Happy Days: Season 9 episode guide

1981-1982 (22 episodes)


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#190- Home Movies (Part 1) (10/6/81)

Joanie sends a flashback-filled film reel to Richie in Greenland.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Brian Levant & Fred Fox, Jr.
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Lisa Donaldson as Alicia, Ken Lerner as Rocco Baruffi, Derrel Maury as Johnny Suede, Denis Mandel as Eugene, Harris Kal as Bobby, Heidi Bohay as Terry, Richard Beauchamp as Shades, Alice Nunn as Mama, Teddi Siddall as Hillary, D.D. Howard as Corrine, Candace Silvers as Carla, Priscilla Allen as Mrs. Von Huene, and Bo Sabato as umpire.


#191- Home Movies (Part 2) (10/6/81)

More of the flashback-filled film reel Joanie sends to Richie in Greenland.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Brian Levant & Fred Fox, Jr.
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Lisa Donaldson as Alicia, Ken Lerner as Rocco Baruffi, Derrel Maury as Johnny Suede, Denis Mandel as Eugene, Harris Kal as Bobby, Heidi Bohay as Terry, Richard Beauchamp as Shades, Alice Nunn as Mama, Teddi Siddall as Hillary, D.D. Howard as Corrine, Candace Silvers as Carla, Priscilla Allen as Mrs. Von Huene, and Bo Sabato as umpire.


#192- Not With My Mother, You Don't (10/13/81)

Chachi sets up his mother with Al.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Bob Howard
Guest stars: Ellen Travolta as Louisa, Michael Byron Taylor as Dr. Danzig, Pat Lentz as receptionist, Nancy Churnin as Mrs. Klein, Cheryl Rogers as Dottie.


#193- Another Night at Antoine's (10/27/81)

Chachi wants to play the field while Joanie wants to go steady. Chachi and the Fonz watch Joanie as she dates a college man.

Chachi, Joanie, and Jenny are at a table at Arnold's. Joanie is talking to Jenny while Chachi is ignoring her and looking at a book and looking at other girls. Joanie leaves to go outside. Jenny says Sandy Wondraman is going steady - Arnie Finster gave her his i.d. bracelet. Chachi and Joanie had been going out for twice as long as them and Joanie is upset. Jenny tells Chachi the program and then leaves. Joanie and Jenny do their toenails back at the Cunningham house. Jenny tells Joanie the good news. Chachi comes to the door and asks Jenny to leave so he can be alone with Joanie. Chachi talks about their relationship. Chachi tells her he wants to date other girls and says Joanie can date other guys. Joanie tries to hide her emotions and becomes upset when he leaves. Joanie tells Mr. and Mrs. C. that she and Chachi have been together for 2 years. Marion reminds her of the college boy that has been calling her. Back at Arnold's, Chachi throws darts and Al tells him about his phone messages. Chachi tells Al he made a terrible mistake breaking up with Joanie. Al asks Roger to talk to Chachi. Roger picks up some soda from Al. Fonzie tells Chachi to go make up with Joanie. Al tells Chachi about a woman he let slip through his fingers, and Chachi runs out when Al asks him if he wants to end up like him. William, Joanie's date, arrives at the Cunningham house. William and Howard exchange small talk. Chachi meets William Farnsworth. Joanie comes down in a nice, red dress. Joanie and William are going to Chez Antoine. Joanie and William leave. Fonzie and Howard talk to Chachi. Fonzie suggests Chachi go down to the restaurant and Chachi asks Fonzie to go with him. Joanie and Bill talk to the maitre 'd. The maitre 'd gives Chachi and Fonzie ties to wear. Chachi shows Fonzie the menu and they realize there are all boy/girl couples there at the restaurant. Fonzie's girl (Andrea) asks Fonzie what he is doing there. Joanie spots Fonzie and then sees Chachi hiding under the table. Joanie thinks Chachi really does care after he goes through all the trouble to spy on her. Max plays the violin for them and then leaves with Fonzie. Chachi gives Joanie his i.d. bracelet and then they kiss.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Mark Rothman
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Anson Downes as Bill, Robin Bach as waiter, and Barbara Treutelaar as Andrea.

Note:
Chachi has phone messages from: Irene, Debbie, Cindy, Linda, and Kathy.
Roger talks to Chachi about Hobbs, a 17th century philosopher and Augustine.
Marion goes to visit her mother.
Joanie and Bill sit at table 6.
Bill spent $38 on the dinner.
Inconsistency: Chachi had never worn a bracelet before, but, suddenly he was wearing one in this episode and giving it to Joanie.


#194- Little Baby Cunningham (11/3/81)

Lori Beth wants Fonzie to coach her as she delivers her baby.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Babaloo Mandel & Fred Fox, Jr.
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Ralph Wilcox as Lionel Collins, Lynn Hallowell as Patti Downes, Diaan Ainslee as nurse, Jerry D. Lawrence as Dr. Crane, Marilyn Allen as Elaine Benton, and Michael Byers as Walter Melman.


#195- The Other Guy (11/10/81)

Roger and Fonzie date the same girl, which ends up threatening Joanie and Chachi's romance and Howard and Marion's marriage.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Nancy Churnin & Louise Bryant
Guest stars: Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Robin Dearden as Mona Hildebrand, and Richard Kennedy as Hank Hildebrand.


