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"You take the good, you take the bad ... ." Originally set at the prestigious Eastland School for Young Women, housemother Mrs. Garrett is the caretaker and confidante of a special group of girls. Over time, this group shrinks to be centered on only four young women: wealthy and spoiled Blair, gossipy Tootie, eager-to-please Natalie and tough girl Jo. Over the years, the girls graduate from school, and the story lines evolve with them.

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Jo and Blair bring Mrs. Garrett to an exotic dance club for her birthday.
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Natalie feels superior when she is allowed to take a course at Langley College.
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Tootie learns that her college-bound boyfriend is illiterate.
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Jo's new boyfriend turns out to be wealthy.
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Blair fires sorority-party caterer Mrs. Garrett.
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Mrs. Garrett's move causes new problems.
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Mrs. Garrett is angry; Jo faces expulsion.
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Blair and Jo come to realize that they have learned more at Eastland than just academics.
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Blair and Jo share a common feeling of disdain toward their graduation from Eastland.
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Despite Mrs. Garrett's objections, the girls settle in for an all-night study session.
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Jo returns home for a visit and announces that she has decided to get a job instead of attending college.
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Tootie feels ignored when Natalie devotes all of her time to her new boyfriend.
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A series of events disrupts Mrs. Garrett's attempts to entertain French visitors.
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Blair believes that she is the only one capable of keeping her sister and Jo from becoming nuns.
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Blair is stunned by her socialite sister's decision to become a nun and then by a shocking announcement from Jo.
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The girls learn a valuable lesson when they join Tootie's college-aged brother and his roommate for a night on the town.
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Jo is furious when she learns that a favorite teacher is planning to leave Eastland.
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The girls are determined to do everything in their power to spare Mrs. Garrett unnecessary stress.
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Blair's behavior toward her new boyfriend could cost her her self-respect and her best friends.
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Tootie discovers that the new student, a young princess, plans to run away.
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Mrs. Garrett receives a marriage proposal.

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