| Season One, Episode ##7|
Number (#7) in series (136 episodes)
|Air date||February 25, 1972|
|Written by||Aaron Ruben|
|Directed by||Bob LaHendro|
|IMDb||A Pad for Lamont|
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A Pad for Lamont was the seventh episode of Sanford and Son. It premiered February 25, 1972. Based on "A Box in Town" by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.
Fed up with his father frustrating his love life when Fred shatters a tender romantic liason between him and his latest date, Darleen (Judyann Elder), Lamont strikes out on his own and rents a swingin' bachelor pad. in downtown L.A., Lamont sits back and waits for a crowd of young ladies to beat a path to his door. But, as things turn out, Lamont winds up disappointed, when the landlady, who has a strict policy of "no guests of the opposite sex after 11 P.M.", also frustrates another hard-fixed date with Darleen, as he winds up returning to the junkyard, eating humble pie!
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|Crossed Swords | Happy Birthday, Pop | Here Comes the Bride, There Goes the Bride | The Copper Caper | A Matter of Life and Breath | We Were Robbed | A Pad for Lamont | The Great Sanford Siege | Coffins for Sale | The Barracuda | TV or Not TV | The Suitcase Case | The Return of The Barracuda | The Piano Movers|