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Season 6

112 :06x01 - The Hawaiian Connection (1)

Sep/24/1976
Coincidentally, the Junkmen of America are having their annual convention in Hawaii as three professional jewel thieves are faced with the problem of finding someone to smuggle the gems out of Hawaii into Los Angeles.
Guest Stars: Frank Nelson as Co-Pilot | Fritzi Burr as Woman on Plane | Nathaniel Taylor as Rollo Lawson | LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | Sandra Kerns as Stewardess | Sheldon Leonard as Davis | Theodore Wilson as Messenger | James Gregory as Commander | Barbara Rhoades as Gladys | David Huddleston as Cop #1 | Howard Storm as Bellboy | Danny Kamekona as Cop #2 | Greg Morris as Freddy Wells | Peter Leeds as Suitcase Courier
Director: Alan Rafkin

113 :06x02 - The Hawaiian Connection (2)

Sep/24/1976
Coincidentally, the Junkmen of America are having their annual convention in Hawaii as three professional jewel thieves are faced with the problem of finding someone to smuggle the gems out of Hawaii into Los Angeles.
Guest Stars: Sheldon Leonard as Davis | James Gregory as Commander | Barbara Rhoades as Gladys | David Huddleston as Cop #1 | Elissa Dulce Hoopai as Hula Teacher | Danny Kamekona as Cop #2 | Greg Morris as Freddy Wells
Director: Alan Rafkin

114 :06x03 - The Hawaiian Connection (3)

Oct/01/1976
Completely unaware that he is part of a robbery, Fred loses track of his friend's "package" and is chased by the crooks all over the island.
Guest Stars: Frank Nelson as Co-Pilot | Fritzi Burr as Woman on Plane | Nathaniel Taylor as Rollo Lawson | LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Hal Williams as Officer Smith "Smitty" | Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | Robert Kino as Japanese Tourist | Danny Kamekona as Cop #2 | Sandra Kerns as Stewardess | Sheldon Leonard as Davis | Don Ho as Himself | Greg Morris as Freddy Wells | James Gregory as Commander | Pat Paulsen as Percy | Barbara Rhoades as Gladys | David Huddleston as Cop #1
Director: Alan Rafkin

115 :06x04 - California Crude

Oct/08/1976
When Fred and Lamont are told there might be oil in their own backyard, they trust an Arab oil company representative to confirm the findings.
Guest Stars: Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | Patrick Campbell (2) as Professor Miller | Ross Martin (1) as Aram
Director: Norman Abbott

116 :06x05 - The Stakeout

Oct/15/1976
Fred falls for one of his tenants and can't understand her aloofness—until he discovers the "lady" is really a man on the run from police.
Guest Stars: Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | Howard Platt as Officer Hopkins "Hoppy" | Charles Weldon as Miss Wallace/Hacker | Rozelle Gayle as Sergeant Perkins
Director: Norman Abbott
Writer: Earl Barret

117 :06x06 - I Dream of Choo Choo Rabinowitz

Oct/22/1976
Fred is determined to impress Lamont's future mother-in-law by setting a new world's record and getting his name in the Guinness book.
Guest Stars: Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Marlene Clark as Janet | Edward Crawford as Roger | Leonard Stone as Mr. Grayson | Royce Wallace as Mrs. Gordon
Director: Alan Rafkin

118 :06x07 - The Winning Ticket

Nov/05/1976
Fred can't wait to try out the new promotion idea that he just bought from two "salesmen."
Guest Stars: Danny Dayton as Timmy | Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Danny Wells as Danny
Director: Alan Rafkin
Writer: Bob DeVinney

119 :06x08 - Committee Man

Nov/12/1976
Fred is ecstatic when the Mayor selects him to represent Watts businessmen on a community relatives committee.
Guest Stars: Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | Fritzi Burr as Mrs. Channing | Edward Andrews as Sam Jordon | Sosimo Hernandez as Mr. Rodriguez | Ronnie Schell as Mr. Wilkens
Director: Chuck Liotta

