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Old 02-03-2005, 08:42 PM   #91
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Happy Days still rules.
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Old 02-03-2005, 09:10 PM   #92
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The show is GREAT!!
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Absolute perfection IMO. Probably one of the best reunion shows to happen ever!

Now Paramount needs to use those gag reels and bloopers and Henry's home movies on future DVD releases
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The show is GREAT!!
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Yeah, I'm REALLY enjoying this.
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Absolute perfection IMO. Probably one of the best reunion shows to happen ever!

Now Paramount needs to use those gag reels and bloopers and Henry's home movies on future DVD releases
Yep, this is much better than I expected.!
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I'm on an endorphined buzz here. It's like smoking weed. Which, by the way, is something I've never done before and don't want to try.

I loved the part when Ron asked Henry to turn off the lights. I experienced a rush of emotions watching this Reunion. I wanted to cry, I wanted to laugh, I wanted to scream.
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Picture perfect ending. That was excellent.

Definetly worth every minute of wait, even more infact.
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I'm on an endorphined buzz here. It's like smoking weed. Which, by the way, is something I've never done before and don't want to try.

I loved the part when Ron asked Henry to turn off the lights. I experienced a rush of emotions watching this Reunion. I wanted to cry, I wanted to laugh, I wanted to scream.
That part at the end was pure classic.
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PARAMOUNT TELEVISION, RELEASE THE REST OF THE SHOW ON DVD NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I thought that the reunion special was VERY well done!

They really needed two hours for this show....one hour just wouldn't have cut it! This special had the usual "classic clips", but there was also plenty of new material, with the cast as they are now.

I was surprised at how GOOD everyone looked too! Oh sure, there were a few gray hairs and wrinkles here and there, but on the whole the gang held up pretty well. There wasn't any cast member who made me think, "Oh my GOD, what happened to HIM (or HER)?".

This was a very pleasant special, and the cast members seemed genuinely happy to see each other again....although I DID notice that they seated Erin Moran and Scott Baio on opposite ends of the re-created "Arnold's" set!
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I thought that the reunion special was VERY well done!

They really needed two hours for this show....one hour just wouldn't have cut it! This special had the usual "classic clips", but there was also plenty of new material, with the cast as they are now.

I was surprised at how GOOD everyone looked too! Oh sure, there were a few gray hairs and wrinkles here and there, but on the whole the gang held up pretty well. There wasn't any cast member who made me think, "Oh my GOD, what happened to HIM (or HER)?".

This was a very pleasant special, and the cast members seemed genuinely happy to see each other again....although I DID notice that they seated Erin Moran and Scott Baio on opposite ends of the re-created "Arnold's" set!
I agree, that was overall a great special. Not too many clips, but enough to bring back fond memories. This show definetly needed two hours.
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I'm sorry, but.... Erin Moran..... what happened to her? She looks terrible. Must've spent too much time in the sun.
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I'm sorry, but.... Erin Moran..... what happened to her? She looks terrible. Must've spent too much time in the sun.

Unfortunately, Erin had some very rough years after "Happy Days" ended. I remember seeing her making a particularly embarrassing appearance on "The Morton Downey Jr." talk show (which was one step up from "Jerry Springer").....I actually thought that the poor girl was having a nervous breakdown right there on TV!

Considering some of the bad stuff that she went through, she actually looks pretty good!
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Very well done! Should bring home good ratings for ABC Thursday.
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Old 02-03-2005, 11:02 PM   #105
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Thumbs up Sure Miss those days!

Happy Days was and is number 1!!! The Reunion show was great. Everyone looked good. I love watching Happy days, especially Anson Williams and Scott Baio mainly, but it was a time I didn't live (the 50's) in that seemed desirable-that was an attraction to me. The family was one you could laugh and cry with. I learned new things tonight about some of the members. Glad to see that all showed up to share together. God bless you all.
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