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Episode List


Season 4

29 Sep. 1984
Indian Summer
Doris and Danny console each other over sour flings; Love holds surprise for both Sherwood and Leroy; Holly sets her sights on an older man.
6 Oct. 1984
Christopher falls hard for a visiting Czech student; Leroy tries to avoid a new admirer; Doris runs for student-body president.
13 Oct. 1984
Spontaneous Combustion
Leroy makes the biggest sacrifice of those protesting a directive prohibiting dancing and singing in the halls.
20 Oct. 1984
I Never Danced for My Father
Leroy won't let his estranged father back into his life. Meanwhile, Danny can't get his father to support his career choice.
26 Oct. 1984
The Heart of Rock 'N' Roll
Comprised of excerpts from the second U.S. concert by "The Kids from Fame" paying tribute to the history of Rock 'N' Roll.
3 Nov. 1984
A broken furnace and a prowler are two of the problems facing those stranded at the school by a blizzard.
10 Nov. 1984
The Monster That Devoured Las Vegas
An opening-night hex threatens Cassidy's directorial debut when Morloch inadvertently breaks a show-business dictum.
17 Nov. 1984
The Return of Doctor Scorpio
A school alumnus and Shakespearean actor volunteers to be in the school's anniversary show in hopes of revitalizing his career.
24 Nov. 1984
The Ballad of Ray Claxton
A feature on the school brings Nicole to the attention of a prisoner, who brings his talents to the attention of the school.
1 Nov. 1984
Nothing Personal
Christopher writes a less-than-rave review of Cleo's debut as a lead dancer; Nicole and Jesse look for romance in the personal ads.
15 Dec. 1984
The Rivalry
Lydia has a dancing showdown with Holly's mother, who thinks Lydia and Holly lack the drive to succeed in show business.
5 Jan. 1985
The kids learn that Jesse is an illegal alien, and Immigration Service plans to have him deported. Jesse has to prove to Immigration Service that he has the "talent" to stay.
12 Jan. 1985
Tomorrow's Children
Sherwood fights student apathy when Morloch institutes an ROTC program at the school and cancels a show to benefit the nuclear-freeze movement.
26 Jan. 1985
The Heart of Rock 'N' Roll II
This episode contains excerpts from the second half of the concert.
2 Feb. 1985
Take My Wife... Please
Two love triangles evolve: one with Danny, Cleo and Leroy; and the other involving Christopher, his drama teacher and the teacher's ex-wife.
9 Feb. 1985
Parent's Week
Nicole has a difficult time dealing with the pressure her parents are putting on her; Meanwhile Danny's parents decide to get divorced.
16 Feb. 1985
Danny De Bergerac
Danny falls for Nicole while trying to smooth things between her and Jesse; Morloch gets a second chance with his college sweetheart.
23 Feb. 1985
Team Work
When Christopher experiences fame, he abandons his comedic partner Danny and attempts to sabotage Leroy as he becomes competition. When Nicole moves in with Holly for a week, tension builds between the pair.
2 Mar. 1985
Coco Returns
A retired director working on a student production clashes with Coco---who has just returned after being "out there" on her own.
30 Mar. 1985
Sherwood temporarily becomes vice-principal; Doris has a dream date; and Leroy shoots for $10,000 on a game show.
6 Apr. 1985
Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?
Mugging victim Doris appears to handle the experience better than her family or friends; Dwight tries to control his emotions for Holly.
4 May 1985
Holly's despair over her parents' marriage causes her to become anorexic; Doris decides on a Hawaiian theme for the school's Prom.
11 May 1985
Who Am I, Really?
Nicole's parents are shocked by the sudden appearance of Nicole's biological mother.
18 May 1985
The Ol' Ball Game
Morloch and Danny set up a softball game, but their team lacks spirit---until it receives an injection of sports 'woman' ship.
25 May 1985
School Is Out
Jesse, Cleo and Nicole reminisce before summer vacation---and Cleo's move to Hollywood.

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