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.
In this take-off on Ghostbusters, Arnold and Sam explore a haunted house.
Arnold and his pals think they have the solution to contemptible classmate Lisa: they'll doctor her science experiment.
When news of Sam's bed-wetting gets out, the family goes overboard to make him feel wanted, leaving Arnold feeling neglected.
Willis's involvement with a new girlfriend puts him smack in the middle of a drug bust at school.
Arnold's strike against the school dress code loses support when the strikers are threatened with suspension.
Sam's father, a singer, shows up and hopes Sam will go live with him.
The school bully faces a challenge from tough new student Carmella
Arnold gets a crash course in free enterprise after a rift with Sam puts the boys in competition as bug-spray salesmen.
As judge of his school's student court, Arnold must choose between his friend and his girlfriend
An episode about an Olympic hopeful, disabled in an accident, who could use encouragement features members of the 1984 Olympic gymnastic team.
Sam's sore throat may get him out of school, but fails to get him out of a tonsillectomy.
Arnold can't deliver on his promise to get a celebrity for his school's charity night so he turns to Carmella for help.
As the coach of Sam's Little League team, Drummond suffers the agony of defeat---and the cold shoulder from Sam
Sam's favorite TV show is cancelled to make room for Maggie's exercise program.
Sam's view of the elderly becomes distorted after a cranky senior citizen refuses to team with him on a project.
Maggie and Sam surprise Mr. Drummond for his birthday by having Kimberly return from France to visit him. She brings a present of her own, the Drummond family tree, but the happiness turns to sadness when Mr. Drummond realizes that he is the last person to carry on the Drummond name. Arnold comes up with a solution; he and Willis will have their names legally changed to "Drummond," which makes Mr. Drummond happy, but Willis has second thoughts.
Sam innocently invites a female friend to sleep over.
Arnold's rocket---containing a camera and Sam's pet mouse---crashes into the Russian Embassy.
Arnold finds himself on the hot seat after he succumbs to pressure to drink with the guys.
Sam's dad tags along on a camping trip designed to bring Drummond and Sam closer together.
Arnold's friends start hanging out with cheerleaders, but Arnold's got his eye on a plain girl, which, he learns, makes him a nobody.
Drummond goes to work at one of his factories to prove he's in touch with his workers, but things go awry when the family tries to live on his paycheck.
Arnold gets mugged but suppresses the experience until a policeman offering safety tips unlocks his trauma.
Arnold and Sam are so shaken by a friend's epileptic seizure that they're afraid to be around her again.
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