Fred is celebrating 35 years in the junk business and snoops and finds his intended gift: a signet ring with his initials on it that Rollo got for a good price. Then Fred learns that among ... See full summary »

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Fred is celebrating 35 years in the junk business and snoops and finds his intended gift: a signet ring with his initials on it that Rollo got for a good price. Then Fred learns that among the items recently stolen from Frank Sinatra's hotel room was an initialed signet ring. Written by Gary R. Peterson

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27 September 1974 (USA)  »

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The title is a play on the name of Frank Sinatra's 1973 comeback album and television special, 'Ol' Blue Eyes is Back (1973)'. See more »

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Lamont suffers a wardrobe malfunction of sorts when trying to put into his jacket pocket the bulky box containing Fred's ring. He struggles a while before a considerate cameraman pans away from him over to Fred and Rollo. Lamont soon reenters the scene presumably after getting the box inside. See more »

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Fred G. Sanford: [after Lamont tells Fred he should make their guest feel at home] Rollo, feel at home.
Rollo Larson: I do.
Fred G. Sanford: Well, would you do me a favor?
Rollo Larson: Certainly.
Fred G. Sanford: Would you take the garbage out?
Rollo Larson: Of course. Where is it?
Fred G. Sanford: In your shoes.
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References The Jackie Robinson Story (1950) See more »

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