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There was a definite television revolution taking place in the 1970's as everyone saw in the type of television programming that could now be seen. One area of programming that was definitely revolutionary was the new trend of featuring African American characters as the main characters of the shows. Before this time period there really weren't any programs that offered a positive image of a successful African American family, one who struggled past the racism and the poverty to beat the odds and find success. Well, all of that changed in 1975 thanks to

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11 Seasons, 254 Episodes - Canceled
January 18, 1975
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The Jeffersons Full Episode Guide

  • George becomes the nest mother for the Red Robins, which Jessica is in. He does this so he can qualify to be Dry Cleaner of the Year.

  • George uses a talent show started by Louise and Helen to get business for his store. The winner will get time on TV to promote their favorite charity.

  • Florence puts an ad in a column of a singles magazine, trying to find a man. The ad is responded to, but by none other than Harry Bentley.

  • George and Tom try to set a world record for the most times riding up and down an elevator while Louise and Helen are at a spa.

  • Louise tries to get the other people in the apartment to make a formal compliant about a new tenant, in apartment 12-C. The young woman is constantly partying.

  • George and Louise have to try to help Charlie with his marriage while trying to celebrate their anniversary, but they find out that he is an alcoholic.

  • Charlie, to get more profit, decides to host a party at his bar. But Louise has to work there for him when he has to go out-of-town. The party is for a bunch of tough bikers.

  • Clark, a trainee of George's, can't get a date to go to his prom with, so Florence goes with him. Florence sees a man there she wanted to go to the prom with when she was in school.

  • Lionel and Jenny make their announcement: their getting a divorce. A battle between the Jeffersons and Willises follows.

  • Lionel and Jenny come back from Japan with some bad news.

  • Tom wonders if he is attractive while everyone else is busy. Mr. Bentley's girlfriend's sister practically answers his question for him.

  • Reggie Jackson hit a homerun at a baseball game George is at, and George catches it! But he ends up dropping the ball, embarrassing himself in front millions of people.

  • Florence gambles in hopes of raising money so she can go to a graduation. While she is doing that, Louise goes around Atlantic City looking for stars, but when she finds them, she doesn't recognize them.

  • George and Louise catch some kid thieves, and Louise thinks she can change the kids. But George disagrees, and says that he will give a check for $2,000 to the arts program at the Help Center if Louise indeed does change them.

  • Florence is going to go to Ohio with her church choir for a convention, but the money for the trip is stolen by the minister.

  • George tries to find a birthday present for Louise when she thinks that he is going to throw a surprise party for her.

  • Florence's favorite soap opera actor is going to be at a ball that the Jeffersons and Willises are going to, but she can't go. This causes her to imagine herself as Cinderella, with the actor as Prince Charming.

  • The council of the apartment buildings tenants' is having an election to decide who the president will be. George and Louise are running against each other.

  • George is tricked by Louise and Florence to be on a hidden camera TV show. But the producers of this show might be burglars.

  • Louise plans for Jessica to go up against Mrs. Van Morris's grandson in a piano recital.

  • George has Ralph donate blood, but only under the name George Jefferson. The blood ends up saving the life of Mrs. Wertimer, Whittendale's wife.

  • Jimmy Townsend's back with casino chips; $50,000 worth. Soon after, some gamblers show up claiming they've been ripped off by someone named George Jefferson.

  • George gets a letter from his old girlfriend, so George goes to visit her. But she is up to something, involving a gun in her purse.

  • Whittendale is going to put in an automatic door in the building, making Ralph useless.

  • A magazine is going to do a story about George's business, making him worry about Otis, the owner of a shoeshine stand right outside of George's store.

  • Louise and Florence try to persuade George into letting Rhonda, Florence's cousin, to stay in their apartment. However, Rhonda gets into an argument with Florence and becomes a mud wrestler.

  • George acts as the manager of the singing group the Satin Sisters, who are Florence's friends. George arranges for them to a sing at a western bar.

  • Louise is angry at George for breaking two dinner plans with their friends. She imagines herself as George, with his attitude.

  • Tom and George try to prove that they are manly by going hunting. Failing at that, they try to impress their wives with a stuffed animal collection.

  • Florence allows the police to use the Jeffersons apartment as a command post while George and Louise are away. But, Florence ends up in the hospital wounded.

  • George hires Walter, an artist, to help him make a commercial. But, Walter can't read or write. Now George has to persuade Walter to get the rest of his education.

  • Sammy Davis, Jr. moves into the apartment next to the Jeffersons using an alias, hoping to get away from his fans and a reporter.

  • George and Tom decorate George's Christmas tree, and talk about Christmas with their fathers.

  • 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 has accomplished all the goals on a list he made as a teenager, except one: to punch out a bully.

  • Harry is being helped by the Jeffersons and Willises to get his old apartment back. But George loses his loyalty to Harry when he finds out who the person is that's going to be living there.

  • Louise is in the running for the Volunteer of the Year award, and it seems that she will win, but her rival returns before the award is given and gives a huge donation to the Help Center.

  • Florence goes to the museum with her friend, trying to find a millionaire man. Florence finds one that likes her, but there's a problem: he's married.

  • Louise refuses to host a seminar for newlyweds, so Tom and Helen do it. But opportunity arises for George when Tom gets sick.

  • Louise, Helen, and Florence track the guys to Los Angeles, where Jimmy's mysterious cousin is helping them convince con men Tyndall and West that a Caribbean country is launching a nuclear attack on the city so they have to get the stolen $15,000 out of the bank.

  • George, along with Tom, go to Los Angeles to get back the $15,000.

  • George and some of his old friends get Tom into giving up $15,000 he had been saving for a new home when they are trying to teach him a lesson.

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