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This is a list of episodes of the CBS-TV series The Jeffersons. A total of 253 episodes aired for 11 seasons, from January 18, 1975, through July 2, 1985.

Seasons Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 13 January 18, 1975 April 12, 1975
2 24 September 13, 1975 March 6, 1976
3 24 September 25, 1976 April 11, 1977
4 26 September 24, 1977 March 4, 1978
5 24 September 20, 1978 April 18, 1979
6 24 September 23, 1979 April 13, 1980
7 20 November 2, 1980 March 29, 1981
8 25 October 4, 1981 May 16, 1982
9 27 September 26, 1982 May 1, 1983
10 22 October 2, 1983 May 6, 1984
11 24 October 14, 1984 July 2, 1985

Season 1 (1975)Edit

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Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
1 1 "A Friend in Need" Jack Shea Teleplay byDon NichollMichael RossBernie WestBarry Harman and Harve Brosten

Story by: Barry Harman and Harve Brosten

January 18, 1975 1.1
2 2 "George's Family Tree" Jack Shea Perry Grant and Dick Bensfield January 25, 1975 1.2
3 3 "Louise Feels Useless" Jack Shea Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell February 1, 1975 1.3
4 4 "Lionel, the Playboy" Jack Shea Roger Shulman and John Baskin February 8, 1975 1.4
5 5 "Mr. Piano Man" Jack Shea Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell February 15, 1975 1.5
6 6 "George's Skeleton" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Lloyd Turner, Gordon Mitchell, and Erik Tarloff

Story by: Erik Tarloff

February 22, 1975 1.6
7 7 "Lionel Cries Uncle" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell

Story byJim Carlson

March 1, 1975 1.7
8 8 "Mother Jefferson's Boyfriend" Jack Shea Gordon Farr and Arnold Kane March 8, 1975 1.8
9 9 "Meet the Press" Jack Shea Dixie Brown Grossman March 15, 1975 1.9
10 10 "Rich Man's Disease" Jack Shea Bruce Howard March 22, 1975 1.10
11 11 "Former Neighbors" Jack Shea Art Baer and Ben Joelson March 29, 1975 1.11
12 12 "Like Father, Like Son" Jack Shea Frank Tarloff April 5, 1975 1.12
13 13 "Jenny's Low" Jack Shea John Ashby April 12, 1975 1.13

Season 2 (1975-76)Edit

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14 1 "A Dinner for Harry" Jack Shea Don Nicholl, Michael Ross, Bernie West September 13, 1975 2.1
15 2 "George's First Vacation" Jack Shea Frank Tarloff September 20, 1975 2.2
16 3 "Louise's Daughter" Jack Shea Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan September 27, 1975 2.3
17 4 "Harry and Daphne" Jack Shea Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell October 4, 1975 2.4
18 5 "Mother Jefferson's Fall" Jack Shea Erik Tarloff October 11, 1975 2.5
19 6 "Jefferson vs. Jefferson" Jack Shea Arthur Marx and Bob Fisher October 18, 1975 2.6
20 7 "Uncle Bertram" Jack Shea Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell October 25, 1975 2.7
21 8 "Movin' on Down" Jack Shea Ken Levine and David Isaacs November 1, 1975 2.8
22 9 "George Won't Talk" Jack Shea John Ashby November 8, 1975 2.9
23 10 "Jenny's Grandparents" Jack Shea James Ritz November 15, 1975 2.10
24 11 "George's Best Friend" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Calvin Kelly, Lloyd Turner, and Gordon Mitchell

Story by: Calvin Kelly

November 22, 1975 2.11
25 12 "George and the Manager" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Don Boyle, Jay Moriarty, and Mike Milligan

Story by: Don Boyle

November 29, 1975 2.12
26 13 "George's Alibi" Jack Shea Sandy Krinski December 6, 1975 2.13
27 14 "Lunch with Mama" Jack Shea Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell December 13, 1975 2.14
28 15 "George vs. Wall Street" Jack Shea George Burditt December 20, 1975 2.15
29 16 "The Break-Up: Part 1" Jack Shea Dixie Brown Grossman January 3, 1976 2.16
30 17 "The Break-Up: Part 2" Jack Shea Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell January 10, 1976 2.17
31 18 "Florence's Problem" Jack Shea Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan January 24, 1976 2.18
32 19 "Mother Jefferson's Birthday" Jack Shea Fred Fox and Seaman Jacobs January 31, 1976 2.19
33 20 "Louise's Cookbook" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Jay Moriarty, Mike Milligan, Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell

Story by: Ann Gibbs and Joel Kimmel

February 7, 1976 2.20
34 21 "George Meets Whittendale" Jack Shea Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell February 14, 1976 2.21
35 22 "Lionel's Problem" Jack Shea Teleplay by: James Ritz

Story by: Mia Abbott

February 21, 1976 2.22
36 23 "Tennis, Anyone?" Jack Shea Sandy Veith February 28, 1976 2.23
37 24 "The Wedding" Jack Shea John Donley, Lloyd Turner, and Gordon Mitchell March 6, 1976 2.24

Season 3 (1976-77)Edit

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38 1 "George and the President" Jack Shea Howard Albrecht and Sol Weinstein September 25, 1976 3.1
39 2 "Louise Gets Her Way" Jack Shea Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell October 2, 1976 3.2
40 3 "Louise Suspects" Jack Shea Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell October 9, 1976 3.3
41 4 "The Lie Detector" Jack Shea Tedd Anasti and David Talisman October 16, 1976 3.4
42 5 "George's Diploma" Jack Shea Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell October 23, 1976 3.5
43 6 "The Retirement Party" Jack Shea Dixie Brown Grossman October 30, 1976 3.6
44 7 "Lionel's Pad" Jack Shea Booker Bradshaw and Kurt Taylor November 10, 1976 3.7
45 8 "Tom the Hero" Jack Shea Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan November 17, 1976 3.8
46 9 "Jenny's Discovery" Jack Shea Bob Baublitz November 24, 1976 3.9
47 10 "The Agreement" Jack Shea Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell December 8, 1976 3.10
48 11 "Florence in Love" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Richard Freiman and Stephen Young

Story by: Paul M. Belous and Robert Wolterstorff

December 15, 1976 3.11
49 12 "The Christmas Wedding" Jack Shea Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan December 22, 1976 3.12
50 13 "Louise Forgets" Jack Shea Bill Davenport January 5, 1977 3.13
51 14 "Bentley's Problem" Jack Shea Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell January 12, 1977 3.14
52 15 "Jefferson Airplane" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Dixie Brown Grossman

Story byBrian Levant

January 17, 1977 3.15
53 16 "George's Guilt" Jack Shea Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan January 24, 1977 3.16
54 17 "A Case of Black and White" Jack Shea Fred S. Fox, Seaman Jacobs, Lloyd Turner, and Gordon Mitchell January 31, 1977 3.17
55 18 "Louise vs. Jenny" Jack Shea John Ashby February 7, 1977 3.18
56 19 "The Marriage Counselors" Jack Shea John V. Hanrahan February 21, 1977 3.19
57 20 "Louise's Friend" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Richard Freiman, Stephen Young, Jay Moriarty, and Mike Milligan

Story by: Richard Freiman and Stephen Young

February 28, 1977 3.20
58 21 "The Old Flame" Jack Shea Jim Moriarty and Mike Milligan March 7, 1977 3.21
59 22 "Jenny's Opportunity" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell

Story by: Paul M. Belous and Robert Wolterstorff

March 21, 1977 3.22
60 23 "George the Philanthropist" Jack Shea Dennis Koenig and Larry Balmagia March 28, 1977 3.23
61 24 "Louise's Physical" Jack Shea Lloyd Turner, Gordon Mitchell, Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan April 11, 1977 3.24

