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Old 03-02-2015, 11:10 AM   #31
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This is the look he should have went with...

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Fonz did a few episodes after Rich & Ralph left the show and looked even worse out of his leather jacket though.
With the exception of the bunny costume and robe, he looked good in the other 3 costumes.
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They should have just ended the show when Ron Howard and Donny Most left.
Actually, maybe they should have ended it after the fire. When they rebuilt it, it looked like an English Pub instead of the greatness it used to be.

The Arnold's fire was symbolic to me: It was the end of the original show. Ron & Donny appeared in an episode or two in the new Arnold's, but were gone after that.

Ironically, the last season seven episode aired was one shot before the fire. Kind of weird to have Arnolds burn down, only to have it "back" a couple of episodes later.
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The Arnold's fire was symbolic to me: It was the end of the original show. Ron & Donny appeared in an episode or two in the new Arnold's, but were gone after that.

Ironically, the last season seven episode aired was one shot before the fire. Kind of weird to have Arnolds burn down, only to have it "back" a couple of episodes later.


Guess they wanted a new Arnold's for the new era of the show
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Guess they wanted a new Arnold's for the new era of the show

If season seven comes out on DVD, it's likely that will be the last season I'll buy.
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When the show started was it set in the 50's? that would mean when the show ended in the 80's the time period on the show itself was the 60's, did the show ever reference any of the events of those decades?
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If season seven comes out on DVD, it's likely that will be the last season I'll buy.


Makes sense because that;s the season I stop watching the show when it;s in syndication
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When the show started was it set in the 50's? that would mean when the show ended in the 80's the time period on the show itself was the 60's, did the show ever reference any of the events of those decades?
When the series started, it was circa 1955. When it ended, it was circa 1965. I know they had an entire episode centered around the 1956 Presidential election. There probably were other events mentioned, but that's all I can think of off the top of my head.
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When the series started, it was circa 1955. When it ended, it was circa 1965. I know they had an entire episode centered around the 1956 Presidential election. There probably were other events mentioned, but that's all I can think of off the top of my head.

In season seven, there's an episode where Al is fretting over his business and the guys try to come up with ideas to bring the kids back.

Potsie says "We'll get President Kennedy to come and dance with the girls."

So clearly the show had transitioned to the '60s by that point.

That's the episode where Arnolds burned down.
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