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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Welcome Back, Kotter' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Welcome Back, Kotter':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

September 9, 1975: The Great Debate
Season 1, episode 1
W: Rick Mittleman   D: Bob Lahendro

With Debralee Scott (Rosalie Totzie), Helaine Lembeck (Judy Borden), Dennis Bowen (Todd Ludlow), James Woods (Alex Welles).
Gabriel Kaplan stars as a high school teacher who has returned to the school in Brooklyn from which he graduated, to teach students in a remedial studies class. Tonight, to spur his students, he takes on a challenge from the debating class.

September 16, 1975: Basket Case
Season 1, episode 2
W: Jerry Ross   D: Bob Lahendro

With Jess Nadelman (Coach).
Kotter has a verbal confrontation with his class and the school basketball coach when he threatens to flunk Freddy Washington for refusing to take an exam.

September 23, 1975: Welcome Back
Season 1, episode 3
W: Peter Meyerson   D: James Komack

With Leslie Ackerman (Silvia).
Gabe Kotter recalls his first day as a teacher, when he found that his fears were justified.

September 30, 1975: Whodunit?
Season 1, episode 4
W: Jerry Rannow, Jewel Jaffe   D: Bob Lahendro

With Debralee Scott (Rosalie Totzie).
Gabe Kotter faces the problem of Rosalie 'Hotsie' Totzie, who claims that one of his students is the father of her unborn child.

October 7, 1975: The Election
Season 1, episode 5
W: Eric Cohen, Tiffany York   D: Bob Lahendro

With Helaine Lembeck (Judy Borden), Jeffrey Martin (Scott), Catarina Cellino (Maria).
Kotter talks Barbarino into running for student body president, but the school objects to his campaign tactics.

October 14, 1975: No More Mister Nice Guy
Season 1, episode 6
W: George Yanok   D: Bob Lahendro

With Debralee Scott (Rosalie Totzie), Helaine Lembeck (Judy Borden).
Kotter's attempts to cheer up Woodman result in the assistant principal's becoming better liked and Kotter's becoming a disciplinarian.

October 21, 1975: Classroom Marriage
Season 1, episode 7
W: William Raynor, Myles Wilder   D: Bob Lahendro

With Debralee Scott (Rosalie Totzie).
Kotter's apartment is invaded by all of the Sweathogs when Washington drops by for advice on marriage.

October 28, 1975: One Of Our Sweathogs Is Missing
Season 1, episode 8
W: Marilyn Miller   D: Bob Lahendro

With Dennis Bowen (Todd Ludlow).
After losing a fight, Juan is made fun of by his fellow Sweathogs and runs away -- to the Kotters' bathroom.

November 4, 1975: Mr. Kotter, Teacher
Season 1, episode 9
W: Jerry Rannow, Jewel Jaffe   D: Bob Lahendro

With Hope Summers (Ms. Riley), Arnold Soboloff (Charlie Piper).
Woodman suspends Kotter after watching his unorthodox methods of teaching and Gabe has to appear before the Board of Education.

November 18, 1975: The Reunion
Season 1, episode 10
W: George Yanok   D: Bob Lahendro

With Michael Taylor (Lyle Flannigan), Bridget Hanley (Mary Flannigan).
Julie invites to dinner a rich former classmate of Gabe's whom he hasn't seen for 10 years -- on purpose.

November 25, 1975: Barbarino's Girl
Season 1, episode 11
W: Eric Cohen   D: Bob Lahendro

With Helaine Lembeck (Judy Borden).
When Kotter asks Judy Borden to tutor Barbarino, the relationship blossoms into a romance.

December 2, 1975: California Dreamin'
Season 1, episode 12
W: Michael Weinberger   D: Bob Lahendro

With Susan Lanier (Bambi).
Kotter faces the problem of a new student from California, pretty blonde Bambi Forster, who has a crush on him.

