Diff'rent Strokes

Season 2 Episode 26

The Squealer

Aired Unknown Mar 26, 1980 on NBC

Episode Fan Reviews (2)

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  • well, jessejimmy, i disagree with you. This episode was sickness, so shut your blowhole.

    Episode was good because normally Mr Drummond is too nice. In this episode he cracks it. Also, jessejimmy down there thinks that it sucks because it's not realistic. Newsflash: TV ain't realistic! None of it, so if you don't have anything good to say, don't say anything. I'm just trying to use up my words, so I'm going to keep talking about the episode. This shows Willis' dark side. He's even a jerk to Arnold, and how could you get mad at someone like that? Jimmy being in there's cool, and it's funny that Arnold kept zingin' 'em. Go Coleman!
  • a good episode but not one of the best storylines. there wasn\\\'t much sense of reality behind it.

    first off, not many big city gangs, especially in new york, have members who are white. second, willis had a desire to join and the gang were eager to take him. it would have made a better story line if he were forced to join. third, how would the police know in advance about their so-called d-day. many street gangs, even in the early 1980s, were into much bigger than spray painting their school. fourth, if willis\\\'s friend jimmy cracked like he did to the sargeant, he wouldn\\\'t get home alive, finally, the gang wouldn\\\'t have a chance if they fought a rival gang, which, by the way, was not mentioned in the episode. could\\\'ve come up with a better script
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