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Old 05-11-2011, 10:22 PM   #1
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i was wondering anyone get any answers why hub not showing the remaining last few episodes of last season of Happy days and started from season one i would really like to know thanks
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Old 05-11-2011, 10:41 PM   #2
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who knows, but I'm hoping that they'll keep airing the show long enough to show them next time around
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Old 05-11-2011, 11:55 PM   #3
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who knows, but I'm hoping that they'll keep airing the show long enough to show them next time around

quick reply not working again i wanted see last one so bad mean the scene with mr c telling off the adopotion agency off when fonzie couldnt adopt that little boy danny was the best scene of the show.

guess no reason for us to keep recording since i got 4 seasons on dvd but this is a waste thought they have good explantion for what they doing to the most classic show in the 70s

one when cunninghams moving is sad but good episode
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I might be mistaken on this as far as the episodes go but here it goes. I think the episodes that are skipped during the Mon-Thurs. 8-9 pm hour are being played on the weekends at 2:30 am. If you notice on Sat. morning at 2:30 am and Sun. & Mon. morning at 2:30 am, they show Happy Days episodes but I think they show ones that they dont show during the week.

For ex., the episode when Arnold got married didnt air during the week, I dont think, but aired during that early morning time slot. I just saw an episode where Ralph fought Rebel in a boxing match and I dont think that was on during the week.

Has anyone else noticed this?
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I might be mistaken on this as far as the episodes go but here it goes. I think the episodes that are skipped during the Mon-Thurs. 8-9 pm hour are being played on the weekends at 2:30 am. If you notice on Sat. morning at 2:30 am and Sun. & Mon. morning at 2:30 am, they show Happy Days episodes but I think they show ones that they dont show during the week.

For ex., the episode when Arnold got married didnt air during the week, I dont think, but aired during that early morning time slot. I just saw an episode where Ralph fought Rebel in a boxing match and I dont think that was on during the week.

Has anyone else noticed this?

nope one with ralph was a good one though il have to check it out stil no excuse for just doing what they did though hope they do show them be taken forever to get to the last season considering it was on a very long time
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Has anyone else noticed this?

I didnt really notice this with Happy Days so much but I did notice it with Family Ties they skipped a couple episodes the first time around but showed them on the weekend airings and are now showing them on the second run through. I am hoping I get my Metv soon and if they keep it on Sundays long enough maybe get some Happy Days airings with out the end credits butchered up.
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I just watched the finale "Passages" on youtube . All the other "missing episodes" are there also, fortunately.
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Good to know. There's probably a more than a few season eleven episodes I missed due to work and not having a VCR back then.
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the made sure they showed the WONDER YEARS final but purposely skipped the last happy days,i wrote them and the wrote some back like the hub carefully airs each episode to make it the most enjoyable for the viewer or some crap like that.yeah well why are so many people pissed they skipped PASSAGES.
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the made sure they showed the WONDER YEARS final but purposely skipped the last happy days,i wrote them and the wrote some back like the hub carefully airs each episode to make it the most enjoyable for the viewer or some crap like that.yeah well why are so many people pissed they skipped PASSAGES.


Yeah, I got that same generic response that really says nothing from them too. On one hand, I'm glad they are showing these older shows, but why play around. Just show them all from beginning to end and don't skip any. There's no reason to overcomplicate things.
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the made sure they showed the WONDER YEARS final but purposely skipped the last happy days,i wrote them and the wrote some back like the hub carefully airs each episode to make it the most enjoyable for the viewer or some crap like that.yeah well why are so many people pissed they skipped PASSAGES.


They want to make each episode enjoyable for the viewer....so i guess in the "A Night at the Circus Episode," where KC talks about playing Monopoly and they mute out the word "Monoploy," or the episode later one where the family is playing it and they fuzz it out....they think the viewer will be offended by this classic board game

sorry I Couldn't resist...that was just so lame when they did that
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