Billie is in love with a new man but is troubled when she learns of his relationship with her ex-boyfriend Gary Rabinowitz.
Barney is slated to testify against Archie in a nasty courtroom battle.
Depressed Gary has a bout with alcohol.
Archie thinks Billie is using marijuana.
Archie's silent business partner Murray Klein returns to New York to recoup his investment in the bar.
A lady urges Archie to go to a convention.
Archie, Barney and Harry spend a night on the town in honor of their 20-year friendship.
Archie inadvertently discovers that all his other friends are "Commies" when he plans a party in honor of Mr. Van Ranseleer.
A woman bartender sues after being fired.
Bittersweet memories of her deceased mother are recalled when Stephanie visits her maternal grandmother.
Rabinowitz finds himself the prime candidate for a partnership in the family law firm after saving the life of senior partner Uncle Abe.
Barney's desperate search for female companionship leads him to a video dating service.
Billie's new philosophy of life could prove detrimental to her relationship with boyfriend Gary.
Archie's long-lost brother comes to town to spend Christmas with his daughter Billie.
Harry seems all too willing to jeopardize his marriage for the excitement of a relationship with a younger woman.
Barney gets laid off and Archie takes it upon himself to solve the problem.
Archie hires Raul and Jose when Billie and Stephanie force him to build a much-needed second bathroom.
Stephanie must convince Archie to let her try out when she's granted an audition for the High School of Performing Arts.
Against his better judgement, Rabinowitz lets Billie fill in as his temporary secretary.
An unlikely Archie becomes a connoisseur of the arts when Jose's garbage paintings become the local rage.
Billie soon regrets teaching Stephanie how to charm a man when she starts practicing all she's learned.
Archie's kitchen help Raul and Jose witness a mugging outside the bar but risk deportation if they go to the police.
Gary rushes to answer an urgent legal call from his ex-fiancee, a soon-to-be divorced model.
Mr. Van Ranseleer joins the boys for a night on the town at a singles' club.
Stephanie becomes jealous of Archie's lady friend, who rushes to his side when he catches a nasty cold.
Barney rents a room to an antagonistic man.
Gary's brother becomes Archie's new lawyer.
Billie moves out when she gets fed up with Archie's overprotectiveness.
Archie makes a wrong assumption about a friend and her family.
Archie believes he's ready for romance again.
Stephanie's infatuated with a boy, who just uses her to get closer to an older woman -- Billie.
Veronica, a recovering alcoholic, is tempted when her ex-husband (Jerry Stiller) asks her to join him for a drink.
Murray backs out of the business and now it's up to Archie to find an easygoing partner.
Gloria returns home only to find Archie anxious to hear the details of her breakup with Mike.
Archie voices his concern about a sex-education class at Stephanie's school.
Archie's uninsured truck hits baseball player Reggie Jackson's car.
A man from Billie's past arrives -- and Archie wants desperately for Billie to date him.
A mugger attacks Mr. Van Ranseleer.
Gloria lands a job as a veterinarian's assistant.
Archie's determined to keep an intruder out of his storeroom.
Stephanie wants to try out for her school's baseball team.
Stephanie's candid shots are too revealing.
Archie ruins Stephanie's chance to attend her first dance.
Stephanie's father has ulterior motives for visiting.
Gloria can't wait to begin her new life without Mike, even though Archie doubts she can make it on her own.
Stephanie's long-lost father unexpectedly arrives for her bat mitzvah.
Stephanie thinks she's old enough to attend a rock concert, but Archie disagrees.
The "perfect" computer date may cost Archie his best friend.
Archie wants Harry to buy out Murray's share of the business.
Archie challenges the system when Mrs. Canby is cheated by a sleazy garment operation.
Roger Abbott takes an interest in Billie Bunker.
Archie's niece Billie Bunker comes to visit.
Archie meets someone who may be able to pull him out of a financial slump.
Archie convinces Murray to win Marcie back.
Murray's plans to marry are put on hold when his mother suddenly dies.
Archie's plan to get Stephanie into the school chorus backfires.
Vandals attack Murray's synagogue.
Veronica's drinking worries the partners.
Archie helps on Stephanie's science project.
Murray's plans for a wild weekend at a convention take an unexpected turn.
Murray decides to quit when he gets fed up with Archie.
Murray's gambling techniques place Barney and Archie at odds with each other.
Stephanie's grandmother fights for custody.
Stephanie's grandmother arrives on Christmas Eve wanting to take custody of Stephanie.
Bigotry may force Archie to quit the lodge.
Archie's housekeeper finds a way to get Archie to take Stephanie on a camping trip.
When Murray's former wife stops by, everyone's surprised that she's not the person Murray described her to be.
A young health inspector eyes Veronica.
Veronica and her co-workers walk off the job after Archie turns down their request to form a union.
Archie has a hard time finding a housekeeper.
Archie decides to move out of the house and into an apartment despite Stephanie's objections.
Archie and Stephanie find it difficult to deal with Edith's death.
Archie faces a life alone after Edith's death.
Murray's boyhood friend, now an organized-crime kingpin, stops by for a visit.
Trouble arises when Veronica's ex-husband stops by.
Murray and Archie head up a campaign to raise funds for an operation that may cure Mr. Van Ranseleer's blindness.
Archie refuses to take part in the Father and Daughter Night at Stephanie's school, but Murray gladly offers to help out.
Archie overhears a customer making snide remarks about Fred the waiter.
Sammy Davis Jr. accepts Archie's invitation to visit the bar.
Murray and Archie plan on protecting their bar from a neighborhood robber.
Murray's daughter, whom he never mentioned, arrives for a visit.
Murray falls in love with Barney's ex-wife.
Barney wants to sue Archie after he falls off a bar stool at the restaurant.
Edith invites a few guests too many when she hosts a Sabbath dinner for Stephanie.
Archie's named man of the year by his high-school class.
Murray gives Dottie the prostitute a chance to work at an honorable profession.
Memories trigger family tensions when the Bunkers reunite for the holidays.
Gloria, Mike and Joey arrive at the Bunker home for Thanksgiving.
Murray's past haunts him when he applies for a liquor license.
The restaurant's grand opening is only hours away -- and Archie hasn't hired a cook yet.
Desperate Archie turns to a loan shark when the money for the restaurant addition runs out.
Archie's bookkeeping causes tax problems.
Archie gets ill -- literally -- over the energy crisis.
Murray and Archie disagree over what to do about a prostitute who comes to the bar to pick up men.
Edith gets encouragement from Murray when she wants to get a job, but she's not getting any support from Archie.
Businessman Murray Klein hopes to take over Harry's half-interest in the bar, much to Archie's disapproval.
Archie plans for an expansion of the bar, but his partner has other ideas.