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'''''Diff'rent Strokes''''', 3 Kasım 1978'den 4 Mayıs 1985'e kadar [[NBC]] kanalında, 27 Eylül 1985'ten 7 Mart 1986'ya kadar [[American Broadcasting Company|ABC]] kanalında yayınlanan ABD yapımı [[durum komedisi]] (sitcom) dizisi. Dizide [[Gary Coleman]] ve [[Todd Bridges]], zengin dul iş adamı Phillip Drummond ([[Conrad Bain]]) ve kızı Kimberly ([[Dana Plato]]) tarafından dolandırılan ve [[Harlem]]'li [[Afrikalı Amerikalılar|Afrikalı Amerikalı]] Arnold ve Willis Jackson karakterinikarakterlerini canlandırırlar.<ref>{{cite news |başlık=Diff'rent Strokes: Complete First Season|eser=DVD Talk|url=https://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/12268/diffrent-strokes-complete-first-season/|erişimtarihi=16 Ağustos 2010}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|başlık=Diff'rent Strokes: The Complete Second Season|eser=DVD Talk|url=https://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/20017/diffrent-strokes-the-complete-second-season/|erişimtarihi=16 Ağustos 2010}}</ref> İlk sezon ve ikinci sezonun yarısında [[Charlotte Rae]] de Drummond'ların hizmetlisi Mrs. Edna Garrett rolüyle dizide yer aldı ve daha sonra kendi durum komedisi ''[[The Facts of Life (dizi)|The Facts of Life]]''{{'}}a geçti. İkinci hizmetli Adelaide Brubaker rolünü [[Nedra Volz]], üçüncü hizmetli Pearl Gallagher rolünü, daha sonra başrole alınan [[Mary Jo Catlett]] aldı. Coleman, Bridges ve Plato'yu birer şöhret haline getiren dizi, [[ırkçılık]], [[madde bağımlılığı]], [[alkolizm]], [[otostop]], [[Kişiyi hürriyetinden yoksun kılma|adam kaçırma]] ve [[çocuk istismarı]] gibi temaların dramatik bir şekilde işlendiği "[[çok özel bölüm]]ler"iyle bilinmektedir. Başrol oyuncuları, hayatlarının daha sonraki dönemlerinde yasal sorunlarla ve madde bağımlılığıyla yüzleşti; Plato ve Coleman sırasıyla 1999 ve 2010'de olmak üzere erken ölümleriyle gündeme geldi.
''Diff'rent Strokes'' was also known for its many "very special episodes," most notably an anti-drug episode ("The Reporter") that featured [[First Lady of the United States|First Lady]] [[Nancy Reagan]], who promoted her "[[Just Say No]]" campaign and "[[The Bicycle Man]]," a two-part episode that guest starred [[Gordon Jump]] as a [[pedophilia|pedophile]] who lures Arnold and Dudley into his bicycle shop and attempts to [[child molestation|molest]] them. Another episode involved a [[con artist]] (played by [[Whitman Mayo]]) posing as a relative of Arnold and Willis in an attempt to get access to the inheritance they were left by a former neighbor. Another episode ("Skin Deep or True Blue") involved Kimberly's new boyfriend, Roger Morehouse, not allowing his sister, Emily ([[Melora Hardin]]), to go to their school's costume ball with Willis because he is black. A less serious episode ("Green Hair") had Kimberly's hair turning green from acid rain. In a two-part episode on the dangers of [[hitchhiking]] ("The Hitchhikers"), Kimberly and Arnold (who were out in the cold weather and didn't have money for cab or bus fare) were abducted by a serial kidnapper-rapist (played by Woody Eney), who initially acted as a good Samaritan by giving the two of them a ride and inviting them to his apartment. After the man's true nature became known, Arnold escaped to look for help and the man nearly raped Kimberly before the police arrived to arrest him. At the end of the episode, Bain (in an out-of-character [[Public Service Announcement|PSA]]) spoke about what to do if real life situations as the one portrayed on the show were to occur. Two notable episodes dealt with the consequences of [[alcoholism]]. In the first, season 5's "A Drinking Problem," Willis moves out of the penthouse to live with Jerry ([[Lawrence Monoson]]) who abuses alcohol. In the second, season 7's "Cheers to Arnold," Arnold must deal with Ricky ([[Robert Jayne]]), a classmate whom he catches drinking a thermos of alcohol in the school bathroom. In the final season (when the sitcom moved from NBC to ABC), the one-hour season opener ("Sam's Missing") revolved around Sam being kidnapped by Donald Brown ([[Royce D. Applegate]]), a bereaved father hoping to replace his own dead son, Tommy. In other notable episodes, such as season 8's "Bulimia," the family discovered that Kimberly was suffering from [[bulimia]]. In another episode, season 7's "A Special Friend," Arnold and Sam met Karen, a [[street performer]]. After a performance, she has an [[Epilepsy|epileptic]] seizure and Sam thinks she's dying. The boys then feel uncomfortable around her and when they begin making jokes about her seizures, they find out that housekeeper Pearl herself has epilepsy but, unlike Karen, controls her seizures by taking medication.
