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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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Louise insists on handing a unique punishment to two hoods who tried to rip off George's store.
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Florence's faith is shaken when her church's new minister misappropriates funds.
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When George forgets Louise's birthday, he asks Ralph for help.
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Florence has a fantasy about meeting her idol at a ball despite her stepfather and stepsisters.
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George uses smear tactics in his race against Louise for president of the tenants' council.
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George and Louise try to find the imposters posing as TV personalities who ripped them off.
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Louise pits her tomboyish granddaughter against Mrs. Van Morris' grandson in a piano-playing competition.
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George bribes Ralph into giving blood in his name.
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Jimmy (Garrett Morris) steers George into trouble when he brings $50,000 worth of gambling chips to the Jeffersons.
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Tom and Helen return to their honeymoon hotel on their 30th anniversary.
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George's former girlfriend arrives as an unexpected guest with devious plans.
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Automation threatens Ralph's job just as George tries to boost the doorman's self-esteem.
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George's ego suffers a blow when an unlikely source offers a humble lesson in personal worth.
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Florence's joy at her small-town cousin's arrival turns to concern when the teen decides to stay.
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George takes over as manager of Florence's singing group, but his booking decisions end on a bad note.
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Bothered by her husband's insensitivity, Louise slips into a dream in which she switches personalities with George.
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George and Tom try to prove their manliness after a self-defense instructor captures their wives' fascination.
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Florence steps into a line of fire when the Jeffersons' apartment is used as a police stakeout.
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George's better side comes through after Louise makes an attempt to help an illiterate artist.
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Pining for some time away from fans and a tabloid reporter, Sammy Davis Jr. uses Louise as a last line of defense.
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George and Tom reflect on past Christmas seasons spent with their fathers.

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