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Season 7

2 Nov. 1980
Marathon Men
Tom and George compete in a marathon to see who's in better physical shape. But a careless remark sparks competition between Helen and Louise.
9 Nov. 1980
The Jeffersons Go to Hawaii: Part 1
George's doctor tells him that his blood pressure is too high and that he needs a vacation, while Tom and Helen are in Hawaii enjoying themselves enough to extend their stay for another week.
16 Nov. 1980
The Jeffersons Go to Hawaii: Part 2
George, Louise, and Florence arrive in Hawaii, where he hides his blood pressure problem and they meet up with Tom and Helen. A native Hawaiian romances Florence. A fellow businessman convinces George to think about relocating permanently.
16 Nov. 1980
The Jeffersons Go to Hawaii: Part 3
George, Louise, Helen, and Tom take part in a Polynesian show, but George leaves early to meet with someone about an oceanfront condominium deal. He then tries to interest Louise in a permanent relocation and is very friendly with Tom.
23 Nov. 1980
The Jeffersons Go to Hawaii: Part 4
George and Tom are washed ashore during an angry storm.
30 Nov. 1980
Put It On
Helen and Jenny talk Louise into a girls' night out at a local strip club. But Tom and George disapprove and go after them - with unexpected results.
7 Dec. 1980
Florence's Cousin
Florence swallows her pride and borrows money from George when her shady cousin Ernie claims to need $1000 to buy a record store and turn his life around.
21 Dec. 1980
All I Want for Christmas
While playing Santa Claus at the Help Center, George promises to get ten-year-old orphan Billy his desired Christmas present: a pair of parents.
4 Jan. 1981
Calendar Girl
Against Lionel and Jenny's wishes, George and Louise enter Jessica in a baby contest - and misplace her in the process.
11 Jan. 1981
As Florence Turns
The cast spoofs the "Who Shot J.R." episode of Dallas when Florence writes a soap opera spoof centering on a ruthless dry cleaning tycoon who mistreats everyone in his orbit and even goads someone into doing him an injury.
18 Jan. 1981
God Bless Americans
George wants to appear on a patriotic-themed TV show to publicize his community involvement, until he meets the host: an obnoxious, flag-waving, xenophobic bigot.
25 Jan. 1981
Alley Oops
George and his business rival Cunningham are also rivals on their respective company bowling teams. So when George's best bowler can't make it, Tom Willis volunteers to substitute.
1 Feb. 1981
And the Doorknobs Shined Like Diamonds
When The Jeffersons' new furniture for their living and dining room arrives, one of the delivery men informs Weezie that the block of buildings she grew up around in Harlem - including the building she lived in - will be demolished for new development. She then visits her old, abandoned apartment there one last time, while thinking about some of the times she spent there.
15 Feb. 1981
Sorry, Wrong Meeting
George attends a meeting that he wrongly assumes is dealing with crime in the building - it turns out to be an attempt to recruit members of the Ku Klux Klan.
22 Feb. 1981
My Hero
George tells Louise, Helen and Florence that he rescued an old lady from a robbery attempt by fighting off the perpetrator. However, when George learns that the criminal escaped from the police, George becomes frightened and confesses to Louise that he embellished on the story; the robbery was actually averted when George accidentally slipped on a banana peel and crashed into the criminal.
1 Mar. 1981
I Buy the Songs
George forgets Valentine's Day, angers Louise by handing her cash instead, and then tries to mollify her by persuading a local composer to write an original song for her.
8 Mar. 1981
Small Fish, Big Pond
George pledges a fortune to an exclusive men's club that he wants to join.
15 Mar. 1981
Not So Dearly Beloved
George tells his rude and classless employee, Wendell, to come up to his apartment, where George plans to fire him. However, while George is talking, Wendell collapses on the sofa and dies of a stroke.
29 Mar. 1981
Florence's New Job: Part 1
George woos hotel magnate Arthur Claymore to get his business. But Claymore offers Florence a well-paying executive job that includes awarding dry cleaning contracts. So George selfishly tries to persuade her to accept the job.
29 Mar. 1981
Florence's New Job: Part 2
In her new job with Arthur Claymore, Florence has to placate snotty manager Lyle Block by firing one of the maids for both goldbricking and stealing customers' tips from her colleagues.

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