===Spin-offYan and crossoversürünler===
''[[The Facts of Life (TV series)|The Facts of Life]]'' (1979-1988) is a [[Spin-off (media)|spin-off]] of ''Diff'rent Strokes'' featuring Drummond's former maid Mrs. Garrett, who had accepted a job as the housemother for a dormitory at Eastland, an all-girls private school that Kimberly was attending. In a late first-season episode of ''Strokes'' ("The Girls School," which served as the "[[backdoor pilot]]" of ''Facts''), Mrs. Garrett took Kimberly to the school with the intent of helping her sew costumes for a school play. While there, Mrs. Garrett met Kimberly's classmates and was offered the job as "dorm mother." She declines in this episode, but come fall, clearly had a change of heart. The ''Diff'rent Strokes'' cast appeared in the first episode of ''The Facts of Life'' (at one point, Drummond asks Mrs. Garrett "Are you sure we can't change your mind to come back to us?"). The success of the spin-off led to several ''Strokes''/''Facts'' crossovers in the ensuing years. While not a spin-off, ''[[Hello, Larry]]'' (1979-1980) had a connection to ''Strokes'' as it was established in a [[Fictional crossover|crossover episode]] that Philip Drummond and Larry Alder ([[McLean Stevenson]]) were old Army buddies and Mr. Drummond had bought the company that owned the radio station where Larry worked as a talk show host. The episode "Almost American" (A.K.A. "Night School"), was the pilot for a potential spin-off series.<ref>{{cite web |başlık=Almost American |url=https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0559935/ |agency=[[IMDb]] |tarih=19 Nisan 2019}}</ref> Additionally, Arnold appeared on the ''[[Silver Spoons]]'' episode "The Great Computer Caper" and the ''[[Amazing Stories (1985 TV series)|Amazing Stories]]'' episode "Remote Control Man."
===Daha sonraki projelerde karakterler===
===Later appearances as the characters===
In 1994, Coleman appeared in an episode of ''[[Married... with Children]]'' ("How Green Was My Apple"), playing a building code inspector whom [[Al Bundy]] ([[Ed O'Neill]]) called to report an illegal driveway. When Kelly ([[Christina Applegate]]) recognizes him, he denies any connection to Arnold Jackson, but utters his catchphrase to Al, "What'chu talkin' about, Bundy?" In 1996, Coleman and Bain reprised their roles for the series finale of ''[[The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air]]'' entitled "I, Done Part II," where they consider buying the Banks mansion, they reference Willis by name before meeting Will Smith's character, leading to Coleman uttering a variation of his catchphrase, "What'chu talkin' about, Will?"
===Popüler kültür===
===Additional catchphrase references and appearances in popular culture===
In 2004, Coleman appeared on the [[The Surreal Life#Season 2|second season]] of ''[[The Surreal Life]]'' and was pressured to quote his famous [[catchphrase]] by [[Vanilla Ice]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/ron-jeremy-gary-coleman-hated-saying-whatchu-talkin-bout-line-2010305|başlık=Ron Jeremy: Gary Coleman Hated Saying "Whatchu Talkin' Bout" Line|tarih=30 Mayıs 2010|eser=US Magazine|erişimtarihi=26 Ocak 2015}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.tmz.com/2010/05/28/vanilla-ice-gary-coleman-death/|başlık=Vanilla Ice – I'm Going to Gary Coleman's Memorial|eser=tmz.com|erişimtarihi=26 Ocak 2015}}</ref> He also guest-starred as himself on ''[[The Wayans Bros.]],'' ''[[The Ben Stiller Show]],'' ''[[Drake & Josh]],'' ''[[The Jamie Foxx Show]],'' ''[[The Parkers]],'' ''[[Robot Chicken]]'' and ''[[The Simpsons]].''
