The Jeffersons: Season 9

Episodes

# Air Date Title
1 Sep 26
1982

Laundry is a Tough Town (1)

George is in a price war with Big Sky Cleaners and they are no holds bar. A representative from Big Sky comes to the Jefferson’s apartment offering to buy George out and…

2 Oct 03
1982

Laundry is a Tough Town (2)

George has decided to sell out to Big Sky Cleaners and he begins to hang around the apartment like he already has retired. This drives Florence and Louise up the wall since he…

3 Oct 10
1982

Anatomy of a Stain

When Tom gets his pants back from Jefferson Cleaners with a stain on them, he wants a refund however George refuses to pay for the pants, charging it was Tom’s fault for…

4 Oct 17
1982

Social Insecurity

Florence is unsure of the future when she realizes she doesn’t have any financial security. This prompts her to ask George for a pension plan, something George flatly re…

5 Oct 24
1982

Charlie's Angels

Charlie wants George to provide him with a loan for some improvements on his bar. George refuses but does offer him some advice on how to get some more business, including hir…

6 Oct 31
1982

Heeeere's Johnny

Louise is not looking forward to the visit of one of George’s best friends, Johnny Moore, due to the fact that she can’t stand his chauvinistic jokestar mannerisms.…

7 Nov 07
1982

A Date With Danger

At a party thrown by the Willis, the guest of honor, Joe Blake, a successful author, asks Florence out and she can’t wait to go out with him. However, soon after he take…

8 Nov 21
1982

Death Smiles on a Dry Cleaner (1)

For George’s birthday, Louise books herself, George and Florence on a murder mystery cruise ship for mystery novelists, thus George pretends to be a novelist. George is…

9 Nov 28
1982

Death Smiles on a Dry Cleaner (2)

The novelists try to solve the apparent ““real”“ murder with George trying his best to solve it as well. When it is determind that the victim, Edgar, w…

10 Dec 12
1982

Appointment in 8-B

George stops by 8-B, Ms. Sanderson’s apartment, to drop off her cleaning bid but soon after he leaves, Ralph stops by and hears Ms. Sanderson having sex with a man named…

11 Dec 19
1982

Poetic Justice

Louise discovers some old poems the George once wrote and has them bound in a book. However, in order to get it bound she must order a number of copies, copies which get circu…

12 Dec 26
1982

How Now Dow Jones

George’s investment advice for Tom proves fruitful and puts Helen in a fur coat. This prompts Florence to want to make some money so she asks George for advice. However…

13 Jan 02
1983

The Defiant Ones

While going through a box of momentos, George refuses to allow Louise to see a certain picture and decides to put it in his store safe. Determind to see it and with Helen in t…

14 Jan 09
1983

My Maid. . . My Wife

Florence runs into an old classmate, Pauline, and finds that she has married money. This prompts a jealous Florence to say that she too married wealth, George. This leads to…

15 Jan 16
1983

Mr. Wonderful

George forgets to pick up opera tickets and this leads to Louise and Helen comparing him to the ““thoughful”“ Tom. A miffed George spills the beans abo…

16 Jan 23
1983

My Girl, Louise

With the Help Center on its last legs, Louise and Helen desperately try to find someone who could make a sizeable donation to keep the Help Center going. This prompts Louise t…

17 Jan 30
1983

Bodyguards Are People Too

Jenny is depressed that no one will take a chance on her fashion designs so she stops by the Jefferson’s apartment for a visit. Meanwhile, George’s bodyguard, Hugo…

18 Feb 06
1983

True Confessions

George and Louise prepare for a visit from their foster son, Jimmy. However, they are in for the shock of their lives when they discover their foster son is a grown man who…

19 Feb 13
1983

Mr. Clean

One evening while playing poker, George and his buddies make a mess of the living room throwing food all over. This prompts Florence to stay up all night cleaning up after Geo…

20 Feb 20
1983

The Good Life

The good life is striking everyone, George has hit success with the stocks allowing Louise to get a ring she wanted, Tom has just gotten a new client and Helen has just been pa…

21 Mar 06
1983

Father's Day

A young boy befriends Louise and Helen and they become convinced that he has a crush on one of them but the real reason he befriended them was to get to George. He wants to as…

22 Mar 13
1983

Change of a Dollar

On the night of a big banquet for Tom, George runs out at the last minute to do an errand at his store in Queens. Once there, we’re taken back to 1968 and witness the gr…

23 Mar 20
1983

Designing Woman

George is trying to drum up some cleaning business from a famous fashion designer, Camille Hendricks. George tricks Jenny into swinging by the apartment to meet her in order t…

24 Mar 27
1983

Double Trouble

George is in yet another promotional battle with Cunningham. This time Cunningham has hired a popular soap star to boost sales, so for competition, George tries to get celebri…

25 Apr 03
1983

Silver Lining

An auction is held to raise money for the Help Center and Florence gets a big surprise when she discovers $2500 stuffed under the lining of a hat that she buys. Florence turns…

26 Apr 10
1983

The Wheel of Forever

When Florence asks for enough money to purchase a new TV set, George flatly refuses. She tries again, this time politly asking and again, George refuses. This leads to George…

27 May 01
1983

Personal Business

When her marriage gets into a rut, Louise tries to spice up her marriage by trying to get George to spend some time with her. However, her idea of spending time turns into a d…

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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