Epstein goes to interview for a new job and discovers that it's already been taken -- by Washington.
Beau's sweet-talking to Mr. Woodman backfires when the guys accuse him of bad-mouthing them.
Epstein is assigned to the school paper and changes it from a dull, lifeless weekly to a gossipy, sensationalist money-maker -- almost losing his friends in the process.
Barbarino's wedding is coming up very soon and he's getting cold feet.
A new girl at Buchanan High contemplates suicide after having a hard time making friends.
Kotter is a success at being a comedian but it is putting a strain on his marriage and his relationship with the Sweathogs. Second of a two-part episode.
The Sweathogs convince Gabe to audition at a local hot spot, never expecting him to succeed, but after Mr. Charnoff a slick agent gets through with him, it's goodbye teacher, hello show biz.
The sweathogs purchase term papers from a couple of local hoods. Kotter recognizes Epstein's paper as one he himself had handed in years ago.
Merriment, mistletoe and menorahs are the beginnings of a Merry Christmas celebration with the Sweathogs and Gabe and Julie Kotter.
Epstein spies a sexy art teacher kiss Kotter and assumes that Kotter is cheating on Julie.
Gabe takes the Sweathogs on a field trip to a museum, only to become locked in a tomb with a mummy for the night. John Astin guest stars.
When the Sweathogs' treasury money is stolen, all fingers point to Washington who has just purchased a new bike.
Barbarino honors his dying grandmother's request for him to become a priest.
When the flu epidemic sweeps through Buchanan, the 'enriched' students are put with the Sweathogs, creating a learning problem for Gabe's Sweathogs.
Teacher Gabe Kotter (Gabe Kaplan) returns to his former high school, teaching the remedial class--of which he had been a member--known at the "sweathogs."
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