Sanford & Son

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Sanford & SonJunk dealer Fred Sanford runs roughshod over his son and partner, Lamont, in a groundbreaking sitcom. Fred's moneymaking schemes routinely backfire, and he does just about anything to get out of working -- up to and including faking a heart attack. He's rude, sarcastic, outspoken, overtly prejudiced, and pretty darn nasty to his friends and family.
S2, EP1 "By the Numbers"After Lamont refuses to let Fred place a bet, Fred finds out that his number was the winner of the day.
S2, EP2 "Whiplash"Fred pretends to suffer from whiplash when he has an accident in the pickup truck.
S2, EP3 "The Dowry"Fred schemes to get Lamont to marry a distant cousin in the hopes of obtaining her dowry.
S2, EP4 "Jealousy"Fred's fiancee brings a patient who is under her care to dinner at the Sanford home.
S2, EP5 "Tooth or Consequences"When Fred gets a toothache, he insists that Lamont find a white dentist to cure him.
S2, EP6 "The Card Sharps"Fred is convinced that Lamont's card-playing buddies are trying to take him for all his money.
S2, EP7 "Have Gun, Will Sell"A burglar leaves his gun in the Sanford house after Lamont and Rollo scare him off.
S2, EP8 "The Puerto Ricans Are Coming!"Fred is beside himself when his new Puerto Rican neighbor opens a competing junkyard.
S2, EP9 "The Shootout"Fred accidentally fires an antique gun and fears the worst when his neighbor doesn't answer.
S2, EP10 "Blood Is Thicker Than Junk"Fred is forced to find a new partner for the junkyard when Lamont seeks employment elsewhere.
S2, EP11 "Sanford and Son and Sister Makes Three"Lamont discovers that his new fiancee may actually be his half sister.
S2, EP12 "A Guest in the Yard"A bum threatens to sue Fred when he accidentally injures himself in the junkyard.
S2, EP13 "Fred & Carol & Fred & Donna"Fred invites his fiancee and a door-to-door saleswoman to dinner on the same evening.
S2, EP14 "The Light Housekeeper"When Fred receives a slight injury in a car mishap, Lamont hires a housekeeper to help out.
S2, EP15 "The Big Party"Fred and Lamont throw a neighborhood party in an effort to raise money to pay their bills.
S2, EP16 "A Visit From Lena Horne"Fred invades Lena Horne's television studio dressing room during a tour of NBC.
S3, EP21 "Tyranny, Thy Name Is Grady"Grady tries to keep the Sanford home free of Bible meetings and orgies.
S3, EP22 "Aunt Esther and Uncle Woodrow Pffttt ..."Woodrow moves into the Sanford house when Esther kicks him out.
S3, EP23 "The Way to Lamont's Heart"Judy makes advances toward Grady to win his support in her scheme to marry Lamont.
S3, EP24 "Hello, Cousin Emma ... Goodbye, Cousin Emma"Grady invites cousin Emma to the Sanfords', hoping that she will do the cooking and cleaning.
S4, EP1 "The Surprise Party"When Fred returns early from a long trip, he spoils a homecoming party Lamont and Grady had planned.
S4, EP2 "Matchmaker, Matchmaker"Uncle George dies, and Lamont will inherit $7,000 if he produces a son within the next 12 months and names him George.
S4, EP3 "Ol' Brown Eyes"Fred is sure that the ring Lamont gave him as a present is the one he has heard was stolen from Frank Sinatra.
S4, EP4 "Grady and His Lady"Grady's fiancee decrees that after the wedding, he will no longer be spending his evenings with the Sanfords.
S2, EP17 "Lamont Goes African"Fred thinks that Lamont's African dress and customs are ludicrous until he hears what they include.
S2, EP19 "The Infernal Triangle"Lamont is upset when Fred announces that he plans to marry a young woman he has just met.
S2, EP20 "Pops 'n' Pals"Fred schemes to make Lamont feel guilty when he feels that his son is ignoring him.
S2, EP22 "Pot Luck"Lamont gets involved in a con game when he buys what he believes is a rare antique commode.
S2, EP23 "The Kid"A 9-year-old boy begins spending all his time at the Sanford home.
S2, EP24 "Rated X"A newspaper ad leads Fred and Lamont to try out for a low-budget movie.
S3, EP1 "Lamont as Othello"A drama coach comes to the Sanford home to tutor Lamont for an acting role.
S3, EP2 "Libra Rising All Over Lamont"Lamont runs afoul of the stars in an astrological mix-up involving his father and Aunt Esther.
