All in the Family

The Jeffersons Move Up

Season 5, Ep 18, Aired 1/11/75
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  • Episode Description
  • Edith stops by the Jeffersons home to say goodbye to her dear friend, Louise. It seems that George his struck it big with his dry cleaning business and has decided to 'move on up to the East side, to a deluxe apartment in the sky.'

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jean Stapleton

    Edith Bunker

  • Don Nicholl

  • Michael Ross

  • Bernie West

  • H. Wesley Kenney

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (1)

    • George: Whoever it is, tell'em to go ta'hell. Louise: All right. I'll tell her to go to hell, George. It's your mother. Louise: Go to your room Lionel. I don't want you to get hit by your father. Lionel: Why would he wanna hit me? Louise: Because I'm not sure where I'm gonna throw him.

    Notes (6)

    • This episode was videotaped on October 25, 1974.

    • Mel Stewart who plays Henry Jefferson in All In The Family does not appear in The Jeffersons spin off series, nor made any guest appearances.

    • In the closing credits Madge Sinclair is credited for playing Helen Willis. However, Helen is played by Roxie Roker, who would portray Helen throughout the entire run of The Jeffersons.

    • Ned Wertimer's appearance in the role of Ralph the Doorman--his first-- is uncredited. Wertimer, Zara Cully and Paul Benedict would bring their characters to The Jeffersons

    • Carroll O'Connor, Sally Struthers and Rob Reiner do not appear in this episode.

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    Trivia (4)

    • This is the only time George Jefferson flushes four toilets in the apartment.

    • We find out that The Jeffersons has four bathrooms in the apartment.

    • Edith gave Louise fruit for her subway ride to Manhattan, but in the opening credits to 'The Jeffersons', Louise and George took a cab.

    • In this episode, George says he rented a limo to "leave Bunkersville in style". However, in the opening credits of The Jeffersons, they are riding in a taxi.

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