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Old 10-01-2008, 12:17 AM   #16
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That is true, the gang episode was good, and it fit because it's a flashback, but they could of worked with more, starting the show like that. Although I like how the show started so I don't know.
Like on Laverne and Shirley a year later when they had a flashback episode of when they first moved into that apartment on Knapp Street. When I first saw that episode on syndication years ago, I thought those were old footages from a pilot ep and that Laverne and Shirley were younger with longer hair till I disappointedly realized that this flashback sequence was just for that ep. just like this Happy Days flashback ep. when Richie met Fonzie, and that the girls' longer hair were just wigs. LOL! Plus, L&S is just a Happy Days spinoff.
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:53 PM   #18
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Thanks so much for that information! Now if they'd only hurry up and get the rest of the series on DVD!

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Season 5 Episode 107 aired "February 21, 1978" Titled "Our Gang" When Chachi arrives at Arnold's wearing a gang jacket, Richie tells him the story of how he first met the Fonz, who was involved with a gang, to try to illustrate to Chachi that gangs are nothing but trouble.
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The only problem I have with this episode is I wished they shot it SOONER. Fonz was starting to get noticably fat (or maybe not fat but soft or flabby) and looked much older than he did in season 1. I guess the difference being 29 years old and 36 years old is HUGE! Plus your now making some money and can eat better thus the term "starving actor".
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Season 5 Episode 107 aired "February 21, 1978" Titled "Our Gang" When Chachi arrives at Arnold's wearing a gang jacket, Richie tells him the story of how he first met the Fonz, who was involved with a gang, to try to illustrate to Chachi that gangs are nothing but trouble.
Watch it here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uV-lbx-IDgI

The only problem I have with this episode is I wished they shot it SOONER. Fonz was starting to get noticably fat (or maybe not fat but soft or flabby) and looked much older than he did in season 1. I guess the difference being 29 years old and 36 years old is HUGE! Plus your now making some money and can eat better thus the term "starving actor".
Plus, there was a scene at the Cunningham house which is not the original model but the familiar model with the front door on the righthand side, so I figured it was a flashback just for that ep., not the real thing.
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