Jealous of Lamont's friendship with Julio, Fred tries to be a buddy to his son.

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Jealous of Lamont's friendship with Julio, Fred tries to be a buddy to his son.

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9 February 1973 (USA)  »

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Fred G. Sanford: [Staggering from a heart attack] Ohh, this is a big one! Ya hear that, Elizabeth? I'm comin' to join ya with a fifth of flapple in my hand!
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Second and final appearance of James Wheaton as Nelson B. Davis
16 December 2016 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Pops 'n' Pals" opens with Lamont really hitting it off with neighbor Julio, leaving Fred alone to come up with ways to get his son's attention. His insults bounce off of the good natured Julio, who goes so far as to invite Fred to dine with them at a Mexican restaurant. By the time he tastes the sangria Lamont has already walked out in disgust! Ready to join Julio for a weekend in Tijuana, Lamont finds his father in a wheelchair from his latest heart attack, enough for a surprise visit from funeral director Nelson B. Davis (James Wheaton), first introduced in "Coffins for Sale." His sense of humor has not abated: "you know, burial insurance is something that everybody digs!" Julio actually knows what Fred's up to, despite Lamont's assurances that fake heart attacks keep him from leaving: "because he loves you, you're all he's got!"


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