CTVA US Comedy - "The Jeffersons" (CBS) Season 1 (Early 1975)

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Starring: Sherman Hemsley (as George Jefferson) & Isabel Sanford (as Louise Jefferson) 
Season 1 (CBS) (Early 1975)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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CBS Saturdays (13 episodes)

1.1 [--] The Jeffersons: A FRIEND IN NEED
18 Jan 1975 CBS Sat
Guest Cast:
Paulene Myers
George wants to hire a maid for his new luxury apartment, but Louise, having worked as a maid herself for many years,
doesn't feel comfortable with the idea.

1.2 [--] The Jeffersons: George's Family Tree
25 January 1975 CBS Sat

1.3 [--] The Jeffersons: Louise Feels Useless
1 February 1975 CBS Sat
Ever since Florence was hired as the maid for the Jeffersons, Louise's life has been the same old routine and wishes
for a change. She therefore is interviewed by a businessman who invites her to work for him. Initially Louise feels
upbeat about work, but realizes her new boss is the business rival of George!

1.4 [--] The Jeffersons: Lionel the Playboy
8 February 1975 CBS Sat

1.5 [--] The Jeffersons: Mr. Piano Man
15 February 1975 CBS Sat
George likes the idea of boosting his classy ans luxurious image, so he asks Louise to purchase a piano for their
home, despite knowing that no one around can play one. George later becomes positive the piano will impress
Mr. Whittendale, a wealthy banker whom he always wanted to meet, but due to Florence's impudent behavior, the piano
purchased turns out to be far too big for the apartment.

1.6 [--] The Jeffersons: George's Skeleton
22 February 1975 CBS Sat

1.7 [--] The Jeffersons: Lionel Cries Uncle
1 March 1975 CBS Sat
Louise's Uncle Ward visits the Jeffersons, but George derisively refers to him as an "Uncle Tom" for having worked
as a butler for many years.

1.8 [--] The Jeffersons: Mother Jefferson's Boyfriend
8 March 1975 CBS Sat

1.9 [--] The Jeffersons: Meet the Press
15 March 1975 CBS Sat
Publicity-seeker George learns a newspaper reporter is planning a series of articles on successful African-American
businessmen. However, George decision to invite the reporter to a party backfires on him when the reporter finds far
more interesting subjects to write about ... in the Willises and Mr. Bentley.

1.10 [--] The Jeffersons: Rich Man's Disease
22 March 1975 CBS Sat
Goerge comes home with an ulcer, and in order for him to feel normal and healthy again, Louise is advised to take every
one of his wishes as her command.

1.11 [--] The Jeffersons: Former Neighbors
29 March 1975 CBS Sat

1.12 [--] The Jeffersons: Like Father, Like Son?
5 April 1975 CBS Sat

1.13 [--] The Jeffersons: Jenny's Low
12 April 1975 CBS Sat

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