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6:00AM

Unsung

Bobby Womack

He’s been called the Poet, the Preacher, and the last Soul Man. By whatever name, there’s never been anyone quite like Bobby Womack, who has lived a life filled with events that mirror the painful dramas of his classic songs. He grew up as the middle child among the talented Womack brothers, later re-named the Valentinos, where they forged success as a pop group under the tutelage of soul icon Sam Cooke. Bobby became Cooke’s protégé, a guitar-playing and songwriting prodigy who penned his first number one hit, ‘It’s All over Now’, as a teenager. But his budding career took a wild turn when, within months of Cooke’s shocking murder in 1964, the 21 year old married Sam’s widow, Barbara. He became a pariah among former fans, a target for violence by Cooke’s brothers, and was all but banned from the record industry. But talent persevered, and Womack emerged in the ‘70s and ‘80s as a singer-songwriter of uncommon range, penning soulful standards, from ‘That’s the Way I feel about Cha’ to ‘Across 100th Street,’ to ‘If You think You’re Lonely Now.’ Then an astonishing string of tragedies, including the death of Bobby’s brother Harry, and the loss of two of his sons, sent his life and career into a tailspin. Now, after five decades of making music, he’s a storied survivor, who tells it all – as only he can - in this riveting episode of ‘Unsung.’

7:00AM

News One Now (Roland Martin)

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8:00AM

The Jeffersons

A Friend in Need

The Jeffersons have moved on up and are now enjoying living in their new high-rise apartment. Louise has made a new friend in Diane Stockwell, who is having a hard time believing that George made his way up the ladder without doing anything shady. However, bigger problems are brewing when George insists that Louise hire a maid but Louise is totally against the idea.

8:30AM

The Jeffersons

The Good Life Is Bad for Louise (Louise Feels Useless)

Louise is having a hard time getting use to her new wealthy lifestyle and the boredom that comes along with it. She begins trying to talk George into letting her work in the store in the building but he is totally against it. This leads her to inadvertently get a job with another cleaning business and George hits the ceiling when he learns the news. That is until he begins thinking of using her position for sabotage.

9:00AM

The Jeffersons

George's Family Tree

The Willises give Louise and George a piece of primitive African art, as a housewarming gift, which leads to the discussion of family roots. George shows no interest in his family heritage that is until he discovers his family roots which reportedly are from an African tribe believed to be kings.

9:30AM

The Jeffersons

Lionel the Playboy

Lionel's new wealthy lifestyle begins to have an effect on him and a carefree attitude begins to be seen by his family. He stays out all night every night and begins to cut class. He soon begins to debate on whether or not to drop out of college, something that Louise, George and Jenny are adamantly against.

10:00AM

The Jeffersons

Mr. Piano Man

George refuses to participate in a tenants meeting until he learns the Mr. Whittendale will be there. George has hopes of doing business with the man. Meanwhile, George's want for a grand piano becomes a burden during the meeting when the piano that is delivered is obviously too large for their living room.

10:30AM

The Jeffersons

George's Skeleton

An old friend of George's, Monk Davis, drops in after learning of George's new found success. However, Monk has more on his mind than just a friendly visit. George finds himself being blackmailed by Monk who is holding the fact that George was one arrested for shoplifting when he was a kid over his head. Meanwhile, Louise becomes a plant and bird sitter when Mr. Bentley's latest girlfriend comes down with allergies.

11:00AM

The Jeffersons

Former Neighbors

George comes home one evening with news an important potential client is coming over for dinner. However, Louise has news too. Some old friends of the Jeffersons are coming over, friends who George is afraid will embarrass him in front of his pompous client.

11:30AM

The Jeffersons

Lionel Cries Uncle

Louise is expecting a visit from her Uncle Ward, a man who happens to be a butler. His job is what makes George and Lionel put him down, calling him an "Uncle Tom." Meanwhile, a fight at school prompts Lionel to get kicked out after he gives the principal a half peace sign.

12:00PM

The Jeffersons

Mother Jefferson's Boyfriend

Mother Jefferson has been dating a man named Herbert Russell and they have become quite serious, so serious that he has asked her to marry him. George learns of Mother Jefferson's intentions of marriage and is totally against the idea, thinking her fiance is after his money.

12:30PM

The Jeffersons

Meet the Press

Wanting publicity for his stores, George tries to get in on a reporter's series of stories on successful black businessmen. However, once he finally gets the reporter to make an appearance he finds it difficult to hold his attention, with the Willises and Mr. Bentley hanging around.

1:00PM

Sanford & Son

Fred's Treasure Garden

With Fred in St. Louis, Grady has been put in charge of taking care of his garden. Grady quickly notices a strange plant growing and assumes that it's wild parsley. However, Rollo is convinced it's marijuana and Lamont decides to turn it into the police. However, when Smitty and Hoppy arrive, the plants are gone but Grady has made dinner for everyone, a nice big salad for everyone.

1:30PM

Sanford & Son

Once a Thief

Lamont's friend Herman has just gotten out of prison and doesn't have a place to stay. So Lamont invites him to stay at the Sanford residence. However, when Grady learns that he's an ex-con, he nails down everything in the house. Meanwhile, Lamont finds Herman a job at Esther's hardware store and doesn't tell her that he has served time.

2:00PM

Sanford & Son

A Little Extra Security

Grady is getting too many Social Security checks in the mail and he is contemplating on whether or not he should be honest about reporting them or not. He finally decides the latter and keeps them, gambling them away in Las Vegas. Aunt Esther hits the ceiling when she learns of the situation and just then a phone call from the Social Security office comes into the Sanford residence.

