Chris and Michael coach two rival gangs, who agree to settle their differences with a break dance competition. While Coco leaves school to pursue her career.

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Christopher Donlon (as Billy Hufsey)
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Elizabeth Sherwood (credit only)
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Chris and Michael coach two rival gangs, who agree to settle their differences with a break dance competition. While Coco leaves school to pursue her career.

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10 December 1983 (USA)  »

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Erica Gimpel left the series after this episode, but remained credited for the rest of season 3. Her vocals remained on the opening credits until the end of season 4, until the Fame theme was updated for season 5 and now performed by Loretta Chandler. Gimple returned for two guest appearances in season 4 and 6. See more »

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Quentin Morloch: Miss Grant, you stay here. This is a man's job.
Lydia Grant: Then you are gonna need help.
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References West Side Story (1961) See more »

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Dance
Music and Lyrics by Barry Fasman and Sue Sheridan
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