She was surprised when "ERA supporters used Edith Bunker's picture in magazine ads with the caption reading 'Second Class Citizen.' That summer, I got a call from the White House. I thought it was a joke. But they invited me to be a commissioner at a huge national woman's convention in Texas. That's when I met all these fabulous women, strong supporters of the women's movement: Gloria Steinem, Betty Friedan and more, just wonderful people from all the states. It was very inspiring. And all of that happened just because of the series, because fame struck. Zap, like that."