120 :06x09 - Fred's Extra Job

Nov/19/1976
In a desperate attempt to persuade Lamont to stay with him in the junk business, Fred secretly borrows money from the bank to show his son that business is booming.
Guest Stars: Don Bexley as Bubba | Marlene Clark as Janet | Mel Carter as Bank Officer | Milton Frome as Maitre d' | Barry Wright as Bruno | Lynn Hamilton (1) as Donna
Director: Alan Rafkin

121 :06x10 - Carol

Nov/26/1976
When a curious visitor arrives at the Sanford home and claims to have known Fred forty years ago, Fred's memory suddenly falters.
Guest Stars: Patrick Cranshaw as Bank Guard | Whitman Mayo as Grady Wilson | Spo-de-Odee as Carol | Cinque Attucks as Jake
Director: Alan Rafkin
Writer: Earl Barret

122 :06x11 - Aunt Esther Has a Baby

Dec/03/1976
Esther has been trying to adopt a baby for quite some time and finally gets an appointment with the adoption agency.
Guest Stars: LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Raymond Allen (2) as Uncle Woodrow "Woody" Anderson | Robin Braxton as Mrs. Sherman
Director: Alan Rafkin

123 :06x12 - Aunt Esther Meets Her Son

Dec/10/1976
Fred and Lamont become peacemakers when Esther finds that her newly adopted son doesn't believe in God and kicks him out of the house.
Guest Stars: Helen Martin (1) as Church Sister #1 | Sid McCoy as Customer #2 | Raymond Allen (2) as Uncle Woodrow "Woody" Anderson | LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Eric Laneuville as Daniel | Cathy Cooper (2) as Church Sister #2 | Earnestine Simpson as Church Sister #3 | Renny Roker as Customer #1 | Shirley Washington as Salesgirl
Director: Al Rabin

124 :06x13 - Sanford and Gong

Dec/17/1976
Fred, Lamont and Bubba perform a song and dance routine on Fred's favorite television program, "The Gong Show, " with plans of winning the grand prize.
Guest Stars: Don S. Davis as Marvin | Lynn Hamilton (1) as Donna Harris | Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | Allan Drake as Rodney Victor | Jack DeLeon as Sven | Roy Stuart as Barton | Margie McGlory as Vocalist | Paul Zegler as Charlie | Tracee Lyles as Panelist #1 | Al Hansen (1) as Panelist #2 | Bob Goldstein as Panelist #3 | Jackie Toles as Receptionist | Carl McCarthy as Stage Manager | Albert Popwell as Doctor | Sivi Aberg as Gong Show Hostess | Chuck Barris as Himself | Dap Sugar Willie as Man in Audience
Director: Bill Foster (1)

125 :06x14 - Here Today, Gone Today

Jan/07/1977
Unaware that Lamont and Esther are trying to surprise him by sending out the furniture to be re-upholstered, Fred comes home early and thinks it's all been stolen.
Guest Stars: LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Nathaniel Taylor as Rollo Lawson | Hal Williams as Officer Smith "Smitty" | Lynn Hamilton (1) as Donna Harris | Marlene Clark as Janet | Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | Bob Goldstein as Mr. Trild
Director: Bill Foster (1)

126 :06x15 - Fred Meets Redd

Jan/14/1977
Fred must decide if he should spend time with his accountant and complete his tax forms before the deadline or compete in a Redd Foxx look-alike contest.
Guest Stars: Dave Turner as Harold Harrison | Fritzi Burr as Miss Rock | Redd Foxx as Himself | Debraca Foxx as Doris Martin | Benny Rubin as Man | Dap Sugar Willie as Phil Tellman | Prince Spencer as Rob Baxter | Jack Carter as Marvin
Director: Bill Foster (1)

127 :06x16 - Chinese Torture (a.k.a.) The Defiant One

Jan/21/1977
Grady tries an ancient Oriental magic trick and shackles Fred to Esther without realizing the directions for releasing the locks are written in Chinese.
Guest Stars: LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Whitman Mayo as Grady Wilson | Nathaniel Taylor as Rollo Lawson | Frank Nelson as Salesman | Philip Ahn as Chinese Man | Hazel Medina as Alice
Director: Russ Petranto