December 16, 1975: Arrividerci, Arnold
Season 1, episode 13
W: Jerry Rannow, Jewel Jaffe   D: Bob Lahendro

Against his will, Horshack gets transferred out of Kotter's class because his grades have improved.

January 6, 1976: The Longest Weekend
Season 1, episode 14
W: Carl Kleinschmitt   D: Bob Lahendro

Kotter has second thoughts about his "free and equal relationship" with his wife when she takes off on a skiing weekend with a single girlfriend.

January 13, 1976: The Sit-In
Season 1, episode 15
W: William Bickley, Michael Warren   D: Bob Lahendro

With Helaine Lembeck (Judy Borden), Dennis Bowen (Todd Ludlow).
Kotter's Sweathogs stage a classroom sit-in to protest the school cafeteria's liver.

January 20, 1976: Follow The Leader (1)
Season 1, episode 16
W: Jerry Rannow, Jewel Jaffe   D: Bob Lahendro

Kotter holds a class election and winds up in trouble at home and in the classroom.

January 22, 1976: Follow The Leader (2)
Season 1, episode 17
W: Jerry Rannow, Jewel Jaffe   D: Bob Lahendro

Kotter's frustrations mount as he tries to untangle the mess following a class election.

January 29, 1976: Dr. Epstein, I Presume
Season 1, episode 18
W: George Yanok   D: Bob Lahendro

With Laura Zucker (Ms. Helms).
Kotter's practice of stimulating his boys to improve themselves encounters a stumbling block -- the guidance counselor.

February 5, 1976: One Flu Over The Cuckoo's Nest
Season 1, episode 19
W: Eric Cohen   D: Bob Lahendro

With Helaine Lembeck (Judy Borden), Dennis Bowen (Todd Ludlow).
Kotter has his hands full when a flu epidemic results in his Sweathogs being in the same classroom with advanced students.

February 12, 1976: The Telethon
Season 1, episode 20
W: Pat Proft, Bo Kaprall   D: Bob Lahendro

With Jerry Rannow (Miles Oliver).
Kotter and the Sweathogs put on a telethon to raise money for the school.

February 19, 1976: Kotter Makes Good
Season 1, episode 21
W: George Yanok   D: Bob Lahendro

The principal discovers that there are no records of Kotter having taken his final examinations as a high school senior.

February 26, 1976: Father Vinnie
Season 1, episode 22
W: Eric Cohen   D: Bob Lahendro

With Susan Lanier (Bambi).
Vinnie promises his dying grandmother that he will become a priest.





September 23, 1976: Career Day
Season 2, episode 1
W: Eric Cohen   D: Bill Hobin

With Pat Morita (Mr. Takahashi), George Yanok (Mr. Ferguson).
Season premiere. A career day speaker causes havoc with the Sweathogs when he tries to hire Mr. Kotter for his Chicago business.

September 30, 1976: Inherit The Halibut
Season 2, episode 2
W: George Tricker, Neil Rosen   D: Bill Hobin

With Vernee Watson (Vernajean Williams).
Freddie, the class treasurer, is accused of stealing funds, and an impromptu trial is held in the classroom.

October 7, 1976: Sweatside Story
Season 2, episode 3
W: Eric Cohen   D: Bill Persky

With Charles Fleischer (Carvelli).
The Sweathogs form a club and almost get involved in a rumble with a tough gang.

October 21, 1976: The Fight
Season 2, episode 4
W: Jerry Rannow, Jewel Jaffe   D: Bob Lahendro

The Sweathogs, much to Kotter's surprise, get in arguments over homework, resulting in each giving the others the silent treatment.

October 28, 1976: The Museum
Season 2, episode 5
W: Bob Shayne   D: Bill Davis

With John Astin (Curator).
The Sweathogs become trapped in a museum's Egyptian tomb.