Season 4 (1977-78)Edit

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62/63 1/2 "The Grand Opening" Jack Shea Jay Moriarty, Mike Milligan, Roger Shulman and John Baskin September 24, 1977 4.1/4.2
64 3 "Once a Friend" Jack Shea Michael S. Baser and Kim Weiskopf October 1, 1977 4.3
65 4 "George's Help" Jack Shea Patt Shea and Jack Shea October 8, 1977 4.4
66 5 "George's Legacy" Jack Shea Don Segall October 15, 1977 4.5
67 6 "Good News, Bad News" Jack Shea Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan October 22, 1977 4.6
68 7 "The Visitors" Jack Shea Roger Shulman and John Baskin October 29, 1977 4.7
69 8 "The Camp-Out" Jack Shea Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan November 5, 1977 4.8
70 9 "The Last Leaf" Jack Shea Laura Levine November 12, 1977 4.9
71 10 "Louise's New Interest" Jack Shea Olga Vallance November 19, 1977 4.10
72 11 "The Costume Party" Jack Shea Martin Donovan November 26, 1977 4.11
73 12 "Florence Gets Lucky" Jack Shea Bob DeVinney December 3, 1977 4.12
74 13 "George Needs Help" Jack Shea Roger Shulman and John Baskin December 10, 1977 4.13
75 14 "The Jefferson Curve" Jack Shea Paul M. Belous and Robert Wolterstorff December 17, 1977 4.14
76 15 "984 W. 124th Street, Apt. 5C" Jack Shea Roger Shulman and John Baskin December 24, 1977 4.15
77 16 "George and Whitty" Jack Shea Howard Albrecht and Sol Weinstein January 7, 1978 4.16
78 17 "Lionel Gets the Business" Bob Lally Nancy Vince and Ted Dale January 14, 1978 4.17
79 18 "The Blackout" Jack Shea Richard B. Eckhaus January 21, 1978 4.18
80 19 "Florence's Union" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Andy Guerdat and Steve Kreinberg

Story by: Patt Shea and Jack Shea

January 28, 1978 4.19
81 20 "George and Jimmy" Jack Shea Richard Freiman February 4, 1978 4.20
82 21 "Thomas H. Willis and Co." Jack Shea Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan February 11, 1978 4.21
83 22 "Uncle George and Aunt Louise" Jack Shea Roger Shulman and John Baskin February 18, 1978 4.22
84/85/86 23/24/25 "George and Louise in a Bind" Jack Shea Jim Rogers February 25, 1978 4.23/4.24/4.25
87 26 "Jenny's Thesis" Jack Shea Paul M. Belous and Robert Wolterstorff March 4, 1978 4.26

Season 5 (1978-79)Edit

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Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
88 1 "Louise's Painting" Jack Shea Nancy Vince and Ted Dale September 20, 1978 5.1
89 2 "The Homecoming: Part 1" Jack Shea Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan September 27, 1978 5.2
90 3 "The Homecoming: Part 2" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Jay Moriarty, Mike Milligan, Paul M. Belous, Robert Wolterstorff

Story by: Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan

October 4, 1978 5.3
91 4 "How Slowly They Forget" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Nancy Vince and Ted Dale

Story by: Erwin Washington

October 11, 1978 5.4
92 5 "George's Dream" Jack Shea Bob Baublitz October 18, 1978 5.5
93 6 "George's New Stockbroker" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Jim Rogers, Bryan Joseph, Jay Moriarty, and Mike Milligan

Story by: Jim Rogers

November 1, 1978 5.6
94 7 "Me and Billy Dee" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Bryan Joseph

Story by: Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan

November 4, 1978 5.7
95 8 "Half a Brother" Jack Shea Bob Baublitz November 8, 1978 5.8
96 9 "What Are Friends For?" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan

Story by: Skip Usen

November 22, 1978 5.9
97 10 "George, Who?" Jack Shea Christine Houston November 29, 1978 5.10
98 11 "Harry's House Guest" Jack Shea Fred S. Fox and Seaman Jacobs December 13, 1978 5.11
99 12 "George Finds a Father" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Kurt Taylor, John Donley, Paul M. Belous and Robert Wolterstorff

Story by: Kurt Taylor and John Donley

December 20, 1978 5.12
100 13 "Louise's Sister" Jack Shea Bob Baublitz January 3, 1979 5.13
101 14 "Louise's Reunion" Jack Shea Howard Albrecht and Sol Weinstein January 10, 1979 5.14
102 15 "A Bedtime Story" Jack Shea Stephen Neigher January 24, 1979 5.15
103 16 "Florence Meets Mr. Right" Jack Shea Peter Casey and David Lee January 31, 1979 5.16
104 17 "Louise's Award" Jack Shea M. Martez Thomas February 7, 1979 5.17
105 18 "The Other Woman" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel

Story by: Jack Shea

February 21, 1979 5.18
106 19 "The Hold Out" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Bryan Joseph

Story by: Bernard Burnell Mack

February 28, 1979 5.19
107 20 "The Ones You Love" Jack Shea Stephen Neigher March 7, 1979 5.20
108 21 "Every Night Fever" Jack Shea Bryan Joseph March 28, 1979 5.21
109 22 "Three Faces of Florence" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Paul M. Belous and Robert Wolterstorff

