"Just Say No" was an promotional campaign, part of the U.S. War on Drugs that came about during the early '80s. The slogan was fashioned and advocated by First Lady Nancy Reagan during her husband's Ronald Reagan's presidency. How exactly did she get her point across to the youngsters in the United States during the time? She infiltrated all their favourite television shows with very "special" episodes dealing with the topic. Case in point; when Nancy visited the set of the '80s hit show Different Strokes. Watching Arnold (Gary Coleman) and Willis (Todd Bridges) try to buy drugs off of a young elementary kid is pretty awkward. The only thing that would have made this episode a classic is if Arnold would have approached Nancy with a "What you talking 'bout, First Lady?" Unfortunately, the opportunity wasn't seized.