Lamont's birthday is coming, and Fred doesn't know what to get him as a present, until Bubba informs him he can get tickets for he, Fred, and Grady to go to a taping of the game show "Wheel and Deal" (a spoof of "Let's Make a Deal"). Fred is also taxed by Lamont to bring decorations, food and alcohol for the party he plans to have, but when it's party time, he and all the stuff was nowhere to be found as he is off to the game show. While there, Fred ends up trading away a new convertible, but winds up with a new color TV. The host offers one more trade, which Fred accepts...by way of walking down to the stage, ripping down the curtain and taking the prize out of the studio; a brand new gold watch. Meanwhile at Lamont's party, things start off slow, but with the help of the radio, everyone starts dancing, then the lights go out and when they come back on, Fred and the gang have joined them, and officially the party is broken up. Lamont is now so incensed at Fred for ruining his party ...
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Fred G. Sanford
[Fred wearing a gorilla suit, standing next to Aunt Esther
Don't we make a nice couple: King Kong and the Bride of Frankenstein?
References King Kong