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Old 02-04-2005, 11:50 AM   #136
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I was very, very glad to see Erin Moran at the Reunion (but Erin and Scott seemed isolated from everyone else.)

About halfway through the special I realized that Al Molinaro was not involved. Yet again, it's another incomplete reunion. But they did bring out the two Chucks, WHICH WAS POINTLESS.

When they brought out the cake did Erin and Scott hug each other?
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Old 02-04-2005, 11:52 AM   #137
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This was an awesome reunion! I loved seeing them play softball.

Watching the clips made feel like I was back in CT again.
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I was very, very glad to see Erin Moran at the Reunion (but Erin and Scott seemed isolated from everyone else.)

About halfway through the special I realized that Al Molinaro was not involved. Yet again, it's another incomplete reunion. But they did bring out the two Chucks, WHICH WAS POINTLESS.

When they brought out the cake did Erin and Scott hug each other?

I thought I remembered reading that Al Molinaro isn't in good health, but they should have at least mentioned him.

I thought it was cool to see the two Chucks, I wondered what they looked like now.

I don't know, Erin said something to Scott jokingly, and he laughed, so I think that they might be getting along now
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Old 02-04-2005, 12:14 PM   #139
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I thought I remembered reading that Al Molinaro isn't in good health, but they should have at least mentioned him.

I thought it was cool to see the two Chucks, I wondered what they looked like now.

I don't know, Erin said something to Scott jokingly, and he laughed, so I think that they might be getting along now


I always thought it would have been greatto have Chuck return for the series finale back in '84 (as a gag).

I''m glad Eri seems to be over some of the pain from her past.

Al Molinaro my be to ill to have attended.
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Is Al near death?
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Old 02-04-2005, 12:52 PM   #141
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Is Al near death?

I don't think he's near death, but from what I can tell it's just old age - memory failing a bit, stuff like that. They should have mentioned him more - he was great on HD just as he was great on the Odd Couple.
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Old 02-04-2005, 01:07 PM   #142
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[qoute]I've heard some nasty rumors of what happened between the two of them (let's just say it has something to do with "When a girl says 'No" she MEANS 'No'"), and it took Erin a long time to get over it....if she indeed HAS![/quote]
Hmmm, rumors or a woman scorn..[?]
I thought she felt burnt because she really fell for him and it was just a fun romp for him[??] Guess we'll never know. At the end I was watching for any interaction between Ering & Scott and they cut away...
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Old 02-04-2005, 01:27 PM   #143
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Hi -I am new here!! and happy to be here,, I watched the re-union and loves it! I must say the first thing I notices was the distance between Scott and Erin- it was very noticable- She seemed like she wanted to make nicey nice, but Scott seemed very "dont bother me" about the whole thing not just toward Erin- it was slightly uncomfortable-I am surprised at Scott- Him and I come from the same neighborhood- in Brooklyn! ha ha... all went well though
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Old 02-04-2005, 03:51 PM   #144
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ABC's release on last night's ratings:


ABC's is the Second-Most-Watched Network on the Opening Night of February Sweep; Draws its Biggest Audience on the First Night of Any Sweep Period in 5 Years

ABC's "Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion" Ranks No. 1 from 8-10pm, Generating ABC's Strongest Numbers in the 2-Hour Time Period in 2 Years

Featuring Diane Sawyer's Interview with Teri Hatcher, ABC News' "Primetime Live"
Delivers its Highest Numbers of the Season Among Total Viewers and Adults 18-49

Thursday Night (8:00-11:00 p.m.)
On the opening night of the 2005 February Sweep, ABC qualified as the second-most-watched network, outdrawing NBC by 2 million viewers during primetime (16.3 million vs. 14.3 million).

* ABC was up by over 8 million viewers (16.3 million vs. 8.0 million) and by 93% in Adults 18-49 (5.2/13 vs. 2.7/7) over its delivery on the first night of February last year (2/5/04). The Network drew its best non-sports Thursday night numbers in 2 years - since 2/6/03, the night of the Michael Jackson documentary on "20/20."

* ABC's delivered its most-watched opening night for any sweep period in 5 years - since 2/3/00. In addition, ABC marked its best Adult 18-49 number for the first night of a sweep period in 3 years - since 1/31/02.

"Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion" (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
ABC's broadcast of the "Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion" attracted an impressive 19.9 million viewers and a 6.3 rating, 15 share among Adults 18-49, where it faced competition including CBS' "C.S.I" and NBC's "The Apprentice 3." "Happy Days" topped its 2-hour time period by 1.8 million viewers (19.9 million vs. 18.1 million - CBS). The special also ranked No. 1 in the time slot in Adults 18-49 (tied w/CBS).

* Among Total Viewers and Adults 18-49, the "Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion" generated ABC's strongest numbers in the 2-hour time period in 2 years - since 2/6/03.

"Primetime Live" (10:00-11:00 p.m.)
Featuring Diane Sawyer's interview with Teri Hatcher of ABC's "Desperate Housewives," ABC News' "Primetime Live" posted its highest numbers of the season among Total Viewers (9.0 million) and Adults 18-49 (3.1/8).
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Old 02-04-2005, 04:21 PM   #145
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If ANYONE Has a copy of the reunion tape please let me know, I will pay for it.

