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Archie and Edith Bunker's Final Appearance

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Published on Jan 13, 2011

This is the last appearance Carroll O'Connor and Jean Stapleton made together. This aired on April 24, 2000. Carroll passed away June 21, 2001. Jean passed away May 31, 2013. (thanks to xanjohn for the additional information)

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Max Power
Where is Archie Bunker and who is this nice gentleman?
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taergehtsiram
This is nice. I think they both come across as very classy.
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Andy Marabella
I loved that Jean refused to do the voice for those guys. She was a real class act. RIP 
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eric5906
She should've run on stage with a can of beer, yelling: "Heeeere's ya' beeeeer, Archie!!" in full character.
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Randy Bailin
Donnie and Marie are as dumb as 2 stumps. They didn't pick up on Jean's firm refusal and persisted in begging her to do the Edith voice. Marie starts begging and Donnie whips out his wallet. Just embarrassing.
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scidamenge
So touching when he said Jean loves him.
Kelli Rothwell
Americas best loved TV couple
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M. M.
I love Donny and Marie. They were and always will be so cute!!! Good singers, fun hosts, but they can't interview worth a darn. I'm so glad Carroll and Jean refused to "return" to Archie and Edith and "do voices". The utmost of professionalism not seen anymore in showbiz.
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Dave Glo
Loved seeing Caroll & Jean together again. They had the greatest respect and fondness for each other. I was glad Jean refused Marie's idiotic request - no self-respecting actor does gimmicks on chat shows. She played Edith for ten years - no need to caricature the past. Would they have dared ask Laurence Olivier to recite Hamlet for the goons in the studio? And both O'Connor and Stapleton had distinguished stage and film careers before All in the Family, although of course the TV show made them megastars. Nice joint appearance, wish they'd had more intelligent hosts.
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Ruth S
Why should she do a voice? She's not a performing dog! And yes she is an actor and therefore is entitled to be paid for her work! I loved the both!!!!!!
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