Jean Stapleton on refusing to reprise "Edith Bunker" or a likeness of her in television commercials
Jean Stapleton on appearing on The Defenders with future All in the Family co-star Carroll O'Connor
Jean Stapleton on reading for All in the Family and her impressions of the pilot script
Jean Stapleton on her initial characterization of "Edith Bunker," and seeing a single episode of the British show on which All in the Family was based, Till Death Do Us Part
Jean Stapleton on creating "Edith Bunker's" characterization, including her constant hurrying and nasal voice
Jean Stapleton on her description of All in the Family's "Edith Bunker"
Jean Stapleton on All in the Family co-star Carroll O'Connor
Jean Stapleton on the long gestation period between the All in the Family pilots and a series pick-up
Jean Stapleton on why ABC passed on All in the Family
Jean Stapleton on her opinion of the frank nature of All in the Family
Jean Stapleton on the casting of Rob Reiner and Sally Struthers as "Mike" and "Gloria" on All in the Family, following recasts from the pilots
Jean Stapleton on performing "Those Were the Days," the theme song from All in the Family, and a lyric that proved problematic
Jean Stapleton on filming All in the Family in front of a live audience
Jean Stapleton on the collaborative nature of the All in the Family set
Jean Stapleton on All in the Family executive producer/series developer Norman Lear
Jean Stapleton on All in the Family director John Rich
Jean Stapleton on All in the Family director Paul Bogart
Jean Stapleton on favorite All in the Family episodes
Jean Stapleton on how All in the Family used comedy to expose social issues, including bigotry
Jean Stapleton on consciously trying to avoid being typecast by "Edith Bunker"
Jean Stapleton on dealing with fame
Jean Stapleton on the pilot of The Jeffersons, aired as the All in the Family episode "The Jeffersons Move Up"
Jean Stapleton on the decision to have the character of "Edith Bunker" die, in the Archie Bunker's Place episode "Archie Alone"
Jean Stapleton on the All in the Family episode "Edith's Christmas Story," which dealt with breast cancer
Jean Stapleton on the growth of "Edith Bunker" over the course of All in the Family, as seen in such episodes as "Edith's Night Out"
Jean Stapleton on learning to be open for all projects, as a result of her work on All in the Family
Jean Stapleton on taking a buyout from residuals on All in the Family
Jean Stapleton on the donation of "Archie" and "Edith's" chairs from the set of All in the Family to the Smithsonian Institution