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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Happy Days' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'Happy Days':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

January 15, 1974: All The Way
Season 1, episode 1
W: Garry Marshall, Rob Reiner, Phil Mishkin   D: Mel Ferber

With Gavan O'Herlihy (Chuck), Kathy O'Dare (Mary Lou), Danny Jacobson (Pat), Rick Hurst (Cook).
A nostalgic comedy series re-creating the 1950s and early 1960s as the Cunninghams strive to bring up their family in the time of Uncle Miltie, rock 'n' roll and drive-in movies. In the premiere show, Richard Cunningham seems to have it "made in the shade" when his best friend lines him up for a date with a girl who has a reputation as a "warm form".

January 22, 1974: The Lemon
Season 1, episode 2
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Jerry Paris

With Tita Bell (Trudy), Gavan O'Herlihy (Chuck), Cindy Eilbacher (Betty).
Richie and Potsie buy a classy convertible and have already lined up dates for the sock hop when mechanical breakdowns begin.

January 29, 1974: Richie's Cup Runneth Over
Season 1, episode 3
W: William Bickley, Bob Brunner   D: Jerry Paris

With Gavan O'Herlihy (Chuck), Louisa Moritz (Verna Laverne), Lennie Weinrib (Duke), Tim Haldeman (Arnold), Beatrice Colen (Waitress), Tom Harris (Vince).
Richie attends his first bachelor party with Potsie and a bunch of Marines and is driven home by a dancer who pops out of a cake.

February 5, 1974: Guess Who's Coming To Visit
Season 1, episode 4
W: Mark Rothman, Lowell Ganz   D: Jerry Paris

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Gavan O'Herlihy (Chuck), Herb Voland (Sergeant), Alan Abelew (Skizzy), Laura Michaels (Jean), Julie Graham (Cheerleader), Barry Greenberg (Moose), Carey Williams (Girl).
Richie and Potsie sneak out to watch an illegal midnight drag race in which Fonzie is involved.

February 12, 1974: Hardware Jungle
Season 1, episode 5
W: Frank Buxton, Michael Leeson   D: Jerry Paris

With Tita Bell (Trudy), Gavan O'Herlihy (Chuck), George Ives (Dr. McKay), Peter Brocco (Mr. Egan), Robert Casper (Customer), Richard Doran (Bert), Barry Greenberg (Moose).
While Mr. Cunningham has his tonsils out, his son Richie runs the hardware store alone for the first time -- with disastrous results.

February 19, 1974: The Deadly Dares
Season 1, episode 6
W: Steve Zacharias   D: Herb Wallerstein

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Neil J. Schwartz (Bag), Gavan O'Herlihy (Chuck), Ed Begley Jr. (Hank), Jack Riley (O'Reilly), Lou Tiano (Rocky), John Wheeler (Mr. Crenshaw).
Richie and Postie join the Demons club in order to attract girls. Initiation includes wearing embarrassing costumes to a school sock hop.

February 26, 1974: Fonzie Drops In
Season 1, episode 7
W: William Bickley, Bob Brunner   D: Mel Ferber

With Tita Bell (Trudy), Gavan O'Herlihy (Chuck), Jessica Myerson (Miss Pratt), Stuart Nisbet (Mr. Faraday), Jean Fraser (Sandy).
Richie faces a dilemma when Fonzie, whom he has convinced to re-enroll in school, demands help in cheating.

March 5, 1974: The Skin Game
Season 1, episode 8
W: William Bickley   D: Mel Ferber

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Gavan O'Herlihy (Chuck), Arthur Batanides (Eddie), Barbara Rhoades (Bubbles), Lee Paul (Mory), Billy Sands (Waiter), Frank Sivero (Pockets).
Richie and Potsie obtain fake identification cards in order to attend a burlesque show.

March 12, 1974: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
Season 1, episode 9
W: William Bickley   D: Jerry Paris

With Laurette Spang (Arlene), Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Tita Bell (Trudy), Reta Shaw (Mrs. McCarthy), Jean Fraser (Sandy).
Richie and his girlfriend quit going steady, which presents a problem since it's too late for them to make other dates for the big prom.

