A non-TV related comment in the music are of this web site got me looking at some trivia concerning "All In The Family". I remember the show eventually ended and a new show called "Archie Bunker's Place" arrived - but I forgot some of the other parts of the story. 1.) Edith never died on "All In The Family"... she was briefly on "Archie Bunker's Place" but she wasn't featured much - and Caroll O'Conner made the decision to permanently end her character. Her death was a sub-plot on "Archie Bunker's Place" 2.) Gloria got her own (short lived) spin-off series - and that spin-off was promoted by having her briefly appear in "Archie Bunker's Place" - as a single mother - divorced from the Meathead. 3.) There are extra lyrics for the opening theme song. I'm not sure they were ever used on television. I'm not certain but the songs seems to have been written FOR the television series. I'm not sure why I stopped watching "All In The Family". I think the basic reason is it moved to a different night from a very comfortable, very dominant position on Saturday night. After it moved, I lost track of it. I think I watched it on Monday nights for a while - but it moved again it was then gone from my mind. In the days without a VCR or a DVR, moving a show could easily kill it. The networks did it often hoping to either dethrone some other show - or create a dominant night for their series. I'm surprised it was still on the air as last as 1979... I probably stopped watching it around 1975 or 1976. I remember when Gloria and Michael moved next door - and when they had a baby - but without them in the house creating tension - the show lost it's steam (in my opinion). Oddly, I do remember watching "Archie Bunker's Place" in the 80s. Bunker's character was more of a softie - and the show was nothing close to what "All In the Family" was in its prime - but there probably wasn't much else on at the time to lure me away. I seem to remember "Archie Bunker's Place" being aired on Sunday nights.