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“Lamont, Is That You?” Bubba sees Rollo and Lamont leave a gay bar and tells Fred, who jumps to the wrong conclusion. Rating: ***** “Lamont as Othello” Fred thinks Lamont has mistaken fiction for life when he walks in on Lamont and his white female drama coach rehearsing. Rating: ****1/2 “This Little TV Went to Market” Fred buys a used color TV and discovers that it is the same set that was stolen from Grady’s home. Rating: ***** “Presenting the Three Degrees” Lamont and Rollo decide to manage the famous singing trio and Fred falls deep for them during rehearsal. Rating: **** “Libra Rising All Over Lamont” Fred gets indigestion after eating eight-day-old collard greens and decides to milk the situation for what it’s worth. Rating: ***1/2 “Fred, the Reluctant Finger Man” Fred catches two burglars ransacking Julio’s house but is too scared to testify. Rating: ****1/2 “Fuentes, Fuentes, Sanford and Chico” Fred moves out after objecting to Lamont and Julio’s new side business. Rating: ****1/2 “A House is Not a Pool Room” Fred’s gift of a pool table quickly wears out its appeal. Guest star: Stymie Beard of “Our Gang.” Rating: ***** “The Blind Mellow Jelly Collection” Lamont convinces Fred to donate his rare Blind Mellow Jelly records to a local library. After discovering their true value, Fred cooks up a scheme to get the records back. Rating: ***** “Superflyer” Fred is set to inherit his late uncle’s fortune. Only one problem: he’s afraid to fly! Rating: **** “The Engagement” Fred proposes to Donna in order to scare off any rival suitors. Rating: **** “Grady the Star Boarder” Grady moves into the Sanford home—and disrupts the daily routine. Rating: ****1/2 “Mama’s Baby, Papa’s Maybe” Grady’s friend casts doubt on whether Fred is really Lamont’s father. Rating: ****1/2 “Wine, Women and Aunt Esther” After a funeral, Fred throws a giant party to cheer his friends up. Rating: ***1/2 “Fred Sanford, Legal Eagle” Fred decides to defend Lamont against an unfair traffic ticket. Rating: ***** “This Land is Whose Land?” Fred calls a surveyor to measure his property line. Disaster ensues. Rating: **** “Fred’s Cheating Heart” Fred fakes a heart attack to gain Lamont’s attention. Rating: ***** “The Party Crasher” Lamont and Rollo scheme to get Fred out of the house so they can invite their hot dates over. It doesn’t go according to plan. Rating: ****1/2 “Lamont Goes Karate” Lamont takes karate lessons after confronting a bully at the local hangout. Grady attempts to help Lamont win his battle. Directed by Bud Yorkin (Start The Revolution Without Me). Rating: **** “Will the Real Fred Sanford Please Do Something?” Grady is mistaken for Fred by a woman whom he had a fling with several years ago. Rating: ***** “Tyranny, Thy Name is Grady” Lamont changes the locks to keep Grady away from his hot double date with Rollo. Grady brings Aunt Esther as a weapon. Rating: ***** “Aunt Esther and Uncle Woodrow—Phfft…” Esther throws Woody out of the house and he seeks refuge at the Sanford home. Rating: ****1/2 “The Way to Lamont’s Heart” Lamont’s girlfriend makes a move on Grady before Lamont gets a chance to propose. Rating: **** “Hello Cousin Emma, Goodbye Cousin Emma” Grady’s cousin Emma comes to visit and ends up being a major pain. Written by Bill Manhoff (The Owl And The Pussycat). Rating: *****