Diff'rent Strokes

Season 3 Episode 16

Where There's Hope

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Aired Unknown Mar 04, 1981 on NBC
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Where There's Hope
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Arnold's tenth birthday party means a lot to him, but for some reason it means a whole lot more to the one person he's determined won't be invited -- a pesky young lady who always tries just too hard to be friends.

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  • I think Monika Furniss could have been used in more episodes

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    She is such a cute girl, and would have made a better nemesis for Arnold rather than Lisa. Then again, Lisa was not obnoxious in real life
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)

Monika Furness

Monika Furness

Susie Moore

Guest Star

Bradford English

Bradford English

Mr. Moore

Guest Star

Pat Finley

Pat Finley

Mrs. Moore

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Shavar Ross

Shavar Ross

Dudley Johnson

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    • Philip: I once read a book by a man named Norman Cousins. He suffered a very serious sickness. The doctors didn't think he'd make it. But he did something, he laughed.
      Kimberly: Laughed?
      Arnold: You mean he cracked up when he saw the doctor bill?
      Philip: No, I mean he laughed and he felt better, so he started looking for more stuff to make him laugh, old movies, funny books, anything he could get his hands on. And he fooled the doctors, he got well again.
      Arnold: I've heard of laughing yourself sick, but I've never heard of laughing yourself well.

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