November 4, 1976: Gabe Under Pressure
Season 2, episode 6
W: George Yanok   D: Jay Sandrich

With Carole Androsky (Miss Matusak).
Gabe is afraid to get a physical when the free clinic comes to Buchanan High.

November 11, 1976: Sweathog, Nebraska Style
Season 2, episode 7
W: George Yanok   D: Bob Lahendro

With Susan Pratt (Jenny Hansen).
Julie's teenage sister runs away from her home in Nebraska and winds up in Brooklyn, where she quickly becomes a Sweathog in Kotter's class and falls for Juan.

November 18, 1976: Sadie Hawkins Day
Season 2, episode 8
W: Eric Cohen   D: Bob Lahendro

With Helaine Lembeck (Judy Borden), Vernee Watson (Vernajean Williams), Paula Victor (Miss Fishbeck), Dinah Manoff (Charmaine), Wendy Schaal (Girl).
Despite Barbarino's appeal and class, he finds himself without a date for the big Sadie Hawkins Day dance.

December 2, 1976: Hello, Ms. Chips
Season 2, episode 9
W: Royce D. Applegate, Ira Miller   D: Bob Lahendro

With Valerie Curtin (Miss Wright), Helaine Lembeck (Judy Borden).
A new student teacher has her hands full with her very first assignment -- the Sweathogs.

December 9, 1976: Horshack vs. Carvelli
Season 2, episode 10
W: Garry Shandling   D: Bob Lahendro

With Charles Fleischer (Carvelli), Bob Harcum (Murray).
When the opportunity to fight Carvelli in a boxing match arises, Arnold wants to be the one to do it.

December 16, 1976: Sweathog Clinic For The Cure Of Smoking
Season 2, episode 11
W: Eric Cohen, Steve Hayden   D: Bob Lahendro

When Juan Epstein is caught smoking on school grounds, the other Sweathogs take on the task of breaking him of the habit.

December 23, 1976: Hark, The Sweatkings
Season 2, episode 12
W: Peter Meyerson, Nick Arnold   D: Bob Lahendro

With Michael V. Gazzo (Angelo DeMora).
The Sweathogs express the Christmas spirit when they go out of their way to help an old hobo make a new life for himself.

December 30, 1976: A Love Story
Season 2, episode 13
W: Jewel Jaffe, Jerry Rannow   D: Gary Shimokawa, James Komack

With Helaine Lembeck (Judy Borden), Lisa Mordente (Carmen Epstein).
Horshack is stung by Cupid's bow when Epstein's sexy sister, Carmen, arrives on the scene. But she succumbs to the more obvious charms of Barbarino, at least for a while.

January 6, 1977: Caruso's Way
Season 2, episode 14
W: Jim Parker   D: Bob Lahendro

With Scott Brady (Mr. Caruso).
Mr. Kotter steps in to defend hs Sweathogs afther the gym teacher strikes Barbarino in front of the class.

January 13, 1977: Sweatgate Scandal
Season 2, episode 15
W: Eric Cohen   D: Bob Lahendro

With Helaine Lembeck (Judy Borden), Dennis Bowen (Todd Ludlow).
Barbarino and Epstein investigate a break-in of the principal's office.

January 20, 1977: Kotter And Son
Season 2, episode 16
W: Peter Meyerson, Nick Arnold   D: Bob Lahendro

With Harold J. Stone (Charlie Kotter).
Gabe's father is in town, eager for his son to quit teaching and take over his business.

January 27, 1977: Chicken A La Kotter
Season 2, episode 17
W: Raymond Siller   D: Bob Lahendro

With Stephen Pearlman (Diner Owner).
Gabe, in need of money for a root canal, takes a second job as a restaurant mascot.

February 3, 1977: Has Anyone Seen Arnold?
Season 2, episode 18
W: Peter Meyerson, Nick Arnold   D: Bob Lahendro

With Helaine Lembeck (Judy Borden), Barbara Deutsch (Maxine Griffin).
On the eve of his acting debut in a school play, Arnold Horshack disappears, only to emerge days later with the announcement that he is quitting school to get a job and support his family.

