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Old 10-20-2011, 05:16 AM   #1
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i always wanted to see fonzie finally find his real mother after all them years i saw mother and child reunion i think that schould of been his mother and we could of somehow found out and finally get the answers he been looking for all his life mabye introduce his new son danny to his grandma on last episoe that would of been special.
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Old 10-20-2011, 09:28 AM   #2
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That would have been great.
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Old 10-20-2011, 10:53 PM   #3
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yeah i know n finally live with his own family his mother his Brother and his adopoted son mabye move to California where Richie n his family live since everyone got lives of their own now. he can help out his own family,n bring Closure to Fonzie
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That'd be well good
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Interesting because they imply this might be his mother in Season 8 Episode 185 - "Mother and Child Reunion" Plot: Fonzie takes his auto-shop students on a field trip and meets a woman (Janis Paige) who may be his long-lost mother.

Fonz mentions a few times he's been on his own but the age changes in different episodes. Once he said since he was 12, then 6, then 4 years old. We all know his dad walked out on him and ran away to the Merchant Marines but his mom left him too? So he was raised by Grandma Nuesbaum.
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well i think that would have been cool,always liked ARTHUR,ARTHUR episode with the meeting of his brother and finding out about the death of his father they could have come up with something about his mother and closed that part of the FONZIE character but we can't have everything.i would have loved RALPH
and POTSIE and even ARNOLD to be on the series final but that didnt happen either.
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i know he schould of had family closure insp keep skipping that episode makes me so mad fonzie needed family closure
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That would have been awesome! I'm not a huge fan of Happy Days, meaning that although I do love the show I don't watch it much. But this would be a great idea for a fan fic. I'd definitely read something like this!
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yeah his mother can find out he adopoted that danny boy lol.and mabye find fonz confese she is his mother n he be in denial first.

all works out at the end,and having grown tired of many jobs take care of in milwaukee since everyone moved away

Fonz wil mabye move to california with his family for fresh new start.with his son mother,n brother,we his name was.

perfect ending for fonzie.
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Funny thing is, in Season 11 episode 237 Fonzie learns he has a long-lost brother (Michael Holden), who comes to Milwaukee with bad news that his father has died.

Is it me, or is something not lining up here? Fonzies brother is of the same mother or father or both? If the same mother, then problem solved right?
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I think Fonzie's brother was his half-brother by their father's 2nd marriage.
I never understood why he didn't get Grandma Nussbaum to confirm/refute the waitress's ID, though.
I think it would have been an excellent final episode in which Fonzie intro'd Danny to Grandma Nussbaum who then tracked down the waitress and told her that if she didn't quit avoiding being a parent to Fonzie and start being a grandmother to Danny, the waitress could. .. SIT ON IT[ and let that be the end so the audience could imagine whether she took her mother's/ ex-mother-in-law's words to heart].
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i would of liked to see MIS C tell her off as well kind of like,how MR.C told off the adopotion agency guy.what do you think.
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Yes giving Fonzie some closure would have been wonderful. I read that the woman Fonzie come to was his mother in that after he left the diner, she looked at a picture of him as a child. Don't remember that but it would have been good.

As for Fonzie's dad, I have always had this supsicion that the delivery man who delivered the package was Fonzie's dad wanting to see the son he deserted. If it was him then he was a coward as well.
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As for Fonzie's dad, I have always had this supsicion that the delivery man who delivered the package was Fonzie's dad wanting to see the son he deserted. If it was him then he was a coward as well.
There is no suspicion about it; that was his father. The note included with the package confirmed it.
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There is no suspicion about it; that was his father. The note included with the package confirmed it.

You are correct. In this episode Fonzie meets his real father, although he did not know it (at first). Read below:

Season 6 Episde 128 Aired on December 19, 1978. Plot: It is the festive season, and Fonzie refuses to accept a Christmas gift that has arrived from his estranged father. The delivery man who brought Fonzie the package enclosed a letter within the present that he's his father in case he does not have the courage to tell him face to face. His father did not tell him and Fonzie had to find out from the letter within the box after he had already left a day or so later. There was no phone number or any way he could contact him. I guess his father was curious about him, or maybe just wanted to make sure he grew up ok without him. Or maybe his father was feeling lonely, or emotional during Christmas that year? In this episode it says it is 1960 now.
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