, as Archie calls the thief; however, after Archie gets bribed by a smooth talking attorney to drop the charges, Mike reverts to calling Archie a hypocrite, and even criticizes the attorney for defending the politician's son. It was nice to see Mike take off his liberal cap for once, and call a spade a spade. I won't spoil the ending, but even though Archie got paid/bribed $100 to forget about the crime, his wallet is about to get "legally" hit in the police station. The most notable aspect for me was Mandan's and Pataki's appearances, but this was still a solid episode.


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