Sanford and Son: Season 3, Episode 9

The Engagment/The Member of the Wedding (9 Nov. 1973)

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Fred and Donna are to be married on Sunday, but Lamont plots to put them asunder before the Lord joins them together by inviting to the wedding his Aunt Esther and the rest of Fred's irascible in-laws.

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Nathaniel Taylor ...
Esther Sutherland ...
Aunt Minnie
Dorothy Meyer ...
Aunt Flossie
Alvin Childress ...
Reverend Trimble
DeForest Covan ...
Mel Bryant ...
Uncle Jake
Bobby Johnson ...
Uncle Edgar
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Fred and Donna are to be married on Sunday, but Lamont plots to put them asunder before the Lord joins them together by inviting to the wedding his Aunt Esther and the rest of Fred's irascible in-laws.

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This was the late DeForest Covan only appearance as Woodrow 'Woody' Anderson. The character of 'Woody' was then portrayed only by Raymond Allen from then on. See more »

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When Fred chases Lamont with the bat, he accidentally knocks the top off of the rubber prop cake. See more »

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Lamont Sanford: [after telling Fred his in-laws are coming to the wedding] Look, Pop, will you stop worrying? They're not gonna be here that long.
Fred G. Sanford: That's what the Indians said when they first saw the white man comin'.
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References Deep Throat (1972) See more »

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My Blue Heaven
Written by Walter Donaldson (music) and George Whiting (lyrics)
Performed by Redd Foxx
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