March 26, 1974: Give The Band A Hand
Season 1, episode 10
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Jerry Paris

With Neil J. Schwartz (Bag), Gavan O'Herlihy (Chuck), Bruce Kimmel (Murf), Richard Rasof (Animal), Don Carter (Brian), Kay Dingle (Waitress).
To make some money, Richie, Potsie, Ralph, and Bag form a band. They secure a gig, but Richie and Potsie then lose the money playing poker.

April 2, 1974: Because She's There
Season 1, episode 11
W: Jack Winter   D: Peter Baldwin

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Diana Canova (Phyllis), Gracia Lee (Hazel), Mike Monahan (Harry), Karen Duitsman (Susan), Barry Greenberg (Moose).
Richie faces an awkward evening at Ralph Malph's costume party, taking a blind date who towers over him.

April 9, 1974: In The Name Of Love
Season 1, episode 12
W: Jack Winter   D: Don Weis

With Mary Cross (Cindy), Dick Balduzzi (Joe), Robert Karvelas (Man).
Richie falls for a cute new student who is only interested in his friendship, and he goes all out to make her change her mind.

April 16, 1974: Great Expectations
Season 1, episode 13
W: Bob Brunner, Michael Leeson   D: Jerry Paris

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Udana Power (Diedre), Danny Goldman (Lawrence), Valerie Curtin (Poetess).
Richie befriends a stranded beatnik girl and brings her home to stay temporarily -- then learns she is pregnant.

April 23, 1974: The Best Man
Season 1, episode 14
W: Joel Kane   D: Jerry Paris

With Robert DoQui (Fred), Bill Henderson (Mr. Davis), Gail Cameron (Carol), Amzie Strickland (Mrs. Finley), Wonderful Smith (Reverend), Edward Marshall (Officer Kincaid).
The prospect of the wedding of a black couple taking place in the Cunninghams' home upsets the white neighbors -- and the father of the bride.

April 30, 1974: Knock Around The Block
Season 1, episode 15
W: Ben Joelson, Art Baer   D: Jerry Paris

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Darrell Fetty (Frankie), Manuel Padilla Jr. (Squirt), Tom Ruben (Milton), Herbie Faye (Pop).
A rumble is in prospect after tough gang members cross town to thank Richie for a favor, then depart -- with Potsie's bicycle.

May 7, 1974: Be The First On Your Block
Season 1, episode 16
W: Richard Morgan   D: Jerry Paris

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Ronnie Schell (Ernie), Christina Hart (Carole), Jean Fraser (Girl).
Howard wants to buy a bomb shelter to protect his family, but all of his friends, relatives and neighbors want space in it too.





September 10, 1974: Richie Moves Out
Season 2, episode 1
W: Art Baer, Ben Joelson   D: Jerry Paris

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Linda Purl (Gloria), Misty Rowe (Wendy), Tita Bell (Trudy), Randolph Roberts (Chuck).
As the second season opens, Richie can't afford his own apartment so he moves in with his older brother Chuck.

September 17, 1974: Richie's Car
Season 2, episode 2
W: Bob Brunner, Michael Leeson   D: Jerry Paris

With Linda Purl (Gloria), Karl Swenson (Detective), Joshua Shelley (Happy), Suzanne Roth (Charmaine), Lew Horn (Officer Marlow).
Richie buys a souped-up car from Fonzie which turns out to be even hotter than they imagined -- it's stolen.

September 24, 1974: Who's Sorry Now?
Season 2, episode 3
W: Michael Leeson   D: Jerry Paris

With Tannis Montgomery (Arlene), Virginia Gregg (Mrs. Nestrock), Robert Nichols (Mr. Nestrock), Laura Siegel (Rita), Jane Lambert (Woman), Gary Morgan (Usher).
Richie, trapped into going steady, desperately searches for a graceful way to regain his freedom.

October 1, 1974: You Go To My Head
Season 2, episode 4
W: Phil Mishkin   D: Jerry London

With Misty Rowe (Wendy), Ivor Francis (Dr. Castle), Christina Hart (Carole), Cathey Paine (Girl), Pamela Peters (Anne).
Richie's fears get the best of him while reading a book on abnormal psychology, and drive him to secretly see a psychiatrist.

October 8, 1974: ROTC
Season 2, episode 5
W: Mickey Rose   D: Jerry Paris

With Dave Ketchum (Binicky), Misty Rowe (Wendy), Richard Kuller (Charlie).
Richie's leadership ability is tested when he is put in charge of the high school ROTC unit.

October 29, 1974: Haunted
Season 2, episode 6
W: Bruce Shelly, David Ketchum   D: Garry Marshall

With Kathleen Marshall (Princess), Scott Marshall (Cowboy), Linda Purl (Gloria), Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Neil J. Schwartz (Bag), Lori Marshall (Witch).
Richie fights his fears over attending a Halloween party at a haunted house where he believes he saw a headless ghost.

November 12, 1974: Wish Upon A Star
Season 2, episode 7
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herb Wallerstein

With Cheryl Ladd (Cindy Shea), Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Linda Purl (Gloria), Frank Ashmore (Johnny), Bryan O'Byrne (Mr. Carlyle), James Daughton (Larry).
Richie is the envy of Jefferson High when he wins a date to escort Hollywood starlet Cindy Shea to the school's victory dance.

November 19, 1974: Not With My Sister, You Don't
Season 2, episode 8
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Jerry Paris

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Misty Rowe (Wendy), Neil J. Schwartz (Bag), Danny Butch (Spike), Susan Denbo (Carol), Don Potter (Harry).
Richie's surprise over little sister Joanie's first date turns to shock when he learns it is with Spike, a pint-size replica of his Uncle Fonzie.

November 26, 1974: Big Money
Season 2, episode 9
W: Greg Strangis, Jerry Rannow   D: Jerry Paris

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Linda Purl (Gloria), Dave Madden (Jack Whippett), Lou Wagner (Mr. Schneiber), James Ritz (Quincy).
Richie, close to winning the $5,000 jackpot on a TV game show, faces a dilemma when the host slips him the answers.

December 3, 1974: A Star Is Bored
Season 2, episode 10
W: Bobby Boswell   D: Jerry Paris

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Ronnie Schell (Monty Miller), Britt Leach (Rev. Harlan), Alice Nunn (Mrs. Stewart).
Fonzie startles the audience with his own interpretation of Hamlet in the church production.

December 17, 1974: Guess Who's Coming To Christmas
Season 2, episode 11
W: Bill Idelson   D: Frank Buxton

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Misty Rowe (Wendy), Randolph Roberts (Chuck), Robert Casper (Orville), Marjorie Bennett (Mrs. Harrison).
Richie accidentally discovers that Fonzie, who has been boasting of sharing a big holiday with relatives, is miserably alone on Christmas Eve.

January 7, 1975: Open House
Season 2, episode 12
W: Bill James   D: Jerry Paris

With Neil J. Schwartz (Bag), Joan Prather (Ruth), Colleen Camp (Rose), Patricia Wilson (Mrs. Ellis), Cindy Cassell (Penny), Melanie Baker (Lisa Ellis), Nancy Bell (Chris).
Over the protests of Richie, whose parents are out of town, Potsie invites three stranded beauty contestants to spend the night at the Cunningham house.

January 14, 1975: Fonzie's Getting Married
Season 2, episode 13
W: Mark Rothman, Lowell Ganz   D: Jerry Paris

With Nellie Bellflower (Maureen), Jack Perkins (Drunk), Simmy Bow (Emcee).
Fonzie finds the girl of his dreams, but Richie discovers she has a scandalous past.

January 21, 1975: The Cunningham Caper
Season 2, episode 14
W: Michael Weinberger, James Ritz   D: George Tyne

With Herb Edelman (Burglar).
Richie is bored while recovering from the flu until he finds himself alone in his home with a burglar.

January 28, 1975: The Not Making Of The President
Season 2, episode 15
W: Lloyd Garver, Ken Hecht   D: Jerry Paris

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Misty Rowe (Wendy), Stephanie Steele (Debbie).
The presidential campaign of 1956 splits the Cunningham household -- Richie is for Stevenson and his father likes Ike.

February 11, 1975: Cruisin'
Season 2, episode 16
W: Ron Friedman   D: Jerry Paris

With Neil J. Schwartz (Bag), Maureen McCormick (Hildie), Michael Lembeck (Dooley).
Richie, Postie, and Ralph make a bet with Bag that they can beat him at latching onto new chicks.

February 18, 1975: The Howdy Doody Show
Season 2, episode 17
W: Bob Brunner   D: Jerry Paris

With Bob Smith (Buffalo Bob Smith), Bruce Kimmel (Mark), Bob Brunner (Clarabell).
Facing a deadline for the school paper, Richie tries to get a photo of Clarabell, the clown from The Howdy Doody Show, without makeup.

February 25, 1975: Get A Job
Season 2, episode 18
W: Bill Idelson   D: Jerry Paris

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Leslie Charleson (Mrs. Kimber).
Richie and his friends go to work for an attractive divorcee and get romantic notions.

March 4, 1975: Fonzie Joins The Band
Season 2, episode 19
W: Ben Joelson, Art Baer   D: Frank Buxton

With Neil J. Schwartz (Bag), Adam Arkin (Bo), Susan Richardson (Carol).
Fonzie gets the outfits for Richie's combo to wear at a dance -- and an extra one for himself so he can crash the affair.

March 11, 1975: Fish And The Fins
Season 2, episode 20
W: Phil Mishkin   D: Jerry Paris

With Flash Cadillac & The Continental Kids (Johnny Fish and The Fins), Georganne LaPiere (Corrine), Marjorie Bennett (Lady), Borah Silver (Guard), Shelley Spurlock (Girl), Hank Stohl (Announcer).
Richie's friendship with a member of a famous rock group leads to problems when the group moves into his home and he must keep their presence a secret.

March 18, 1975: Richie's Flip Side
Season 2, episode 21
W: Greg Strangis, Jerry Rannow   D: Herb Wallerstein

With Warren Berlinger (Charlie the Prince), Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Misty Rowe (Wendy), Tita Bell (Trudy), Jesse White (Bander), Jean Fraser (Sandy).
Richie gets a chance to become a deejay and has his first taste of success, but he doesn't handle it too well.

April 29, 1975: Kiss Me Sickly
Season 2, episode 22
W: James Ritz, Michael Weinberger   D: George Tyne

With Laurette Spang (Denise), Misty Rowe (Wendy), Richard Kuller (Kid), Didi Conn (Joyce).
During Fonzie's absence, his girlfriend Denise decides to test the trustworthiness of Richie, who's been delegated by Fonzie to keep tabs on her.

May 6, 1975: Goin' To Chicago
Season 2, episode 23
W: Frank Buxton   D: George Tyne

With Erin Moran (Joanie), George Furth (Mr. Pinney), Phil Leeds (J. Jackie Silver), Pamela Myers (Mitzi), Helen Page Camp (Miss Wheaton).
Richie, Potsie, and Ralph, in the Windy City with the school chorus. sneak out of their hotel room to sample the nightlife.





September 9, 1975: Fonzie Moves In
Season 3, episode 1
W: Mark Rothman, Lowell Ganz   D: Jerry Paris

With Susan Lawrence (Vivian), Lillian Bronson (Mrs. Nussbaum), Bob W. Hoffman (Skizzy).
As the third season opens, the Cunninghams decide to make extra money by renting a room, but they get more than they bargained for when Fonzie decides to move in.

September 16, 1975: Motorcycle
Season 3, episode 2
W: William Bickley, Michael Warren   D: Jerry Paris

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha).
Fonzie seeks revenge when he finds that his beloved motorcycle has been mangled and left on the Cunningham lawn.

