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Sanford and Son is about the misadventures of a cantankerous old man and his son, partners in the family junk business in Los Angeles' Watts neighborhood. While the role of Fred G. Sanford was known for his bigotry and cantankerousness, the role of Lamont Sanford was that of a conscientious peacemaker. At times, both characters would involve themselves in schemes. Known for its edgy racial humor, running gags and catch phrases, the series was adapted by Norman Lear and considered NBC's answer to CBS's All in the Family. Sanford and Son has been hailed as the precursor to many other African American sitcoms.
When Fred returns early from a long trip, he spoils a homecoming party Lamont and Grady had planned.
Uncle George dies, and Lamont will inherit $7,000 if he produces a son within the next 12 months and names him George.
Lamont leaves after Fred refuses to allow a sensitivity group to meet at the Sanford home.
Fred sees the beginning of the end of his junk business when Lamont takes a job in a men's clothing store.
Fred holds out for more money when a Japanese land development company offers to buy his house.
Fred buys a racehorse with an impressive history in hopes of breeding him.
A fun time is had by all when Grady serves his friends, including two policemen, a salad made with marijuana.
Fred tries to sculpt a work of art from junk when he discovers the value of sculpture.
Grady must decide whether to lie when he receives too many Social Security checks.
Julio and the Sanfords decide to merge their junk businesses into one.
Grady steps in to protect the Sanford ``treasures'' when Lamont invites an ex-convict friend home.
Father and son nightclub performers are injured in Fred's house.
Fred's lifestyle is disrupted when Lamont runs for state assemblyman.
Fred, Grady and Bubba become contestants on a television game show.
Fred buys half ownership of a professional fighter who can't fight.
Fred awaits a visit from his sister until he finds out that her new husband is white.
Lamont consults a psychiatrist to see what is causing his headaches
Fred asks a professional gambler to teach Lamont and his friends a lesson.
When Lamont falls for an older woman, Fred schemes to show him how ridiculous it is.
Lamont and Rollo mistakenly think Fred has only six months to live.
Grady feels out of place when he moves in with his daughter and her family.
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