Sanford and Son

Season 3 Episode 10

The Blind Mellow Jelly Collection (a.k.a.) The Chameleon

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Aired Unknown Nov 16, 1973 on NBC
9.7
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The Blind Mellow Jelly Collection (a.k.a.) The Chameleon
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Lamont advises Fred to donate a collection of Blind Mellow Jelly records to a music library for a tax write-off. After doing so, Fred finds out from an appraiser that the records are valued at five hundred dollars. Fred, with dollar signs in his eyes, has Bubba act as though he were the son of Blind Mellow Jelly in an attempt to get them back.moreless

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  • 10 great

    10
    Great episode
  • The Absolute Best, Bar None -

    10
    This one is the absolute top of the heap. My #1 most favorite episode of this, or – For that matter – Any other sitcom. This is one of the few times that another Performer overshadows Foxx, and Don Bexley – As Fred’s rotund best friend, Bubba – Steals the show, here, with just 5 words: “I want my Daddy’s records!” Foxx has some good lines in this one, that get some good laughs – Particularly: “Pot belly”, "Personally, I think you're a fruitcake", and “Let him drive, and leave the drinkin’ to us” – But Bexley outdoes him, and then some. I try to catch it every time it runs, and then re-watch, and re-watch, and re-watch again, those the seven times that Bexley utters those now-famous words, spoken in his inimitable style. It never gets old, or fails to make me laugh.moreless

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