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Old 04-17-2009, 11:28 PM   #1
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Default Favorite Happy Days Moments from the past 35 years?

Hey guys, this year marks 35 years sicne the debut of Happy Days

Happy Days made its debut on television on January 1974 on abc Primetime and the show would soon become a cult phenomenon

We were introduced to such characters as Richie, Mrs. C, Mr. C, Potsie, Ralph, Joanie, Arnold, Chachi and of course The Fonz

Happy Days left the air in May of 1984 and after 11 seasons, the show aired in reruns on syndication entitled Happy Days Again and it also aired on reruns on Cable TV such as TBS, N@N, TV Land and Superstation WGN (now known as WGN America)

To this day, Happy Days still remains as the longest running sitcom in the history of abc Primetime Television

Miller-Boyett, the producers of Happy Days went on to produce other hit TV comedies such as Bosom Buddies, Valerie/The Hogan Family, Perfect Strangers, Full House, Family Matters, Step By Step, Getting By and other comedies.

and abc has also aired 2 Reunion Specials of Happy Days

In 1992, they aired a 90 Minute Reunion of Happy Days, but w/o Erin Moran and in 2005, they aired another reunion show honoring 30 years of Happy Days which includes the actors who played Chuck Cunningham, the lost Cunningham.

and so, in honor of 35 years of the show, I would like to know

What are some of your favorite moments from Happy Days/Happy Days Again?

Please share some of your moments including some bloopers, sad moments and other funny and warm touching moments.

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Crazy One of my favorite moments

Like I said in my introduction post, one of my favorite episodes was "Richie Almost Dies" But when it comes to emotion one moment really stands out. It happened in the second part of the episode "Fonzie Loves Pinky" when her car got whacked by one of the Malachis' as she was climbing out onto the hood to try and fix her engine. As she was laying on the ground half concious, Fonzie jumped out of his car and took her in his arms. She gave him her scarf and after kissing her he promised that he would "take care of the Malachis' " After she was taken away in the ambulance, Fonzie brushed past Richie who wanted him to comment on tv, and got back into his car. And right before the green flag dropped for the re-start he squeezed her scarf and said "This is for you Pinky" I remember watching that episode, and even though I was probably all of 8 years old, I recall thinking 'I hope she's gonna be ok, and I also hope that Fonzie clobbers the Malachis' for what they did". Can you tell that I really got into it? Happy Days remained one of my all time favorite programs both in first run and syndication and still does to this day.
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Not to rain on your fond memories of that episode, but I thought that whole sequence was so incredible. Who climbs on to the hood of their car in the middle of a demolition derby? It was rediculous. Honestly, I thought this was worse than Fonzie jumping the shark.
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Some of my favorite 'Happy Days' episodes are from the era that most people don't like - the post Richie and Ralph episodes.

I must admit, I enjoyed the 2005 Reunion much more than the 1992 Reunion (mainly because Erin Moran was in the 2005 Reunion).
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Some of my favorite 'Happy Days' episodes are from the era that most people don't like - the post Richie and Ralph episodes.

I must admit, I enjoyed the 2005 Reunion much more than the 1992 Reunion (mainly because Erin Moran was in the 2005 Reunion).
A lot of my favorites are from the post Richie and Ralph episodes too.

I really like the one where Heather, Ashley's daughter gets hit by Flip and his friends because they were drunk. That is more of a serious episode, but it's one of my favorites.
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Default s6 ep122 The Claw Meets the Fonz

I always like this scene or scenario when they'd role play. Fonz looked really sharp in his mobster style suit and so did Richie, Ralph and Potsie. I wouldn't say it was my favorite episode but I did think this scenario was pretty cool.

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