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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 awaits a visit from his sister until he finds out that her new husband is white.
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Fred tries to sculpt a work of art from junk when he discovers the value of sculpture.
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Julio and the Sanfords decide to merge their junk businesses into one.
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Julio's sister and nephew stay with the Sanfords temporarily.
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Fred's lifestyle is disrupted when Lamont runs for state assemblyman.
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Fred's niece, the spitting image of his late wife, visits the Sanford home.
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Fred holds out for more money when a Japanese land development company offers to buy his house.
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Fred buys a racehorse with an impressive history in hopes of breeding him.
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When Fred returns early from a long trip, he spoils a homecoming party Lamont and Grady had planned.
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Grady's fiancee decrees that after the wedding, he will no longer be spending his evenings with the Sanfords.
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Uncle George dies, and Lamont will inherit $7,000 if he produces a son within the next 12 months and names him George.
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Fred is sure that the ring Lamont gave him as a present is the one he has heard was stolen from Frank Sinatra.
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Fred sees the beginning of the end of his junk business when Lamont takes a job in a men's clothing store.
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Lamont leaves after Fred refuses to allow a sensitivity group to meet at the Sanford home.
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Grady must decide whether to lie when he receives too many Social Security checks.
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Grady steps in to protect the Sanford "treasures" when Lamont invites an ex-convict friend home.
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A fun time is had by all when Grady serves his friends, including two policemen, a salad made with marijuana.
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Grady invites cousin Emma to the Sanfords', hoping that she will do the cooking and cleaning.
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Judy makes advances toward Grady to win his support in her scheme to marry Lamont.
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Woodrow moves into the Sanford house when Esther kicks him out.
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Grady tries to keep the Sanford home free of Bible meetings and orgies.

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