Sanford and Son (1972–1977)
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Aunt Esther Meets Her Son 

Esther and Woody welcome their son Daniel, but quickly discover they must practice the forgiveness that Esther preaches.

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Renny Roker ...
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Earnestine Simpson ...
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Esther and Woody welcome their son Daniel, but quickly discover they must practice the forgiveness that Esther preaches.

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10 December 1976 (USA)  »

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Goofs

Fred Sanford (Redd Foxx) asks his son Lamont (Demond Wilson) why he always calls him "pop" and has never called him "dad". During the very first few episodes of season 1 of "Sanford & Son", Lamont usually referred to Fred as "Dad" and not "Pop". See more »

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Fred G. Sanford: I learned the day after Lamont was born that it's much harder to be a father than it is to become one.
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References The Waltons (1971) See more »

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Hilarious Episode
21 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

I loved this episode!! I didn't know that even Esther's husband could be funny! I 1st saw this episode while on vacation in California and with the limited channels that hotels usually have, I stumbled upon this episode. The way Esther reacted when her adopted son turned out to be atheist was hilarious!! Tears came running down my face from laughing so hard at that part and this entire episode!! It was funny seeing Redd Foxx trying to get with the young lady, young enough to be his granddaughter too! I'm happy that by the end of the episode, he was understood about why he was a non believer and his willingness to learn about the love of God! All in all, it was a good episode. Crdit to the writers, Redd Foxx and Lawanda Page RIP!!


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