The Jeffersons: Season 7, Episode 14

Sorry, Wrong Meeting (15 Feb. 1981)

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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.

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When a crime wave strikes Manhattan, Tom decides to organize a meeting with the tenants, and invites George along. However, neither of them are prepared for what they're about to witness at the meeting: a Klu Klux Klan rally. After George and the KKK leader trade barbs, the KKK leader suffers a heart attack. George - having learned CPR - is able to revive him. The man's impressionable son revises his opinion of black people and decides to reassess his values, but no-one is prepared for his father's "show" of gratitude when he learns George saved his life. Written by Brian Rathjen

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A powerful episode
4 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I watched this episode for the first time when I was only 14 years old and the words used by the KKK man have stuck in my head since then. The words? "I wish he would have let me die."

I just saw this clip again on youtube just a few minutes ago and 32 years later from the first time. I am amazed at how I am still in utter disbelief. You would think that now I am 46 and grown I would get used to the fact that some people in this world will NEVER change and bigotry will NEVER go away.

Is that me or the 14 year old boy talking? HMM I wonder!

#montelpaige


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