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Old 06-29-2015, 08:54 PM   #16
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Erin had serious mental issues. Whether it was from childhood, drugs, schizophrenia or a combination I don't know. But all the other original cast members were lifelong friends so I'd believe them before her. And I've heard interviews with other cast members where they were pressed about Erin's bizarre behavior and they always defended her.

The interviews I posted are from more than twenty years ago, long before these problems began.
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In Henry Winkler's defense, Marion and Erin were both very good-looking women in several seasons of HD -- it would be very tempting to cross the line at least some. Have a look at Erin in her prime:



To me she looked particularly awesome in the late episode where, as a HS teacher, she has to fend off the advances of one of her students. Extremely hot.

As she alluded to, there's no question that Scott Baio went down on her. How many guys envy him for that experience...!
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In Henry Winkler's defense, Marion and Erin were both very good-looking women in several seasons of HD -- it would be very tempting to cross the line at least some. Have a look at Erin in her prime:

No doubt she became very sexy and good looking, but go listen again to the Howard Stern interview between 9:16 and 9:54 where she talks about Winkler. She says she was 14. The picture below is more representative of the version of Erin Moran that she's talking about. I hope she's very mistaken about the age!

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As she alluded to, there's no question that Scott Baio went down on her. How many guys envy him for that experience...

The Youtube recording did not include the whole interview. She summed up her encounters with him as "wham, bam, thank you ma'am." Maybe the full interview will surface again at some point.
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Default Erin Moran is TOTALLY NUTS!

IF I had to guess what REALLY happened between Erin Moran and Henry Winkler, Henry at MOST might have flirted with her but did NOT do anything more than that. He puts his arm around people a lot and is a very affectionate person. He still is this way, and someone could misconstrue this as something that is nothing. IF she is saying Henry tried to seduce her, than she is way off base, and creating an event in her own mind that never happened. She is nuts.

As far as what happened between her and Scott Baio, I saw HER talking with Scott on his reality show years ago, "Scott Baio 45 and single" and they both talked about when they dated each other in the late 70s early 80s. Scott spoke about his inexperience and how he dry humped her and it was over before it started. You can find the interview online if you look for it.

I never thought Erin was HOT, ever at any age. She at most, was a cute little girl once. That was about it.
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