"Happy Days" Richie Fights Back (TV Episode ) - IMDb
Fonzie's Getting Married. Fonzie's Getting Married was the 13th episode in the second season of Happy Days, and also, the. Fonzie (Henry Winkler) and Richie (Ron Howard) from Happy Days. The Cunningham . Marion: How was the Junior Chipmunk meeting, dear? Joanie: It was. Richie is continually harassed by a pair of local hoodlums named Frankie and at Arnold's, Richie turns to Fonzie for advice in turning the tables on his foes.
She was this for many years, before suddenly emerging as a major character after the Re Tool. It was revealed that the man-hungry girl was more talk than action. He's mentioned a lot but not seen. Clarence, the cook at Arnold's, was also unseen for most of the show's run until finally appearing in a couple season 10 episodes where he was revealed to be a dwarf, played by 4' actor Gary Friedkin.
Speaking of Arnold's, the original pre-Pat Morita Arnold himself was unseen for the first two seasons. The only time he's ever even indicated to be there is when Ralph tries working at the restaurant in a first season episode and drops some dishes, which results in the unseen Arnold yelling " RALPH!
Potsie has a very bad relationship with his dad and if it weren't played for laughs, you'd think he was the victim of some severe emotional abuse.
By "White Christmas," however, Potsie makes it clear he's sick of it. Joanie also seemed to be this in some of the mid-seasons, most likely due to her friendship with Jenny. It was toned down when Joanie and Chachi became a couple. Or, rather, Malt Shop Fire; the season 7 episode "Hot Stuff" has Chachi forgetting to turn of the grill while closing Arnold's for the night and setting the place ablaze. She does most of the cooking and housework, however, she is not a stereotypical submissive housewife.
The famous shark jumping is one to "Fearless Fonzarelli", a two-parter from the third season where Fonzie performed a similar death-defying jump, only on his motorcycle and over garbage cans. I Owe You My Life: Potsie saves Fonzie's life in one episode. All he wants in return is to 'pal around' with the Fonz The Fonz became very dramatic after the second season, but was always slightly dramatic. One with season eight, when Richie and Ralph left the series; Fonzie was elevated to lead character, and the focus was now shifted over to Joanie Richie's sister and Chachi.
When Richie, Potsie and Ralph move out of home to share an apartment, we learn Ralph uses lighter fluid to ignite his cherries jubilee. Locked in a Freezer: The episode "Time Capsule" has Richie and friends get locked in an airtight vault in the basement of Howard's hardware store.
Ron Howard and Don Most bost left the show to pursue other opportunities after Season 7. Several characters were put on the show to fill the presences left behind by several of the show's main actors. The cast had virtually been turned upside down by the end of the show's run, with so many different transitions and replacements for episodes, that you wouldn't be able to figure out that the original season's main cast members were only Ron Howard, Marion Ross, Anson Williams, and Tom Bosley.
Fonzie dates a lot of women, and often Richie, Potsie and Ralph get crushes on girls. Joanie sometimes gets crushes on boys too. An implied ability for The Fonz.
Or, in this case, "Inspiration Point". Arnold's, the most famous television example probably ever. This is The '50safter all- it'd virtually be impossible to not have one here. In the later seasons, the place was made over into an early-'60s coffee house. Minor with Fake ID: Fonzie's mom is revealed to be this, though the circumstances aren't quite clear. One episode is centered around him encountering a woman he believes is his mother.
The woman manages to convince him that she's not, but after he leaves, the audience sees she has a picture of Fonzie as a baby. Chachi was brought in to appeal to young girls. Richie is very polite. He has tried to be mean several times, but always failed. My bike likes Ike! Not Even Bothering with the Accent: Basketball scholarship bound Chuck receives a round, bouncy gift covered in paper.
He's worried it might be breakable. Subverted in another episode, where Potsie and Ralph get Richie a hockey stick for Christmas. Richie immediately knows what it is, which surprises Potsie. Only Known by Their Nickname: Everyone calls him "Arnold", however; he jokes that it was easier and cheaper to answer to "Arnold" than to buy the letter signs to rename the Malt Shop "Takahashi's". And then there's Potsie, whose first name is actually "Warren.
Richie, Fonzie, and Howard all consider themselves one in comparison to the others. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. March Learn how and when to remove this template message Arthur Fonzarelli was born to an Italian-American family. He and his mother were abandoned by his father. When the senior Fonzarelli disappeared, he left a locked box for his son, but not a key; the young Arthur did everything to open the box before finally repeatedly running over it with his tricycle, only to reveal that it just contained the key to the box.
