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Old 03-27-2011, 06:22 PM   #1
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Lol I Would Have Loved To See Joanie And Chichi s Wedding End At Arnolds

I Would Have Loved To See Joanie And Chichi s Wedding End At Arnolds because thats were everybody mostly hung out especially through all of the seasons , it was cool at the cunninghams house, but to me Arnolds would have been better
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I Would Have Loved To See Joanie And Chichi s Wedding End At Arnolds because thats were everybody mostly hung out especially through all of the seasons , it was cool at the cunninghams house, but to me Arnolds would have been better
Arnold's would have been a perfect place for the wedding reception. Having the wedding in the Cunningham's backyard was fine but they should have had the reception at Arnold's (Fonzie and Big Al's as it was called in later season's).
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Arnold's would have been a perfect place for the wedding reception. Having the wedding in the Cunningham's backyard was fine but they should have had the reception at Arnold's (Fonzie and Big Al's as it was called in later season's).
Yeah, that's true.. But.. what about Danny? How would the boss know where to go if he wanted Fonzie to be a father?

I do have to admit, could it be possible that Ralph or Potsie were looking after Richie Jr. and the baby?

Sorry but, they arrive late? What kind of writing is that?
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Yes it may have complicated the Danny storyline but I think the writers could have dealt with it. It just seems that with so many scenes having taken place in Arnold's/Fonzie and Big Al's over the course of the series having the final scene of the episode there would have been a great way end the show.
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