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User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. All in the Family — Rate This. Season 6 Episode All Episodes Edith takes matters into her own hands when Archie continually refuses to treat his wife to one night out on the town. An evening at Kelsey's Bar shows Archie that Edith is no social wallflower. Director: Paul Bogart.
All in the Family's 40 greatest episodes. TV My 10 Best Episodes of "All in the Family". Best of All in the Family, S6. All in the Family. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Photos Add Image Add an image Do you have any images for this title? Archie Bunker Jean Stapleton Edith Bunker Rob Reiner Michael 'Meathead' Stivic Sally Struthers Gloria Bunker-Stivic Doris Roberts They were more like flings.
I wasn't looking for love. I liked the excitement of not knowing how a night was going to end. It was all very ladette - work hard, play hard. That's never as jolly as it sounds in the long run. The only good thing is that I never tried drugs: I knew I was the all-or-nothing kind and was afraid I'd like them too much. A boyfriend warned her that she was behaving badly while drunk. My response was to attack him rather than think about the truth.
Time, please: is drinking becoming as socially unacceptable as smoking?
She stopped drinking abruptly in October , "because it wasn't fun any more. I went to AA for a couple of meetings. It was very helpful at first. But I thought I could give it up myself: and I did. Never touched a drop since". Her background sounds conventionally posh: Marlborough College then Keble, Oxford, where she read theology, but on probing, it's more unsettled.
Her elderly father ran a builder's merchants but died in her teens. I didn't really fit in with those girls in Alice bands and everyone coming from a house with a long drive. Her Oxford ghosts returned to haunt her recently when it was alleged she lied on her CV about getting a theology degree when she had left Keble after two years without one. She insists she never lied about her academic record or boasted of an "upper second", as some reports claimed, just a pass in her prelims.
Still, she didn't exactly go out of her way to be open, did she? Her husband is the textbook Tory Boy turned arch moderniser so much so he annoys the Cameronians by being too pally with Labour. How on earth did he get together with a woman who makes Bridget Jones seem a paragon of restraint?
They met when she was 19 and had joined the Oxford University Conservative Association "for the social life". After dating for six months, "he dumped me for being too argumentative," she says, adding sweetly: "But you have to remember that he was a Right-wing headbanger at the time. He's much more rounded and moderate now, and he's rethought a lot.
They stayed friends, even in her wild years.
In , she turned to Labour, under the spell of Tony Blair. Undeterred, Bercow, who'd just been selected for a safe Buckinghamshire seat, asked her to move in. But she didn't fancy being the consort of a man wedded to the Commons: "He hardly ever left the office. A few years later, he told her he'd met someone else: "And I thought, 'Oh, no, I really don't want this to happen', so I suggested we give it one more go and we were engaged shortly afterwards.
The couple have three children, aged five, four and one. Her eldest son is autistic and didn't speak till he was three-and-a-half.
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Now she's trying to become a Labour councillor in a Pimlico ward that is solid Tory and has her eyes on a Parliamentary seat at the next election. How's it all going to work? For the first time, she's a bit on edge. Anyway, I've never been a constituency wife for John. He knew that when he married me. As for the political divide, it runs right through the couple's now very spacious living room.
He's still very Eurosceptic, I'm pro-European. I'm strongly against selection, because it entrenches privilege. No chance of David Cameron winning her over, then?
I think he's really an archetypal Tory. He favours the interests of the few over the mainstream majority. Heavens, she sounds like a Labour HQ handout. In remarks that will grate with the Tory leadership, she says she doubts his commitment to the public services. He has his children at state school now but let's see what happens at secondary level. There's not a real commitment to the state sector among the Tories. The vast majority of the shadow cabinet send their children privately.
Just in case we miss the point, she contrasts Gordon Brown's "peerless" handing of the economic crisis with Cameron's.
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Now, Sally, those expenses. Was it wise to start a refurb of the Speaker's apartments in the midst of an expenses furore in which her husband was embroiled?
A lot went into "big iron planters on the terrace, to stop the children falling into the Thames", window locks and other precautions to make the august rooms suitable for under-fives. I wonder, given her evident dislike of Conservatives, whether she tried to lure her husband to Labour. One day, he might find himself calling his feisty wife to order in the Commons. But she's got more spirit than most of the green benches of parliamentary women put together.
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