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Whoever missed it, don't worry! ABC will now reair the special on Sat., Feb. 12:

Superceding previous advice, “Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion” will now air as a one time only telecast on Saturday, February 12, 2005 in the 9:00 - 11:00 PM ET/PT time period.
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ABC's release on last night's ratings:


ABC's is the Second-Most-Watched Network on the Opening Night of February Sweep; Draws its Biggest Audience on the First Night of Any Sweep Period in 5 Years

ABC's "Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion" Ranks No. 1 from 8-10pm, Generating ABC's Strongest Numbers in the 2-Hour Time Period in 2 Years

Featuring Diane Sawyer's Interview with Teri Hatcher, ABC News' "Primetime Live"
Delivers its Highest Numbers of the Season Among Total Viewers and Adults 18-49

Thursday Night (8:00-11:00 p.m.)
On the opening night of the 2005 February Sweep, ABC qualified as the second-most-watched network, outdrawing NBC by 2 million viewers during primetime (16.3 million vs. 14.3 million).

* ABC was up by over 8 million viewers (16.3 million vs. 8.0 million) and by 93% in Adults 18-49 (5.2/13 vs. 2.7/7) over its delivery on the first night of February last year (2/5/04). The Network drew its best non-sports Thursday night numbers in 2 years - since 2/6/03, the night of the Michael Jackson documentary on "20/20."

* ABC's delivered its most-watched opening night for any sweep period in 5 years - since 2/3/00. In addition, ABC marked its best Adult 18-49 number for the first night of a sweep period in 3 years - since 1/31/02.

"Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion" (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
ABC's broadcast of the "Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion" attracted an impressive 19.9 million viewers and a 6.3 rating, 15 share among Adults 18-49, where it faced competition including CBS' "C.S.I" and NBC's "The Apprentice 3." "Happy Days" topped its 2-hour time period by 1.8 million viewers (19.9 million vs. 18.1 million - CBS). The special also ranked No. 1 in the time slot in Adults 18-49 (tied w/CBS).

* Among Total Viewers and Adults 18-49, the "Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion" generated ABC's strongest numbers in the 2-hour time period in 2 years - since 2/6/03.

"Primetime Live" (10:00-11:00 p.m.)
Featuring Diane Sawyer's interview with Teri Hatcher of ABC's "Desperate Housewives," ABC News' "Primetime Live" posted its highest numbers of the season among Total Viewers (9.0 million) and Adults 18-49 (3.1/8).


YAY! Teri brings in the ratings for sure
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Old 02-04-2005, 04:58 PM   #148
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ABC's release on last night's ratings:


ABC's is the Second-Most-Watched Network on the Opening Night of February Sweep; Draws its Biggest Audience on the First Night of Any Sweep Period in 5 Years

ABC's "Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion" Ranks No. 1 from 8-10pm, Generating ABC's Strongest Numbers in the 2-Hour Time Period in 2 Years

Featuring Diane Sawyer's Interview with Teri Hatcher, ABC News' "Primetime Live"
Delivers its Highest Numbers of the Season Among Total Viewers and Adults 18-49

Thursday Night (8:00-11:00 p.m.)
On the opening night of the 2005 February Sweep, ABC qualified as the second-most-watched network, outdrawing NBC by 2 million viewers during primetime (16.3 million vs. 14.3 million).

* ABC was up by over 8 million viewers (16.3 million vs. 8.0 million) and by 93% in Adults 18-49 (5.2/13 vs. 2.7/7) over its delivery on the first night of February last year (2/5/04). The Network drew its best non-sports Thursday night numbers in 2 years - since 2/6/03, the night of the Michael Jackson documentary on "20/20."

* ABC's delivered its most-watched opening night for any sweep period in 5 years - since 2/3/00. In addition, ABC marked its best Adult 18-49 number for the first night of a sweep period in 3 years - since 1/31/02.

"Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion" (8:00-10:00 p.m.)
ABC's broadcast of the "Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion" attracted an impressive 19.9 million viewers and a 6.3 rating, 15 share among Adults 18-49, where it faced competition including CBS' "C.S.I" and NBC's "The Apprentice 3." "Happy Days" topped its 2-hour time period by 1.8 million viewers (19.9 million vs. 18.1 million - CBS). The special also ranked No. 1 in the time slot in Adults 18-49 (tied w/CBS).

* Among Total Viewers and Adults 18-49, the "Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion" generated ABC's strongest numbers in the 2-hour time period in 2 years - since 2/6/03.

"Primetime Live" (10:00-11:00 p.m.)
Featuring Diane Sawyer's interview with Teri Hatcher of ABC's "Desperate Housewives," ABC News' "Primetime Live" posted its highest numbers of the season among Total Viewers (9.0 million) and Adults 18-49 (3.1/8).


Wow, that pretty impressive. Lets hear it for the Happy Days Reunion!!!
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Happy Days was #1 in the 8pm hour overall and viewers 18-49. 12.8/20 overall (20.6 million) and a 6.3/15 among adults 18-49.

Happy Day was #2 in the 9pm hour overall (behing only CSI) and a close third for viewers 18-49. 12.2/18 overall (19.29 million) and and a 6.4/15 for adults 18-49.

That is quite impressive that it dominated like that. It held up well with CSI at 9pm. It beat The Apprentice by a ton overall, though it did have an advantage among adults 18-49.

So from 8-10pm, Happy Days averaged a 12.5/19 - 19.95 milion average. "Goodbye gray skies, hello blue," to ABC Thursdays!

WOW... that's EXTREMELY impressive. I thought the reunion would do good, but this is more than I expected.
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Default Song "Memories" played in the show...

Does anyone know who sings that song that played in the reunion? I believe it was called Memories. But I don't know who sang it and if that is in fact the name of the song.

Any help would be appreciated.

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