“Cousin Liz” (October 9, 1977) After two years and more than a few negative comments, Drew and Glen once again focus their gaze on All in the Family, a sitcom about America’s favorite ignoramus. This episode is a sweet and it is elegant, and it shows how readily Jean Stapleton’s Edith can accept that love between two women isn’t at all different from her love for her husband. There’s no B plot and only three characters, yet this is one of the best episodes GEE has reviewed so far. If you haven’t yet, please give us a rate & review on iTunes. Support us on Patreon! Buy or rent Glen’s movie, Being Frank, on iTunes Check out A Love Bizarre, Los Angeles’ No. 1 best queer art space: Follow: GEE on Twitter • Drew on Twitter • Glen on Twitter Listen: iTunes • Spotify • Stitcher • Google Play • Google Podcasts • Himalaya • TuneIn And yes, we do have an official website! And we even have episode transcripts courtesy of Sarah Neal. Our logo was designed by Rob Wilson. This is a TableCakes podcast. This episode’s outro track is “Time and Love” by Tea for Two.
Jean Stapleton, Edith Bunker of "All in the family" joins us
a soul encountered with Host Kevin Collard
Jean Stapleton, a seasoned stage and film actress who found lasting fame as the dimwitted and big-hearted wife of Archie Bunker on the 1970s social sitcom "All in the Family," died May 31 2013 at her home in New York City. She was 90.
5: Yiddish or British a.k.a. Edith Bunker Writes a Novel
Kind of Sober
Episode Five - Ever wonder if some of your friends had the same experiences you did in school? Kind of Sober takes a special look at some of the great stories from days gone by: college, high school, junior high, and even elementary school. Featured in this episode is our very first special guest! This is definitely one for the ages. Also, stay in school, kids.