#196- Fonzie the Substitute (11/17/81)

Fonzie substitute teaches Roger's health class at the high school.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Ralph Farquhar
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Harris Kal as Bobby, Kevin Sullivan as Tommy, Ceil Cabot as Mrs. Eckhardt, Liz Keifer as Noreen, and Scott Bernstein as Melvin Belvin.


#197- Just a Piccalo (11/24/81)

Jenny wants to join the Rondells and Joanie is asked to join.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Mark Rothman
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Phil Silvers as Roscoe Piccalo, Ed Peck as Officer Kirk, Teri Landrum as Stephanie, and Tracie Savage as Marilyn.

Note:
Phil Silvers was Cathy Silvers' father.
In the original episode, there is a scene of Phil Silves singing and Howard makes a comment before he opened the door to Phil - both scenes cut out of the syndicated episode.


#198- The Nun Story (12/1/81)

Fonzie tries to impress a girl and later finds out that she is actually a nun.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Charlotte M. Dobbs
Guest stars: Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Diana Diefendorf as Gloria McInerny, Harris Kal as Bobby, and Kevin Sullivan as Tommy.


#199- Baby, It's Cold Inside (12/8/81)

Joanie babysits for Richie, Jr.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Cindy Begel & Lesa Kite
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Vahan Moosekian as Rudy, Denis Mandel as Eugene Melvin, Harris Kal as Bobby, and Scott Bernstein as Melvin Belvin.


#200- Hello, Tough Guy (12/15/81)

Fonzie's best plan backfires when he tries to help Joanie and Chachi match Jenny and Eugene Belvin.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: William Bickley & Michael Warren
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Joshua Cadman as Lou, Denis Mandel as Eugene, and Herb Braha as Vinnie.


#201- To Beanie or Not to Beanie (1/5/82)

Joanie has to decide between UCLA or the local University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Holly White & Stephanie Garman
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo.


#202- Southern Crossing (1/12/82)

Al and Fonzie visit the south as members of the Freedom Riders.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Teleplay by: Richard Gurman
Story by: Brian Levant
Guest stars: David Hubbard as Charles, Ketty Lester as Annie, Al Fann as Henry, Gary Grubbs as Jack, Gene B. Collins as Ned, Brenda Hillhouse as Mae, Tom Rayhall as Lamar, and James O'Connell as Mel.


#203- Grandma Nussbaum (1/19/82)

Fonzie and Chachi make plans for their beloved grandma to move into a retirement home.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: James P. Dunne & Barry O'Brien
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Pat O'Brien as Uncle Joe, and Frances Bay as Grandma Nussbaum.


#204- Poohba Doo Dah (1/26/82)

Al wants Frankie Avalon, a distant cousin, to headline the Leopard Lodge's annual musical extravaganza.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Bosco McGowan
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Frankie Avalon as himself, and David Ketchum as Donald.


#205- A Touch of Classical (2/2/82)

After pretty music teacher Cynthia Brannigan hires a classical orchestra for the Jefferson High concert, Fonzie tries to get the gang to switch from rock to Bach.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Fred Fox, Jr. & Rich Correll
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Marla Pennington as Cynthia, Harris Kal as Bobby, Scott Bernstein as Melvin Belvin, and David Wheatley as pianist.


#206- Hi Yo, Fonzie Away (2/9/82)

Chachi and Howard attempt to win a dinner with the Lone Ranger for Fonzie's birthday.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Fred Fox, Jr. & Rich Correll
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, John Hart as The Lone Ranger, Marla Pennington as Cynthia, and M.C. Gainey as Elmo.


#207- Great Expectations (2/16/82)

Roger seeks Fonzie's advice when his love life is in trouble, then introduces his new romantic approach at a wild party.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Andrew M. Horowitz
Guest stars: Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Ken Lerner as Rocco Baruffi, Teddi Siddall as Hillary, Annette McCarthy as Beverly, Amy Gibson as Alice, Coleen Maloney as Buffy, and Marcia Stearn as Roxie.


#208- Hello, Flip (2/23/82)

Roger's brother Flip comes to Milwaukee.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Paula A. Roth
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, and Billy Warlock as Flip.


#209- Chachi's Future (3/2/82)

Chachi dumps his dreams of rock stardom to become a high-pressure salesman.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: William Bickley & Michael Warren
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, and Danny Wells as Mr. Parker.


#210- Tell-Tale Tart (3/16/82)

Jenny Piccalo spreads a rumor about the new girl in school.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Steve Granat & Mel Sherer
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Denis Mandel as Eugene, Harris Kal as Bobby, Crystal Bernard as Mikki, Pamela Anderson as Sheila, Toni LeBel as Marsha, and Andrew L. Paris as Chuck.


#211- Love and Marriage (3/23/82)

Al wants to ask Chachi's mom to marry him.

Directed by: Jerry Paris
Written by: Barry Rubinowitz
Guest stars: Cathy Silvers as Jenny Piccalo, Ted McGinley as Roger Phillips, Ellen Travolta as Louisa, Billy Warlock as Flip, and David K. Varnay as Jim Shannon.

Note:
Like The Shotgun Wedding episodes (that aired as a separate Happy Days and Laverne & Shirley episode), this episode had 2 endings shot. The original ending had Chachi explaining that Al and Louisa were going to move to Chicago and that he was going with them. But when it went into syndication, they had Al and Louisa cooking spaghetti in Louisa's kitchen, sort of creating the illusion that the series Joanie Loves Chachi never existed (not that would be a bad thing, just kidding!)


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