About Different Strokes Series

About Different Strokes Series

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When a long-time horse rider falls from her horse due to an illness, she learns about different strokes. She learns about horse-riding, and therapy dogs, and rock climbing, and bird watching, and playing music. When she learns about the different strokes, she learns about herself, the difference in her activities and her new love of the activity to come.

Other recurring characters introduced over the third season included Le Tari as Dudley's adoptive father, Ted Ramsey (in the episode Football Father), Janet Jackson as Willis's girlfriend Charlene DuPrey and, in the fourth season episode Kathy, Arnold's teacher Miss Chung, played by Rosalind Chao, who had played a different character in the third-season episode Almost American, in which the regular cast only have minor roles, which served as the backdoor pilot for a potential sitcom focusing on the students of an immigration and naturalization class. The pilot was not picked up for a series, and was the only time the characters and setting appeared in Diff'rent Strokes. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)


Over the years, I’ve done some different types of writing and I’ve learned that each style has its good and bad points, depending on the audience you’re trying to reach. The three things that are considered to make a piece of writing more relatable to a certain audience are words are used, style of writing, and grammar.

ABC has pulled back the curtain on the third installment of its Live in Front of a Studio Audience franchise. Jimmy Kimmel announced on his late-night show Thursday that the 90-minute special will re-create episodes of comedies Diff’rent Strokes and its spinoff The Facts of Life. (Source: deadline.com)


Depending on the context and the sentence you're writing, the word "stroke" can refer to any of the following: a stroke of an instrument, the act of stroking something, the act of writing something with a separate letter for each stroke, the act of placing a stroke in a paint job, and other terms relating to an artistic effort. "Different" refers to how the strokes on a painting or drawing look.                       

In this final season, Jason Hervey joined the semi-regular cast as Charlie, another of Arnold's school friends. First seen in the episode Bully For Arnold, a number of storylines focus on Arnold, Dudley, Robbie and Charlie as a quartet. Plots focusing on Arnold and Sam also continued to feature prominently, with Willis by this stage appearing on a secondary, semi-regular basis. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)


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