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Old 09-24-2002, 03:35 PM   #1
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So, whats your least favorite episode? Now you know I dont like the post-1980 years, but there's gotta be episodes you couldnt stand even if it was your favorite season! So whether you found it boring, stupid, or you just plain hated it..post it here and why!

Arnolds Wedding- I like the episode, but its my least favorite of the 3rd season.


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So, whats your least favorite episode? Now you know I dont like the post-1980 years, but there's gotta be episodes you couldnt stand even if it was your favorite season! So whether you found it boring, stupid, or you just plain hated it..post it here and why!

Arnolds Wedding- I like the episode, but its my least favorite of the 3rd season.


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Forgot one! Fonzies Baptism. I found parts of it SO funny- like at Arnolds, but the whole church part I found to be kind of a snoozer. Except for when they all laughed @ Fonzies middle name lol.
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. Except for when they all laughed @ Fonzies middle name lol.

Thats my fav part of the episode next to teh Arnolds scenes

Ralph : If im not home by 6:00 my father yells at me
Potsie : If im not home by 6:00, my father locks me out and its cold!!!

Classic Ralph and Potsie CLASSIC!!!!!

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Thats my fav part of the episode next to teh Arnolds scenes

Ralph : If im not home by 6:00 my father yells at me
Potsie : If im not home by 6:00, my father locks me out and its cold!!!

Classic Ralph and Potsie CLASSIC!!!!!

The Arnolds scene I was referring to was:
Potsie: He pays me 50 cents!
--replying to the comments Ralph and Richie made about Fonzie being so safe and having people test his food lol.
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Oooooh okay lol, but thats right before the quote i posted right in that same part, yep it is!!!
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I have certain scenes I don't like. The ones where Fonzie does things that takes years of practice to do and he does them right away. Like riding the bull, jumping the shark, the milk can trick. Also, some of the dance scenes, I can't picture Fonzie knowing how to square dance or doing that Russian dance he did.
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Fonzie Loves Pinky

I Always hated those episodes.
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I Always hated those episodes.

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And The Winner Is... They wrote Fonz out to be an idiot and the end was a lame excuse to patch things up. The only good line in it, "You always taught us that when you're good, you know it. You don't need anyone telling you." It was touching, but still lamo. If someone's good, you tell them. Fonzie was an awesome teacher. Roger sucked. Fonz should have won that award. Case closed.


Another part I hated, was in Roger's premier episode. Roger had been tricked to take Fonzie's stuff out of his locker. He was putting it in the trash can. Just the thought of it makes me want to cry. That should be sacrilege just letting anything of Fonzie's touch a trash can. But, my question was whether or not the writer were making a metaphorical statement with that. Were they trying to throw Fonz out and bring Roger in. Obviously, viewers would have never allowed that.

And has anyone noticed that Fonz really got soft as he aged? When I watch young Fonz, there's this fire in his eye when he threatens someone. I think that poor person is going to be hurt. I watch older Fonz and think, "Fonz is tough, but that spark isn't there anymore. I hope he can win that fight." I think my problem is that I'm watching these shows skip all those years in a matter of months. Probably, if I had been watching in the original run and aged with them, I would more fully understand what it is like to age.
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my least favorites are: "2 Angry men" in which everyone is behind Fonzie even though he lied to the judge, June Lockhart.I get the feeling that it's okay to lie if you know the right people.

Also, there's "Fonzie the Father" in which he doesn't act at all like a father, but instead, he uses Ritchie & makes him take care of a pregnant woman who's husband is a friend of Fonz. Even at the hospital, Fonz admits he shouldnt have made Rich stay at home with her.
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The Hollywood episodes.

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"The Not Making of the President" i really disliked that episode.
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Westward Ho. Who's the idiot who thought of this?
Writer: "I know, let's do an episode and take all the fifties elements out of it. Let's have a girl lead Richie on and make him look stupid. Why not have it a dude ranch? This way we won't have any rock 'n roll in the background. Let's make The Fonz look like an immature jerk and a lousy friend by being upset that one girl in the whole world might like his best friend more than him. People like him too much. Wow, this is so cool! We're going to need three episodes!"
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There were some shows that dragged, but when you try to think of them, you can't remember because they didn't really stick out in your mind - like Hello Roger. Snorefest.
Or when Fonzie was trying to teach Roger how to pick up women. Ouch!

The worst one of all time was when Chachi and Joanie broke up. Let alone the sentimental part, but how freakin depressing. Chachi draped all over the table at Arnold's and there was nothing that anyone could say or do to make him feel better.
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