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"We're moving on up, to the East Side, to a deee-luxe apartment in the sky ... ." This spinoff from "All in the Family" is about literal upward mobility - African- American couple George and Louise Jefferson move into a swanky high-rise building. George is an obstreperous, often rude guy who thinks his wealth should get him anywhere he wants to go. His wife is more levelheaded and often cuts him down to size when his schemes go awry.

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George tells Jessica a medieval bedtime story.
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George and Louise look back on their start in the dry-cleaning business.
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George's expansion plans threaten a local bar.
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The bank refuses to give Lionel and Jenny a loan.
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Louise's jealousy upsets the plans for her and George's 30th anniversary.
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George wants a big party for his 50th birthday, but no one else seems interested.
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George, Lionel and Tom baby-sit newborn Jessica.
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George says he's found a perfect baby-shower gift.
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Jenny goes into labor without Lionel.
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George reluctantly substitutes for Lionel in Jenny's childbirth classes.
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Feeling out of place with Helen's old school friends, Tom turns to George for help.
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A television documentary on Louise's success with a suicide hotline could lead to a deadly failure.
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George's attempts to get out of a painting party land him in the state mental institution.
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Louise takes in a troubled orphan for a week.
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Louise and Florence have a fight, leaving George in the lurch.
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All the preparations for Jenny's baby make Florence want a child of her own.
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A challenge to a boxing match humbles George's big mouth and matching ego.
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Expectant father Lionel's actions shock the Jeffersons and the Willises.
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An unfulfilled request in his father's will leads George on an unusual search.
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Pursuing her feeling that she may have witnessed a murder, Louise lands in deep trouble.
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While using Mr. Bentley's telescope on Halloween, Louise thinks she witnesses a murder.

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