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Old 07-24-2008, 03:35 AM   #31
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I liked it because it focused on the romance between Joanie and Chachi. The only episode I can remember is one where Joanie gets beat up or something like that. At the very end, Chachi starts to kiss her and then pulls away. He says "Oh, your bruise" and she smiles and says "Who cares?" and then they kiss. That's the ONLY thing I remember!

I'd love to see these on DVD, just for the heck of it.

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Old 07-24-2008, 11:19 AM   #32
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I love the 80s sooo much. I love or atleast like most of the tv shows from then. This might possibly be the worst show to come out of the decade. Much like the last 2 or so seasons of Happy Days. (early and mid years happy days was one of the best shows ever)
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TV Fact: Joanie Loves Chachi was the highest rated new tv show in Sitcom History.


it's a shame that didn;t carry over into the second season
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Old 07-24-2008, 03:18 PM   #36
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The Big picture is the only reason JLC was the highest rated new tv show in history was because


1. season 1 only had 4 eps
2. The show aired on tuesday night at 8:30pm between Happy days and Three's Company
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I remember watching JLC back then, but not any episodes in particular. I had bit of a crush on Erin Moran at times. She and Baio were very popular in those days.

In my opinion, "Laverne & Shirley" and "Mork & Mindy" both were well-conceived (and often well-written) spin-offs of "Happy Days." There were lots of good actors cast on those shows (Penny Marshall -- great physical comedy; Pam Dawber, an underrated actress).

A mega-hit series is likely to have only one or at most two successful spin-offs, and as it turned out JLC was not one of them. I don't fault the producers for trying though.
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I remember watching JLC back then, but not any episodes in particular. I had bit of a crush on Erin Moran at times. She and Baio were very popular in those days.

In my opinion, "Laverne & Shirley" and "Mork & Mindy" both were well-conceived (and often well-written) spin-offs of "Happy Days." There were lots of good actors cast on those shows (Penny Marshall -- great physical comedy; Pam Dawber, an underrated actress).

A mega-hit series is likely to have only one or at most two successful spin-offs, and as it turned out JLC was not one of them. I don't fault the producers for trying though.


I think ABC should have lft JLC in the Tuesday Night 8:30pm slot
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