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Old 01-06-2009, 12:29 AM   #16
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^ Seriously, Anson Williams was just wasted after Ron Howard and Don Most left. I've always wondered why they kept him on...he and Fonzie weren't close, and he was too old to be hanging around Joanie, Chachi, Jenny, etc.
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Maybe they wanted Howie to have a third son.
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^ I think you mean Billy Warlock, who played Flip Phillips, Roger's brother. Besides Baywatch, Billy Warlock also won a Daytime Emmy for his work on Days of Our Lives, and starred on General Hospital from 1997-2003.
Yeah ok Billy Warlock. Yeah He played Eddie in the first couple of seasons of Baywatch.
Yeah I also remember Billy Warlock also apeared in Halloween II.
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Btw: Because it wasn't the same anymore, when Ralph (and Richie) were gone. And because I don't like the last Seasons. I wrote my very own Ending/Future. And even tho everybody is still there, it is different anyway.
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Btw: Because it wasn't the same anymore, when Ralph (and Richie) were gone. And because I don't like the last Seasons. I wrote my very own Ending/Future. And even tho everybody is still there, it is different anyway.
Yeah I think they should of pulled the plug when Ron announced that he was leaving? The episodes that followed after Richie and Ralph left just did not have the magic feel to it. Bringing in new people that nobody cared about.
And then it did not seem like we was watching a 50's show anymore.
Of course the first 2 seasons was when Happy Days realy did feal like a 50's show. But then when they started shooting it to a live crowed it lost something. But still it was still fun to watch. But then after Richie and Ralph left it stopped being fun. You know I dont think I have scene all the episodes with out Ron and Don? I know I have scene all The Ron Howard years. When I tuned in to watch the reruns and scene it was one of the later ones I turned the channel. It was the same way with The Andy Griffith Show. Never was a fan of the color episodes of The Andy Griffith Show. No Don Knotts no watch for me.
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I'm actually suprised that Anson stayed on for as long as he did, I'm suprised he didn't leave along with Don and Ron. Even though I liked the Richie/Potsie/Ralph years, I did enjoy the last four seasons mainly because the Fonz was still on. Potsie and Ralph were always a hoot to watch together. Good to see Anson and Don working together again.
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Btw: Because it wasn't the same anymore, when Ralph (and Richie) were gone. And because I don't like the last Seasons. I wrote my very own Ending/Future. And even tho everybody is still there, it is different anyway.

sure be happy 2 where is it
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When Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers and Jean Stapleton left All In The Family, the show was retitled Archie Bunker's Place and refocused the show on his relationship with niece Stephanie and his interactions with his employees, friends and regulars at the bar he owned.

In a similar vein, I think it would have been better to retitle the show to something like Jefferson High once Ron and Donny left. It wasn't really Happy Days anymore - at least not the HD I grew up with - and would have framed the show in a different light.
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I think Potsie worked with Mr C at the hardware store, but again he was made a fool in all his scenes. Again I think they could have made him a teacher and he would have been used better.
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I think Potsie worked with Mr C at the hardware store, but again he was made a fool in all his scenes. Again I think they could have made him a teacher and he would have been used better.
Yes, Potsie worked for Mr. C at Cunningham Hardware. Making him a teacher would've been a great idea. I wonder if Ralph Malph ever became an eye doctor (like his dad) after his stint in the Army.
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Yes, Potsie worked for Mr. C at Cunningham Hardware. Making him a teacher would've been a great idea. I wonder if Ralph Malph ever became an eye doctor (like his dad) after his stint in the Army.
Him working at the hardware store made him look even more foolish, I think they missed the boat.
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Him working at the hardware store made him look even more foolish, I think they missed the boat.
I agree - because he really wasn't good at the job and Mr. C could barely tolerate him at times. Oh well.
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If I was Potisie I would of moved away. The 2 guys that liked you has moved on. And the people who remain dont care for you. Time to pack the bags and move on. Well in real life if that was the way with me I would of moved away.
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If I was Potisie I would of moved away. The 2 guys that liked you has moved on. And the people who remain dont care for you. Time to pack the bags and move on. Well in real life if that was the way with me I would of moved away.
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