128 :06x17 - A Matter of Silence

Jan/28/1977
After being cured from a sudden loss of hearing, Fred is reluctant to give up the loving sympathy he's been getting from his girlfriend and decides to stay "deaf."
Guest Stars: Helen Martin (1) as Nurse | Lynn Hamilton (1) as Donna Harris | Nathaniel Taylor as Rollo Lawson | Fuddle Bagley as Doctor
Director: Russ Petranto
Writer: John T. Bell

129 :06x18 - When John Comes Marching Home

Feb/04/1977
Lamont's future wife's ex-husband arrives with some earth-shattering news that could change the course of everyone's life.
Guest Stars: LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Nathaniel Taylor as Rollo Lawson | Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | Marlene Clark as Janet | Frank Nelson as Waiter | Edward Crawford as Roger | James A. Watson, Jr. as John
Director: Russ Petranto

130 :06x19 - The Reverend Sanford

Feb/11/1977
To avoid taxes, Fred becomes a clergyman of the Divine Profit Church and appoints Bubba and Woody as officers.
Guest Stars: Raymond Allen (2) as Uncle Woodrow "Woody" Anderson | Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Esther Sutherland as Woman #1 | Sammy Shore as Bishop Lovelace | Freeman King as Policeman | Darrow Igus as Walter
Director: Russ Petranto
Writer: Jim Belcher

131 :06x20 - The Will

Feb/18/1977
Fred is fearful that his days are numbered after Esther delivers a crashing blow to his head with her Bible-laden purse.
Guest Stars: Raymond Allen (2) as Uncle Woodrow "Woody" Anderson | LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | Nathaniel Taylor as Rollo Lawson | Lynn Hamilton (1) as Donna Harris | Eric Laneuville as Daniel | Julius Harris as Doctor
Director: Russ Petranto

132 :06x21 - Fred the Activist

Feb/25/1977
An innocent shopping trip turns violent when a shady salesman refuses to grant a time payment plan to anyone over 65.
Guest Stars: Helen Martin (1) as Millie | Hilda Haynes as Rose | LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | Mel Stewart as Clarence | Taurean Blacque as Honest Hank | George Reynolds as Prisoner | Tony Burton as Guard
Director: Russ Petranto

133 :06x22 - The Lucky Streak

Mar/04/1977
Fred embarks on a lucky gambling streak as he and Lamont need a quick $4,000 to buy the Sanford Arms.
Guest Stars: LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | Nathaniel Taylor as Rollo Lawson | Sonny Jim Gaines as Dan | Skip Cunningham as Marvin | Prince Spencer as Messenger
Director: Russ Petranto

134 :06x23 - Funny, You Don't Look It

Mar/11/1977
Fred is so certain he is a descendant of a famous person that he pays a company $25 to trace his roots.
Guest Stars: LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | John Hawker as Mailman | Jim Mendenhall as Customer #2 | Will Gill, Jr. (2) as Customer #1 | Milton Selzer as Sam Gittleman
Director: Russ Petranto

135 :06x24 - Fred Sings the Blues

Mar/18/1977
Fred invites B.B. King to dinner at Sanford home and may give the famous singer another reason to sing the blues. B.B. King Guest stars.
Guest Stars: Raymond Allen (2) as Uncle Woodrow "Woody" Anderson | LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | Basil Hoffman as Maitre 'd | B.B. King as Himself | Ji-Tu Cumbuka as Edmond | Harold 'Happy' Hairston as Man | Hannah Dean as Woman
Director: Russ Petranto

136 :06x25 - School Daze

Mar/25/1977
When Fred is caught spending a lot of time with Doris, a white school-teacher, everyone is sure he's only studying about the birds and bees.
Guest Stars: LaWanda Page as Aunt Esther Anderson | Lynn Hamilton (1) as Donna Harris | Nathaniel Taylor as Rollo Lawson | Don Bexley as Bubba Bexley | Sarah Jane Miller as Doris Chandler | Barry Wright as Herman Barry
Director: Carl McCarthy
Warning: Sanford and Son guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Fridays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: January 14, 1972
Ended: September 02, 1977
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