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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 becomes a Red Robin scout leader in order to win a "Man of the Year" award.
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George participates in a charity stage production when he discovers that his performance will promote his business.
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Florence hopes to improve her social life by placing a personal ad in a newspaper.
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Louise thinks she may have a career as an artist, but George is afraid to tell her the truth.
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With Helen and Louise out of town for the weekend, George and Tom devise a plan to set a world record.
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The arrival of a pretty woman tenant annoys Louise.
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In a promotional battle, George and his rival attempt to drive each other out of business.
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The Jeffersons try to help their friend Charlie conquer his drinking problem.
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Tom becomes president of the publishing company and George convinces him that he can handle the new position.
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George's attempt to help Louise run a business almost leads to disaster.
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Florence takes a trip down memory lane when she agrees to escort George's 17-year-old assistant to the senior ball.
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As the Jeffersons and the Willises quarrel, Lionel and Jennie's marriage hangs in the balance.
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Lionel and Jennie return from Japan with news that stuns the Jefferson and Willis families.
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Tom's boring storytelling tactics seem to be working magic on a female quintet.
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Reggie Jackson comes to the rescue after George drops a home run ball at Yankee Stadium.
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George, Louise and Florence go to Atlantic City.
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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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