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"Diff'rent Strokes: The Bicycle Man" (1983)

In my review of the “Fonzie’s Blindness” episode of Happy Days, I described it as “like reaching into a bag of gumdrops and pulling out a clove of garlic.” A lot of sitcom Very Special Episodes fall under that description–startling, unpleasant, and you know they don’t belong there. 1,667 more words

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A Naughty Look

Doodle of a little Egyptian boy with his toy soldiers, looking either mischievous or annoyed with his elders. This was inspired by a photo of the (now deceased) child actor Gary Coleman, which a Facebook comrade of mine was using as his profile pic. 17 more words

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Avenue Q at The Mayflower Theatre

Words by Katie Dancey

Avenue Q is often described as a grown-up version of Sesame Street and I can’t think of a more apt description. Instead of the street that taught us our ABCs, we have Avenue Q – a street that teaches us what the internet is really for and that it’s ok to be gay. 429 more words

The Arts

Game of Thrones Season 6 Spoiler!

A lot of things happened on last night’s “Game of Thrones”, but no revelation was as earth-shattering as this one:

TV Theme Friday: 'Diff'rent Strokes'

“Now, the world don’t move to the beat of just one drum, what might be right for you, may not be right for some.”

Thus opens “a very special episode” on TV Theme Friday! 117 more words

Music

Diffrent Strokes Star Pays Tribute to Nancy Reagan

Actor Todd Bridges says the episode of the 1980s sitcom Diff’rent Strokes featuring then-First Lady Nancy Reagan helped him when he hit rock-bottom.

In an interview with the… 215 more words

I don’t hurt or want for visibility, but people seem to forget pretty easily. – Gary Coleman http://dlvr.it/Kfpty5

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