Episode: 112 | Aired: September 23, 1979
Jennys pregnant, but Lionel wants to keep the news from George. Florence finds out and lets the cat out of the bag.
Episode: 113 | Aired: September 30, 1979
George is chosen as The Midtown Small Businessman of the Year. Emphasis is on small.
Episode: 114 | Aired: October 07, 1979
Louise is afraid to see an old beau, so she sends Florence to impersonate her. The result is a three-ring circus.
Episode: 115 | Aired: October 21, 1979
Killer rabbits! Peering through Bentleys telescope on Halloween night, Louise witnesses what she thinks is a murder being committed by a giant rabbit, in the first of a two-part story.
Episode: 116 | Aired: October 28, 1979
Louise braves what may be her last Halloween ever when a murderer in a rabbit suit traps her in her apartment and threatens her with a loaded carrot.
Episode: 117 | Aired: November 04, 1979
The discovery of an unfulfilled request in his fathers will leads George on an unusual search to find his mother a grave mate.
Episode: 118 | Aired: November 11, 1979
The Jeffersons and Willises are shocked when expectant father Lionel storms out of the apartment to pursue a boyhood dream.
Episode: 119 | Aired: November 18, 1979
Joltin George Jefferson reenters the world of boxing after helping to teach Marcus to box.
Episode: 120 | Aired: December 02, 1979
The ticking of Florences biological clock rapidly increases when the family makes all of the preparations for Jennys baby.
Episode: 121 | Aired: December 09, 1979
Sparks fly between Louise and Florence over nepotism; leaving George begging for Florences services and steering an important social evening toward disaster.
Episode: 122 | Aired: December 30, 1979
Georges ry rubs off on a troubled orphan whom Louise takes in for a week.
Episode: 123 | Aired: January 06, 1980
Georges attempts to get out of a painting party at the Willises get him into plenty of trouble at a state mental hospital.
Episode: 124 | Aired: January 13, 1980
Louises excitement about a television documentary on her success with the suicide hotline leads to a potentially deadly failure.
Episode: 125 | Aired: January 27, 1980
Tom turns to George for lessons in how to be, well, not so white, when Helens high school friends make Tom feel out of place in his own home.
Episode: 126 | Aired: February 03, 1980
George is with Jenny when she goes into labor.
Episode: 127 | Aired: February 10, 1980
George frantically tries to get Jenny to the hospital while trying to get word to Lionel that his wife is in labor. George worries about the race and gender of the baby, as well as the consequences of Lionels accepting a job offer in Boston.
Episode: 128 | Aired: February 17, 1980
George brags hes found the perfect gift for Jenny and Lionels baby shower, but fails to notice that what they really need can't be bought or packaged.
Episode: 129 | Aired: February 24, 1980
The guys are convinced that taking care of a baby is childs play, but when the gals leave newborn Jessica in their care they soon discover its a whole different ball game.
Episode: 130 | Aired: March 02, 1980
A big celebration with all his close friends strikes George as the perfect way to spend his 50th birthday, but everyone seems to have an excuse for turning down his invitation.
Episode: 131 | Aired: March 09, 1980
George and Louise have idyllic plans for their 30th anniversary until Louises jealousy leads George along the path of temptation.
Episode: 132 | Aired: March 23, 1980
Lionel and Jennys plan to raise their daughter in a proper home is derailed by the banks reluctance to give them a loan. Lionel refuses to allow their parents to assist, but they have other plans.
Episode: 133 | Aired: March 30, 1980
Everyone is up in arms when they hear their favorite hangout, Charlies Bar, is being forced out so George can take over the space.
Episode: 134 | Aired: April 06, 1980
In a flashback to 1968, George struggles to open his own dry cleaning business and must master his pride to obtain a loan from a ed banker -- on the day Martin Luther King, Jr. is assassinated.
Episode: 135 | Aired: April 13, 1980
George tells baby Jessica a bedtime story, in which all is transformed into a fantastic medieval empire where King George and Queen Louise hold court over a loyal retinue of Baron von Day and Lady von Night (Tom and Helen), Prince Lionel, Princess Jenny and Bentley the Fool, while evil Inflation batters the castle walls.