| Season 7, Episode 17 |
#152 in Series
|Network:||CBS-TV / U.S.|
|Air date:||March 8, 1981|
|Written by:||Michael G. Moye|
|Directed by:||Bob Lally|
|Production code:||7.17 / 717|
|IMDb||Small Fish, Big Pond|
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Small Fish, Big Pond was the 152nd overall episode of The Jeffersons TV series, also the 17th episode of Season 7. Directed by Bob Lally and written by Michael G. Moye, for a original story penned by Lisa Kite and Cindy Begel, the episode originally appeared on CBS-TV on March 8, 1981.
George pledges a fortune to an exclusive men's club that he wants to join.
George exaggerates his financial standing to gain membership in one of New York's most exclusive businessmans clubs and soon finds himself in over his head.
To get into an exclusive club, George exaggerates how many stores he owns. However, once a member of the club, George finds himself in over his head, by pledging $100 for a fountain unknown to him, $100 is really $100,000.
- Jean Byron as Mavis (as Jeane Byron)
- Sarah Marshall as Lucella
- David Moses as Mr. Brookhouse
- Danny Wells as Charlie the Bartender
- Tom Williams as Big Tony Tyler