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| Season Five, episode # 16|
|Series:||All In The Family|
|Air date||January 4, 1975|
|Written by|| Teleplay by: |
Bud Wiser and Lou Derman & Bill Davenport
|Directed by:||John Rich and Bob LaHendro & H. Wesley Kenney|
|IMDB||Prisoner in the House|
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Prisoner in the House was the 16th episode of the fifth season and the landmark 101st overall episode of All In The Family. The Season 5 episode first aired on CBS-TV on January 4, 1975. Written by Bud Wiser, Lou Derman and Bill Davenport from a story by Wiser, it was directed by H. Wesley Kenney.
Archie is dismayed to learn that the plumber who is doing work in his home has employed a furloughed prisoner from Sing-Sing.
Archie and Edith are having a problem with their plumbing so they call of friend of theirs, Mr. Strinksi, a plumber. who brings and assistant named Nick Howard. While Archie is at work, the assistant tells Edith that he is a convict on a work furlough. Edith is okay with it, but she is afraid of what Archie may think. Eventually, he finds out and spreads the news all over Kelcy's bar. The plumber decides not to finish the job and that he can't use the assistant anymore. Edith encourages him not to give up.