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Season 4 Episode 2

The Drop-Ins (2)

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Aired Unknown Sep 11, 1978 on ABC
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The Drop-Ins (2)
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With Barbarino now an orderly at a hospital, the Sweathogs try to get jobs there, too. Meanwhile, Kotter tries to get the gang to return to school.

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    Marian Collier

    Marian Collier

    Nurse Baker

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    John Travolta

    John Travolta

    Vinnie Barbarino

    Recurring Role

    Charles Fleischer

    Charles Fleischer

    Carvelli

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    Bob Harcum

    Bob Harcum

    Murray

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      • Freddie : Check it out, Mr. Kotter, we decided to give you one more chance.
        Vinnie: Yeah, but this is your last chance. Cause if we're still stupid next year, forget it.

      • Vinnie: Why do you even want this job?
        Freddie: To make a lot of cash money!
        Vinnie: I make $68.50 a week and $10 of that goes to Uncle Sam.
        Arnold: Oh, sure, you get your uncle a job here, but not your friends?

      • Arnold: (after finding out Freddie's middle name) Percy? Do you mean to tell me that for the last three years I have allowed myself to be pushed around by a Percy?
        Freddie: It's a lot better than being killed by one, huh?
        Arnold: Oh... this is true.

      • Arnold: (filling out the job application) 'Have you had any nursing experience?' No, I was a bottle baby.

      • Gabe: Vinnie, I gotta talk to you.
        Vinnie: What about?
        Gabe: About quittin' school.
        Vinnie: Aw, gee, Mr. Kotter you think it's the right decision?

      • Freddie: (seeing Vinnie in his orderly uniform) Vinnie Barbarino, you lookin' good! Gimme a double dip of pistachio.
        Arnold: Vinnie, you look just like a regular doctor!
        Juan: He ought to, he's been playin' doctor since the sixth grade!

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