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Old 01-13-2008, 03:23 AM   #31
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BET reran one episode of Sanford Arms while it was rerunning Sanford. That is how I finally saw this and satisfied my curiosity. No need to see that one again!

Really? I recorded like 4 of them.
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Old 01-13-2008, 03:24 AM   #32
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Matt don't pay him any attention, he is kind of special-lol BET ran Sanford in 1994 so his question to you was defintely weird

Yeah, what was I thinking. That's so looooooooong ago. You act like it ran in 1904.
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Old 01-13-2008, 02:40 PM   #33
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Yeah, what was I thinking. That's so looooooooong ago. You act like it ran in 1904.


I dont see why this is even a discussion because both shows are out in the trading community and complete. There are 4 eps of Sanford arms and 26 eps of sanford so even if I didn't record them they are AVAIABLE!!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-15-2008, 07:56 PM   #34
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ok, there may be 4 episodes, but I just remember seeing 1 episode. Not saying you're wrong
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Old 02-27-2008, 06:39 AM   #35
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Sanford is coming back to BET starting March 1st. A marathon of every episode back to back will also be aired. Check the sitcoms online blog.
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Sanford is coming back to BET starting March 1st. A marathon of every episode back to back will also be aired. Check the sitcoms online blog.

That's Old News
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Old 02-27-2008, 10:20 PM   #37
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Default Sanford, Sanford Arms and Grady

Thought I would weigh in here since I put these on dvd and I would assume most sets out there are ones I originally did from vhs.

BET RAN 4 eps of Sanford Arms, they are in ok quality, except the first ep which is I had to piece together from 2 different vhs sources. Honestly, I am not sure the other Sanford Arms eps actually exist, does anyone know for sure if they went into production?


I would bet there is a good chance during this next run of Sanford that BET will throw the Sanford Arms eps in.

As for Grady, there are 3 eps in circulation: 1. Is a Sanford & Son ep that is known as the Grady pilot. 2. is the ep Redd Foxx made a guest appearance in and 3. is the TV Land driving school ep.

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Thought I would weigh in here since I put these on dvd and I would assume most sets out there are ones I originally did from vhs.

BET RAN 4 eps of Sanford Arms, they are in ok quality, except the first ep which is I had to piece together from 2 different vhs sources. Honestly, I am not sure the other Sanford Arms eps actually exist, does anyone know for sure if they went into production?


I would bet there is a good chance during this next run of Sanford that BET will throw the Sanford Arms eps in.

As for Grady, there are 3 eps in circulation: 1. Is a Sanford & Son ep that is known as the Grady pilot. 2. is the ep Redd Foxx made a guest appearance in and 3. is the TV Land driving school ep.

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There are only 2 eps of Grady in circulation. If the Grady pilot is a Sanford and Son ep with S&S opening credits why do so many traders consider that a Grady ep? So if that's the case I have 1 ep of Checking In, the Pilot ep which was a Jeffersons set up episode
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I consider it a Grady ep as it sets up all of the characters for the Grady spinoff, when I watch it, I watch it with the other Grady eps.

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I consider it a Grady ep as it sets up all of the characters for the Grady spinoff, when I watch it, I watch it with the other Grady eps.

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Tom you are my man but it's not a Grady ep-lol
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Solomon,
I agree it is technically a S&S ep, I just put it in my dvd set that way for purposes of watching it!

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I agree it is technically a S&S ep, I just put it in my dvd set that way for purposes of watching it!

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Well since you have the Grady Opening Credits, you can replace the S&S opening with the Grady theme for that Pilot ep
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Why is BET starting off Sanford with "In the Still of the Night", the 4th episode (according to tvguide.com)? You really need to see "The Meeting", which lays the groundwork. On BET's schedule, it's listed as "Sandford", which means that's probably the same person who made the decision on which order to air them in....some clueless person.
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Why is BET starting off Sanford with "In the Still of the Night", the 4th episode (according to tvguide.com)? You really need to see "The Meeting", which lays the groundwork. On BET's schedule, it's listed as "Sandford", which means that's probably the same person who made the decision on which order to air them in....some clueless person.

Well to make up for it, BET will add a marathon of Sanford next Saturday from 10am to 11pm and it will be all 26 eps. Greg we can now remove SANFORD from our Trade list-lol It no longer has the same appeal it had 7 years ago now that it's on Cable again
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I was transferring the episodes from my DVR and was surprised that each episode ran OVER 22 minutes (I know they are still cut) but the episodes ran almost 22 1/2 minutes long. The sitcom reruns on TVLand have been cut from 22 to 21 minutes now (in fact 20:53 is the shortest episode I've seen on TV land). So that was a pleasant surprise to me.
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