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| Season Three, episode # 17|
|Series:||All In The Family|
|Air date||January 27, 1973|
|Written by||Austin & Irma Kalish|
|Directed by:||John Rich and Bob LaHendro|
|IMDB||Archie Goes Too Far|
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Archie Goes Too Far is the 17th episode of the third season and the 54th overall episode All In The Family. The Season 3 episode first aired on CBS-TV on January 27, 1973. The Story was co-directed by John Rich and Bob LaHendro. The story was written by the husband/wife writing team of Austin & Irma Kalish.
Note: A then little-known Mary Kay Place has a small role as one of Gloria's friends; Norman Lear would cast her in Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman a few years later.
Archie snoops through Mike and Gloria's room, and finds plenty of things to start the latest argument. He finds a poem, triggering a fight over the right of privacy. Mike storms out of the house to cool off, and an equally hot Gloria and Edith decide to join him. And Archie is not even apologizing!
Archie has often overstepped his bounds in expressing his dismay over Gloria's marital relationship with a "liberal meathead" like Mike. But never before has he expressed his mistrust of Mike in so extreme a manner as in this episode. Considering himself within his rights to search Mike and Gloria's room, Archie succeeds only in nearly tearing his family asunder -- and this time, even Edith lowers the boom on her husband.