==After ''Diff'rent Strokes'' endedsonrası==
Following the cancellation of ''Diff'rent Strokes'' in 1986, Coleman, Bridges and Plato encountered difficulty in obtaining acting jobs. All three experienced various legal problems while Bridges and Plato also struggled with drug addictions, all of which were documented in the press. The press and fans of the series blamed the cast's personal problems and faltering careers on what was eventually dubbed the "curse of ''Diff'rent Strokes''" by various tabloids.<ref name="sporkin">{{cite journal|soyadı=Sporkin|ad=Elizabeth|tarih=25 Mart 1991|başlık=Diff'rent Strokes, Fallen Stars|journal=People|cilt=35|sayı=11|issn=0093-7673|url=http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20114736,00.html}}</ref>
After the series ended, Bridges developed an addiction to [[cocaine]]. In February 1988, he was arrested and charged with the attempted murder of a drug dealer at a crack house in South Central Los Angeles. He was acquitted in November 1989.<ref>{{cite journal|tarih=27 Kasım 1989|başlık=Jury Acquits Todd Bridges Of Charges Of Attempted Murder, Manslaughter |journal=Jet|yayıncı=Johnson Publishing Company|cilt=77|sayı=8|sayfalar=36–67|issn=0021-5996|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=j4gDAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA36&lpg=PA36&dq=todd+bridges+murder&source=bl&ots=_vtGW0mF7H&sig=2-KXJ4WhG9-YsaioWUP6DYDyNic&hl=en&sa=X&ei=vnKLUcuWJIX69QTT44DQDQ&ved=0CHwQ6AEwCA#v=onepage&q=todd%20bridges%20murder&f=false}}</ref> Bridges was also arrested on a concealed weapon charge and possession of cocaine.<ref name="sporkin" /> In 1994, he was arrested after allegedly ramming someone's car after an argument.<ref>{{cite news |url=http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1355/is_n12_v91/ai_19114168|başlık=Todd Bridges arrested, charged after tiff involving vehicle|tarih=10 Şubat 1997|eser=Jet|erişimtarihi=4 Haziran 2008}}</ref> After years of battling his drug addiction, Bridges became sober in the early 1990s.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/todd-bridges-tv-dad-conrad-413102|başlık=Todd Bridges on TV Dad Conrad Bain: 'He Treated Me Better Than My Own Father'|soyadı=Abramovitch|ad=Seth|tarih=16 Ocak 2013|yayıncı=hollywoodreporter.com|erişimtarihi=9 Mayıs 2013}}</ref> He now travels across the United States, touring schools and discussing the dangers of drug use.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/popup?id=4947300&contentIndex=1&page=4&start=false|başlık=''Diff'rent Strokes'' ''Facts of Life'': Where Are They Now?|yayıncı=abcnews.go.com|erişimtarihi=4 Haziran 2008}}</ref> Bridges has continued acting in films and television. His more high-profile role was as Monk, a [[shell-shock]]ed [[Vietnam War|Vietnam]] veteran, [[conspiracy theorist]], and nephew of Chris' boss Doc on the sitcom ''[[Everybody Hates Chris]]''.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.today.com/id/37407886/ns/today-entertainment/t/troubled-lives-diffrent-strokes-stars/|başlık=Troubled lives for 'Diff'rent Strokes' stars|soyadı=Bauder|ad=David|tarih=31 Mayıs 2010|yayıncı=today.com|erişimtarihi=9 Mayıs 2013}}</ref> With Rae's death in 2018 at the age of 92, Bridges is now the only living member of the original cast.
==Yarı belgesel filmler==
Two unofficial docudramas were produced about the show:
* In 2000, [[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]] broadcast a one-hour television movie, ''After Diff'rent Strokes: When the Laughter Stopped.'' This film, which starred unknown actors, focused on Plato's life after the show, leading to her suicide. Bridges guest starred in this film as a drug dealer who sold drugs to a younger version of himself.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.longislandpress.com/?cp=168&show=article&a_id=917|başlık=Long Island News from the Long Island Press|eser=Long Island News from the Long Island Press|erişimtarihi=26 Ocak 2015}}</ref>
* On September 4, 2006, NBC aired a television drama titled ''Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Diff'rent Strokes.'' This film, which chronicles the rise and decline of the sitcom's child stars, also features recent interview clips with Coleman and Bridges. The two also star in the movie as themselves (briefly) in the final scene, standing by Plato's grave.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.recordonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060904/LIFE/609040312|başlık=Refried nostalgia, overcooked comedy|soyadı=McDonough|ad=Kevin|tarih=4 Eylül 2006|yayıncı=recordonline.com|erişimtarihi=9 Mayıs 2013}}</ref>
==HomeEv mediamedyası==
[[Sony Pictures Home Entertainment]] has released Seasons 1 and 2 of ''Diff'rent Strokes'' on DVD in Region 1 & 4. Season 1 was also released in Regions 2 & 5 on October 6, 2008.<ref>[https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B001CD3PG0 Diff'rent Strokes – Complete Season 1]</ref> On September 29, 2009, a "Fan Favorites" DVD was released. This is a one disc compilation consisting of eight episodes from Season 2.<ref>{{cite web|başlık=Diff'rent Strokes – Front/Rear Box Art, Episode List for Sony's 'Diff'rent: Fan Favorites' DVD|url=http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Fan-Favorite-DVDs/12581|yayıncı=TVShowsonDVD.com|erişimtarihi=31 Ağustos 2009|url-status=dead |arşivurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090903133249/http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/news/Diffrent-Strokes-Fan-Favorite-DVDs/12581|arşivtarihi=3 Eylül 2009}}</ref>