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Old 03-31-2012, 05:33 PM   #1
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Default Watched the episode "Archie Alone" and this was the scene that made the tears roll

when he said to stephanie

"I'm not supposed to be here with you she is because I;m no good at this"


Very emotional scene. I didn't even get emotional when he was crying about Edith dying just when he said he was not good at being a parent.

Wish this show can be picked up one day by Antenna TV
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Old 03-31-2012, 11:33 PM   #2
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when he said to stephanie

"I'm not supposed to be here with you she is because I;m no good at this"


Very emotional scene. I didn't even get emotional when he was crying about Edith dying just when he said he was not good at being a parent.

Wish this show can be picked up one day by Antenna TV

It was a good scene. Very morbid, ghoulish episode. Very well done.
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It was a good scene. Very morbid, ghoulish episode. Very well done.


I was cool until that statement. Would be nice to see how the show picks up after that episode.
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Old 03-31-2012, 11:57 PM   #4
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when he said to stephanie

"I'm not supposed to be here with you she is because I;m no good at this"


Very emotional scene. I didn't even get emotional when he was crying about Edith dying just when he said he was not good at being a parent.

Wish this show can be picked up one day by Antenna TV


Where did you watch it Solomon? Youtube?
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Where did you watch it Solomon? Youtube?


Pav emailed me the episode in a trade but it is on youtube-lol
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Pav emailed me the episode in a trade but it is on youtube-lol

YouTube has the edited TV Land version.
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I was cool until that statement. Would be nice to see how the show picks up after that episode.

The following episode is on YouTube (edited version):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewyhlMv_Q94
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The following episode is on YouTube (edited version):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewyhlMv_Q94


I forgot it was a CBS ep because of the cut out commercials-lol
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Yep, you watched it unedited. CBS Special Presentation
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I love that episode. So emotional... Carol Oconnor did an amazing job.
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I love that episode. So emotional... Carol Oconnor did an amazing job.


He sure did and but once was enough and I definitely would skip that ep if the show is ever in syndication in the future.
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He sure did and but once was enough and I definitely would skip that ep if the show is ever in syndication in the future.
You know, I have never seen that episode since it originally aired in 1980. lol
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You know, I have never seen that episode since it originally aired in 1980. lol


It's a lot of All in the family eps that I wouldn't watch again. Like the one when Edith gets rape and the one she has a lump on her breasts. But then there are the serious eps I would watch again like

Draft Dodger and Unemployment episode.

I just think some eps are meant to be watched only once
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I was watching that episode with my mom, we both had tears in our eyes.
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