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Happy Days: The Third Season is definitely a peak in the show's lengthy history, just before the series took a turn for the silly (or sillier). This was the year Laverne (Penny Marshall) and Shirley (Cindy Williams) were introduced to the world on Happy Days (before landing their own spin-off series). And armchair TV historians will take note how sexist the show could be while it simultaneously takes a minor stab at American racism in "Fonzie's New Friend" (in which the Fonz shows up with an African-American pal to play drums in Richie's band, and gets a hostile reaction from whites in the community). --Tom Keogh
I have been having so much fun watching Happy Days...last time I had enjoyed the series was back in the 80's when it ran as reruns. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brock68
one of my very favorite TV shows from when I was a kid. DVDs were new & in package and no problems. Received on time.Published 1 month ago by josiev
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|question for the diehards||
I know in the original version, after the mention of watermelon, they cut to Stick's face and he rolls his eyes and makes an exasperated look. Something else is said that I can't recall. The syndicated episodes on TV Land and Nick at Nite don't cut that scene. Also, the DVD is missing the tag... Read More
Nov 5, 2013 by Breather | See all 2 posts
|Happy Days Reunion Movie?||
What's to say they'd be irked? They were transcending eras themselves anyways.
Mar 7, 2008 by Robin Orlowski | See all 4 posts
|only 1 episoded edited(pretty sure)||
Hello Brian, I can tell you for sure that these episodes have been edited or they are the syndicated masters. On my post i mentioned that in the episode where they bring in Laverne and Shirley for the first time when Richie and Fonzie go out on a double date with the girls at the end of the... Read More
Oct 19, 2008 by S. Bowles | See all 4 posts
|Please Keep those Happy Days Coming!||
Not every television show is on permanent display in the Smithsonian. Sounds like a must-release-on-DVD-season-sets marker to me.
I still remember seeing the final episode of Happy Days when it originally aired. Oh to permanently own all the seasons on DVD again.
Oct 12, 2007 by Robin Orlowski | See all 4 posts