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Diff'rent Strokes (1978) - Season 1

Diff'rent Strokes (1978) - Season 1

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About $4,000.
Abracadabra, abracadabra. It is gone.
All I got to do is look in the mirror.
All right, boys, you can run up to your room and listen to your classical records.
And I want you to feel free to call me, should the need arise.
And make important decisions.
And now, ladies and gentlemen, you're about to be entertained
And sometimes, I ain't so sure about you.
And then you put it in your mouthie poo.
And then you stick it in the eggie poo,
And you are welcome to use it any time you want.
And you can be a perfectionist,
And you can be very demanding.
And you make a wonderful father.
Arnold, do you miss seeing other black children your age?
Besides, look at what they've got here.
But Arnold and me ain't gonna take no charity.
But he didn't say one word about us staying.
By the world's greatest magician, the great Drummondo.
Children, just a minute. I want you to take my card.
Come in. Come in.
Come on, I want to show you your room and my hot tub.
Come on, Mr. Drummond, cheer up. Eat your breakfast.
Come on. Arnold took it. That ain't no trick.
Come, little brother.
Come, little brother.
Confidentially, this place would make the greatest garage sale in history.
Do we get time off for good behavior?
Except for me.
Family fun time? What channel is that on?
Far out, man.
Get Kimberly, and I'm gonna tell you both what I'm going to do.
Have you ever lived in a non black neighborhood before?
He said, "Black children belong with black families."
He sure can put on a good act.
Here come the clowns!
How can I eat?
How much bread did you lay out for this washtub?
I can't wait to get rid of these dumb braces.
I could use some.
I have here in my hand a $10 bill.
I know you like the Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies.
I only asked for one thing.
I still can't understand why the boys want to leave.
I was standing right up there and looking down on your bald spot
I'm gonna make the $10 bill disappear.
I'm telling you, these kids are living in the lap of luxury.
I'm tired of making sparks with my fork.
I've got a terrific way to surprise the boys tonight.
If we help you fence it, we get half.
In other words, you don't know what killed them.
It was a pleasure meeting you, Ms. Aimsly.
It's easy. You take your little forkie poo,
It's worth every cent.
Just once.
Just tell me one thing that I did wrong.
Look, Mr. Drummond, you done a nice thing promising Mama you'd take care of us,
Misunderstandings do occur
My, we're in an especially good mood this evening.
No wonder you got tension.
No, I mean you're gonna have to work for it.
No, ma'am. If I miss seeing a black kid my age,
Now, boys, I'm strict, too. I always tell you right from wrong.
Now, that's what I call an excellent meal.
Oh, and wrong from right.
Oh, hey, I am not offering charity.
Oh, leave that for now, Mrs. Garrett, it's family fun time.
Oh, we won't be needing anything.
Oh, yeah.
Perhaps Peter and the Wolf.
Please, be seated.
So much for the great Drummondo.
So you boys are really happy living here?
Soak away your troubles,
Thank you.
That front door is always open any time I want to leave
That makes me sickie poo.
That's an old Drummond tradition.
The trick is to get the $10 back from Arnold.
There's only two people we can trust, and that's you and me.
This is a hot tub.
This is a tough world we live in, Willis.
Those are our favorites.
To have a place where you can think about life and reflect.
To our room. Come on, Arnold.
Wait, that was the bad news. Now, for the good news.
We all get together after dinner and we have fun entertaining each other.
We can never be too careful in these cases.
We even got a phone in the car.
Well, I guess that's all the questions that I have for the boys.
Well, sometimes, you're a little overbearing,
Well, they lived a very long time ago.
Well, you don't want to miss family fun time.
Well, you're very kind and loving.
What killed them?
What's a garage sale?
When anything's bothering me, I just slip into the tub and it eases away my tension.
When our landlord in Harlem painted our building white.
Which half did I get this time?
Which in some countries is worth as much as 65 cents.
Whichever we happen to get involved in first.
Willis, I ain't going in this ocean without no lifeguard.
Willis, where are you going?
Willis, you going in that thing?
Yeah. And if you don't have anything to do yourself sometime,
Yeah. Them fairies are something else.
Yes, it is.
Yes. They went out and bought pizza and beans.
You better check your smeller, fella.
You boys are going to love it.
You can give us a buzz.
You can tell your computer to go suck a lemon
You mean we gotta pay for our eats?
You really think so?
You stole a tub?
You'll get no free lunch here.
You're gonna have to go to school, study hard, and become solid citizens.
You've still given me a good idea.
Young man, what have you been told about hiding and jumping out at people?
Young man, would you please be my assistant?
"What's a garage sale?" Now, that's what I call rich.