Episode: 136 | Aired: November 02, 1980
Its the match of the century as perennial rivals George and Tom make plans to run each other into the ground in a 26-mile marathon. Louise and Helen doubt if they'll survive the strenuous training, much less the race.
Episode: 137 | Aired: November 09, 1980
In the first of a four-part story, Louise plays fairy-godmother and gives Florence a first-class plane ticket to Hawaii. Georges doctor gives him some disheartening news about his heart, asking him to give serious thought to Louises plea that they, too, need a vacation.
Episode: 138 | Aired: November 16, 1980
The Willises presence in Hawaii threatens to destroy Georges plan for a dream vacation with Louise, but his high blood pressure begins to lower anyway, convincing him it might be healthy to stay in the islands permanently.
Episode: 139 | Aired: November 16, 1980
Enthusiastic about his idea of remaining in Hawaii permanently, George tries to enlist Toms help to persuade Louise. Then, George and Tom get lost sailing.
Episode: 140 | Aired: November 23, 1980
After their boat capsizes, George and Tom end up on an island where the friendly natives want to stop a greedy real estate developer. Of course, it turns out to be the developer with whom George wants to invest.
Episode: 141 | Aired: November 30, 1980
It could be Full Monty time when Tom and George follow the women to an all-male strip show.
Episode: 142 | Aired: December 07, 1980
Florence will owe George more than she may be willing to pay if her black-sheep cousin doesn't pay back a loan she persuaded George to give him.
Episode: 143 | Aired: December 21, 1980
George gets carried away after playing Santa for the orphans at the Help Center and promises them they will get anything they want for Christmas.
Episode: 144 | Aired: January 04, 1981
George and Louise secretly defy Lionel and Jenny to enter infant Jessica in a contest and manage to misplace the child in the process.
Episode: 145 | Aired: January 11, 1981
Florences vivid imagination transforms the Jeffersons and their friends into characters in a soap opera, in which the evil dry cleaning magnate, G.R. (George) torments his family and associates to their murderous limits.
Episode: 146 | Aired: January 18, 1981
Georges upcoming appearance on a local television talk show is jeopardized when the super-patriotic host learns George is sponsoring a Cuban refugee.
Episode: 147 | Aired: January 25, 1981
Georges star bowler gets sick before the semi-finals in a bowling tournament and its up to Tom -- who hasn't bowled in 30 years -- to save the day.
Episode: 148 | Aired: February 01, 1981
Louise learns her old home in Harlem is being torn down and makes a poignant late-night visit to the house.
Episode: 149 | Aired: February 15, 1981
The Willises and the Jeffersons have an all-too-close encounter with a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
Episode: 150 | Aired: February 22, 1981
George basks in the limelight after heroically saving an elderly woman from a mugger and capturing the thug. When the man escapes custody and sets out to get even, George hires a bodyguard.
Episode: 151 | Aired: March 01, 1981
Not only does George fail in comparison to Tom in romantic gifts to his wife, he also forgets Valentines Day. George makes it up to Louise in a song.
Episode: 152 | Aired: March 08, 1981
George exaggerates his financial standing to gain membership in one of New Yorks most exclusive businessmans clubs and soon finds himself in over his head.
Episode: 153 | Aired: March 15, 1981
George searches for the right words to express his feelings in a eulogy for an employee who died while George fired him.
Episode: 154 | Aired: March 29, 1981
George is after the St. Frederick Hotels cleaning business and he'll do anything to get it, even if it is pushing Florence for the position as the hotels executive housekeeper.
Episode: 155 | Aired: March 29, 1981
Florence is thrilled with her new job and new office, but she soon starts to agree with the hotels insufferable manager that she doesn't have what it takes to be an executive.