The only advice Fonzie remembered his father giving was "Don't go out in the rain in your socks. Fonzie is resentful, but at the end of the episode he opens his father's letter explaining why he left and reads it. He also learns that the sailor was his father, who admits in the letter that he doubted he would have the courage to reveal the truth to his son. In a later episode, Fonzie unexpectedly meets a woman he believes is his mother in a diner. She convinces him she is not, but in the end, she looks at a picture of Fonzie.
Grandma Nussbaum appears to have been a primary caregiver to Fonzie since the age of six. When he instead of Grandma Nussbaum moves into the Cunninghams' garage apartment —a plot development that helped precipitate his domination of the program—he turns his old apartment over to his grandmother. She is rarely referred to after that but she is featured in at least one later episode.
Grandma Nussbaum and she alone calls Fonzie "Skippy".
She is also the grandmother of Fonzie's cousin Chachi. Fonzie's devotion to her foreshadows his ongoing devotion to mother figures throughout the show, particularly to Marion Cunningham, whom Fonzie affectionately calls "Mrs. Though at first looked down on and mistrusted a result of his past and being a high school dropouthe eventually became accepted by the Cunninghams his friend Richie's familyespecially when he rented an attic room over their garage.
Even Richie's father, Howard "Mr. Fonzie shares a very close relationship with his younger cousin Chachi. They often had plots in the episodes together, especially after Richie left the show. Fonzie was able to be the older brother figure that Chachi needed in his life.
In having Chachi come to live and work with him, Fonzie grows too, becoming an overall better, more responsible and caring person. Fonzie serves as Chachi's best man when he marries Joanie. In the long shot at the end of Chachi and Joanie's wedding, Fonzie is the first person who comes to congratulate his younger cousin. He and Chachi embrace for several seconds.
They share another hug at the end of Mr. These are just a couple examples of Fonzie and Chachi's relationship. The last couple seasons show how close Fonzie and Chachi really grew to be.
Fonzie regards Richie's two best friends, Ralph Malph and Potsie Webber, as nerds; largely because of their willingness to do virtually anything to fit in. Because Richie doesn't compromise his principles as easily and sticks to what he believes is right, Fonzie doesn't subject Richie to this kind of treatment, and over time, grows fond of him. At the beginning of the series, Fonzie is a high school dropout, prompting establishment characters in the show to see him as a rebel and bad influence.
Fonzie is shown once attempting to go back to school with Richie, but he later decides it just isn't for him and drops out again. However, a few seasons later, Fonzie is secretly attending night school and ultimately earns his high school diploma.
Through it all, Fonzie worked as an auto mechanic. He later became an auto mechanic instructor at Jefferson High School and finally a full-fledged teacher. Fonzie has a very high moral code. He always treats others with respect and sticks up for those who can't defend themselves. On the other hand, he often expects others to follow his example.
After Chachi accidentally burns down Arnold's, for example, Fonzie disciplines him severely for his carelessness in forgetting to shut off the kitchen grill and then tossing his apron onto the grill, even though other characters including owner Al understand it was just an accident. Fonzie was consistently portrayed as being very successful with women.
Since when is politics the key to sex? I heard about a guy who was canvassing in ' He rang a lady's doorbell and didn't come out till ' I know I'm right. Why should I have to apologize? Because he is your father.
Right or wrong, I always apologize. It keeps my allowance coming in. We're gonna go cruising and see if we can catch onto some new talent. Why don't you drop Mary Anne, and come with us?
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You know the old saying, "A bird in the hand Yeah, but what you have is a dog on a leash. I don't get it.
Two red-headed gods and she picks Potsie Weber. Maybe she feels sorry for him. No, she doesn't know him the way we do.
The Howdy Doody Show [2. I'm gonna interview Howdy Doody. How are you gonna do that? I'm gonna pull a few strings. Get a Job [2. With a glass of water? It's a start, Rich, it's a start. It gets you inside the house. Then, you charm your way into her private quarters.
From there, you're just one subtle move away from paradise. You go from a glass of water to paradise? Mom, you're not still mad, are you? I'm not still mad because I never was mad.
You ordered this meatloaf, Richard. You always call me "Richard" when you're mad. When she's mad at me, she calls me "brat. Yeah, just wait 'til my bongo solo. We didn't get the job, I know it.
You'd better be wrong. I already spent the money we didn't earn from the last job we didn't get. Fish and Fins [2. What's bothering you, Richard? Well, I always know when my children are troubled.