| Season 5, Episode 22 |
#109 in Series
|Network:||CBS-TV / U.S.|
|Air date:||April 4, 1979|
|Written by:|| Paul M. Belous & Robert Wolterstoff (teleplay) |
Bernard Burnell Mack (story)
|Directed by:||Jack Shea|
|Production code:||5.22 / 522|
|IMDb||Three Faces of Florence|
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Three Faces of Florence was the 109th overall episode of The Jeffersons TV series, also the 22nd episode of Season 5. Directed by Jack Shea and written by Paul M. Belous and Robert Wolterstoff, the episode, which was derived from a story written by Bernard Burnell Mack, made its premiere on CBS-TV on April 4, 1979.
After reading a novel in which a woman pretends to be different people, Florence gets the idea to act like different people to attract men. While at the Help Center, she tries it out on a man, not knowing that he's a psychiatrist who becomes convinced she has split personalities.
Florence is reading a novel in which a woman pretends to be different people this gives Florence the idea to act like different people to attract men. While down at the Help Center with Louise and Helen, she tries it out on a man, unknown to her he's a visiting psychiatrist, Dr. Martin, who's accquainted with Louise and Helen, who then becomes convinced that Florence has multiple personalities.