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Old 09-23-2003, 12:49 AM   #16
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#139 - Mork Returns

OK , this one shouldn't even COUNT as an episode, it should actually be like #138.2 - I loved Mork and all, and the Mork from Ork ep was one of my favs, but there was what, 5 minutes of original scenes, the rest was just old clips.... when I was a kid watchin this I felt ripped off, and I felt just as ripped off today.
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OK , this one shouldn't even COUNT as an episode, it should actually be like #138.2 - I loved Mork and all, and the Mork from Ork ep was one of my favs, but there was what, 5 minutes of original scenes, the rest was just old clips.... when I was a kid watchin this I felt ripped off, and I felt just as ripped off today.
On the plus side, at least they were good clips... and I did get to see Mork, that was the perfect role for Robin Williams, it still amazes me that him getting that part was all a fluke.
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#147 - Richie's Job
this one was good, Richie gets a job at the Milwaukee journal making $2.25 an hour loading newspapers onto the back of a truck - not exactly his dream job (he wants to make cub reporter)

I think the best part was Ralph and Potsie in the UWM mascot Charlie Cardinal outfits!!!! I gotta find some pics to post of that






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this one was good, Richie gets a job at the Milwaukee journal making $2.25 an hour loading newspapers onto the back of a truck - not exactly his dream job (he wants to make cub reporter)

I think the best part was Ralph and Potsie in the UWM mascot Charlie Cardinal outfits!!!! I gotta find some pics to post of that
i remember thinking that Fonzies job interview tips were really really bad
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i remember thinking that Fonzies job interview tips were really really bad
another important lesson i learned from this episode:

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i remember thinking that Fonzies job interview tips were really really bad
and correct me if i'm wrong, but was this the first episode where they showed Joanie in a half-shirt?

The opening scene where Mr C is bawling Joanie out for not being dressed properly makes me think that I can vaguely remember some other scenes that were cut out - I'm certain that I remember this being the one where Joanie and Mr C have a blow up over the way she dresses, and shes says somethin about what Jenny Picalo wears and gets sent to her room again.... anyone remember this?
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#158 - joanie's dilemma - theyre all Beatniks !!! ok this one was late in the 7th season, and they decided to admit that it should be the 60's on the show.... big mistake
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#158 - joanie's dilemma - theyre all Beatniks !!! ok this one was late in the 7th season, and they decided to admit that it should be the 60's on the show.... big mistake
but now i ubderstand the new clip in the intro with the big gold monstrosity!!! its the expresso machine!!! how many episodes was that thing in? 3? 2?
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yeah, i think this was one of those rating slumps where they started to trying ANYTHING to get small boosts and bring the ratings back!!
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Did you notice that some scenes from these episodes are deleted, depending on whether you watch WGN or TVLAND? For Example the latter has the scene in Ritchies job in which Rich takes the family out to dinner, but WGN cuts it out. I don't know of any deletes from "Joannies Dilenma". I wonder if Fonzies advice in his office to Rich would work in real life. I think most companies would appreciate Fonz telling Rich to be a team worker before he is a star.

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Did you notice that some scenes from these episodes are deleted, depending on whether you watch WGN or TVLAND? For Example the latter has the scene in Ritchies job in which Rich takes the family out to dinner, but WGN cuts it out. I don't know of any deletes from "Joannies Dilenma". I wonder if Fonzies advice in his office to Rich would work in real life. I think most companies would appreciate Fonz telling Rich to be a team worker before he is a star.

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definately !!! - the problem is that it has been soo long since i've seen the original, uncut episodes that if i remember something that was deleted, its a pretty fuzzy memory...
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#143- Shotgun Wedding

This was the 7th season premiere, which originally aired as a 2 part crossover with a back-to-back episode of Laverne and Shirley.

I really missed the Laverne and Shirley second half - I only get HD on WGN, so I doubt I'll get to see it anytime soon, but from what I remember, it puts the syndicated Ralph and Potsie as doctors ending to shame.... Laverne and Shirley were at their classic best though
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Sadly, I havent been able to see Part 2, since TVL doesnt air L&S
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#144 - Chachi Sells hi Soul

gee they had'nt done a silly fantasy ep in a while have they? This ep did have some really funny bits (my fav was when Random turns the kissing girls into Potsi, Ralph and Al!!! ) - but the whole crossover thing with the Angel Random was baaad - what was the name of that show anyways? Does anyone even remember that show at all? The only thing anyone remembers about that show was its place as a bit of HD trivia....
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y'know, the ONLY good crossover episodes they had were the ones with Laverne and Shirley - THOSE were great!!!
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