February 3, 1977: There Goes Number 5
Season 2, episode 19
W: Jerry Rannow, Jewel Jaffe   D: James Komack, Bob Lahendro

With Ellen Travolta (Mrs. O'Hara), James Komack (Uncle Harry Horshack), Elyssa Davalos (Judy Horshack), Susan Lawrence (Goldie), Andrea McArdle (Doris Horshack), Dean M. Solomon (Manny Horshack), Robert Stoneman (Leonard), Chanin Hale (Secretary).
When Arnold finally shows up back at school, it's discovered that his absence was due to the recent death of his fifth father. A feeling of responsibility within him, Arnold sets out to find a job to help support his siblings and his mother, whose only priority lay in finding a replacement father for her kids.

February 10, 1977: The Littlest Sweathog
Season 2, episode 20
W: Eric Cohen   D: Bob Lahendro

There are mixed emotions in the Kotter apartment when Gabe learns that Julie is expecting a baby.

February 17, 1977: Radio Free Freddie
Season 2, episode 21
W: Peter Meyerson, Neil Rosen, George Yanok   D: Bob Lahendro

With George Carlin (Wally 'The Wow' Wechsel), Fred Grandy (Andy), Marcie Barkin (Groupie).
Freddy's success as a part time disc jockey arouses jealousy among the Sweathogs.

February 24, 1977: I'm Having Their Baby
Season 2, episode 22
W: George Tricker, Neil Rosen   D: Bob Lahendro

With Frank Corsentino (Mr. Overly), Ned Wertimer (Substitute Teacher), Larry Brooks (Substitute Teacher).
With Gabe away at a convention, the Sweathogs feel obligated to help out the pregnant Julie Kotter, but instead cause havoc and make a shambles of the Kotter apartment.

March 3, 1977: I Wonder Who's Kissing Gabe Now?
Season 2, episode 23
W: Peter Meyerson, Nick Arnold   D: Bob Lahendro

With Denise Galik (Paula Holtzgang).
After class, a young art teacher demonstrates her designs on Gabe, while an eavesdropping Epstein imagines the worst.





September 10, 1977: Sweathog Back-to-School Special
Season 3, episode 1
W: Peter Meyerson, Nick Arnold   D: Dick King

With Rebecca York (Brunette Sweathog), Melody Anderson (Blonde Sweathog), Deloresse Daniels (Black Sweathog).
New students join Gabe's class in a back-to-school retrospective featuring highlights of past episodes.

September 15, 1977: And Baby Makes Four (1)
Season 3, episode 2
W: Eric Cohen   D: Bob Claver

With Mike Darnell (Bennie Moretti), Christopher Stryker (Fearless Feldman).
The pregnant Julie is on Gabe's mind on the first day back at school; being left back is on Barbarino's mind.

September 15, 1977: And Baby Makes Four (2)
Season 3, episode 3
W: Eric Cohen   D: Bob Claver

With Alan Oppenheimer (Dr. Melmann), Ken Sansom (Expectant Father), Kathleen Doyle (Nurse).
Gabe spends a long night at the hospital with the Sweathogs waiting out the arrival of the newest Kotter, only Julie pulls the big surprise stuns everyone when she delivers twins.

September 22, 1977: And Baby Makes Four (3)
Season 3, episode 4
W: Gabriel Kaplan   D: Bob Claver

With Alice Backes (Mrs. Hansen), Jack Dodson (Mr. Hansen).
The Kotters' adjustment to twin daughters is complicated by a sulking Barbarino.

September 29, 1977: Buddy, Can You Spare A Million?
Season 3, episode 5
W: Nick Arnold, Peter Meyerson   D: Bob Claver

With Wendy Rastatter (Wendy), Robin Riker (Nurse), John J. Fox.
Gabe and Julie share the joy of the Sweathogs when Epstein, Horshack and Washington win the $1 million grand prize in the New York State Lottery.

