The Jeffersons - Season 9 Episodes
“Laundry Is a Tough Town (1)”
Big Sky Cleaners, Georges biggest competitor, wants to buy George out but he refuses. The rival company plans a millionth-customer promotion. As the war escalates, Louise goes to settle things at Big Sky, only to become the millionth customer.
“Laundry Is a Tough Town (2)”
George has decided to accept his competitors offer to buy out Jefferson Cleaners and while hes happily looking forward to spending more time at home, everyone else doesn't share his enthusiasm.
“Anatomy of a Stain”
When Tom gets his pants back from the cleaners with a stain on them, he requests George give him a refund. But George blames Tom for putting a candy bar his pants. They have their day on The Peoples Court.
Florence goes on strike against George over her lack of a pension plan and his refusal to do anything about it. Louise, Helen and Tom soon join the picket line.
After rejecting an offer to invest in Charlies declining bar, George suggests a tantalizing idea that turns the business into gold, leaving George green with envy, especially when he discovers whom Charlie got as his new partner.
George idolizes his old, out-of-town buddy, Johnny, but he and Louise mix like oil and water, especially when Johnny misinterprets Louises sarcasm as an invitation to move in.
“A Date with Danger”
George and Louise try to rescue Florence after they learn the suave and likable bachelor shes out on a date with is a convicted murderer.
“Death Smiles on a Dry Cleaner (1)”
The fun-filled challenge of solving a make-believe murder awaits George, Louise and Florence aboard a suspenseful mystery cruise, but unexpectedly, the fictitious crime appears instead to be the real thing.
“Death Smiles on a Dry Cleaner (2)”
All evidence of the mystery cruise murder points the finger of guilt toward one suspect, but super snoop George refuses to accept the obvious and pieces together other clues to substantiate his own theory.
“Appointment in 8-B”
What Ralph the Doorman hears could destroy the Jeffersons marriage when he jumps to the conclusion that George is cheating on Louise.
George becomes the poet laureate of his building when some of his old romantic odes to Louise fall into outside hands, and a publisher expresses interest in his work.
“How Now Dow Jones”
Florences uncompromising attitude toward George undergoes a sudden turnabout when she and her friends risk their life savings and tap his investment sense in order to make a bundle in the stock market.
“The Defiant Ones”
Louises jealous curiosity reaches criminal proportions when she talks Helen into aiding and abetting her attempt to unlock a piece of Georges past that hes hidden safely away in his office safe.
“My Maid. . . My Wife”
Florence is jealous of a friend who has become wealthy, so she poses as Louise while Louise poses as her maid.
Georges jealousy and big mouth get him into big trouble when he spills some of Toms secrets.
“My Girl, Louise”
Putting her pride aside, Louise makes a last-ditch effort to save the Help Center from financial ruin by asking for a donation from a former condescending employer.
“Bodyguards Are People Too”
Jenny is depressed over her fledging career as a fashion designer until Georges bodyguard displays an interest in more than just her sketches.
George and Louise have been very, very good to their foster son but are in for the surprise of their lives when he visits for the first time.
An overly confident George discovers that betting against Florence may not be the easy win he thought when he talks himself into a daring challenge to prove that he can do in three hours what takes a full day.
“The Good Life”
Convinced that her life is dull and boring, Florence goes for a luxurious beauty treatment at a chic and exclusive salon, supposedly frequent by celebrities, to experience the finer things hoping, in the process, to come face-to-face with one of her favorite stars.
George agrees to partner with an apparently fatherless boy for a father-son tournament, unaware that his honorable intentions will lead him into the middle of a sensitive family problem.
“Change of a Dollar”
The inside story of what led to George and Louise's current success is revealed when one of George's dearest friends - the first dollar he earned - reflects back to the day the Jeffersons opened their cleaning store.
George concocts a chance encounter for daughter-in-law Jenny with the world's foremost fashion designer, but his good intentions toward launching Jenny's fashion career are torn to shreds.
George defies Louise and plots cunning star studded scheme to save Jefferson Cleaners from being overrun by his arch-rival, who's hired a famous soap opera heartthrob to promote business.
A charity auction unexpectedly provides Florence with a generous inheritance, and a difficult choice - ethical responsibility or financial freedom.
“The Wheel of Forever”
George is forced to re-evaluate his financial frugality when a startling dream reveals his slim chance to pass through the pearly gates.
George agrees to spend one night a week with Louise. One night, him and Louise break their legs while bicycling.