Urgent Request!! Did Archie and Edith sleep in the same bed?
Friends say yes, but I NEED to KNOW! I don't think so, never having seen them, THIS is Urgent, DL
That's a hard yes on that one, OP.
But they didn't live. . on the UES, did they?
R5, Of course not. The Bunkers lived in Queens.
Yes. One episode showed it. Archie was upset (AND being an asshole,) and Edith consoled him.
Didn't Archie find Edith under their bed in the episode where we never see Edith again? I think she was looking for one of her shoes and got stuck there and never came out.
or....is that an upcoming episode of "Mike and Molly?"
They lived at 704 Hauser Street in Astoria, which couldn't be. All addresses in Queens County use hyphens in house numbers. It might have been 7-04 which meant they lived near 7th Street in Astoria.
but did they do it?
It seems so inefficient to retain the various separate postal and addressing conventions for each borough of NYC. But I suppose it's worked for them all these decades, so what do I know?
On the Upper East Side, because of new high rise-apartments, 10021 ran out of ZIP+4 codes. The former zone is now 10065 (60th-69th), 10021 (70th-76th) and 10075 (77-80th).
Seems like a double bed.
Archie in bed at minute 15:00
Yes. The Ding is an unusual Bat, that sleeps in a bed versus hanging from its perch.
10021 used to be an accepted zip in my neighborhood but they changed it to 10128 years ago.
After Mike and Gloria divorced, Mike told me in confidence that he and Gloria used to listen with their ears to the wall of Archie's upstairs bathroom. He said that Edith would give Archie a blumpkin several times a week (and every Sunday morning like clockwork, or should I say cockwork).
Mike said that Archie and Edith were apparently freaks in the bedroom. He heard lots of moaning and groaning and screaming.
Op there is nothing urgent about this request. Why did you even post this?
Since he was the dominate partner, I would say they did sleep in the same bed. Men like to sleep with their wives...unless they are just bearding.
Edith was brilliant on this show.
r17, your 10128 (87th-96th) was carved out of 10028 (now 81-86th) in 1983. The 10021 changes were in in 2007.
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