Florence decides to impersonate Louise and the result is a three-ring circus. While Louise lingers, uncertain about keeping a 35-year-old "date" with her first boyfriend, Florence seizes the chance to be "Mrs. Jefferson" and keeps it herself.
While George and the others are gathered in the bar waiting for the costume contest to start; Louise has a face to face confrontation in her apartment with the killer rabbit who's now planning to make her his second victim.
The discovery of an unfulfilled request in his father's will leads George on an unusual search into his forgotten past. George's attempt to grant his father's last request, to be buried next to his wife, is complicated by the 40 years that passed since th
The Jeffersons and Willises are shocked when "expectant father" Lionel storms out of the apartment to pursue a boyhood dream. Lionel's mysterious actions make sense to no one except George -- who had spent a similar night of his own.
George's big mouth and matching ego are hurriedly humbled when he is challenged to display his boxing ability. Having volunteered to help Marcus in the art of self-defense, George has a verbal, soon-to-be physical, run-in at the gym.
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.
Louise is excited that a children's program sponsored by the Neighborhood Help Center is allowing her to have an orphan girl, Abby, stay with her for a week. However, when Abby acts like George after meeting him, Abby is sent back to the center.
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 anot
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. The Jeffersons and Willises'
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-
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 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 sp
Flashback of the Jeffersons before moving to Hauser Street. George is determined to open his own dry cleaners, but is at odds with both his banker's racist attitudes and Lionel's militancy. He and Louise encourage Dr. King's nonviolence.
George, anxious to receive call from a banker about a loan for inflationary times, opts to stay and watch Jessica while the rest go to a costume party. To lull her to sleep, he spins a medieval tale of King George and Dark Knight Inflation.