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Diff'rent Strokes

Season 4 Episode 17

Crime Story (Part 1) (a.k.a.) Crime in the Schools

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Aired Unknown Mar 11, 1982 on NBC
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Crime Story (Part 1) (a.k.a.) Crime in the Schools
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Arnold and his friend Dudley are scared to death by two teenage bullies who pose the intimidating demand "your lunch money or your life."

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  • This was the episode where Armolsd and Dudley were haeassed by two older bullies. When Willis tried to defend them, he got beat up.

    7.9
    A good episode but the situation could've been handled alot better. First, not many schools allowed their students to leave the school during lunch because of responsibility issues, but we'll put that aside. Second, if Arnold and Dudley's principal knew those kids and the situation, he either could've told the principal of their school and he wiouldn't let them leave, or he at least could've wemt out and scared them away, or even call the police. Third, Willis should've been smart enough to bring some friends to back him up, considering there were two of those punks and they were bigger than Willis. In a nutshell, this would never happen in reality.moreless
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)

Shannon Presby

Shannon Presby

Eddie

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Sal Lopez

Sal Lopez

Roberto

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Brad Trumbull

Brad Trumbull

Detective Simpson

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Shavar Ross

Shavar Ross

Dudley Ramsey

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