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.
Guest stars include Ruth Gordon, Maureen McCormick, Patty Duke Astin, Phil Foster, Robert Hegyes, Tab Hunter, Mary Moon, John Mark Robinson, Bob Hackman, Meegan King, W.K. Stratton
Guest stars include Will Geer, Arte Johnson, Tom Poston, Pat Morita, Anson Williams, Bayn Johnson
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.