Story by: Bernard Burnell Mack

April 4, 1979 5.22
110 23 "Louise's Convention" Jack Shea Paul M. Belous and Robert Wolterstorff April 11, 1979 5.23
111 24 "The Freeze-In" Jack Shea Teleplay by: Jay Moriarty, Mike Milligan, Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel

Story by: Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan

April 18, 1979 5.24

Season 6 (1979-80)Edit

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112 1 "The Announcement" Bob Lally Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan September 23, 1979 6.1
113 2 "A Short Story" Bob Lally Neil Lebowitz September 30, 1979 6.2
114 3 "Louise's Old Boyfriend" Bob Lally Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel October 7, 1979 6.3
115 4 "Now You See It, Now You Don't: Part 1" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Mary-David Sheiner and Sheila Judis Weisberg

Story by: Susan Straughn Harris

October 21, 1979 6.4
116 5 "Now You See It, Now You Don't: Part 2" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Peter Casey and David Lee

Story by: Susan Straughn Harris

October 28, 1979 6.5
117 6 "Where's Papa?" Bob Lally Peter Casey and David Lee November 4, 1979 6.6
118 7 "The Expectant Father" Bob Lally Michael G. Moye November 11, 1979 6.7
119 8 "Joltin' George" Bob Lally Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel November 18, 1979 6.8
120 9 "Baby Love" Bob Lally Joanne Pagliaro December 2, 1979 6.9
121 10 "Louise vs. Florence" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel

Story by: Paul M. Belous and Robert Wolterstorff

December 9, 1979 6.10
122 11 "Me and Mr. G." Bob Lally Michael G. Moye December 30, 1979 6.11
123 12 "One Flew Into the Cuckoo's Nest" Bob Lally Peter Casey and David Lee January 6, 1980 6.12
124 13 "Louise's Setback" Bob Lally Robert Wolterstorff January 13, 1980 6.13
125 14 "Brother Tom" Bob Lally Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel January 27, 1980 6.14
126 15 "The Arrival: Part 1" Bob Lally Neil Lebowitz February 3, 1980 6.15
127 16 "The Arrival: Part 2" Bob Lally Michael G. Moye February 10, 1980 6.16
128 17 "The Shower" Bob Lally Arthur and Celia Bonaduce February 17, 1980 6.17
129 18 "The Longest Day" Bob Lally Bob Baublitz February 24, 1980 6.18
130 19 "George's Birthday" Bob Lally Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel March 2, 1980 6.19
131 20 "A Night to Remember" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Peter Casey and David Lee

Story by: Stephen A. Miller

March 9, 1980 6.20
132 21 "The Loan" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Peter Casey and David Lee

Story by: Arthur and Celia Bonaduce

March 23, 1980 6.21
133 22 "Louise Takes a Stand" Bob Lally Bryan Joseph, Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel March 30, 1980 6.22
134 23 "The First Store" Bob Lally Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan April 6, 1980 6.23
135 24 "Once Upon a Time" Bob Lally Michael G. Moye April 13, 1980 6.24

Season 7 (1980-81)Edit

Main article: Season 7 episodes


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Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
136 1 "Marathon Men" Bob Lally Howard Bendetson and Bob Henderson November 2, 1980 7.1
137 2 "The Jeffersons Go to Hawaii: Part 1" Bob Lally Michael G. Moye November 9, 1980 7.2
138/139 3/4 "The Jeffersons Go to Hawaii: Parts 2-3" Bob Lally Jay Moriarty, Mike Milligan, Michael G. Moye November 16, 1980 7.3/7.4
140 5 "The Jeffersons Go to Hawaii: Part 4" Bob Lally Jay Moriarty, Mike Milligan, Michael G. Moye November 23, 1980 7.5
141 6 "Put It On" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Howard Bendetson and Bob Bendetson

Story by: Stephanie Haden

November 30, 1980 7.6
142 7 "Florence's Cousin" Bob Lally Marshall Goldberg December 7, 1980 7.7
143 8 "All I Want for Christmas" Bob Lally David W. Duclon and Ron Leavitt December 21, 1980 7.8
144 9 "Calendar Girl" Bob Lally David Silverman and Stephen Sustarsic January 4, 1981 7.9
145 10 "As Florence Turns" Bob Lally Peter Casey and David Lee January 11, 1981 7.10
146 11 "God Bless Americans" Bob Lally Peter Casey and David Lee January 18, 1981 7.11
147 12 "Alley Oops" Bob Lally Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel January 25, 1981 7.12
148 13 "And the Doorknobs Shined Like Diamonds" Bob Lally Michael G. Moye February 1, 1981 7.13
149 14 "Sorry, Wrong Meeting" Bob Lally Peter Casey and David Lee February 15, 1981 7.14
150 15 "My Hero" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Jerry Perzigian, Donald L. Seigel, Peter Casey and David Lee

