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Old 03-18-2015, 12:50 AM   #1
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Icon15 Confused About HD Episode on S6

ok im confused happy days season 6 dvd got episode Christmas time I thought it was on the 3nd season also had S6 opening intro
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"Christmas Time" is from the sixth season. What season do you think it was from? You say "3nd" but do you mean second or third? The second-season Christmas episode was "Guess Who's Coming to Christmas" while there was no Christmas episode in the third season.
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i thought it was from 3rd season or so everyone looks younger In that one I was bit confused that all so thought I would ask.anyway one of my favorite episodes of the series.
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"Christmas Time" is from the sixth season. What season do you think it was from? You say "3nd" but do you mean second or third? The second-season Christmas episode was "Guess Who's Coming to Christmas" while there was no Christmas episode in the third season.
Actually, there was a Christmas episode in the 3rd season although the main plot has nothing to do with the holiday. "Tell It To The Marines." Because it has a scene where Fonzie and the girls were taking Christmas pictures at Arnold's which was actually closed when Richie came and told him that he should talk Ralph out of joining the Marines which was what that ep. was actually about.
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There's a season 4 episode which the Cunningham's had Christmas decorations in the house. Richie and Howard were bringing in a tree. It's called 'Richie Branches Out' where he wanted to meet the girl on the poster. He got caught up in the Christmas tree at Arnold's, pretty funny.
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I remember that one everyone thought he was crazy for falling in love wth a poster n thought lens cap was on lol ended up being off.
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I remember that one everyone thought he was crazy for falling in love wth a poster n thought lens cap was on lol ended up being off.
Yeah, Angela. Did you know that Paulette Breen who portrayed her died? It's on another thread of this message board. May she RIP.
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Yeah, Angela. Did you know that Paulette Breen who portrayed her died? It's on another thread of this message board. May she RIP.
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Here's the thread:
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Season4 Episode 11 = A couple of weeks before Christmas, Richie falls in love with a girl on a cola advertising poster. The gang pretend to be filming a commercial in order for Richie to try to meet her.
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I know that sad to wonder what the cause was that is the 2nd time a gf of Richie's died the first one who potsie said gave hickies and liked to kiss etc episode all the way I forgot carry name.may they both rip.
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A couple of things may have confused you.

There is the season 2 episode where Fonzie comes for Christmas (which is the episode that truly jumped Winkler's character into a sincere situation that eventually won the fans hearts)....this is episode is then remembered/repeated in a season 4 episode (Fonzie is telling the story to Al).
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A couple of things may have confused you.

There is the season 2 episode where Fonzie comes for Christmas (which is the episode that truly jumped Winkler's character into a sincere situation that eventually won the fans hearts)....this is episode is then remembered/repeated in a season 4 episode (Fonzie is telling the story to Al).
I think it was also repackaged in Season 3 and in that one Fonzie's was telling the story to Arnold.
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that what I was talking about and both times fonzie telling story to al has not been on the dvd.just regular ones on season 2 and one I was talking about on here season 6.

wish it be back on reruns by now
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Can someone elaborate on this a little more? What is meant by "Talking to Arnold" and "Taking to Al?" What exactly is being said?

I know on the Season 3 DVD there is the 2nd Anniversary Episode which includes Arnold

On the Season 4 DVD there is the 3rd Anniversary Episode which includes Al

I have these as store bought dvds and dvds I purchased off of ioffer, which may contain the aired versions. I'd like to look at them and see if I have both version you guys are talking about here.

So what should I be looking for? Is there a certain spot in the episodes where Fonzie is talking to Arnold about something and then in a later episode talking to Al about the same thing?

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Can someone elaborate on this a little more? What is meant by "Talking to Arnold" and "Taking to Al?" What exactly is being said?

I know on the Season 3 DVD there is the 2nd Anniversary Episode which includes Arnold

On the Season 4 DVD there is the 3rd Anniversary Episode which includes Al

I have these as store bought dvds and dvds I purchased off of ioffer, which may contain the aired versions. I'd like to look at them and see if I have both version you guys are talking about here.

So what should I be looking for? Is there a certain spot in the episodes where Fonzie is talking to Arnold about something and then in a later episode talking to Al about the same thing?

Thanks,
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He was never talking to Arnold at all. There is the season 2 episode that is repeated in Season 4 with a segment in the beginning with Fonzie is telling Al about him going the Cunninghams for Christmas. Al is reluctant because he was new to the neighborhood then, but then Fonzie reassures him how great the Cunninghams are and welcomes him to come for X-Mas. then he tells the season 2 story and we see the repeated episode.
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He was never talking to Arnold at all. There is the season 2 episode that is repeated in Season 4 with a segment in the beginning with Fonzie is telling Al about him going the Cunninghams for Christmas. Al is reluctant because he was new to the neighborhood then, but then Fonzie reassures him how great the Cunninghams are and welcomes him to come for X-Mas. then he tells the season 2 story and we see the repeated episode.

Thanks for clearing that up. So what is the issue? Is that season 4 episode not included on the season 4 DVD? Or is just the beginning part missing? I am assuming the season 2 episode is "Guess who's coming for Christmas" Is it called the same thing in season 4 or something different?
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