The Jeffersons: Season 4

Episodes

# Air Date Title
1 Sep 24
1977

The Grand Opening (1)

George is getting ready for a party to celebrate the opening of his new office. However, while George is in Charlie’s bar, two men overhear George brag about his wealth…

2 Sep 24
1977

The Grand Opening (2)

George hurries to scoff up the ransom money for Louise’s safe return. However, both George and the kidnappers quickly learn that they have the wrong person, when Louise…

3 Oct 01
1977

Once a Friend

George is excited when he learns that an old Navy pal is in town and wants him to stop by at his hotel for a visit. However his old pal, Eddie, has a big surprise for George,…

4 Oct 08
1977

George's Help

Helping out at the Help Center, puts Louise in the middle of new program which gives street kids jobs with businesses. This leads to a street kid getting a job at one of Georg…

5 Oct 15
1977

George's Legacy

George insists on being immortalized and comes up with ways on how to go about doing it. He finally decides on having a bust made of himself. However, his family and friends…

6 Oct 22
1977

Good News, Bad News

Louise is eyeing a job opening down at the Help Center, which would make her editor of the Help Center newsletter. However, when her supervisor discovers how much experience H…

7 Oct 29
1977

The Visitors

George and Louise have two unexpected house guests when Florence’s parents come for a visit. Their constant bickering keeps George, Louise and Florence up all night and…

8 Nov 05
1977

The Camp-Out

To avoid a weekend visit from his mother, George leaves Louise to deal with her when he decides to take an unexpected camping trip with Marcus.

9 Nov 12
1977

The Last Leaf

When Louise looses her lucky wedding corsage, she becomes convinced that her marriage is over. This leads George to bend over backwards to prove that their marriage is far fro…

10 Nov 19
1977

Louise's New Interest

Louise’s latest interest is working at a museum where she gets invited to go on an archeological dig. However, the only people going on the trip are her and her attracti…

11 Nov 26
1977

The Costume Party

Louise and George are invited to a costume ball being put on by an organization that promotes inter-racial peace as well as inter-racial marriages. When George learns this, he…

12 Dec 03
1977

Florence Gets Lucky

George is once again after a big business deal. However, when negotiations don’t seem to be going his way, he gets Florence to constantly insult him because the only thi…

13 Dec 10
1977

George Needs Help

Louise is fed up with George’s constant working which leaves little time to spend with her. This leads her to try to get George to hire a general manager, something he&#…

14 Dec 17
1977

The Jefferson Curve

Marcus takes a lesson from George and throws a pretty girl the Jefferson curve, which is to bend the truth to get what you want and Marcus tells the girl that he’s Lionel…

15 Dec 24
1977

984 W. 124th Street, Apt. 5C

It’s the Christmas season and the 1st wedding anniversary of Lionel and Jenny. However, George is sneaking around sending gifts to a mysterious address in Harlem. This…

16 Jan 07
1978

George and Whitty

George and Louise discover that the landlord, Mr. Whittendale, may not be renewing their lease. This prompts George and Louise to invite Whittendale over to discuss this matte…

17 Jan 14
1978

Lionel Gets the Business

George is ecstatic when Lionel joins the family business, however ecstatic is not the word to describe George when Lionel begins making major changes and even puts into effect…

18 Jan 21
1978

The Blackout

A blackout prompts George to rush down to one of his stores when he hears about looting in the area. Once their, George and Marcus try to save some of the clothes from the loo…

19 Jan 28
1978

Florence's Union

Florence is named the head of the maids union in the building and wants to hold a meeting in the Jefferson’s apartment. George is all for it until he discovers, H.L. Whi…

20 Feb 04
1978

George and Jimmy

After learning that Jimmy Carter stays at ““ordinary”“ peoples homes while on trips, George intends to invite him to stay at the Jefferson’s abode…

21 Feb 11
1978

Thomas H. Willis & Co.

Helen is all excited for Tom when he plans on starting his own publishing firm. However, her happiness turns to anger when she gets into a fight with George and then later fin…

22 Feb 18
1978

Uncle George and Aunt Louise

George and Louise’s have a houseguest, George’s nephew, Raymond. Raymond is staying with them for six weeks and proves to be a hand full. When George’s atte…

23 Feb 25
1978

George and Louise in a Bind (1)

Louise and George have yet another one of their infamous fights which leads to Louise storming off to the Willis’. Soon after she leaves, a burglar holds George hostage…

24 Feb 25
1978

George and Louise in a Bind (2)

As the burglar loots the apartment, Louise and George sit in the kitchen tied up. They continue to reminice about their lives (via flashbacks). Memories include, Louise putti…

25 Feb 25
1978

George and Louise in a Bind (3)

Memories continue as Louise and George are being held hostage. Later, the burglar finally leaves and Florence arrives home to discover what happened. The excursion proves to…

26 Mar 04
1978

Jenny's Thesis

Jenny needs a topic for a thesis that she’s writing. However, her idea could lead her into danger when she decides her topic will be street gangs. This leads her to go…

About The Jeffersons

A sitcom about a black couple “movin’ on up” from a modest Queens neighborhood to deluxe apartment in Manhattan’s ritzy East Side. The show was spun-off from “All in the Family” in 1975 and for the next 11 seasons, The Jeffersons lived among a kaleidoscope of characters, including their sassy maid Florence, a bizarre British neighbor named Bentley, and the Willises — TV’s first married couple in which one character was black and one was white. Like All in the Family, The Jeffersons had a bigoted, opinionated loud-mouth at its center: George Jefferson, who was constantly putting his foot in his mouth. The show tackled many serious issues, although comedy was the key element of its success.

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