| Season 3, Episode 20 |
#57 in Series
|Air date:||February 28, 1977|
|Written by:|| Teleplay by: Richard Freeman, Stephen Young, Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan |
Story by: Richard Freeman & Stephen Young
|Directed by:||Jack Shea|
|Production code:||3.20 / 319|
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Louise's Friend was the 57th overall episode of The Jeffersons TV series, also the 20th episode of Season 3. Directed by Jack Shea and written as a teleplay by Richard Freeman, Stephen Young, Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan from a story by Richard Freeman and Stephen Young, the episode made its premiere on CBS-TV on February 28, 1977.
A little "oo-là-là" turns into "O no you don't" when George finds out Louise's new friend from French class is a man.
Louise studies French in night school and befriends a tall, dark, handsome male classmate, leading George to feel jealous and suspect that the man wants more than just friendship from Louise. This leads to yet another argument which leaves George sleeping on the couch. Turns out when the male friend, Michael, or as pronounced in French, "Michel", does seem to have an infatauation with the already married Louise; he gets the message after she tries to intimate that to him when they are practicing a lesson together.
Recurring cast/Guest starsEdit
- Marla Gibbs as Florence
- S. Pearl Sharp as Mabel (as Saundra Sharp)
- Danny Wells as Charlie the Bartender
- Hal Williams as Michael