October 6, 1977: Just Testing
Season 3, episode 6
W: Mike Barrie, Jim Mulholland   D: Bob Claver

With Ellen Travolta (Mrs. O'Hara).
Mr. Kotter has his hands full when he must decide to either help Julie with the housework and the babies or help Barbarino prepare for his make-up test.

October 13, 1977: The Deprogramming Of Arnold Horshack
Season 3, episode 7
W: Jim Mulholland, Mike Barrie   D: Bob Claver

With Ellen Travolta (Mrs. O'Hara).
The Sweathogs and Mr. Kotter plan a way to deprogram Horshack, who has joined a religious cult because he is tired of the way his classmates treat him.

October 20, 1977: What A Move
Season 3, episode 8
W: George Arthur Bloom, Beverly Bloomberg   D: Nick Havinga

With Herb Edelman (Moe Epstein).
Julie and the Kotter twins face trouble on moving day when the new landlord -- Epstein's Uncle Moe -- refuses to allow children in their new apartment.

October 27, 1977: A Novel Idea
Season 3, episode 9
W: Peter Meyerson, Nick Arnold   D: Bob Claver

The Sweathogs clash with Mr. Woodman when they discover he is the hero amidst four Sweathog-like villians in his novel.

November 3, 1977: Barbarino In Love (1)
Season 3, episode 10
W: Peter Meyerson, Nick Arnold   D: Bob Claver

With Martin Garner (Lou Grapette), Daniel Chodos (Eugene Bigelow), Amy Johnston (Cassy).
Vinnie falls for a high school girl from upstate New York, much to the chagrin of the Sweathogs.

November 10, 1977: Barbarino In Love (2)
Season 3, episode 11
W: Steve Clements, Joyce Gittlin   D: Bob Claver

With Martin Garner (Lou Grapette), Amy Johnston (Cassy).
At the state talent contest, Barbarino tries to charm a rival contestant, but his attempts fall on deaf ears.

November 17, 1977: Kotter For Vice Principal
Season 3, episode 12
W: Bob Silberg, Dick Rossner   D: Bob Claver

With Helaine Lembeck (Judy Borden), Ernest Harada (Mr. Jan).
Mr. Woodman's contract as vice-principal is up for renewal, but the Sweatohgs want Mr. Kotter to have the job.

November 24, 1977: Swine And Punishment
Season 3, episode 13
W: Eric Cohen   D: Bob Claver

Freddie Washington is suspected of cheating on a history test and Mr. Woodman suspends him.

December 8, 1977: Epstein's Madonna
Season 3, episode 14
W: George Arthur Bloom, Beverly Bloomberg   D: Bob Claver

With Frank O'Brien (Jerry Cronkite), Denise Galik (Paula Holtzgang), Stan Ross (Weirdo).
Epstein's painting of a nude woman on a wall stirs up the Buchanan High campus and creates turmoil at the Kotter home when admirers discover that the nude's face resembles Julie Kotter.

December 15, 1977: The Sweathog Christmas Special
Season 3, episode 15
W: Eric Cohen, Mel Stuart   D: Mel Stuart

As the Sweathogs help the Kotters trim their Christmas tree, flashbacks recall past episodes.

December 22, 1977: Sweatwork
Season 3, episode 16
W: Eric Cohen   D: Bob Claver

Horshack becomes uncontrollable when he suddenly shines as the star of Buchanan High's radio station.

January 5, 1978: Meet Your New Teacher: Batteries Not Included
Season 3, episode 17
W: Aubrey Tadman, Garry Ferrier   D: Bob Claver

With Sonny Melendrez (Computer Voice), Ernest Harada (Mr. Jan).
Mr. Kotter's job is threatened when Vice Principal Woodman introduces a computer designed to replace teachers.

