The Jeffersons: Season 6, Episode 21

The Loan (23 Mar. 1980)

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Lionel's loan on a new home does not go through; therefore, George, Louise, Tom and Helen secretly go to the banker behind each other's backs to co-sign the loan.



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Lionel and Jenny have bought a new house. When Lionel called his banker to make arrangements to show George, Louise, Tom and Helen the new home, he was informed that his loan didn't go through. George and the others want to help, but Lionel is adamant about solving the problem on his own. Therefore, George, Louise, Tom and Helen all agree that they will not intervene. However, each of them secretly visits Lionel's banker behind each other's backs to attempt to co-sign the loan. Written by Oliver Chu

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