| Season 4, Episode 26 |
#87 in Series
|Air date:||March 4, 1978|
|Written by:||Paul M. Belous & Robert Wolterstoff|
|Directed by:||Jack Shea|
|Production code:||4.26 / 424|
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(Season 5 premiere)
Jenny's Thesis was the 87th overall episode of The Jeffersons TV series, also the 26th and final episode of Season 4. Directed by Jack Shea and written by Paul M. Belous and Robert Wolterstoff, the episode made its premiere on CBS-TV on March 4, 1978.
Jenny goes to the ghetto to write a thesis about gang violence. There, she meets a 12 year old boy who is already a veteran gang member.
Jenny needs a topic for a thesis that she's writing. However, her idea could lead her into danger when she decides her topic will be street gangs. This leads her to go to Harlem and meet Marcus', unknown to her Tom and George are following her.
Recurring cast/Guest starsEdit
- Ned Wertimer as Ralph the Doorman
- Ernest Harden, Jr. as Marcus Henderson
- Anthony Thompkins as Huey
- Ron Trice as Rollo
- Bhetty Waldron as Clara
- Joseph Burns as L.C.
- Bobby F. Ellerbee as Slick
- Bob Harcum as Domino