January 12, 1978: Angie, Girl Sweathog
Season 3, episode 18
W: Eric Cohen   D: Alan Myerson

With Melonie Haller (Angie Globagoski).
The boys meet their new classmate, a female tough who wants to enter their ranks.

January 19, 1978: Epstein's Term Paper
Season 3, episode 19
W: Eric Cohen   D: Bob Claver

With Charles Fleischer (Carvelli), Bob Harcum (Murray), Melonie Haller (Angie Globagoski).
Epstein submits a term paper that is very similar to the one which Kotter submitted himself 10 years earlier.

January 26, 1978: There's No Business Like Show Business (1)
Season 3, episode 20
W: Gabriel Kaplan   D: Bob Claver

With Sam Weisman (Peter Charnoff), Michael Preminger (Eddie Mincer), Melonie Haller (Angie Globagoski).
The Sweathogs convince Kotter to start a career as a comedian.

February 2, 1978: There's No Business Like Show Business (2)
Season 3, episode 21
W: George Arthur Bloom, Beverly Bloomberg, Gabriel Kaplan   D: Bob Claver

With Sam Weisman (Peter Charnoff), Melonie Haller (Angie Globagoski).
Julie and the Sweathogs are shocked when Gabe announces he is leaving his teaching post for a career as a comedian.

February 9, 1978: What Goes Up
Season 3, episode 22
W: Nick Arnold   D: Jeff Bleckner

With Melonie Haller (Angie Globagoski).
Mr. Kotter and the Sweathogs try to help Freddie Washington when he encounters unexpected trouble while recovering from a basketball injury.

February 16, 1978: Good-Bye, Mr. Kripps
Season 3, episode 23
W: Aubrey Tadman, Garry Ferrier   D: Bob Claver

With Bryan O'Byrne (Desk Sergeant), Norman Alden (Detective Lasky), Jack Fletcher (Leonard Kripps), Melonie Haller (Angie Globagoski).
A distraught Vinnie Barbarino turns himself in at police headquarters after he blames himself for the death of a teacher with heart trouble who collapsed while reprimanding him.

February 23, 1978: Horshack And Madame X
Season 3, episode 24
W: Peter Meyerson   D: Al Schwartz

With Sally Hightower (Laura Stevens), Melonie Haller (Angie Globagoski).
The usually shy Arnold Horshack surprises his fellow Sweathogs when he announces he has fallen in love with an older woman.

March 9, 1978: The Kiss
Season 3, episode 25
D: Bob Claver

With Helaine Lembeck (Judy Borden), Demetre Phillips (Baby Stevens), Sally Hightower (Laura Stevens), Ernest Harada (Mr. Jan).
After Gabe gives mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to a girl who fainted, he is accused of assault by Mr. Woodman, who misinterprets the act.

May 11, 1978: The Return Of Hotsy Totsy
Season 3, episode 26
W: Gabriel Kaplan   D: Bob Claver

With Debralee Scott (Rosalie Totsy), Marlise Pierrat (Olga the Stripper).
The Sweathogs are amazed to find a former classmate working as a go-go dancer to support her child.

May 18, 1978: Class Encounters Of The Carvelli Kind
Season 3, episode 27
W: George Arthur Bloom, Beverly Bloomberg   D: Robert Hegyes

With Charles Fleischer (Carvelli), Bob Harcum (Murray).
One of the Sweathogs convinces Mr. Woodman that beings from another planet will soon land on campus.





September 11, 1978: The Drop-Ins (1)
Season 4, episode 1
W: George Arthur Bloom   D: Norman Abbott

With John Travolta (Vinnie Barbarino), Charles Fleischer (Carvelli), Bob Harcum (Murray), Frankie Verroca (Freddie).
Season premiere. To the surprise of both himself and the Sweathogs, Gabe Kotter is promoted to high school vice principal.

