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A Different World

Season 4 Episode 23

If I Should Die Before I Wake

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Aired Unknown Apr 11, 1991 on NBC
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Whitley tries to decide whether she should take her relationship with Dwayne to the next level.

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    Jasmine Guy

    Jasmine Guy

    Whitley Marion Gilbert-Wayne (episodes 1 - 21, 23 - 144)

    Kadeem Hardison

    Kadeem Hardison

    Dwayne Cleophus Wayne (episodes 1 - 21, 23 - 144)

    Dawnn Lewis

    Dawnn Lewis

    Jaleesa Vinson-Taylor (seasons 1 - 5)

    Charnele Brown

    Charnele Brown

    Kimberly Reese (seasons 2 - 6)

    Cree Summer

    Cree Summer

    Winifred "Freddie" Brooks (seasons 2 - 6)

    Lou Myers

    Lou Myers

    Vernon Gaines (seasons 3 - 6, recurring previously)

    Whoopi Goldberg

    Whoopi Goldberg

    Professor Jordan

    Guest Star

    Tisha Campbell

    Tisha Campbell

    Josie Webb

    Guest Star

    Ajai Sanders

    Ajai Sanders

    Gina Deveaux

    Recurring Role

    Cory Tyler

    Cory Tyler

    Terrence Johann Taylor

    Recurring Role

    Andrew Lowery

    Andrew Lowery

    Matthew

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      • Why was Whitley taking this speech class? She remianed at Hillman for a fifth year so that she could take some business courses. Presumably, she had already met her other requirements which should have included a speech class. Did she just elect to take an additional class to be with Dwayne and her other friends?

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      • In the original broadcast airing of this episode, executive producer Bill Cosby introduced the episode, urging parents to watch it with their children and discuss the topics raised. Co-executive producer Susan Fales later said that the program endured major advertising losses following this episode's debut.

      • This episode was dedicated to Darryl Tribble, who died of AIDS prior to this episode. He was an extra on the series (with a speaking role in Breaking Up Is Hard to Do), and a dancer on Fame.

      • For her work in this episode, Whoopi Goldberg was nominated for an Emmy as Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy.

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