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Old 03-03-2016, 07:58 PM   #1
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Default Question about the 1982-83 season

Was Marion and Howard seen a lot during this season since Richie and Joanie were both gone?

Or did they have Fonzie visit them a lot to keep them in the script?
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Howard and Marion are in the 1982-83 quite often. Howard-Tom Bosley and Henry Winkler were in all 255 episodes. Yes this show was holding on by its fingertips by this the 10th season. It should have left after Ron Howards 7th season 1979-80.
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Don't forget KC replaced Joanie and she lived with the Cunninghams.
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Don't forget KC replaced Joanie and she lived with the Cunninghams.


KC was one of her friends?
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Howard and Marion are in the 1982-83 quite often. Howard-Tom Bosley and Henry Winkler were in all 255 episodes. Yes this show was holding on by its fingertips by this the 10th season. It should have left after Ron Howards 7th season 1979-80.


Well that explains it, I thought it would be no reason to see them until Sonbny just told me someone was living with the Cunninghams that season
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KC was one of her friends?
KC was Howard and Marion's niece.
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KC was Howard and Marion's niece.


How did they write KC in the script?
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How did they write KC in the script?
It's been awhile since I saw those episodes. I remember that her parents were away traveling and she moved in with the Cunninghams after Joanie left. She became friends with Jenny and many of the kids at Jefferson High. Then she left after Joanie and Chachi came back. I don't remember if they ever said what happened to her.
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It's been awhile since I saw those episodes. I remember that her parents were away traveling and she moved in with the Cunninghams after Joanie left. She became friends with Jenny and many of the kids at Jefferson High. Then she left after Joanie and Chachi came back. I don't remember if they ever said what happened to her.


That was my next question about the 1983-84 season but you answered
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Before she joined the cast albeit temporarily she was a student that Jennie started a rumor about because she was jealous of Joanies new friend. She was not K.C. Cunningham at the time.
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KC was one of her friends?
As Mikki, yes. Crystal's pre-KC Cunningham role in the previous season.

But as KC, she's Joanie's cousin. Like Roger and Flip are her, Richie, and Chuck's cousins.
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KC was in it, I think, just to fill the void because Richie, Ralph, Joanie and Chachi were all gone and KC was there to fill the teenage scene. Notice as soon as Joanie and Chachi came back, she along with Flip were gone.
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This show was filled with so many unneccassarys it is ridiculous. I could go on and on. The earlier years had a few like Chuck ad Sticks Downey but the later years this was par for the course.
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This show was filled with so many unneccassarys it is ridiculous. I could go on and on. The earlier years had a few like Chuck ad Sticks Downey but the later years this was par for the course.

The 82-83 season is the worst after Richie and Ralph left
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