|The Satins, played by "Sister Sledge" in the Season 10 episode "My Guy, George".|
|Friends of Florence who George reluctantly backs by getting them a gig in a honky-tonk country music bar|
|Appeared on:||The Jeffersons|
|Episodes appeared in:||"My Guy, George" (Season 8)|
|Character played by:||Sister Sledge|
About the sistersEdit
When the Satins, a gospel quartet who are friends of Florence. aspire to bigger heights as recording artists in secular R&B music, George is persuaded by Florence to act as manager for the melodious Satins. Unfortunately, the first booking George arranges is a tough country & western bar where the redneck patrons "don't cotton" all that well to gospel singers. When The sisters take the stage at the bar. they are greeted with a chourus of bbos; soon, however, they begin to wow the angry crowd with their singing talent as they sing several songs, which include Motown singer Mary Wells's 1962 hit "My Guy", and Sister Sledge's 1979 Grammy Award winning R&B song "We Are Family".