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Old 10-21-2002, 02:57 AM   #121
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I Have A Question, How Do You Spell Richie's Ha Ha Ha's? Do You Know? Is It Spelled Hah Ha ha?




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Old 10-21-2002, 09:25 AM   #122
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I think they got along well but probably not as well as thier characters did. Everyone had thier own lives and families etc.
It is just like working with people on your job. It's a job.
They just happen to be on TV. I think Ha ha ha was spelled Ha ha ha if I remember right. I know Ah was spelled Ah. Whoa was spelled Whoa. Later, Whoa.
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Oh cool..thanks! Oh wow..so who got along best?
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Yeah, who got a long best?

Oh, and David77, do oyu know what Anson Williams and Donny Most were like offscreen when not playing Ralph and Potsie?
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From my view point I would say Ron & Henry got along best.
Donny Most was serious. Anson was most like his Character than anyone else in my opinion. I didn't get to know them personally really. These are just my observations.
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How did Anson and Donny get a long? I know they got along extremely well as Ralph and Potsie, but how did they get alnog offscreen, whne not playing my two favorite characters, Ralph and Potsie?

And, did Anson and Donny ever break character while being Ralph and Potsie cause their characters are so goofy and silly that whne one of them said a line, they both broke character? Did that ever happen?
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David, did you do any episodes with Ed Peck? I always wondered if his personality was anything like Officer Kirk. I'm betting it wasn't. Am I Right?
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Oh good! Thats what I had figured! Its good to hear that they were all able to get along so well. Oh ok, I have a question. Well, we know Erin & Scott kinda had a relationship..were you around when they were together...or AFTER they broke up? Did you witness any tension? I also heard that they didnt get along well with *Pinky* because she was hard to deal with and she kept imitating the Fonz--too bad you werent around to see that! LOl.
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They swapped lines sometimes. Somtimes a line was split and Donny would get half and Anson would get half. I don't remember exactly which lines though. Sometimes an actor would get a big laugh and the other actor wanted a big laugh. So on the next script that would be in mind. I think everyone got a long. From what I saw anyway. When I was there Erin & Scott were an item. I was not there for their break up. Season 6 was a peaceful experience. Everything went smooth as silk. Except for that one time when Gary Marshal came in for a re-write. The Thanksgiving show. It was a turkey. I don't have any stories of fights and tension between the cast. Anson and his wife were busy with their country western band. Donny was serious all the time and quiet for the most part. I sat with him at the baseball practice once. He was just a serious guy. Not like Ralph. They all had their own lives off camera. I never hung out with them socially except for Anson Williams bachelor party and that was just a fancy dinner in Beverly Hills. No wild stories. Just a work party.
Season six was harmonious.
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Oh okay

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Just another ?


Did anyone any of the cast knew visit one of the cast memebers and stuff like that?
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I have know idea who knew who off the lot. After my Happy Days experience I saw Henry Winkler at a gas staion once in Studio City. I bumped into Bob Brunner at the Northridge Mall. Other than that I never saw anyone outside of work ever again. I don't know if they socialized or what they ate or what their favorite colors were. In my opinion I would imagine that they hung out once in a while. Probably like you would hang out with someone you worked with once in a while.
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Also hpw was Anson like his character
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I'd say Anson was most like his Character and Donny was most not like his Character. In my opinion.
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It's too bad you couldn't have been an extra in "Potsie Quits School" ... they could have stuck you in the classroom scene or something. But I guess then you would have had to join the union & it would have been too complicated.

Speaking of extras, there's one girl I always notice who's in tons of episodes ... she was the drummer for the band in many shows (particularly when Chachi was not around), and in some shows she's one of Fonzie's girlfriends. She was a really good-looking brunette. Do you know the one I'm talking about?

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That good-looking Brunette Drummer Girl is named Daphne and is played by Hillary Horan, and is mine (And Chad's) HD crush!


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Thank you Fonz.
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