Diff'rent Strokes

Season 1 Episode 7

The Trial

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Aired Unknown Dec 15, 1978 on NBC
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When Arnold is in trouble for putting his goldfish in Mr. Drummond's hot tub, Willis insists that it is wrong to convict him without a trial. The whole family, with Mrs. Garrett as judge, comes up with an important verdict.

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    Gary Coleman

    Gary Coleman

    Arnold Jackson

    Charlotte Rae

    Charlotte Rae

    Mrs. Edna Garrett (1978-1979)

    Conrad Bain

    Conrad Bain

    Philip Drummond

    Todd Bridges

    Todd Bridges

    Willis Jackson

    Dana Plato

    Dana Plato

    Kimberly Drummond (1978-1984)

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      • Willis: Arnold, will you be quiet. Mr. Drummond is trying to brainwash me on the legal system.
        Arnold: You don't have a brain to wash!

      • Mrs. Garrett: (during Arnold's trial) Arnold, do you swear to tell the truth?
        Arnold: I've been swearing for the last two hours, ain't done me no good.

      • Willis: I'm just going to ask you one time. Did you put Abraham into the hot tub?
        Arnold: No, I am innocent, not guilty and get the picture?

      • Philip: What was that noise?
        Mrs. Garrett: You know that unbreakable cookie jar?
        Philip: Yes.
        Mrs. Garrett: It's breakable.
        Philip: Arnold, 1, were you getting a cookie? And 2, didn't I already tell you to wait until after dinner?
        Arnold: 1, I don't remember, and if you don't believe that, there's no reason to go into 2.

      • Mrs. Garrett: Arnold, what're you doing?
        Arnold: Hmmm nothing. Just sitting here waiting for dinner and keeping out of trouble.
        Philip: Arnold!
        Mrs. Garrett: Congratulations, you stayed out of trouble a whole five seconds.

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