September 11, 1978: The Drop-Ins (2)
Season 4, episode 2
W: George Arthur Bloom   D: Norman Abbott

With John Travolta (Vinnie Barbarino), Charles Fleischer (Carvelli), Bob Harcum (Murray), Marian Collier (Nurse Baker).
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.

September 18, 1978: Beau's Jest
Season 4, episode 3
W: Richard Hawkins, Liz Sage, Earl Barret   D: Norman Abbott

With Richard Moll (Big Thug), Judy Young (Doris).
Buchanan High School greets a new type of sweathog who may rival Vinnie Barbarino for the affections of the girls, when Beau De Labarre, a smooth-talking southerner, strolls down the hallways for the first time and causes all kinds of commotion.

September 25, 1978: Don't Come Up And See Me Sometime
Season 4, episode 4
W: Bill Richmond, Gene Perret   D: Norman Abbott

With John Travolta (Vinnie Barbarino), Linda McCullough (Sally).
Vinnie Barbarino gets his own bachelor pad, and his fellow Sweathogs get very upset when they find out the welcome mat is for girls only.

October 2, 1978: Once Upon A Ledge
Season 4, episode 5
W: Richard Hawkins, Liz Sage   D: Norman Abbott

With Irene Arranga (Mary Johnson).
The Sweathogs try to dissuade a suicidal teenager from jumping from Buchanan High.

October 9, 1978: The Sweatmobile
Season 4, episode 6
W: Bill Richmond, Gene Perret   D: Norman Abbott

With John Travolta (Vinnie Barbarino), Charles Fleischer (Carvelli), Bob Harcum (Murray), Connie Sawyer (Aunt Josephine), Marcy Hanson (Nurse).
With hopes of attracting the girls, the Sweathogs pool their resources to buy a car from Vinnie's uncle.

October 21, 1978: Barbarino's Boo-Boo
Season 4, episode 7
W: Linda Morris, Vic Rauseo   D: Norman Abbott

With John Travolta (Vinnie Barbarino), Jane Dulo (Nurse Bonnie), Jeannie Linero (Spanish Woman), Patrick Collins (Bobby).
Working as a hospital orderly, Barbarino misplaces a sedated Woodman.

October 28, 1978: X-Rated Education
Season 4, episode 8
W: Kathy Greer, Bill Greer   D: Norman Abbott

With Charles Fleischer (Carvelli), Bebe Drake (Ms. Jones), Jenna McMahon (Mrs. Zugler), Stanley Brock (Mr. Finch).
The Sweathogs accidentally substitute an x-rated film for a sex education movie to be viewed by a parents' group.

November 4, 1978: The Barbarino Blues
Season 4, episode 9
W: Vic Rauseo, Linda Morris   D: Norman Abbott

With John Travolta (Vinnie Barbarino), Linda McCullough (Sally).
Barbarino's ego suffers when a girl he wants to break up with beats him to it.

November 11, 1978: Washington's Clone
Season 4, episode 10
W: Julie Kirgo, Dinah Kirgo   D: Norman Abbott

With John Travolta (Vinnie Barbarino), Ron Dennis (Arthur).
A straight-A student seeks the Sweathogs' approval by mimicking Freddie Washington's antics.

November 25, 1978: Frog Day Afternoon
Season 4, episode 11
W: Richard Hawkins, Liz Sage, Earl Barret   D: Norman Abbott

With Dena Dietrich (Ilona Garland), Ellen Travolta (Mrs. O'Hara), Tommy Breslin (Sidney Braden).
Horshack's faces the prospect of failing biology unless he gets up the courage to dissect a frog.

December 2, 1978: A Little Fright Music
Season 4, episode 12
W: George Arthur Bloom, Earl Barret   D: Norman Abbott

With Sip Culler (J. Bubba Hampton).
Mr. Woodman learns that Washington rewrote his sleepy rendition of the Buchanan high school song and stands to make money from it.

