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Old 05-28-2011, 03:12 AM   #1
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Before he was Kenickie from Grease and Bobby Wheeler from Taxi, he was on a Happy Days episode as one of the 2 bullies, Rocko, from the episode, Richie Fights Back, which was about Fonzie teaching Richie how to be tough when that jujitsu class held at Arnold's didn't work out for him. He was 60. Ironically, Ken Lerner, who played Frankie, who was the other bully, played Rocco/Rocko Mallachi/Baruffi in the later H Days eps.

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Before he was Kenickie from Grease and Bobby Wheeler from Taxi, he was on a Happy Days episode as one of the 2 bullies, Rocko, from the episode, Richie Fights Back, which was about Fonzie teaching Richie how to be tough when that jujitsu class held at Arnold's didn't work out for him. He was 60. Ironically, Ken Lerner, who played Frankie, who was the other bully, played Rocco/Rocko Mallachi/Baruffi in the later H Days eps.

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I don't remember him being one of the bullies. That's my favorite episode of Happy Days, and he's a part of my favorite scene (Richie going crazy and scaring the bullies away).

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I don't remember him being one of the bullies. That's my favorite episode of Happy Days, and he's a part of my favorite scene (Richie going crazy and scaring the bullies away).

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Yep. Well, he didn't speak much. It was Frankie who did most of the talking in that episode. I love that episode too.
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Yep. Well, he didn't speak much. It was Frankie who did most of the talking in that episode. I love that episode too.
me too who can ever forget riche imitaing a pinball machane bong bong bong
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