Fred and Lamont are applying for a loan to finance their purchase of Julio's former property when a pair of robbers burst into the bank.
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Fred makes a reference to Vic Tanny. The Vic Tanny Gyms were a thriving business in the 1950s and '60s, being inviting health clubs for average people as opposed to those servicing only dedicated bodybuilders. See more
In what was a continuing gaffe, Fred would occasionally refer to the Sanford Arms as a hotel, when it was apparent it was an apartment building. The initial price was $80, which sounds more like monthly rent in the late 70s for a low end cheap apartment than for a hotel stay. See more
It seems feasible.
Fred G. Sanford
Then feas it.