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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 basks in the limelight after heroically saving an elderly woman from a mugger.
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The Jeffersons' neighbor is in the Ku Klux Klan.
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A visit to her old home in Harlem brings back memories for Louise.
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George recruits Tom to save the day in the bowling semifinals.
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George's appearance on a local talk show is jeopardized when the host learns he's sponsoring a Cuban refugee.
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Florence's vivid imagination transforms life at the Jeffersons' into a soap opera.
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George and Louise enter Jessica in a baby contest.
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George gets carried away playing Santa for the orphans at the help center.
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Florence's cousin skips town with money she borrowed from George.
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Helen and Louise attend an all-male strip show.
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George and Tom land on a strange island.
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Tom and George rent a sailboat even though neither knows how to sail it.
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George thinks he's found his paradise in Hawaii.
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The Hawaiian islands call to George and Louise.
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George and Tom challenge each other to a marathon.
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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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