Diff'rent Strokes

Season 3 Episode 2

The Bank Job (2)

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Aired Unknown Nov 12, 1980 on NBC
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The Bank Job (2)
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Drummond offers himself and his company airplane as hostages to protect Arnold and Willis, but his sons' future hangs in the balance when the robbers announce their own very different choice of hostages, in the conclusion of a special two-part story.

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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)

    Michael Cavanaugh

    Michael Cavanaugh

    Woody

    Guest Star

    Jesse D. Goins

    Jesse D. Goins

    Thomas

    Guest Star

    Dick O'Neill

    Dick O'Neill

    Captain Burns

    Guest Star

    Kim Fields

    Kim Fields

    Dorothy "Tootie" Ramsey

    Recurring Role

    John Starr

    John Starr

    Male Teller

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      • Willis: The only Spanish I know is Erik Estrada.

      • Woody: I've been in the slammer one too many times. Once more, they'll retire my number.

      • Mr. Gibson: I bring you something, Arnold. (gives him a present)
        Kimberly: Wow, open it Arnold.
        Willis: Yeah, let's see what's inside.
        (Arnold opens it)
        Kimberly: A toaster!
        Willis: Just what you wanted.
        Arnold: A toaster?
        Philip: What is it, don't you like the toaster?
        Arnold: That's not what I expected.
        Mr. Gibson: Pull the lever, Arnold.
        (He pulls out an envelope)
        Arnold: Oh, what is this, $400!
        Philip: Great, Arnold!
        Arnold: This is the very bread I like.

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