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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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A dispute arises between Fred and Julio over the boundary dividing their properties.
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Lamont goes to court after receiving what he feels is an unfair traffic ticket.
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Fred and his friends plan a cheer-up party after attending a friend's funeral.
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A question arises as to whether Fred is really Lamont's father.
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Grady is sick of being a boarder for the bickering Ferguson's and vents his frustrations to Fred.
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Lamont and Esther hatch a plot to prevent Fred and Donna's wedding.
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Fred makes his first airplane trip when his uncle leaves him an inheritance.
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Fred donates a collection of rare jazz albums to a music library in order to get a tax write-off.
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Fred's buddies turn his house into a pool hall when Lamont buys him a pool table.
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Lamont and Julio go into the used auto-parts business and drive Fred to Skid Row.
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Fred witnesses a burglary at Julio's house but is too scared to identify the criminals for the police.
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Lamont runs afoul of the stars in an astrological mix-up involving his father and Aunt Esther.
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Lamont promotes an all-female singing trio from Philadelphia, The Three Degrees.
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Fred's new color television set may be the same one that was stolen from Grady.
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A drama coach comes to the Sanford home to tutor Lamont for an acting role.
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Lamont and Rolla go into a gay bar by mistake during a night out on the town.
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A newspaper ad leads Fred and Lamont to try out for a low-budget movie.
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A 9-year-old boy begins spending all his time at the Sanford home.
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Lamont gets involved in a con game when he buys what he believes is a rare antique commode.
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Fred moves to a senior citizens home when Lamont decides to travel around the world.
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Lamont is upset when Fred announces that he plans to marry a young woman he has just met.

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