George devised a sure-fire plan to end Tom Willis' vulnerability to con artists but neglects the obvious possibility that he too could get burned, in the first of a three-part story. Saturday Night Live alumni Garrett Morris guests as con artist Jimmy Townsend, and Greg Morris of Mission Impossible fame makes a special appearance as Townsend's expert sleuth cousin. GS - Garrett Morris
The plan to recover the fifteen grand that George's buddies swindled from tom sounds god, but it may cost George more than he had anticipated, in part two of a three-part story.
Three unexpected visitors could prove more dangerous to George and Tom's lives than the incredible plan they cooked up to recoup the fifteen grand that Tom lost to two con artists, in the concluding part of a special three-part episode.
Unlikely counselor George pitches in and takes over a Help Center seminar for newlyweds, but his chauvinistic viewpoint of what makes a happy marriage puts Louise in an awkward position.
While accompanying girl friend on her manhunting expedition to a posh New York City art gallery, Florence inadvertently bags a millionaire who's obsessed with raising her self esteem.
Louise appears to be a shoo-in for the Help Center's Volunteer of the Year Award, until a woman who has been no help for eight months suddenly donates $25,000 to the Center.
George's oversight ruins the homecoming celebration for the Jefferson's former neighbor Harry Bentley who arrives expecting to move back into his old apartment, but discovers that he's a man without a home. Paul Benedict returns, after a two year absence, to the role of Harry Bentley.
The arrival of an unexpected letter from a childhood chum goads George into an outlandish youthful competition that Louise is determined to halt before one of them gets hurt. Rosey Grier, former pro football tackle for the new York giants and Los Angeles Rams turned Social-political activist, minister and actor, guest stars as George Jeffersons formidable opponent Powerhouse Watson.The arrival of an unexpected letter from a childhood chum goads George into an outlandish youthful competition that Louise is determined to halt before one of them gets hurt. Rosey Grier, former pro football tackle for the new York giants and Los Angeles Rams turned Social-political activist, minister and actor, guest stars as George Jeffersons formidable opponent Powerhouse Watson.Guest Star(s): Rosey Grier.Guest Star(s): Rosey Grier.
George has a contest at the store to get business. Whittendale's niece is in the contest, and if she doesn't win, George will be evicted.
George and Tom decorate George's Christmas tree, and talk about Christmas with their fathers.
All in the Family begat The Jeffersons, so it is fitting that one of the most famous visitors to the Bunker household, Sammy Davis Jr., moves across the hall from the Jeffersons.
Louise tries to convince a young artist, whom George has hired to animate a TV commercial for Jefferson Cleaners, to return to school after she discovers he can't read or write.
Florences life is in peril when she inadvertently steps into the line of fire during a police stakeout in the Jeffersons apartment.
Louises and Helens ebullient fascination with their rugged self-defense instructor taunts George and Tom into an outlandish hunting expedition in hopes of rekindling their wives' respect for their manliness.
Upset with Georges incessant insensitivity, Louise drifts into a daydream where she trades personalities with her husband only to realize that its easier to like George than to be like him.
Florence cons George into managing the career of her singing soul sisters, but Georges debut in the entertainment world is less than successful when he books the group in a red neck western bar.
Florences elation quickly turns to concern when her naive 18-year-old cousin arrives for her first visit to the big city and announces her plan to stay permanently. Mud wrestling is involved.
George is forced to reevaluate his own overblown self-importance after receiving a humbling lesson in personal worth and pride from a shoeshine man.
Georges efforts to help Ralph the doorman get a raise are nullified when Mr. Whittendale unexpectedly announces his intention to install an automatic door.
George is shocked to discover that an unexpected visit from an old girlfriend isn't just for old times sake.
When Tom and Helen return to their honeymoon hotel on their 30th anniversary, they discover that a lot has changed in three decades.
Jimmy (Garrett Morris) puts George into harms way when he arrives with $50,000 worth of gambling chips and a collector thinking that Jimmys name is George Jefferson.