Welcome Back, Kotter

  • 1975
  • TV Show
  • None

An Emmy-nominated hit about a high-school teacher who returns to his Brooklyn alma mater, James Buchanan High, and is saddled with a class of misfits known as the Sweathogs. The series was based on the real-life experiences and stand-up of Gabe Kaplan, who was the show's cocreator. The theme song, written and performed by John Sebastian, topped the charts...read more

Season 3, Episode 4 The Visit

First Aired: September 22, 1977

Conclusion. Barbarino complicates the Kotters' adjustment to twin daughters. Gabriel Kaplan, Marcia Strassman. Barbarino: John Travolta. Epstein: Robert Hegyes. Horshack: Ron Palillo.

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  • Premiered: September 9, 1975
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: An Emmy-nominated hit about a high-school teacher who returns to his Brooklyn alma mater, James Buchanan High, and is saddled with a class of misfits known as the Sweathogs. The series was based on the real-life experiences and stand-up of Gabe Kaplan, who… (more)

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