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Old 09-23-2002, 04:24 PM   #46
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So Scot & Kathy Marshall were Garry's son & daughter? I always wondered about that. They were in other episodes weren't they?
The Amazing Randi is James Randi a real life magician who lectures about the occult & has a bet about ufo's, right?
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Yeah those were Gary Marshall's kids. James Randi was The Amazing Randi. He was the only guest star that I ever saw come to the writer's table. Not to write, just to hang out for a while with Walter Kempley and talk about magic tricks. I'm trying to remember how he did that radio trick. I think it folded up. That was a fun show to work on.
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Old 09-23-2002, 05:52 PM   #48
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Those kids were adorable...did Henry Winkler really love kids or something? He was always with kids, like on the magic show, and the show where he plays with that little boy who wears his leather jacket, and also the tonsils episode with those three kids, and the last episode of course where he adopts the little boy. Henry looked like he was great with kids...he was so cute with them, always playing with them, kissing them, and picking them up and stuff. Did Henry have any kids of his own do you know?
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Hello, yes, I remember the magic show. Walter Kempley was friends with The Amazing Randi. That is how they got him. Yes, there was an element of risk for Henry to do the milk can trick.
Inside the can was an large empty glass jar with a lid on it. You sit with it between your legs. When it is unscrewed it fills up with water enough to leave air for the person in the can to breathe. The risk factor was what if Henry could not get the lid off the jar once he was in there. So it was exciting for everyone! He did it once at dress rehearsal and was confident he could pull it off that night. I can remember seeing him come out of it and everyone in the booth was like, "Yes!" It was great.
I know the cast did their own tricks. I don't remember how The Amazing Randi made the radio disapear. Gary Marshall's kids were in that show too.
Another thing I remember about that show is Bobby Hoffman cast George Fenneman as the MC. and at that time George Fenneman and Tom Bosley had been rivals for broadcasting jobs.

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Yeah those were Gary Marshall's kids. James Randi was The Amazing Randi. He was the only guest star that I ever saw come to the writer's table. Not to write, just to hang out for a while with Walter Kempley and talk about magic tricks. I'm trying to remember how he did that radio trick. I think it folded up. That was a fun show to work on.

Really? Wow I Was Wondering Who Those Kids Where!

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I remember that Henry had a step son. He was on the set a few times. That is all I know. I can't remember his name. That kid is in his thirties now.
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Thanks Fonz.
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Old 09-25-2002, 08:46 AM   #52
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The radio trick was really amazing. I even slowed down the tape while watching the episode during that part, but couldn't notice anything out of the ordinary.

David, thanks for the info about Gary Marshall's kids being in the episode. I noticed a blooper at the end of the episode involving the kids - when they run out at the end to congratulate Fonzie after he gets out of the milk can, the girl almost slips & falls! (There must have been water on the floor due to the milk can trick). She catches herself at the last second - did you ever notice this before?

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Yeah, I remember that. They didn't want to do the scene over again. If I remember right Henry was not comfortable the second time in the milk can. I guess they didn't film the first try at the run thru.
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I noticed a blooper at the end of the episode involving the kids - when they run out at the end to congratulate Fonzie after he gets out of the milk can, the girl almost slips & falls! (There must have been water on the floor due to the milk can trick). She catches herself at the last second - did you ever notice this before?!

I Was Gonna Post The Same Thing! I Was Waching It Yesterday and Saw That!
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I Also Noticed A Mistake In Another Episode (I Can't Remember The Name Right Now) But Riche Was Playing The Saxophone, The Saxophone Was Playing, But Richie Didn't Start Playing It Till A Half A Second Later!
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Yes it was Out of the Blue-1979

This was called Who's Watching the Kids. Scott Baio was never on Out of the Blue.
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David, are you still out there? TV Land just aired "Potise Quits School." Some questions ...

1) Did you write the music & lyrics to the song "Pump Your Blood?" That was a fun musical sequence ... goofy, but it worked. Were you in any way involved in the choreography of that scene? Interesting use of instruments w/Richie on the harmonica, Lori Beth on the kazoo, ect. Fun stuff!

2) That guy who played the anatomy professor was one scary- looking dude ... made a good antagonist in the episode. Were involved in the casting in any way?

3) What was the deal w/Fonzie wearing those paper bags on his feet? :-)
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David, I'm not saying this because you post here, but "Potsie Quits School" was excellent! It was one of the best episodes. Plus it was one of the rare episodes where Potsie wasn't an idiot. And the scene where Fonzie wore the bags on his feet was very funny. Dang, the HD people should have hired you on.
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