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Old 04-18-2011, 03:48 PM   #1
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Default WELCOME HOME RICHIE PT 1&PT 2 air thurday april 21st on the hub

if you never saw this two check them out thursday at 8pm on the hub well worth your time
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Old 04-18-2011, 07:29 PM   #2
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if you never saw this two check them out thursday at 8pm on the hub well worth your time

Someone on the IMDB boards suggest they might not air this episode because Richie punches Fonzie.. Let's see if they even air that bar scene.
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Old 04-19-2011, 07:45 PM   #3
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Someone on the IMDB boards suggest they might not air this episode because Richie punches Fonzie.. Let's see if they even air that bar scene.


They had better air it! rate it tv-14 if they must if it was OK in 1983, why not 2011?
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They had better air it! rate it tv-14 if they must if it was OK in 1983, why not 2011?
Because The Hub is a kids/family channel, and they avoid anything controversial or offensive.
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I just looked at the Zap2it schedule, yes they are airing 'Kiss me Teach'..

As the Fonz would say: Whooooooaaaaaa!!!
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I just looked at the Zap2it schedule, yes they are airing 'Kiss me Teach'..

As the Fonz would say: Whooooooaaaaaa!!!
if they are airing that one then they should have no problem airing welcome home
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if they are airing that one then they should have no problem airing welcome home

But they should have had no problem airing 'Richie Almost Dies'.
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But they should have had no problem airing 'Richie Almost Dies'.


they skipped over several episodes from that era (mostly season 5), I don't think it was content-related.
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they skipped over several episodes from that era (mostly season 5), I don't think it was content-related.

Yeah, I think it was just the way they wanted to do it. Hopefully when they go in Season 5 again they do some of the episodes some of us wanted to see.. Sooo wanna see Marion dress as a dancer and Howard and Fonzie fight for girls in Marion's day dream.
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its on the their listing check it out
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Default well they aired it

so i guess the part where rich hits fondue wasn't to violent for the hub.
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Wow,

I had seen these episodes before, but they are SUCH a great throwback to the original series (not the last 4 seasons of "spinoff" as I refer to it). The actors, writing, and characters are ALL excellent, especially compared to everything we've seen in the last 4 years with Roger, Flip, K.C.. .. we're reminded of how good the show USED to be. It was really nice to see pretty much the original cast with Richie, Ralph, Fonzie, and Postsie especially back together, and not have Potsie as just an afterthought character. These 2 episodes really felt almost like a finale episode, and SURELY was at least the proper send off for Richie and Ralph that never happened previously. Man, what a sight for sore eyes these episodes were, really a throwback to the glory days.
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Wow,

I had seen these episodes before, but they are SUCH a great throwback to the original series (not the last 4 seasons of "spinoff" as I refer to it). The actors, writing, and characters are ALL excellent, especially compared to everything we've seen in the last 4 years with Roger, Flip, K.C.. .. we're reminded of how good the show USED to be. It was really nice to see pretty much the original cast with Richie, Ralph, Fonzie, and Postsie especially back together, and not have Potsie as just an afterthought character. These 2 episodes really felt almost like a finale episode, and SURELY was at least the proper send off for Richie and Ralph that never happened previously. Man, what a sight for sore eyes these episodes were, really a throwback to the glory days.
i remember when the eps first aired on abc they promoted them as happy days just like the good old days
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I really liked this episode. I was smiling through most of it.
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Old 04-23-2011, 03:53 PM   #15
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thats why these two episodes are my personal favorites.and surprisingly they were not chopped up to bad.the editing was good.wish we could have dvd releases of these episodes but everyone knows that story.
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