A Different World

Season 6 Episode 7

The Little Mister

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Aired Unknown Oct 29, 1992 on NBC
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During their Halloween party, a drunken Dwayne responds sarcastically when Whitley and friends discuss women's rights and the "Year of the Woman." He falls asleep on the couch after the party, and dreams that all of the candidates in the upcoming presidential election are women (including incumbent Georgia Mush and eccentric Texas billionaire Rose Godot, who can't decide whether or not she is in the race). Whitley is the philandering Jill Blinton, who frustrates husband Hilliard (Dwayne) with her lying and infidelity. Hilliard agonizes over the fact that no one--including his own wife--has any respect for his opinions. Dwayne wakes up and apologizes to Whitley for his sexist comments.moreless

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    Cree Summer

    Cree Summer

    Winifred "Freddie" Brooks

    Glynn Turman

    Glynn Turman

    Col. Bradford Taylor

    Lou Myers

    Lou Myers

    Vernon Gaines

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    Matthew Dickens

    Matthew Dickens

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    Marishka Phillips

    Marishka Phillips

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    Bumper Robinson

    Bumper Robinson

    Dorian Heywood

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    Patrick Y. Malone

    Patrick Y. Malone

    Terrell Walker

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      • In the first scene that takes place in Jill's governor's mansion, Jill pretends to play her alto saxophone without a neck strap. (Most saxophone players, especially those not playing a soprano saxophone, use a neck strap.) As she is sitting down on a block after a brief arguement with Hilliard, Jill has a neck strap around her neck. When Jill says "I'm the candidate, Jill Blinton," the neck strap disappears for the rest of the scene. Then again, it is a dream sequence...

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      • Because much of this episode takes place in Dwayne's dream, Jasmine Guy is allowed to show off her singing talent. Whitley was shown to be a good singer early in the series, but usually sang horribly for comic effect in later seasons.

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