The Jeffersons/Jenny's Thesis

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Jenny's Thesis
Season 4, Episode 26
Airdate March 4, 1978
Written by Paul M. Belous &
Robert Wolterstorff
Directed by Jack Shea
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Jenny's Thesis is the twenty-sixth episode of the fourth season of The Jeffersons, and the eighty-seventh episode overall.

Starring: Isabel Sanford (Louise Jefferson), Sherman Hemsley (George Jefferson), Roxie Roker (Helen Willis) & Franklin Cover (Tom Willis), Marla Gibbs (Florence Johnston), Zara Cully (Mother Olivia Jefferson) (credit only), Berlinda Tolbert (Jenny Willis Jefferson) & Damon Evans (Lionel Jefferson) (credit only)

and Paul Benedict (Harry Bentley)

Additional Cast: Ned Wertimer (Ralph), Ernest Harden, Jr. (Marcus), Joseph Burns (L.C.), Bobby Ellerbee (Slick), Ron Trice (Rollo), Bob Harcum (Domino), Anthony Thompkins (Huey), Margaret Wheeler (Lady Customer), Bhetty Waldron (Clara)

Contents

Plot Overview

Jenny needs a topic for a thesis that she's writing. However, her idea could lead her into danger when she decides her topic will be street gangs. This leads her to go to Harlem and meet Marcus, unknown to her Tom and George are following her.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes