| Season 6, Episode 16 |
Number (#125) in series (133 episodes)
J.J. agrees to donate his blood for a needed transfusion for Sweet Daddy Williams in "Blood Will Tell" in Season 6.
|Tape date||January 18, 1978|
|Air date:||June 6, 1979|
|Network/Country:||CBS-TV / United States|
|Written by:||Anthony Bonaduce & Celia Bonaduce|
|Directed by:||Gerren Keith|
|IMDB||Blood Will Tell|
Bern Nadette Stanis
|Guest starring:||Theodore Wilson |
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Sweet Daddy Williams (Theodore Wilson) needs a blood transfusion and the only one who can help is J.J. In spite of his reluctance, Sweet Daddy's thugs grab J.J. from his apartment and take him to the hospital.
Thugs who work for Sweet Daddy come to get JJ by force. Sweet Daddy is very sick and needs a blood transfusion. Turns out JJ is the closest person who has the blood Sweet Daddy needs. In exchange, he promises to do something for JJ.
Local loan shark Sweet Daddy Williams (Teddy Wilson) sends out two thugs to "kidnap" J.J. (Jimmie Walker). Much to his surprise, J.J. ends up in a hospital room, where Sweet Daddy is in desperate need of a blood transfusion. Should J.J. get even for Sweet Daddy's past misdeeds and refuse to donate a pint of blood -- or should he accept the 1,000 dollars that the ailing crook is dangling in front of him? (Esther Rolle [Florida] does not appear in this episode.)