Sanford and Son

Season 2 Episode 19

The Infernal Triangle

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Aired Unknown Feb 02, 1973 on NBC
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The Infernal Triangle
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Fred meets a young woman and he quickly announces to Lamont that he has proposed to her. However, Lamont is in for a big surprise when he meets Fred's fiancee who just happens to be Lamont's old flame, whom he would like to marry himself.

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  • Poorly written, and doesn't make much sense.

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    This is one of my least favorite episodes. The opening sequence, where Fred comes home drunk, and singing ‘Am I The Fire, Or Just Another Flame’ is the funniest part. But, it all goes downhill, from there. It’s very poorly written, and just kind of rubs me the wrong way. Here, again, Fred decides to marry a woman that he’s only recently met, and not even the fact that he’s engaged to Donna (A woman that he’s only recently met) stands in his way. None of it makes much sense, but a couple of things really stand out. The part about a very attractive 36 year-old woman having agreed to marry a man nearly twice her age – Her reason being that a woman her age, with Children “doesn’t get that many offers” – Is very hard to believe. And… Why would Lamont have not told this woman his real name, during their relationship 10 years earlier? The laughs are few and far between, in this episode, and Foxx, understandably, is responsible for what few there are. If you’ve never seen it before, watch it, and judge for yourself. But, otherwise, even big fans of the show (Which I am) should avoid it (Which I do).moreless

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