A Different World

Season 6 Episode 3

Interior Desecration (a.k.a. Sofa, So Good)

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Aired Unknown Oct 08, 1992 on NBC
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Interior Desecration (a.k.a. Sofa, So Good)
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Ron and Freddie fight their growing attraction, while Dwayne and Whitley bicker about decorating their apartment.

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Jasmine Guy

Jasmine Guy

Whitley Gilbert-Wayne

Kadeem Hardison

Kadeem Hardison

Dwayne Wayne

Charnele Brown

Charnele Brown

Kimberly Reese

Cree Summer

Cree Summer

Winifred "Freddie" Brooks

Lou Myers

Lou Myers

Vernon Gaines

Jada Pinkett Smith

Jada Pinkett Smith

Lena James

Josephine Premice

Josephine Premice

Desiree Porter

Recurring Role

Gary Dourdan

Gary Dourdan

Shazza Zulu

Recurring Role

Bumper Robinson

Bumper Robinson

Dorian Heywood

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  • TRIVIA (4)

    • Josephine Premice, who plays the landlady in this episode, also played Whitley's boss, Ms. Abernathy, in season 4.

    • When did Dwayne have the opportunity to separately buy a sofa? When he attends the wedding, he and Ron are still living in their apartment, and they had only a love seat in their living room.

    • Towards the end of the episode, when Dwayne is talking to Mr. Gaines, watch Dwayne's backpack. As the camera shifts from Dwayne to Mr. Gaines, the backpack is on his shoulder, then disappears, then re-appears again in a matter of seconds!

    • The beer can airplane that appears is the same one that can be seen in Quincy Tolleson's room in the third season episode, "The Hat Makes the Man".

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Dwayne: Whitley, listen to me. I'm not going to spend another night like last night, ok? I can live without furniture, I can't live without you. You're my wife and I love you. Let's go work this thing out. Come on.

    • Mr. Gaines: If there's one thing I've learned, it's that marriage is all about compromise. Velma gets what she wants, and I compromise.

    • Landlord: So. There I was on the front lawn, when I was almost annihilated by this flying object. I can only conclude that the lamp decided to kill itself!

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