A Different World: 6x24 - Whitley finds out she's pregnant

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Published on 21 Feb 2020 / In Film & Animation

A Different World (1987–1993)

Season 6 Episode 24

When One Door Closes...: Part 1 (8 May 1993)

Whitley has trouble getting through to a pupil that she is tutoring. Dwayne brainstorms about a video game that would get kids more interested in grammar. Ron suggests a game that combines grammar with the elements of baseball. Dwayne designs a computer program based entirely on this idea and pitches it to Kinishewa. Ron is furious when Dwayne refuses to share the credit (and money) with him. Dwayne accuses Ron of being a moocher always trying to profit from his accomplishments. Ron fires back that Dwayne resents his success as a club owner; and suspects that he feels inadequate after having to turn to Ron for money. Whitley suffers from chronic illness, and Kim forces her to confront the fact that she might be pregnant. A panicked Whitley refuses to accept the truth until she has taken a half-dozen home pregnancy tests. Kim assures Whitley that she will be a terrific mother, but Whitley doesn't know how she and Dwayne will come up with the money to care for a child. Dwayne reveals that Kinishewa has offered him a full-time job that will pay $80,000 a year. He is thrilled when Whitley announces her pregnancy. Dwayne explains that his new job comes with a catch: they must move to Tokyo. Kim finally accepts a marriage proposal from Spencer.

A Different World 6x24 When One Door Closes...: Part 1 (Clip/Scene)
A Different World S6 E24 When One Door Closes...: Part 1 (Clip/Scene)
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