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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.

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Fred puts his home and business up for sale when he hears that an earthquake will hit.
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Fred and Lamont take in boarders to pay the mortgage, but the prospects don't look good.
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Fred is put under hypnosis to cure his addiction to television.
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Fred is inside the bank when it gets robbed, and becomes a hostage.
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Fred turns Cupid when Esther fights with Woodrow and moves into the Sanford house.
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Fred goes out for the Senior Olympics to compete for Donna's affection.
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Donna wants to marry Fred, but another man proposes to her first.
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Fred is injured and hospitalized while witnessing an attempted murder.
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Grady feels out of place when he moves in with his daughter and her family.
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Fred is caught spending a lot of time with a white schoolteacher.
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Fred invites B.B. King to dinner and gives him another reason to sing the blues.
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Fred traces his background and is told he is Jewish and a descendant of King Solomon.
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Fred hits a lucky gambling streak when he and Lamont need money to buy the Sanford Arms.
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Fred organizes a protest against a store that discriminates against older citizens.
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Fearful that his days are numbered, Fred prepares a will and summons everyone to an advance reading.
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Fred becomes a clergyman of the Divine Profit Church to avoid paying taxes.
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Seeking Donna's sympathy, Fred decides to prolong his temporary deafness.
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Grady tries an ancient Oriental magic trick and shackles Fred to Esther.
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Fred thinks that all his furniture has been stolen when Lamont and Esther send it out to be upholstered.
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A person comes to visit, claiming that he and Fred were friends 40 years ago.
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Fred debates competing in a Redd Foxx look-alike contest in town.

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