Diff'rent Strokes

Season 2 Episode 2

Arnold's Girlfriend (Ep# 0203)

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Aired Unknown Sep 21, 1979 on NBC
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Arnold's Girlfriend (Ep# 0203)
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Arnold's life is endangered when the kids find out they can't share a room in the hospital and run away on the eve of Arnold's surgery.

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    Gary Coleman

    Gary Coleman

    Arnold Jackson

    Conrad Bain

    Conrad Bain

    Philip Drummond

    Todd Bridges

    Todd Bridges

    Willis Jackson

    Dana Plato

    Dana Plato

    Kimberly Drummond (1978-1984)

    Charlotte Rae

    Charlotte Rae

    Mrs. Edna Garrett (1978-1979)

    Dabney Coleman

    Dabney Coleman

    Fred Tanner

    Guest Star

    Rachel Jacobs

    Rachel Jacobs

    Alice Tanner

    Guest Star

    Kip King

    Kip King

    Dr. Padnick

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      • Tanner: (after Philip calls him a bigot) Boy, you really like to throw that word around, don't you? Well, it just so happens that I've done a lot of business with blacks! I even...I even had one in my home once.
        Mrs. Garrett: Was it a maid or a butler?
        Tanner: Was that supposed to be sarcastic?
        Mrs. Garrett: If it isn't, I said it wrong.

      • Kimberly: (about Mr. Tanner) What a terrible man. I never met anyone like him!
        Willis: That's because you've never been black.
        Kimberly: I don't understand. Why is a person's color such a big deal to some people?
        Willis: Sometimes I think that if the whole world was the same color, some people would still find something to hate each other for.

      • Philip: Well, Arnold, how's your appetite?
        Mrs. Garrett: Come on, Arnold. Just take a little more.
        Arnold: It's not fair! Alice had her tonsils out, and she gets ice cream. I had my old appendix out, and I get custard that tastes like an Air Mail stamp.
        Willis: We'll make it up to you. Next week, you can get your tonsils out.

      • Arnold: "Will the red nurse and the purple nurse and the polka-dotted nurse put this guy on a table? And incase he needs the last rites, send in the blue nun!"

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