The G Stands for Greatest Show Ever

heavenhighh:

The more things change the more they stay the same

Fred tried to tell us this over 40 years ago…

soulbrotherv2:

For that special woman in your life.
h/t Dangerous Minds

soulbrotherv2:

For that special woman in your life.

h/t Dangerous Minds

(via roropcoldchain)

Fred: And as you got older, it was cursed by father time!

Fred: And as you got older, it was cursed by father time!

Lamont, I mean Demond Wilson, come holla at ya girl…

Lamont, I mean Demond Wilson, come holla at ya girl…

Funniest Lines

Lamont: Pop, are you sleep?

Fred: No, I'm checking my eyelids for cracks.

Fred Sanford’s grocery list: 

Apple Jack
Mineral Oil
Pluto Water
Epsom Salts

Fred Sanford’s grocery list:

Apple Jack
Mineral Oil
Pluto Water
Epsom Salts

This is the big one…

This is the big one…

robert—cabot—lodge:

The best moment seen on TV 

Even more relevant 40 years later

blacksitcoms:

Sanford and Son has long been hailed as the precursor to many African American sitcoms, such as The Cosby Show. Although sometimes gregarious in its humor, Sanford and Son was groundbreaking for African Americans on television.

James Whittle of The Washington Post called it “a show that broke new ground and paved the way for Cosby…”. And Gene Siskel, known best for his critical reviews of both television and movies, said this: “What All in the Family did for the Caucasian race in our nation with television, Sanford and Son did for African Americans. It is one of the two most noted and significant African American sitcoms since the invention of television.”

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The greatest sitcom ever