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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
Happy Days The Fourth Season should be released this Holidays before 2008 ends.
The Happy Days DVD sets bring us one of our long-time favorite shows with a recording quality and vivid color which makes it seem brand-new.
VERY fun, family friendly and glad it returned to TV so kids can watch it after school instead of some of the shows that are on now...
I love this show so much I order all series and is wanting them to release more on dvd. I love watching childhood movies from the past. Read morePublished 2 months ago by LaQuisha Smith
I enjoy watching this show as I grew up. My sons like watching Happy Days also with me.It is something we can watch as a family.Published 2 months ago by glen ferry
My son ordered this. He wants to own the whole series. He didn't get to see it while it esse on tv
He hadn't been born yet.
I haven't seen these shows for decades and they still make me happy. Great casting, great storylines, great acting!Published 4 months ago by Diane E. Ellison
It's even better than I remembered! Going back to my youth again is always a pleasant visit..... :-)Published 4 months ago by Rafty Waynesteen
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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