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Old 06-22-2017, 04:28 AM   #16
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Old 06-22-2017, 04:31 AM   #17
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Though I like KC. She's so cute.
I agree. Though I believe the only reason they had Flip and KC on H Days was to fill in for Joanie and Chachi as they weren't in that season other than making guest appearances in some eps. But as soon as Erin Moran and Scott Baio returned in the final season, they just let Crystal Bernard and Billy Warlock go.
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Am I the only one who thinks this idea is insane, as well as insulting to the fans of the real Happy Days?

Why, why, why can't Hollywood stop this unoriginal cannibalizing of old shows and make NEW good ones? Doesn't anyone have a good idea anymore?
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Am I the only one who thinks this idea is insane, as well as insulting to the fans of the real Happy Days?

Why, why, why can't Hollywood stop this unoriginal cannibalizing of old shows and make NEW good ones? Doesn't anyone have a good idea anymore?
No, some people, like myself, think a reboot is a good idea if that's what you're talking about. And some people think it's not as good as the original. But everyone is entitled to their own opinion which is why we vote. So I'm sure you're not alone with your opinion.
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No, some people, like myself, think a reboot is a good idea if that's what you're talking about. And some people think it's not as good as the original. But everyone is entitled to their own opinion which is why we vote. So I'm sure you're not alone with your opinion.

Nowhere in my post did I imply that you, or anyone else, was not entitled to their opinion.
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I'm puzzled as to why the article about recasting referred to Marion as "ditzy." I don't think that's an accurate description at all. She's very level-headed and smart. Did this person really watch the series?

Anyway, I suspect that for a new HD or L & S, Marshall would push for any actors in his own family to get roles (like his grandchildren?).
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Nowhere in my post did I imply that you, or anyone else, was not entitled to their opinion.
Sorry, didn't mean to accuse you of implying that. I only meant that I'm sure that you're not the only one who thinks that this idea is insane and insulting.
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Sorry, didn't mean to accuse you of implying that. I only meant that I'm sure that you're not the only one who thinks that this idea is insane and insulting.

Thanks for the explanation. I posted that because it seemed like all other thread posts were in favor of the show. Absolutely their right to feel that way; I was just surprised there were no naysayers.
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I doubt a reboot will happen now that Mr. Marshall has passed away.
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Thanks for the explanation. I posted that because it seemed like all other thread posts were in favor of the show. Absolutely their right to feel that way; I was just surprised there were no naysayers.
Welcome. Of course. And I also meant it as just a reminder when I said that we all have a right to our own opinions.
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REALLY hoping this doesn't happen. I have little faith in modern "Hollywood" very few remakes/reboots, etc. can hold a candle to the originals.
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Eh, if it does happen I doubt either reboot could be any worse than the dire last few seasons of either show.
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