The Sanford Arms - Episodes

Episodes

Series # Season # Title Notes Original air date
1 1 Bye, Fred, Hi, Phil Fred and Lamont are gone, and Phil Wheeler takes control of "The Sanford Arms" hotel. Grady and his new wife Dolly (from Sanford and Son, "Grady and His Lady") check in to spend their honeymoon at the Sanford Arms, while Phil and Bubba try to find a way to come up with the rent money for the month. Note When Grady and Dolly check in, it is explained that Fred and Lamont moved to Arizona due to Fred's health. September 16, 1977
2 2 The Grandparents Nathaniel's grandparents come for a visit. As usual, they pester Phil to allow Nat to come and live with them in their upscale home in San Diego, reasoning that Watts is no place to raise a 12-year-old boy. Nat decides to go and live with his grandparents—but only to prove to them they are too old to handle a child of his age, September 23, 1977
3 3 Phil's Assertion School Phil's plan to teach people to be more assertive backfires when a student decides to sue him. The matter is worked out when Phil, with the help of one of his daughter's friends, gets the student to realize he can be assertive. September 30, 1977
4 4 Phil's Past To Esther's dismay, Phil tries to obtain a liquor license for The Sanford Arms. His attempts are halted when a past incident stands in his way. October 14, 1977
5 5 The TV Show No synopsis available. Unaired
6 6 Young Love No synopsis available. Unaired
7 7 The Wedding Reception No synopsis available. Unaired
8 8 The Ernie Williams Memorial Golf Course No synopsis available. Unaired

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