In the early 80's, primetime audiences fell in love with a sitcom called Diff'rent Strokes and its diminutive and oh-so-cute star Gary Coleman. Seeking to capitalize on the young actor's overwhelming popularity, NBC commissioned a Saturday morning cartoon starring the adorable lad.
The animated Andy LeBeau wasn't nearly as endearing as the real life Gary Coleman, and The Gary Coleman Show gained admittance into cartoon heaven after twenty-six episodes.
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