Story by: David Silverman and Stephen Sustarsic

February 22, 1981 7.15
151 16 "I Buy the Songs" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Lesa Kite and Cindy Begel

Story by: Jerry Perzigian, Donald L. Seigel, Peter Casey and David Lee

March 1, 1981 7.16
152 17 "Small Fish, Big Pond" Bob Lally Michael G. Moye March 8, 1981 7.17
153 18 "Not So Dearly Beloved" Bob Lally Teleplay by: David Silverman and Stephen Sustarsic

Story: Fred S. Fox and Seaman Jacobs

March 15, 1981 7.18
154/155 19/20 "Florence's New Job" Bob Lally Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan March 29, 1981 7.19/7.20

Season 8 (1981-82)Edit

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156 1 "The Separation: Part 1" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Howard Bendetson and Bob Bendetson

Story by: Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan

October 4, 1981 8.1
157 2 "The Separation: Part 2" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Nancy Vince and Tim Dale

Story by: Jay Moriarty and Mike Milligan

October 11, 1981 8.2
158 3 "Louise's Father" Bob Lally Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel October 18, 1981 8.3
159 4 "My Maid, Your Maid" Bob Lally Peter Casey, David Lee, Jerry Perzigian, Donald L. Seigel October 25, 1981 8.4
160 5 "I've Still Got It" Bob Lally Fred S. Fox and Seaman Jacobs November 1, 1981 8.5
161 6 "Florence Did It Different: Part 1" Bob Lally Michael G. Moye November 8, 1981 8.6
162 7 "Florence Did It Different: Part 2" Bob Lally Michael G. Moye November 15, 1981 8.7
163 8 "The House That George Built" Bob Lally Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel November 29, 1981 8.8
164 9 "A Whole Lot of Trouble" Bob Lally Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel December 6, 1981 8.9
165 10 "I've Got a Secret" Bob Lally Peter Casey, David Lee, Jerry Perzigian, and Donald L. Seigel December 20, 1981 8.10
166 11 "A Charmed Life" Bob Lally Peter Casey and David Lee December 27, 1981 8.11
167 12 "Thammy the Thongwriter" Bob Lally David W. Duclon and Ron Leavitt January 3, 1982 8.12
168 13 "I Spy" Bob Lally Sara V. Finney January 17, 1982 8.13
169 14 "Dog-Gone" Bob Lally Mark Rothman and Jeffrey Duteil January 24, 1982 8.14
170 15 "Blazing Jeffersons" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Jerry Perzigian, Donald L. Seigel, Peter Casey and David Lee

Story by: David W. Duchon and Ron Leavitt

January 31, 1982 8.15
171 16 "Men of the Cloth" Bob Lally Michael G. Moye February 7, 1982 8.16
172 17 "A Case of Self-Defense" Bob Lally Jeffrey Richman and Joyce Gittlin February 21, 1982 8.17
173 18 "My Wife, I Think I'll Keep Her" Bob Lally Peter Casey and David Lee March 7, 1982 8.18
174 19 "Guess Who's Not Coming to Dinner" Bob Lally Brian Pollack and Rick Shaw March 14, 1982 8.19
175 20 "The Strays: Part 1" Bob Lally Michael G. Moye March 21, 1982 8.20
176 21 "The Strays: Part 2" Bob Lally Michael G. Moye March 28, 1982 8.21
177 22 "Jefferson's Greatest Hits" Bob Lally Ralph Phillips April 11, 1982 8.22
178 23 "A Small Victory" Bob Lally David W. Duclon and Ron Leavitt April 18, 1982 8.23
179 24 "Lesson in Love" Bob Lally Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel May 2, 1982 8.24
180 25 "Do Not Forsake Me, Oh, My Helen" Bob Lally Peter Casey and David Lee May 16, 1982 8.25

Season 9 (1982-83)Edit

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181 1 "Laundry Is a Tough Town: Part 1" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Kurt Taylor and Mark Miller