S3, EP3 "Fred, the Reluctant Fingerman"Fred witnesses a burglary at Julio's house but is too scared to identify the criminals for the police.
S3, EP4 "Presenting the Three Degrees"Lamont promotes an all-female singing trio from Philadelphia, The Three Degrees.
S3, EP5 "This Little TV Went to Market"Fred's new color television set may be the same one that was stolen from Grady.
S3, EP6 "Lamont Is That You?"Lamont and Rolla go into a gay bar by mistake during a night out on the town.
S3, EP7 "Fuentes, Fuentes, Sanford & Chico"Lamont and Julio go into the used auto-parts business and drive Fred to Skid Row.
S3, EP8 "Superflyer"Fred makes his first airplane trip when his uncle leaves him an inheritance.
S3, EP9 "The Members of the Wedding/The Engagement"Fred succumbs to Donna's pressures and agrees to get married, but his family has other ideas; Fred and Donna plan to wed in a private ceremony at the Sanford home, and Lamont uses this as a ploy to try to get rid of Donna.
S3, EP10 "The Blind Mellow Jelly Collection"Fred donates a collection of rare jazz albums to a music library in order to get a tax write-off.
S3, EP11 "A House Is Not a Poolroom"Fred's buddies turn his house into a pool hall when Lamont buys him a pool table.
S3, EP12 "Grady, the Star Boarder"Grady is sick of being a boarder for the bickering Ferguson's and vents his frustrations to Fred.
S3, EP13 "Wine, Women and Aunt Esther"Fred and his friends plan a cheer-up party after attending a friend's funeral.
S3, EP14 "Mama's Baby, Papa's Maybe"A question arises as to whether Fred is really Lamont's father.
S4, EP5 "There'll Be Some Changes Made"Lamont leaves after Fred refuses to allow a sensitivity group to meet at the Sanford home.
S4, EP6 "Going Out of Business"Fred sees the beginning of the end of his junk business when Lamont takes a job in a men's clothing store.
S4, EP7 "Home Sweet Home"Fred holds out for more money when a Japanese land development company offers to buy his house.
S4, EP8 "My Kingdom for a Horse"Fred buys a racehorse with an impressive history in hopes of breeding him.
S4, EP9 "Sanford and Niece"Fred's niece, the spitting image of his late wife, visits the Sanford home.
S4, EP10 "Julio and Sister and Nephew"Julio's sister and nephew stay with the Sanfords temporarily.
S4, EP11 "Fred's Treasure Garden"A fun time is had by all when Grady serves his friends, including two policemen, a salad made with marijuana.
S4, EP12 "Tower Power"Fred tries to sculpt a work of art from junk when he discovers the value of sculpture.
S3, EP15 "Fred Sanford, Legal Eagle"Lamont goes to court after receiving what he feels is an unfair traffic ticket.
S3, EP16 "This Land Is Whose Land?"A dispute arises between Fred and Julio over the boundary dividing their properties.
S3, EP20 "Will the Real Fred Sanford Please Do Something?"A woman with whom Grady had a drunken fling mistakes him for her fiance, Fred Sanford.
S3, EP19 "Lamont Goes Karate"When Lamont is hit in the nose over the affections of a girl, he decides to take karate lessons.
S3, EP18 "The Party Crasher"Fred has different plans when Lamont and Rollo plan a romantic evening with two girls.
S3, EP17 "Fred's Cheating Heart"Lamont takes his father to the hospital to find out why he's had so many heart attacks.
S1, EP14 "The Piano Movers"Lamont is offered a grand piano by a wealthy eccentric if he will move it out of his apartment.
S1, EP13 "The Return of the Barracuda"Fred and Donna have reconciled their differences and are once again planning to wed.
S1, EP12 "The Suitcase Case"When Lamont finds a suitcase full of money, he puts it in the safe until the police arrive.
S1, EP11 "TV or Not TV"Fred fakes amnesia in a scheme to get a color television set.
Junk dealer Fred Sanford runs roughshod over his son and partner, Lamont, in a groundbreaking sitcom. Fred's moneymaking schemes routinely backfire, and he does just about anything to get out of working -- up to and including faking a heart attack. He's rude, sarcastic, outspoken, overtly prejudiced, and pretty darn nasty to his friends and family.
Original Air Date: Jan 14, 1972
Genres: ComedyTV Series
Rating: TVPG
Playback: HD
2 seasons available on demand (8 episodes)
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