Fred's feathers get ruffled when an old friend from St. Louis comes to town claiming to be Lamont's actual father.

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Fred's feathers get ruffled when an old friend from St. Louis comes to town claiming to be Lamont's actual father.

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4 January 1974 (USA)  »

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Two E&J Gallo products are plugged in this episode. Fred gives Grady a glass of his favorite drink, Ripple, which was a fortified wine that boasted a low price and high alcohol content and that enjoyed great popularity in the 1970s, but has since been discontinued. Later in the episode Grip brings over a bottle of Cold Duck to celebrate with his friends. Cold Duck, a reasonably priced Champagne with a concord grape base combined with red and white wines, also enjoyed tremendous popularity in the early 1970s. See more »

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At the end of the episode when Fred and Lamont are standing in the living room a person is seen walking by the window. See more »

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Grady Wilson: Let me have a drink, please?
Fred G. Sanford: Okay. Listen, you wanna try one I invented? It's a mixture of Ripple and cream. I call it "cripple." Y'see, after you drink a few of 'em, you walk with a limp.
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