Story by: Elliot Stern

September 26, 1982 9.1
182 2 "Laundry Is a Tough Town: Part 2" Bob Lally David W. Duclon and Ron Leavitt October 3, 1982 9.2
183 3 "Anatomy of a Stain" Bob Lally Peter Casey and David Lee October 10, 1982 9.3
184 4 "Social Insecurity" Bob Lally Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel October 17, 1982 9.4
185 5 "Charlie's Angels" Bob Lally Neil Lebowitz October 24, 1982 9.5
186 6 "Heeeere's Johnny" Bob Lally Michael G. Moye October 31, 1982 9.6
187 7 "A Date with Danger" Bob Lally Peter Casey and David Lee November 7, 1982 9.7
188 8 "Death Smiles on a Dry Cleaner: Part 1" Bob Lally David W. Duclon, Ron Leavitt, Jerry Perzigian, and Donald L. Seigel November 21, 1982 9.8
189 9 "Death Smiles on a Dry Cleaner: Part 2" Bob Lally David W. Duclon, Ron Leavitt, Jerry Perzigian, and Donald L. Seigel November 28, 1982 9.9
190 10 "Appointment in 8-B" Bob Lally David W. Duclon and Ron Leavitt December 12, 1982 9.10
191 11 "Poetic Justice" Bob Lally Lou Messina and Diane Messina Stanley December 19, 1982 9.11
192 12 "How Now Dow Jones" Bob Lally Peter Casey and David Lee December 26, 1982 9.12
193 13 "The Defiant Ones" Bob Lally Jeffrey Richman and Joyce Gittlin January 2, 1983 9.13
194 14 "My Maid... My Wife" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Marilyn Anderson and Wayne Kline

Story byMichael Poryes

January 9, 1983 9.14
195 15 "Mr. Wonderful" Bob Lally Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel January 16, 1983 9.15
196 16 "My Girl, Louise" Bob Lally Sandy Sprung and Marcy Vosburgh January 23, 1983 9.16
197 17 "Bodyguards Are People Too" Bob Lally Brent Stevens and Wade Stevens January 30, 1983 9.17
198 18 "True Confessions" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Peter Casey and David Lee

Story by: Lewis Goldstein

February 6, 1983 9.18
199 19 "Mr. Clean" Bob Lally Carole Olson and Marita Epp February 13, 1983 9.19
200 20 "The Good Life" Bob Lally Michael G. Moye February 20, 1983 9.20
201 21 "Father's Day" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel

Story by: Hans Kracauer

March 6, 1983 9.21
202 22 "Change for a Dollar" Bob Lally Ron Leavitt and Michael G. Moye March 13, 1983 9.22
203 23 "Designing Woman" Bob Lally Patrick Egan and Ilene Cooper March 20, 1983 9.23
204 24 "Double Trouble" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Hans Kracauer

Story by: Patrick Egan and Ilene Cooper

March 27, 1983 9.24
205 25 "Silver Lining" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Peter Casey and David Lee

Story by: Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel

April 3, 1983 9.25
206 26 "The Wheel of Forever" Bob Lally Marcy Vosburgh and Sandy Sprung April 10, 1983 9.26
207 27 "Personal Business" Bob Lally Teleplay by: Marcy Vosburgh and Sandy Sprung

Story by: Lewis Goldstein

May 1, 1983 9.27

Season 10 (1983-84)Edit

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208 1 "Mission: Incredible: Part 1" Oz Scott Michael G. Moye October 2, 1983 10.1
209 2 "Mission: Incredible: Part 2" Oz Scott Michael G. Moye October 3, 1983 10.2
210 3 "Mission: Incredible: Part 3" Oz Scott Michael G. Moye October 9, 1983 10.3
211 4 "I Do, I Don't" Oz Scott Jeffrey Richman and Joyce Gittlin October 16, 1983 10.4
212 5 "How Not to Marry a Millionaire" Oz Scott Kim Weiskopf October 23, 1983 10.5
213 6 "And the Winner Is..." Oz Scott Neil Lebowitz October 30, 1983 10.6
214 7 "The Return of Bentley" Oz Scott Peter Casey and David Lee November 6, 1983 10.7
215 8 "The List" Oz Scott Marty Farrell November 20, 1983 10.8
216 9 "Who's the Fairest" Oz Scott Al Aidekman December 4, 1983 10.9
217 10 "Father Christmas" Oz Scott Teleplay by: Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel

Story by: Kevin Kelton

December 11, 1983 10.10
218 11 "What Makes Sammy Run?" Tony Singletary Sara V. Finney January 1, 1984 10.11
219 12 "Getting Back to Basiks" Tony Singletary Teleplay by: Marcy Vosburgh and Sandy Sprung

