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View Poll Results: Boned When...
Fonzie Jumped The Shark - Lame Attempt To Reinvigorate Show 4 12.50%
Richie and Ralph - Lost Two Central Characters 12 37.50%
Filmed Before Studio Audience - Suddenly All The Performers Screamed Their Lines 6 18.75%
Day 1 0 0%
New Characters, Later Seasons - Roger, KC, Flip, Jenny Picalo, etc. 4 12.50%
Al Delvecchio - Yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah... 0 0%
Singing - Potsie sounds like the whitest person in the world 2 6.25%
Never Boned 3 9.38%
Exit Stage Left...Chuck Cunningham 1 3.13%
Ralph's Parents Divorce - Beginning of the end. 70s themes in 50s show. 0 0%
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Old 12-25-2015, 04:45 PM   #61
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whgy are you so Down on Happy days it Got better Becauase of FOnzie you idioits
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I will only get the first season and avoid the rest.
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I in hindsight liked the early Fonzie of season 1 and 2. He was more realistic instead of ridiculous. He was good with the girls but was not surrounded by a dozen girls. Also in the episode were Potsies bike gets stolen by The Dukes he brings several toughs to back him up. Yes he was more of the strong silent type.
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I in hindsight liked the early Fonzie of season 1 and 2. He was more realistic instead of ridiculous. He was good with the girls but was not surrounded by a dozen girls. Also in the episode were Potsies bike gets stolen by The Dukes he brings several toughs to back him up. Yes he was more of the strong silent type.
Exactly!! The first 2 years were very realistic before it went off into fantasy.
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Exactly!! The first 2 years were very realistic before it went off into fantasy.
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Exactly!! The first 2 years were very realistic before it went off into fantasy.


People watch TV for fantasy, not reality. Do you really think that there is a house someplace in private life where people scheme to vote each other out so someone will give them $500,000? Or an Englishman who insults people that can't sing? Fonzie's talents were fantasies for people that couldn't snap their fingers and have all the pretty girls crowd around them.
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Exactly!! The first 2 years were very realistic before it went off into fantasy.

I look at Happy Days as being two different shows with the same name.

One took place for seasons one and two. And the rest took place during seasons three through eleven.
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People watch TV for fantasy, not reality. Do you really think that there is a house someplace in private life where people scheme to vote each other out so someone will give them $500,000? Or an Englishman who insults people that can't sing? Fonzie's talents were fantasies for people that couldn't snap their fingers and have all the pretty girls crowd around them.

Great argument, comparing Happy Days to reality shows. Obviously people who prefer the first 2 seasons of Happy Days think reality shows are real.
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People watch TV for fantasy, not reality. Do you really think that there is a house someplace in private life where people scheme to vote each other out so someone will give them $500,000? Or an Englishman who insults people that can't sing? Fonzie's talents were fantasies for people that couldn't snap their fingers and have all the pretty girls crowd around them.

I've said it before and I'll say it again, there's no such thing as a "reality show."
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