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Old 02-19-2013, 01:12 AM   #1
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Default Pathetic Fonzie Moment in this season 7 episode

The episode when the guy was in the wheelchair and was saying everything negative about the garage and the Fonzie runs to grab a guy in a wheelchair so he can punch him?????????? LOL

This was a very odd moment for Fonzie. And then Fonzie thinks it's ok to punch him once he sits in a wheelchair?

Fonzie FAILED big time in this episode
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I dont think Fonzie failed. I think he just got so mad at the guy, that he couldnt take it anymore. He was almost goading the Fonz to hit him.


Btw, speaking of Season 7, a couple of things. They have been using 2 different openings for season 7. One in which Joanie is a little younger and the other is when she has her hair up. Has anybody noticed this?

Have you also noticed that they skipped the episode of Arnold's being burned down?The first episode that I saw with the new Arnold's is when they had the unvailing. Also, in the camping episode, there was more dialogue that they cut out. When they all leave the camp ground shouting for Al and Chachi, the show ended. But other times that I have seen the episode, you see Richie and Fonzie at home and Joanie is there and I guess Richie starts dictating to the Fonz like they were at the campground and Fonzie said something to the effect of "Rich, we are home now." and thats how it ended.
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I dont think Fonzie failed. I think he just got so mad at the guy, that he couldnt take it anymore. He was almost goading the Fonz to hit him.


Btw, speaking of Season 7, a couple of things. They have been using 2 different openings for season 7. One in which Joanie is a little younger and the other is when she has her hair up. Has anybody noticed this?

Have you also noticed that they skipped the episode of Arnold's being burned down?The first episode that I saw with the new Arnold's is when they had the unvailing. Also, in the camping episode, there was more dialogue that they cut out. When they all leave the camp ground shouting for Al and Chachi, the show ended. But other times that I have seen the episode, you see Richie and Fonzie at home and Joanie is there and I guess Richie starts dictating to the Fonz like they were at the campground and Fonzie said something to the effect of "Rich, we are home now." and thats how it ended.

Fonzie should have never let someone in a wheelchair get him that mad that he wanted to fight
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that guy was a jerk and would have been better off if someone had punched him
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that guy was a jerk and would have been better off if someone had punched him

Yeah he was going out of his way to be a A$$ but in that situation Fonzie has to laugh it off
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I dont think Fonzie failed.
No, it's really lame to get yourself so worked up that you're ready to physically assault a handicapped person. Fonzie did fail big time.
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The guy was an ass but I think when he first went to the shop to meet Fonzie, Fonzie never saw the guy in the wheelchair.
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