Story by: Rosalind Stevenson

January 8, 1984 10.12
220 13 "The Command Post" Tony Singletary Peter Casey and David Lee January 15, 1984 10.13
221 14 "Real Man Don't Dry Clean" Oz Scott Ed Burnham and Elaine Newman January 29, 1984 10.14
222 15 "Trading Places" Oz Scott Marcy Vosburgh and Sandy Sprung February 12, 1984 10.15
223 16 "My Guy, George" Oz Scott Teleplay by: Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel

Story by: Ron Leavitt

March 4, 1984 10.16
224 17 "A New Girl in Town" Oz Scott Marty Farrell March 11, 1984 10.17
225 18 "Otis" Oz Scott Michael G. Moye March 18, 1984 10.18
226 19 "Hart to Heart" Oz Scott Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel March 25, 1984 10.19
227 20 "George's Old Girlfriend" Oz Scott Kurt Taylor April 1, 1984 10.20
228 21 "Honeymoon Hotel" Oz Scott Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel April 15, 1984 10.21
229 22 "In the Chips" Arlando Smith Peter Casey and David Lee May 6, 1984 10.22

Season 11 (1984-85)Edit

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Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. code
230 1 "Blood and Money" Oz Scott Teleplay by: Jeffrey Richman and Joyce Gittlin

Story by: James Kutras

October 14, 1984 11.1
231 2 "Ebony and Ivory" Oz Scott Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner October 21, 1984 11.2
232 3 "Bobbles, Bangles, and Booboos" Oz Scott Winston Moss October 28, 1984 11.3
233 4 "A House Divided" Oz Scott Ann Gibbs and Joel Kimmel November 4, 1984 11.4
234 5 "Some Enchanted Evening" Arlando Smith Teleplay by: Marcy Vosburgh and Sandy Sprung

Story by: Billy Dee Williams and Marla Gibbs

November 18, 1984 11.5
235 6 "The Gift" Oz Scott Bobby Herbeck November 25, 1984 11.6
236 7 "They Don't Make Preachers Like Him Anymore" Oz Scott Teleplay by: Michael G. Moye

Story by: Ron Leavitt and Michael G. Moye

December 16, 1984 11.7
237 8 "Try a Little Tenderness" Oz Scott George Scott and Joe Rosario December 23, 1984 11.8
238 9 "You'll Never Get Rich" Oz Scott Lewis Goldstein and Richard Kraut January 8, 1985 11.9
239 10 "The Unnatural" Oz Scott Teleplay by: Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel

Story by: Andy Borowitz

January 15, 1985 11.10
240 11 "Chairman of the Bored" Oz Scott Stu Goldman and Vito J. Giambalvo January 22, 1985 11.11
241 12 "Sayonara: Part 1" Oz Scott Peter Casey and David Lee January 29, 1985 11.12
242 13 "Sayonara: Part 2" Oz Scott Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner February 6, 1985 11.13
243 14 "Last Dance" Oz Scott Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner February 12, 1985 11.14
244 15 "The Gang's All Here" Oz Scott Al Aidekman February 19, 1985 11.15
245 16 "Hail to the Chief" Oz Scott Hans Kracauer March 12, 1985 11.16
246 17 "A Secret in the Back Room" Oz Scott Jerry Perzigian and Donald L. Seigel March 19, 1985 11.17
247 18 "That Blasted Cunningham" Oz Scott Teleplay by: Peter Casey and David Lee

Story by: Mark Zakarin

April 2, 1985 11.18
248 19 "State of Mind" Oz Scott Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner April 23, 1985 11.19
249 20 "And Up We Go" Oz Scott Teleplay by: Cheri Eichen and Bill Steinkellner

Story by: Warren S. Murray

April 30, 1985 11.20
250 21 "The Truth Hurts" Paul Benedict Teleplay by: Sara V. Finney and Vida Spears

Story by: Stephen Neigher

June 4, 1985 11.21
251 22 "The Odd Couple" Oz Scott Peter Casey and David Lee June 11, 1985 11.22
252 23 "Off-Off-Off-Off Broadway" Oz Scott Matt Robinson June 25, 1985 11.23
253 24 "Red Robins" Oz Scott Peter Casey, David Lee, Cheri Eichen, and Bill Steinkellner July 2, 1985 11.24

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