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(New page: In the "The Music Man" episode (04/06/82) of biracial sitcom ''Diff'rent Strokes'' (1978-1986), older brother Willis Drummond (Todd Bridges) has this funkish/R & B-ish band. He is audition...)
 
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In the "The Music Man" episode (04/06/82) of biracial sitcom ''Diff'rent Strokes'' (1978-1986), older brother Willis Drummond (Todd Bridges) has this funkish/R & B-ish band. He is auditioning singers, which pits his black girlfriend Charlene (Janet Jackson!) vs. his white stepsister Kimberly Drummond (Dana Plato). The solution? They both sing, in a horrible duet covering Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder's "Ebony and Ivory." I knew there was a curse on that show!
 
In the "The Music Man" episode (04/06/82) of biracial sitcom ''Diff'rent Strokes'' (1978-1986), older brother Willis Drummond (Todd Bridges) has this funkish/R & B-ish band. He is auditioning singers, which pits his black girlfriend Charlene (Janet Jackson!) vs. his white stepsister Kimberly Drummond (Dana Plato). The solution? They both sing, in a horrible duet covering Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder's "Ebony and Ivory." I knew there was a curse on that show!
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*[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0077003/ IMDb entry]

Revision as of 10:57, 17 April 2011

In the "The Music Man" episode (04/06/82) of biracial sitcom Diff'rent Strokes (1978-1986), older brother Willis Drummond (Todd Bridges) has this funkish/R & B-ish band. He is auditioning singers, which pits his black girlfriend Charlene (Janet Jackson!) vs. his white stepsister Kimberly Drummond (Dana Plato). The solution? They both sing, in a horrible duet covering Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder's "Ebony and Ivory." I knew there was a curse on that show!

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