George tells baby Jessica a bedtime story, and all is transformed into the fantastic medieval Empire of Jefferson, where King George suits up for a battle royale against the Dark Knight Inflation, and the fate of the entire empire hangs in the balance.
The Jeffersons relive 1968: George wants to break out of his impoverished life by opening his own dry-cleaners, in spite of the tremendous obstacles thrown in his way by society and the times. In a flashback, George struggles to smother his pride to obtain...
George puts his foot down to his landlord to gain more space for his cleaners, but only succeeds in stepping on a good friend. Everyone is up-in-arms when they hear their favorite hangout, Charley's Bar, is being forced out so someone can take over the space...
Lionel and Jenny's plan to raise their daughter in a proper home is derailed by the bank's reluctance to give them a loan on their own and Lionel refuses to allow their parents to assist. The real trouble begins when George, Louise, Helen, and Tom ignore...
George and Louise have idyllic plans for their 30th anniversary until Louise's jealousy leaves George alone in the path of temptation.
A big celebration with all his close friends strikes George as the perfect way to spend his 50th birthday, but everyone seems to have an excuse for turning down his invitation.
The guys (George, Tom, and Lionel) are convinced taking care of a baby is child's play, but when the gals (Louise, Helen, Jenny, and Florence) leave newborn Jessica in their care, they soon discover it's a whole different ball game.
George brags he's found the perfect gift for Jenny and Lionel's baby shower, but fails to notice that what they really need can't be bought and packaged.
The family has eagerly awaited the arrival of the newest Jefferson, but the baby may catch everyone off-guard as George frantically tries to get Jenny to the hospital while trying to get word to Lionel that his wife's in labor, in the conclusion of a two-part story.
A squeamish George is drafted to help Jenny in her natural childbirth class -- but the trouble really starts after the class when Jenny goes into labor and George goes into hysterics, in the first of a special two-part story.
When friends from Helen's high school days make Tom feel out of place in his own hone, he makes the mistake of turning to George for help.
A television documentary on Louise's success with the suicide hotline could lead to a deadly failure. Louise gets so involved in preparing for her television appearance she fails to notice a desperate need.
George's attempts to get out of a painting party at the Willises get him into plenty of trouble at a state mental hospital, where he goes crazy trying to convince everyone that he's sane. The only one who knows that George is being held by mistake is another...
Making chaos out of Louise's arrangements to take a troubled orphan for a week is child's play for George. George's success getting the little girl to open up and speak turns to trouble when he puts a few of his words into her mouth.
Sparks fly between Louise and Florence, leaving George begging for Florence's services and heading an important social evening toward disaster. Louise and Florence's fight serves to air long-standing aggravations between them, while a frantic George...
All the preparations for Jenny's baby leave Florence wanting a child to bolster her own womanhood and sends her "husband hunting." Florence joins a dating club to find a man to help her start a family.
The Jeffersons clip - starring Isabel Sanford, Sherman Hemsley, Roxie Roker, Franklin Cover, Marla Gibbs, Berlinda Tolbert.
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Beloved by fans and critics alike, the Emmy-winning CBS series is one of the most highly-rated and longest running sitcoms in TV history, spanning a decade with over 250 episodes during its remarkable run. The Jeffersons chronicles the rise of jive-talking African-American dry cleaner king George Jefferson and his sassy, no-nonsense wife Louise as they leave their blue-collar neighborhood, "movin' on up" to a luxury high-rise apartment in New York City.
The 6th season of THE JEFFERSONS is a landmark of classic TV as it tackles taboos while delivery you with the biggest laughs ever.