2:30PM

Sanford & Son

There'll Be Some Changes

Fred's friends Julio and Ah Chew are getting on Fred's nerves and Lamont takes on the challenge of trying to change Fred's bigotry towards minorities. When Lamont fails, he decides to move out and in with Julio, something that unnerves Fred who doesn't seem to get use to the arrangement.

3:00PM

Sanford & Son

Going out of Business

The tax season has come and after an accountant goes through the books he finds that Fred and Lamont will end up owing the government. The accountant explains the situation and Lamont decides to go out and gets a job at a clothing store, so more money is coming into the household. Fred fears this may be the end of Sanford & Son Salvage.

3:30PM

Sanford & Son

O'l Brown Eyes

It's the 35th anniversary of Sanford & Son Salvage and Lamont has two gifts planned to give Fred. The first is a new window with the specially printed title of their business and the other is an expensive ring that everyone has chipped in to buy. However, when Fred runs across it, he becomes convinced that it was stolen from Frank Sinatra, after Frank's hotel room was ransacked by the Tip-Toe Bandit.

4:00PM

Sanford & Son

Matchmaker, Matchmaker

Lamont's Uncle George dies and in his will he gives Lamont $7,000 if he weds and has a child and names it after his uncle and he has a year to do all this. Lamont has decided not to get married any time soon but blinded by dollar signs, Fred sneaks down to a dating service to match Lamont up with an available woman. Lamont catches on to Fred's plan and makes up a plan of his own to intervene.

4:30PM

Sanford & Son

Grady and His Lady

Grady is bursting with news and breaks it to Fred and Lamont that he's engaged to a woman he met at J.C. Penny. However, Fred and Lamont are shocked to discover the "raging beauty" Grady raved about is not exactly a beauty queen. Fred soon finds Grady spending all his time with her and sets a plan into motion to break them up.

5:00PM

Sanford & Son

The Surprise Party

Fred returns from his extended trip to St. Louis and Lamont, Donna, Aunt Esther, Bubba, Rollo and Grady have planned a surprise party for his return. Fred no more than steps in the door and Aunt Esther and him are at each other's throats. However, the real problem comes when Fred does some eavesdropping on Lamont and Grady.

5:30PM

Sanford & Son

My Kingdom for a Horse

Fred makes a deal and buys a horse with a great racing history. Fred tries to get the animal to breed so that he can have a lot of money making champions hoofing and stomping around the place. However, there is just one problem Fred must overcome, the horse he bought is a gelding, which has Lamont saying "I told you so" to yet another one of Fred's moneymaking schemes.

6:00PM

Sanford & Son

Home Sweet Home

A Japanese land development company wants to buy out the neighborhood with plans to build a brewery in the area. Fred, holding out gets bitten by greed. Fred's greed is disguised as a "heartwarming" sentimentality and he's using it to squeeze as much money as he can get out of the developer.

6:30PM

Sanford & Son

Sanford & Niece

Fred has a romantic night planned with Donna but Aunt Esther drops in at the last moment with some news, her niece, Elizabeth is in town and she wants Fred to have her stay with him. Fred is against the idea at first but when he takes one look at her he agrees, she is the spitting image of his late-wife, Elizabeth. However, there is another problem. Elizabeth is planning to move into an apartment in town and she will have two roommates, one female and the other male.

7:00PM

Sanford & Son

Strange Bedfellows

Lamont's politically involved girlfriend stresses involvement in the community's problems. This leads Lamont to phone into a radio talk show to express his views. Positive reaction leads to Lamont deciding to run for state assembly. But Fred soon finds out that this means that Lamont may move to Sacramento and leave the junk business.

7:30PM

Sanford & Son

Julio and Sister and Nephew

Julio's sister and nephew, Carlotta and Roberta, are coming for a visit and Julio has a problem, they are allergic to his pet goat, Chico. Thus, Julio asks Fred and Lamont if it would be okay for them to stay with them. Against the idea at first, Fred quickly softens to them and becomes involved with a problem that Roberto is dealing with at school.

8:00PM

Unsung

Kelly Price

9:00PM

Donnie After Dark

Donnie After Dark

10:00PM

Unsung

Kelly Price

11:00PM

Donnie After Dark

Donnie After Dark

12:00AM

Unsung

Kelly Price

1:00AM

Donnie After Dark

Donnie After Dark

2:00AM

Unsung

Chante Moore

Chanté Moore made a name for herself first singing backup for Toni Braxton, with whom she shares sultry good looks and a way with a ballad. Chanté has since expanded her career by joining the reality series R&B Divas LA along with Michel’le, Lil Mo, Leela James, Brave Williams and Stacey Francis, while battling personal issues, which she bares for Unsung.

3:00AM

Celebrity Crime Files

Scott La Rock

Along with KRS-One and D-Nice, La Rock became a founding member of Boogie Down Productions. Their 1987 debut album, Criminal Minded, is considered an all time classic hip-hop record. But also by 1987, things would change. Scott would be killed just days before he would finally accomplish his dream of international stardom. Was La Rock the target or an unfortunate casualty? The crime remains unsolved to this day.

4:00AM

Celebrity Crime Files

Lorenzen Wright

On July 18, 2009, Lorenzen Wright, a celebrated NBA player with the Cleveland Cavalier's and 13 years playing professionally, allegedly made a distressed call to Memphis 911; a scream followed by the sound of rapid gunfire was all that was heard. . In an epic case of investigation and recreation, Celebrity Crime Files will use all available information, as well as expert analysis to understand the events of that fateful day and the exact moment that Lorenzen Wright lost his life in a hail of bullets.