Lamont is excited about his upcoming wedding, but on the big day he quickly finds himself the only one who is. The bride dumps him at the altar, and his relatives beg to get back their wedding gifts.
Did You Know?
Lamont suggests that he and Fred move to Newark, New Jersey because they have a black mayor. He is referring to Kenneth Gibson who served as a city's mayor from 1970 until 1986. See more
Lamont, in an attempt to appease Aunt Hazel when she was incensed that she couldn't return a table cloth she bought as a wedding gift because Fred opened it and put it on one of the tables, offered to "buy [her] another table cloth". He probably meant to say he'd pay for the one they used, as she, like the other guests, was planning to return it to get the money back. See more
[All the guests are staking claim to their wedding gift in order to return them while he stands there watching incredulous
Say what are you people doing? Will you stop it?
[Whistles loudly to get their attention
Will you just stop it?
Fred G. Sanford
You tell 'em, son!
[Still addressing everyone else
What is the matter with you? I don't believe you! I just got the shock of my life less than an hour ago, and what are you all doing? You're standing around here worrying about your dumb wedding presents! Well I ...