Episode: 156 | Aired: October 04, 1981
The Jeffersons and the Willises are shocked to learn their childrens marriage is in such a desperate state that Lionel is looking to sleep under a separate roof.
Episode: 157 | Aired: October 11, 1981
George schemes to get Lionel to see a marriage counselor, hoping to end his sons separation from Jenny, but hardly expects the advice the counselor has to offer.
Episode: 158 | Aired: October 18, 1981
George thinks the heroic man described in a newspaper story may be Louises supposedly long-ago deceased father. He sets out to verify his suspicions, against Louises wishes.
Episode: 159 | Aired: October 25, 1981
George and Louise each hire a maid to replace Florence.
Episode: 160 | Aired: November 01, 1981
A receding hairline and midriff bulge have George convinced that hes no longer attractive. When Louise sends flowers and a nice note to his office, he mistakenly assumes they are from his secretary.
Episode: 161 | Aired: November 08, 1981
Just like the Bradys had to deal with Emma, the Jeffersons contend with their new maid.
Episode: 162 | Aired: November 15, 1981
With her shot at a new career in cinders, Florence enthusiastically returns to the Jeffersons household expecting her old job back, only to find her shoes have been filled.
Episode: 163 | Aired: November 29, 1981
Afraid of being forgotten, George is determined to die a legend and sets out to create The George Jefferson Museum.
Episode: 164 | Aired: December 06, 1981
On her birthday, Louise is distraught over news that some cold-hearted monster plans to build a business on the site of the only neighborhood playground, but her distress turns to fury when she learns that this monster is George.
Episode: 165 | Aired: December 20, 1981
George gets the urge to read Louises diary. Meanwhile, say goodbye to Mr. Bentley for a few seasons.
Episode: 166 | Aired: December 27, 1981
When George learns Whittendale despises him for his crass behavior, he enrolls himself in charm school.
Episode: 167 | Aired: January 03, 1982
Real-life songwriter Frank DeVol appears again as a jingle writer who stays in Bentleys apartment. George wants him to write a jingle, but the poor sap is having marital problems.
Episode: 168 | Aired: January 17, 1982
George is crestfallen by a fire that devastated one of his stores until he learns there may be more than insurance money to cover the damage
Episode: 169 | Aired: January 24, 1982
Getting conned into taking Ralph, the doorman, to lunch on National Doorman's Day is only the appetizer for George's outing, but what really whets his appetite is not on the menu - it's Helen Willis at the next table clinking champagne glasses with another man.
Episode: 170 | Aired: January 31, 1982
When Helen feels neglected, her behavior leads George to think she is having an affair.
Episode: 171 | Aired: February 07, 1982
George is dead set against plans for Florence and her gospel group to sing at his granddaughter Jessicas baptism. When he learns that famed gospel singer Andrea Crouch is in town, hes determined to do anything to get her to sing in their place -- even if it means impersonating a reverend.
Episode: 172 | Aired: February 21, 1982
When Lionel and Jennys apartment gets broken into, George buys a gun.
Episode: 173 | Aired: March 07, 1982
Georges and Toms sexist attitudes set them up for a lesson in equality from the indignant Louise and Helen: the women move in together and kick out the guys.
Episode: 174 | Aired: March 14, 1982
Florence's choir singing has attracted the ears of a smooth-talking record producer who tantalizes her with visions of fame, fortune and a recording session - that she must pay for.
Episode: 175 | Aired: March 21, 1982
George is set on revenge after he is mugged by a gang of female hoodlums, but trying to get even could be hazardous to his health.
Episode: 176 | Aired: March 28, 1982
Louises wedding ring could cost George his life when he vows to risk anything to get it back, including another encounter with the female gang who mugged and robbed him, in the conclusion of a special two-part story.
Episode: 177 | Aired: April 11, 1982
Florences choir has attracted the ears of a smooth-talking record producer who tantalizes her with visions of fame, fortune and a recording session. When the Jeffersons sniff him out as a charlatan, they try to stop Florence from giving him $1200 to produce the album.
Episode: 178 | Aired: April 18, 1982
Louise and Helen are convinced their efforts at the Help Center are useless, until a prostitute in trouble unknowingly becomes the one person who may be able to change their minds.
Episode: 179 | Aired: May 02, 1982
Florence slips into a state of depression convinced that she'll live the rest of her life as a single woman, until George comes to her rescue with some helpful methods on how to land a man. Her policeman date is played by Matlocks Kene Holliday, who also played a policeman on Carter Country.
Episode: 180 | Aired: May 16, 1982
Helens luncheon invitation from an old beau leads jealous Tom into a fantasy episode about the Old West.