CTVA US Comedy - "The Jeffersons" (CBS) Season 4 (1977-78)

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Starring: Sherman Hemsley (as George Jefferson) & Isabel Sanford (as Louise Jefferson) 
Season 4 (CBS) (1977-78)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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############### The Jeffersons ###############
############## season 4 1977-78 ##############
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CBS Saturdays 9:00 PM Eastern (26 episodes)
T.A.T. Communications Company Production
in association with N.R.W. Productions.
Produced by Don Nicholl, Michael Ross, Bernie West (season 1977-78)
Cast: Isabel Sanford, Sherman Hemsley, Roxie Roker, et al.

4.1 [--] The Jeffersons: The Grand Opening: Part 1
24 September 1977 CBS Sat
George's celebration of opening Jefferson Cleaners' new corporate office is subdued when two crooks call, stating they
have kidnapped Louise and demanding a $100,000 for her safe return.

4.2 [--] The Jeffersons: The Grand Opening: Part 2
24 September 1977 CBS Sat
George and the others anxiously wait for the telephone call from the crooks who claimed they have kidnapped Louise,
until she walks right into the apartment unscathed. Louise insists she never knew anything about kidnappers, and while
everyone breathes a sigh of relief, there's one more question: Where is Florence?

4.3 [--] The Jeffersons: Once a Friend
1 October 1977 CBS Sat

4.4 [--] The Jeffersons: George's Help
8 October 1977 CBS Sat

4.5 [--] The Jeffersons: George's Legacy
15 October 1977 CBS Sat

4.6 [--] The Jeffersons: Good News, Bad News
22 October 1977 CBS Sat

4.7 [--] The Jeffersons: The Visitors
29 October 1977 CBS Sat

4.8 [--] The Jeffersons: The Camp Out
5 November 1977 CBS Sat

4.9 [--] The Jeffersons: The Last Leaf
12 November 1977 CBS Sat

4.10 [--] The Jeffersons: Louise's New Interest
19 November 1977 CBS Sat

4.11 [--] The Jeffersons: The Costume Party
26 November 1977 CBS Sat

4.12 [--] The Jeffersons: Florence Gets Lucky
3 December 1977 CBS Sat

4.13 [--] The Jeffersons: George Needs Help
10 December 1977 CBS Sat

4.14 [--] The Jeffersons: The Jefferson Curve
17 December 1977 CBS Sat

4.15 [--] The Jeffersons: 984 W. 124th Street, Apt. 5C
24 December 1977 CBS Sat
At Christmas time, Louise discovers that George has been sending monthly payments to an address in Harlem.

4.16 [--] The Jeffersons: GEORGE AND WHITTY
prod. no. 0416 / 7 January 1978 CBS Sat
director, Jack Shea
writers, Howard Albrecht & Sol Weinstein
videotape editor, Jay Scherberth.

4.17 [--] The Jeffersons: LIONEL GETS THE BUSINESS
prod. no. 0417 / 14 January 1978 CBS Sat
director, Bob Lally
writers, Nancy Vince & Ted Dale
videotape editor, Jay Scherberth.

4.18 [--] The Jeffersons: THE BLACKOUT
prod. no. 0419 / 21 January 1978 CBS Sat
director, Jack Shea
writer, Richard B. Eckhaus
videotape editor, Jay Scherberth.

4.19 [--] The Jeffersons: FLORENCE'S UNION
prod. no. 0418 / 28 January 1978 CBS Sat
director, Jack Shea
teleplay, Andy Guerdat and Steve Kreinberg; story by Patt Shea & Jack Shea
videotape editor, Jay Scherberth.
Florence and the other maids in the building decide to form a union. Louise supports the idea, but George
opposes the idea because Mr. Whittendale does, too.

4.20 [--] The Jeffersons: GEORGE AND JIMMY
prod. no. 0420 / 4 February 1978 CBS Sat
director, Jack Shea
writer, Richard Freiman
videotape editor, Jay Scherberth.
As a publicity gimmick for his store, George tries to get President Carter to stay with him. After a phone call to
the White House degenerates into an argument, George's comments are interpreted by the Secret Service as a threat
to the President.

4.21 [--] The Jeffersons: THOMAS H. WILLIS & COMPANY
prod. no. 0422 / 11 February 1978 CBS Sat
director, Jack Shea
writers, Jay Moriarty & Mike Milligan
videotape editor, Jay Scherberth.

4.22 [--] The Jeffersons: UNCLE GEORGE AND AUNT LOUISE
prod. no. 0423 / 18 February 1978 CBS Sat
director, Jack Shea
writers, Roger Shulman & John Baskin
videotape editor, Jay Scherberth.
George and Louise's troublesome nephew, Raymond, comes to visit from Chicago.

4.23 [--] The Jeffersons: GEORGE AND LOUISE IN A BIND
(90 min clip show)
prod. no. 0421 / 25 February 1978 CBS Sat
director, Jack Shea
writer, Jim Rogers
videotape editors, Jay Scherberth, Kris Trexler.
A burglar breaks into the Jeffersons' apartment and ties up George and Louise. As the burglar goes about
his work, the couple are left to reminisce about their past.
This episode includes clips from both "The Jeffersons" and "All in the Family."

4.24 [--] The Jeffersons: JENNY'S THESIS
prod. no. 0424 / 4 March 1978 CBS Sat
director, Jack Shea
writers, Paul M. Belous & Robert Wolterstorff
videotape editor, Jay Scherberth.
Jenny goes to the ghetto to write a thesis about gang violence. There, she meets a 12 year old boy who is
already a veteran gang member.

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