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"Edith's Accident"
Season 2, episode # 7
# 20 overall in series (205 episodes)
"All in the Family" episode
Series: All in the Family
Network/Country: CBS-TV
Air date November 6, 1971
Production code 207 (2x07)
Teleplay by: Michael Ross & Bernie West
Story by: Bob & Carol August
Directed by: John Rich
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Edith's Accident is the seventh episode aired during the second season and the 20th overall episode of All in the Family. The episode first aired on CBS-TV on November 6, 1971. The script was co-written by the team of Michael and Bernie West, who would later, along with Don Nicholl, would co-write episode and serve as producers for its spinoff The Jeffersons, as well as the ABC-TV sitcom Three's Company. The episode was directed by John Rich.


"Edith's Accident"
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Synopsis

Due to an accident in a grocery store parking lot, a can of cling peaches in heavy syrup from Edith's shopping basket slightly damages someone's car.

Plot summary

Accidentally denting the fender of a parked car with a can of peaches, Edith leaves a note on the car's windshield. A furious Archie reprimands Edith for her unrepentant act of honesty, but that's hardly the end of the story -- which includes such elements as insurance fraud and an "unfrocked" priest.

Note: Barnard Hughes is cast as Father John Majeski.

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