| Season Four, Episode ##8|
Number (#70) in series (136 episodes)
|Air date||October 25, 1974|
|Written by||Arnie Rosen|
|Directed by||Bill Foster|
|IMDb||My Kingdom For a Horse|
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My Kingdom For a Horse was the 70th overall episode of Sanford and Son. Also the eighth episode of Season Four, it first aired November 1, 1974.
Fred buys a retired thoroughbred racehorse named General Lee, betting on a big profit after selling him as a breeding stud. It doesn't matter that the horse's racing days are over, and that he had been reduced to hauling a junk wagon: Fred's hopes are dashed, when he is informed by the horse trader whom he tries to sell General Lee to, Mr. Crenshaw (Ned Wertimer) checks the horse and discovers that he's been gelded, which that Fred and Lamont already found out when thumbing thru a rhorse acing almanac which Grady bought and read with them, meaning he can't breed, also meaning no riches! Fred is grudingly forced to accept Crenshaw's offer of $25 -- plus $50 for the pants Fred made for the horse!
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|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|