December 16, 1978: A Winter's Coat Tail
Season 4, episode 13
W: George Arthur Bloom, Earl Barret   D: Norman Abbott

With John Travolta (Vinnie Barbarino), John Hollander (Punk), Adam Hollander (Punk), Melonie Haller (Angie Globagoski).
Barbarino lets the Sweathogs talk him into opening his very special Christmas gift early.

January 13, 1979: Bride And Gloom
Season 4, episode 14
W: George Arthur Bloom, Earl Barret   D: Norman Abbott

With John Travolta (Vinnie Barbarino), Linda McCullough (Sally), Rachel Levario (Angelina).
Vinnie agrees to walk down the aisle with Epstein's cousin, Angelina, to assure her American citizenship.

February 3, 1979: Barbarino's Baby
Season 4, episode 15
W: Linda Morris, Vic Rauseo   D: Norman Abbott

With John Travolta (Vinnie Barbarino), Jane Dulo (Nurse Bonnie), Mary Jo Catlett (Mrs. Fishbein), Henry Corden (Mr. Fishbein).
Barbarino and the Sweathogs are stranded in a hospital elevator with a very pregnant woman.

February 10, 1979: The Goodbye Guy
Season 4, episode 16
W: Liz Sage, Suzanne Gayle Harris, Rick Hawkins   D: Norman Abbott

With Georganne LaPiere (Kelly Woodman), Corey Fischer (Waiter), Alston Ahern (Emily).
Epstein romances the Kotters' baby sitter -- unaware that she is Mr. Woodman's niece.

February 24, 1979: Come Back, Little Arnold
Season 4, episode 17
W: Richard Hawkins, Liz Sage   D: Norman Abbott

With Irene Arranga (Mary Johnson), Charles Fleischer (Carvelli), Della Reese (Mrs. Tremaine), Bob Harcum (Murray).
The Sweathogs catch Arnold using alcohol as a confidence builder before a big date.

March 3, 1979: The Sweat Smell Of Success
Season 4, episode 18
W: Earl Barret, George Bloom   D: Norman Abbott

With Charles Fleischer (Carvelli), Bob Harcum (Murray), Irene Arranga (Mary Johnson).
Epstein, assigned to work on the school paper, quickly turns it into a scandal sheet.

March 17, 1979: The Gang Show
Season 4, episode 19
W: Bill Richmond, Gene Perret   D: Norman Abbott

With Charles Fleischer (Carvelli), Bob Harcum (Murray), Della Reese (Mrs. Tremaine).
Epstein and Washington enter the school talent show, unaware that the judging has been fixed by another contestant.

May 25, 1979: Oo, Oo, I Do (1)
Season 4, episode 20
W: Bill Richmond, Gene Perret   D: Norman Abbott

With Irene Arranga (Mary Johnson).
Horshack decides to get married rather than leave Buchanan High to live with his mother and her new husband in Atlantic City.

May 25, 1979: Oo, Oo, I Do (2)
Season 4, episode 21
W: Bill Richmond, Gene Perret   D: Norman Abbott

With Irene Arranga (Mary Johnson), Ancel Cook (Minister), Dick Winslow (Minister), Richard Dimitri, Kenneth White.
Horshack disappears when his bachelor party reminds him of his marital responsibilities.

June 1, 1979: I'm Okay, But You're Not
Season 4, episode 22
W: Richard Hawkins, Liz Sage   D: Norman Abbott

Beau alienates the Sweathogs when he does too successful a job of charming Mr. Woodman.

June 8, 1979: The Breadwinners
Season 4, episode 23
W: Linda Morris, Vic Rauseo   D: Norman Abbott

With Irene Arranga (Mary Johnson), Priscilla Morrill (Mrs. Gladstone Trevors-Smythe), Georganne LaPiere (Kelly Woodman), Henry Beckman (Samson Malone).
Washington and Epstein decide to settle a dspute by staging their own private "fight of the century".


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