| Season Four, Episode ##22|
Number (#84) in series (136 episodes)
|Air date||February 28, 1975|
|Written by||George Yanok & Bob Garland|
|Directed by||Alan Rafkin|
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The Stung was the 84th overall episode of Sanford and Son. Also the 22nd episode of Season Four, it first aired February 28, 1975.
Tired of Lamont telling him he's a loser at cards, Fred and his professional gambler friend play a prank on Lamont and his poker pals. But will Fred be left holding the dead man's hand?
Excluded from his son Lamont's weekly poker game, Fred gets even by arranging for his pal Al Banks (Richard Ward), a professional gambler, to sit in for a few hands. Just as Fred planned, Al wins all the players' money -- but then neglects to give it back. The result: Fred and Lamont are now at the mercy of a very big, tall and goonish tough guy named Arms Crowder (George Reynolds), who is a very, very, - I mean, very - sore loser!!! Fritzi Burr makes another guest appearance as Miss Copley, a employment referral office worker.
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