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"Presenting The Three Degrees"
Season Three, Episode ##4
Number (#42) in series (136 episodes)
Air date October 5, 1973
Network NBC-TV
Production code 304
Written by Gene Farmer
Directed by Jack Shea
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Presenting The Three Degrees was the 42nd episode of Sanford and Son. Also the fourth episode of the series' third season, it first aired October 5, 1973.

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The Three Degrees, the Philadelphia-based singing trio, are the Sanfords' house-guests. The ladies perform "I Didn't Know" for Fred. When Fred and his buddies crash the talent show at the nightclub at which they are performing, causing them all to get kicked out of the club, including The Three Degrees, the girls, who thank Fred, are able to make it back home to Philly through a producer who saw them crying outside of the club.


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Sanford and Son: Season 3
Lamont as Othello | Libra Rising All Over Lamont | Fred, the Reluctant Fingerman | Presenting The Three Degrees | This Little TV Went to Market | Lamont, Is That You? | Fuentes, Fuentes, Sanford & Chico | Superflyer | The Members of the Wedding | The Blind Mellow Jelly Collection | A House is Not a Pool Room | Grady, The Star Boarder | Wine, Women & Aunt Esther | Mama's Baby, Papa's Maybe | Fred Sanford, Legal Eagle|This Land is Whose Land? | Fred's Cheating Heart | The Party Crasher | Will the Real Fred Sanford Please Do Something? | Tyranny, Thy Name Is Grady | Aunt Esther & Uncle Woodrow Pfft... | The Way to Lamont's Heart | Hello Cousin Emma, Goodbye Cousin Emma

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