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"The Big Move {aka "The Unhappy Move"): Part 1"
Season 4, Episode 1
Number (#62) in series (133 episodes)
Tape date July 15, 1976
Air date: September 22, 1976
Network/Country: CBS
Written by: Austin Kalish and Irma Kalish
Directed by: Gerren Keith
Production code: 401 (401a)
IMDB The Big Move {aka "The Unhappy Move"): Part 1
Cast Information
Starring: Esther Rolle
Jimmie Walker
Ja'net Dubois
Bern Nadette Stanis
Ralph Carter
Johnny Brown
Guest starring: Rose Marie Cooper
Kimberlee Nickerson
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The Big Move: Part 1 is the first episode of Season 4 and the sixty-second episode overall. It is one-half of an episode. Co-written by Austin Kalish and Irma Kalish, the episode originally aired on CBS-TV on September 22, 1976.

SynopsisEdit

The Evanses are moving to Mississippi to be with James, who has a great new job. Their joy quickly turns to sorrow when they receive a telegram during their going-away party informing them of James' death.

Episode summaryEdit

With James getting a better job in Mississippi, the Evan's family begins to pack up their things in preparation for their big move. Meanwhile, Michael falls in love for the first time and is reluctant to leave Chicago.

StorylineEdit

The Evanses prepare for a big move to Mississippi after James finds a better paying job down south. However, Michael doesn't want to leave due to the fact that he has fallen in love for the first time. He later changes his mind, but in the middle of the family's going away party the family receives some very heartbreaking news that will change them forever.

Recurring cast/Guest starringEdit

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