| Season Four, Episode ##4|
Number (#66) in series (136 episodes)
|Air date||October 4, 1974|
|Written by||Gene Farmer|
|Directed by||Stan Lathan|
|IMDb||Grady and His Lady|
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Grady and His Lady was the 66th overall episode of Sanford and Son. Also the fourth episode of Season Four, it first aired October 4, 1974.
Fred fears wedding bells will break up his beautiful friendship after Grady announces he's engaged to Dolly (Norma Miller); at the core of the animonsity of Fred upon the wedding news, (other than Fred's cringing upon meeting Dolly and her rather homely looks) is the perception that Dolly will severely curb the "free time" of future hubby Grady (Whitman Mayo) once they're married. To this end, Fred plots to "break up him (Grady) and ole' Deputy Dawg (Norma)!", in layman's terms, puncture the budding romance!
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|Sanford and Son: Season 4|
|The Surprise Party | Matchmaker, Matchmaker | Ol' Brown Eyes is Back | Grady and His Lady | There'll Be Some Changes Made | Going Out of Business | Home Sweet Home | My Kingdom For a Horse | Sanford and Niece | Julio and Sister and Nephew | Fred's Treasure Garden | Tower Power | A Little Extra Security | The Merger | Once a Thief | The Stand-In | Strange Bedfellows | The Masquerade Party | Golden Boy | My Brother-in-Law's Keeper | The Headache | The Stung | The Older Woman | The Over-the-Hill Gag | The Family Man|