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Old 01-20-2006, 01:42 PM   #16
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Default Episodes where the Fonz couldn't say I'M SORRY or I WAS WRONG ?

I really need to find it. can anyone help?

I'm s-s-s-sorry

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there are MANY of them, he said it in the episode TBS showed this week where he hired a mechanic in a wheelchair, also in the episode where Ralph joins the French Foreign Legion or whatever...
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there are MANY of them, he said it in the episode TBS showed this week where he hired a mechanic in a wheelchair, also in the episode where Ralph joins the French Foreign Legion or whatever...
the first one was #154- The Mechanic and I still havent found the 2nd one

in episode #160- The New Arnold's, when Fonzie and Al apologize to each other and agree to remain partner's in the new Arnold's
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Wait a minute. In the episode in which he tells Ralph to join the French Foreign Legion, he said he was "wrrrr" (wrong), not sorry.
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the first one was #154- The Mechanic and I still havent found the 2nd one

in episode #160- The New Arnold's, when Fonzie and Al apologize to each other and agree to remain partner's in the new Arnold's
ok, I just watched it again, and in "The New Arnold's" the Fonz definitely was a hard time saying "I was wr-wr-wr...." when he and Al make up - but he never tried to say "I'm sorry" (although I guess he did apologize, just using other words) in that episode.
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Episodes where the Fonz couldn't say "sorry" or "wrong"
Too many.

= One of the Reasons why I don't like Fonzie much!
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I forget the exact episode, but I remember one of the first episodes with the Fonz moved in up above the Cunninghams, I think the ep. had to do with Richie and Fonz's bike, don't remember the exact plot, but Fonzie couldn't say i'm sorry, or i think it was, i was wrrrrr...he was trying to say lol.. funny though
I'd like to be able to put together a list of every episode where the Fonz struggles with admitting that he is wrong here - the problem is that I keep forgetting about it!
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Yeah it's hard though, you have to go through every episode, maybe not even associated with the Fonz in the plot, and find it...it would take a long time and somebody extremely, extremely patient and willing to do all that lol...good luck tho fam
I've just been watching the eps as they air on WGN and I'll post them in here as I see them - unless someone else beats me to it!
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episode # 171 - Hello, Roger

after a series of mishaps and misunderstandings puts Roger and the Fonz and odds, Marion insists that they be adults about it and apologize, insisting that the Fonz go first;

Fonzie: "Alright look, I went a little nutso, alright. So the whole thing was my fuhvv-vu-vu... and I'm really suzz-zz-zzz-zzz. alright?"

Mrs C: "Alright Roger, now its your turn"

Roger: "Same here."
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did he ever say he was sorry or wrong plainly fonz had such n ego lol
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did he ever say he was sorry or wrong plainly fonz had such n ego lol
i know that there WERE times when he just apologized without hesitation, but never really admitted he was wrong without that stutter, I will make note of it if I can in here as well

#174 And the Winner Is...

after the Fonz goes up to the podium and starts giving his acceptance speech for the Teacher of the Year Award - that Roger won, he says to Al, "I just went up there and made a fuh-vv-vv-vv..." (he was trying to say "made a fool of myself")
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Yeah their were episodes where the Fonz clear cuttingly apologized lol. I can remember one vaguely, but the episode nor the name doesn't come to mind. I'm sure you'll think of it rob.
episode #176 - The Sixth Sense

after the Fonz wrongfully accuses the new cook Frankie of stealing his money, the Fonz says "I feel so low", and displays his disappointment in himself, but he never actually says that he was wrong, then he tells Roger,

Fonz: "Alright Roger, go ahead say it"
Roger: "Say what Fonzie?"
Fonz: "You know, go 'head - you can say it"
Roger: "I don't have to, I can see you're feeling bad enough"
Fonz: "Yah, you don't know how low I'm feelin', go 'head, say it."
Roger: "OK, you blew it."
Fonz: "HEY! Who told you to talk to me like that"
Roger: "Fonz, you told me to tell you..."
Fonz: "I didn't twist yer arm, did I?"

- after the Fonz is vindicated when it is discovered that Frankie the cook really WAS a thief because he stole the deposit money from the kitchen, Roger asks the Fonz to step aside to have a word with him,

Fonz: "What'd you like to talk about, Mr Professor?"
Roger: "uh, I'm sorry I doubted your sixth sense. I won't butt into your affairs any more."
Fonz: (lowers his voice) "Hey, you listen to me. This is just between you and me, alright?" *long pause* "I was heading toward a very bi-i-i-ig mistake, y'know, we're talkin' a humongous faux pas."
"That thing you said about innocent until proven guilty, you're right. Mum's the word.Thank you."
Roger: "Anytime Fonz."

*so while he DID make an admission of guilt, he didn't say it in so many words and he definitely skirted around actually SAYING that he was wrong (he just did it without the stuttering).
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OK - I FOUND ONE WHERE THE FONZ JUST STRAIGHT OUT APOLOGIZES!

#177 - It Only Hurts When I Smile

The Fonz is suffering through a bad toothache and refuses to see a dentist, he is eating dinner with the Cunninghams - steak and corn on the cob! As he struggles with it Marion insists that he see a dentist,

Marion: "Enough talk, I'm going to call Dr Harkensey's exchange right now"
Fonz: (angry and almost yelling) "Mrs C, look they are MY teeth, it is MY LIFE, why can't you let me live it!"

Marion looks over at the Fonz, visibly hurt.
Fonz: "I uh... I am very deeply sorry about snapping at you like that, I didn't mean to yell."
Marion: "well now, that's perfectly alright, it is your life, and if you choose to live it in agony that's your business, I'm sorry to be such a nuisance to you, "
Fonz: "Mrs C..."
Marion: "...I wont butt in again."
Fonz: (as he leaves) "Excuse me."
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episode # 182 - Fonzie Gets Shot

This episode revolves around different tellings of the story about how the Fonz got shot in the butt while he, Chachi, Roger and Potsie are spending the weekend at Potsie's uncle's cabin in the woods. When it starts the Fonz is ready to kill Potsie for shooting him, but by the end it turns out that it wasn't Potsie's gun, it was the one on the mantle that fell and went off accidentally, so Potsie asks for an apology:

Potsie: "Fonz, you know I been taking a lot uh abuse and... I really think I deserve uh apology."
Roger: "He's right Fonz."
Fonz: (begrudgingly) "Alright Potsie, uh... what I'm sayin' here is what people say when things like this do happen, y'know?"
Potsie: "aww thanks Fonz, that's all I wanted to hear"

*so he wasn't stuttering, but he did struggle with it*
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#188- Mother and Child Reunion

at the beginning of the episode, the Fonz's autoshop class 'takes over' the Cunninghams' living room, after the Fonz explains that they were supposed to go to his apartment and that they are going on a field trip to the junkyard, he says to Mrd C - without hesitation -

"I'm very sorry for the inconvenience" - seems like the Fonz has no problem apologizing to Mrs C.

later on in the episode the Fonz confronts the waitress Angela about his mother, he gets upset and 'loses it' a little while explaining how his mother walked out on him when he was only four years old, then he tries to apologize:

Fonz: "Listen Angela, I uh... I'm very suh-ss-ss-ss... I mean I was ruh-ruh-rrr-suh-ss-tuah... to yell like that. I didn't mean to let it out on you y'know, but sometimes my mouth its got a mind of its own."
Angela: "Forget it."
"Fonz: "Yeah..."

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