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Old 04-07-2011, 10:32 AM   #16
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I liked Jenny and Ashley. Heather was cute but could be a little annoying. Flip and K.C. were just bland substitutes for Joanie and Chachi.
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Old 04-07-2011, 12:14 PM   #17
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Flip and K.C. were just bland substitutes for Joanie and Chachi.

BINGO!! At least Billy Warlock and Crystal Bernard went on to bigger and better things.
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I didn't mind Roger, Flip, Jenny or K.C. Ashley was okay, but Heather was annoying. Leather was a lot more likeable than Pinky was (I couldn't stand Pinky).
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I liked Leather a lot, too. How many episodes was Suzi Quatro on?
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I liked Leather a lot, too. How many episodes was Suzi Quatro on?
Suzi Quatro appeared in 7 episodes of Happy Days starting with the two-parter that introduced her character in the fall of 1977 until her final appearance in the spring of 1979 in the episode in which she was Ralph Malph's date for a college dance.
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Id have to say my least favorite would be Eugene and the rest of the students I never cared for them much.
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Old 04-14-2011, 07:01 PM   #22
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Leather and Pinky were not post-Ritchie/Ralph characters. Why do we keep talking about them?
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i can take roger in small doses but i really never liked kc
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the 5th season is when they started the push to add more major characters - all of the pre-season promos were full of hype about the new cast members Pinky and Sticks, it almost seemed like they were preparing for someone to leave - but of course the viewers didn't really like those characters too much.
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Probably Roger since he was added as a OBVIOUS REPLACEMENT for Richie which made his addition hard to accept
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Let's face it: In the final analysis, all the post-Richie/Ralph add-on characters were pretty bad or at the very least, pale imitations of their predecessors.

I've said it a zillion times before and I'll say it again: Happy Days should have had it's finale at the end of the 1979-1980 season. Even with Richie and Ralph still part of the group, the show was starting to show signs of old age.

And 1980-1984 was the slow death, creatively speaking, of a once-great show to me.
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Eugene and Melvin Belvin. both were nerds but at least Eugene tried to be funny.
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Roger. Nothing against Ted McGinley but I couldn't stand his character. I also think KC, the Belvins and Flip were useless additions.
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