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Old 11-03-2008, 05:57 AM   #16
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They could have ended it like American Graffiti. Just having text on screen explaining what happens to the characters in the future,

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Old 11-03-2008, 10:04 PM   #17
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You are so right, Avilos

When I first wrote that I was partly joking. Because remember in American Graffiti we learn that two of the characters die!!! I would never really want to learn that about any of the Happy Days gang.

But its still a good idea without bad news. It would have been cool to learn if Joanie and Chachi had kids at the end of Passages. Or if Richie had a successful movie career.
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Old 11-04-2008, 08:24 AM   #18
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for me Richie will succeed just as Ron Howard, Joanie and Chacha have a son and NOT ONLY danny will be a 2th Fonzie
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Happy days was stil good evan without richie I like the later seasons better peole id not whatch the show because of richie they whatedit becase of fonzie and yu o jersk that are acting like babies Idont emn to call peole names but you guys should be Happy thathe sohw alsted 11 yers becase most sohws quit after the 8th or 7th season you guys should be Happy fonzeo wss the mos poulr chareter not richie Ithnk if fonze had left thna they would haveto cancel the sow
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You are calling us babies???!!!!!

LOL!

I can barely read your post! Are you 6 years old??? DO you know how to type in actual sentences? Ever heard of a thing called a "period"? Plus you go into this rant just because some people have different taste than you!

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disagree Itihnk its ghoood that happy days aled 11 yeras peole id not whatch the sohw becase ofrichie they whacedit becas of fonzie your luky mos shows qut afterthe 7th or 8th sesons
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That's exactly what I was thinking. Just pictures and a description of what they all went on to do.

I agree - it should have ended in 1980 when Ron left the show.
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disagree Itihnk its ghoood that happy days aled 11 yeras peole id not whatch the sohw becase ofrichie they whacedit becas of fonzie your luky mos shows qut afterthe 7th or 8th sesons


I disagree. I think its good that Happy Days lasted 11 years. People did not watch the show because of Richie they watched it because of Fonzie. Your lucky, most shows quit after the 7th or 8th seasons.

That's better....

I happen to like both Richie and the Fonz. I liked the latter seasons. But it was never as good as when it was Richie and The Fonz together. But thats just my opinion.
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That's exactly what I was thinking. Just pictures and a description of what they all went on to do.

I agree - it should have ended in 1980 when Ron left the show.
I like that idea, too. I do think it would've been fun to see Joanie and Chachi as parents trying to handle a kid. Howard and Marion would've been fun as hands on grandparents (since Richie and his family lived out of the country, and then in California).
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I like that idea, too. I do think it would've been fun to see Joanie and Chachi as parents trying to handle a kid. Howard and Marion would've been fun as hands on grandparents (since Richie and his family lived out of the country, and then in California).


But they could have done that on Joanie Loves Chachi anyway - just did the spinoff a little earlier. When the show first started, the focus was on Ritchie and his gang, then more and more Fonzi was the "star" and as much as I loved the Fonz, he took over far too much - and in a wierd "parental" role too.

I couldn't stand the other characters they brought in. The show just wasn't Happy Days anymore. They didn't seem to pay attention to detail on the sets and that as much either - they were sporting 70s hairdos but it was supposed to be the mid to late 60s by that point.
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Hey Avilos, don't pay Attention to that Person. (S)He isn't worth it.
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They could have ended it like American Graffiti. Just having text on screen explaining what happens to the characters in the future,

I agree that HD should have ended after season 7. I stopped watching it after that season anyway. My favorite seasons were 1 & 2. I also loved seasons 3 & 4, but thought it went slowly downhill after ChaChi came aboard and Al replaced Arnold.
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I still like all seasons of HD. The later shows weren't as good as the show was in its prime but it was still better than most sitcoms then on the air. I watched it up till the final episode.
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I still like all seasons of HD. The later shows weren't as good as the show was in its prime but it was still better than most sitcoms then on the air. I watched it up till the final episode.

Happy Days is one of my favorite series ever. Having said that, I remember that after I quit watching the show after the 7th season, I happened by chance to check out an episode in maybe the 9th or 10th season. It was about Potsie having difficulty in a college course so he memorized the material by putting it into song. It was wretched.

In the end, I did watch the series finale to put closure to a much treasured show.
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Happy Days is one of my favorite series ever. Having said that, I remember that after I quit watching the show after the 7th season, I happened by chance to check out an episode in maybe the 9th or 10th season. It was about Potsie having difficulty in a college course so he memorized the material by putting it into song. It was wretched.

In the end, I did watch the series finale to put closure to a much treasured show.
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