Next Episode of Diff'rent Strokes is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Diff'rent Strokes is a sitcom that centered around millionaire widower Phillip Drummond, his two black adopted sons Arnold and Willis, and daughter Kimberly. Later seasons saw Drummond remarry and bring a new child, Sam, into the family. The show lasted eight seasons on two networks.
Arnold is hospitalized and falls for a young white girl.
Arnold and Alice decide to run away together.
The cast of "Hello, Larry" visits the Drummonds.
Drummond's friend Larry auditions as a TV talk-show host in New York.
Eyebrows are raised when Mrs. Garrett gets involved with a younger man
Willis's explanation of the facts of life leads Arnold to think eating salmon causes pregnancy.
Willis and Kimberly write to Muhammad Ali and tell him that Arnold's last wish is to meet the champ.
As Drummond completes adoption legalities, Jethro L. Simpson shows up with a will leaving the boys a fortune.
Drummond drops adoption proceedings because of Jethro's faked proof of guardianship over Arnold and Willis.
Larry Moore is drawn into Willis's scheme to win a health club's father-son athletic competition
A misunderstanding turns the Adlers' visit into a family feud.
The misunderstanding threatens Drummond and Larry's friendship
A sixth-grade temptress flirts with Arnold to get close to her target---Willis
The boys' distrust of the law makes them hide a stolen watch they found.
Arnold may have been bitten by a rabid dog he saved from a car.
Drummond runs for city council; a new housekeeper arrives.
The boys visit a computer-dating service to get a mate for their father.
Convinced that Drummond is going bankrupt, Arnold and Willis rush to the welfare office to get $30 million.
A brownie business turns the household into a hotbed of labor disputes.
After a karate course, Arnold wants to challenge his archenemy to a fight.
Valentine's Day finds the boys reminiscing about their experiences as Drummond's "sons," including an encounter with Muhammad Ali.
Kimberly falls for a boy who turns out to be a bigot.
Classmates tease Arnold when Drummond starts dating the teacher.
Drummond's quiet dinner date with a friend is sabotaged by the kids' slumber party.
Arnold thinks everything he loves is leaving him after his goldfish dies and he finds Drummond's will.
Against Drummond's orders, Willis joins a gang and gets arrested for painting graffiti.
Mary Jo Catlett(Pearl Gallagher)
Dixie Carter(Maggie McKinney Drummond)
Charlotte Rae(Edna Garrett)
Gary Coleman(Arnold Jackson)
Danny Cooksey(Sam McKinney)
Mary Ann Mobley(Maggie McKinney Drummond)
Conrad Bain(Phillip Drummond)
Todd Bridges(Willis Jackson)
Dana Plato(Kimberly Drummond)
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