September 23, 1975: Fearless Fonzarelli (1)
Season 3, episode 3
W: Michael Weinberger   D: Jerry Paris

With Jack Smith (Himself), Joseph Bova (Burt), Melinda Naud (Roberta).
Worried that he's losing his cool, Fonzie attempts to jump 14 garbage cans on his motorcycle on live television.

September 30, 1975: Fearless Fonzarelli (2)
Season 3, episode 4
W: Bob Brunner   D: Jerry Paris

With Jack Smith (Himself), Peter Hobbs (Doctor), Peggy Doyle (Nun).
After Fonzie is injured while attempting to jump his motorcycle over a world-record 14 garbage cans on a TV program, he proceeds to make life at the Cunningham home miserable while he is recovering.

October 7, 1975: The Other Richie Cunningham
Season 3, episode 5
W: Perry Grant, Dick Bensfield   D: Jerry Paris

With Ned Wertimer (George McKinnie), Sherry Hursey (Winnie McKinnie).
Richie and Postie change identities when Howard Cunningham asks Richie to take out the daughter of a business associate.

October 14, 1975: Richie Fights Back
Season 3, episode 6
W: Arthur Silver   D: Jerry Paris

With Ken Lerner (Frankie), Susan Lawrence (Vivian), Jeff Conaway (Rocko).
Richie takes some advice on self-defense from his pal Fonzie after two thugs pick on him at the teenage hangout.

October 21, 1975: Jailhouse Rock
Season 3, episode 7
W: Bob Brunner   D: Art Fisher

With Jack Perkins (Drunk), Ed Peck (Kirk).
To protest a new curfew law, Richie refuses to leave jail even after charges have been dropped against him.

October 28, 1975: Howard's 45th Fiasco
Season 3, episode 8
W: Frank Buxton   D: Jerry Paris

With Mary Treen (Miss Prism).
Fonzie comes to the rescue as Howard is suffering a case of the blues on his birthday.

November 4, 1975: Fonzie The Flatfoot
Season 3, episode 9
W: Marty Nadler   D: Jerry Paris

With Beatrice Colen (Marsha), Ken Lerner (Frankie), Jeffrey Kramer (Lefty), Melinda Naud (Roberta), Ed Peck (Kirk).
Fonzie does a change of character and turns policeman in order to prevent a rumble at Arnold's drive-in.

November 11, 1975: A Date With Fonzie
Season 3, episode 10
W: Mark Rothman, Lowell Ganz   D: Jerry Paris

With Cindy Williams (Shirley Feeney), Penny Marshall (Laverne DeFazio), Laurie Walters (Susan).
Fonzie plays Cupid for Richie, arranging a double date with two unusual young women.

November 18, 1975: Three On A Porch
Season 3, episode 11
W: Bobby Boswell, Tiffany York   D: Jerry Paris

With Robin Mattson (Linda), Anne Lockhart (Marcia), Dianne Harper (Karen), Sandy Kenyon (Uncle Tom).
Richie and his pals Potsie and Ralph are in for a boring vacation without girls until Fonzie comes to their rescue.

November 25, 1975: Fonzie's New Friend
Season 3, episode 12
W: Sid Arthur, Artie Laing   D: Jerry Paris

With Neil J. Schwartz (Bag), Vivian Bonnell (Rosemary), Jack Baker (Bill), Kathy O'Dare (Lois), Carol Williams (Meralee), Jerii Woods (Kathleen).
Fonzie introduces Bill "Sticks" Downey to his friends and gets mixed reactions because Bill is "colored".

December 2, 1975: They Call It Potsie Love
Season 3, episode 13
W: Marty Nadler   D: Jerry Paris

The cool Fonzie gives Joanie advice about love when she flips for Potsie, but things don't work out as planned.

December 16, 1975: Tell It To The Marines
Season 3, episode 14
W: Sid Arthur, Artie Laing   D: Jerry Paris

With Amy Irving (Olivia).
Convinced that no girl could be attracted to him and that he's useless, Ralph threatens to enlist with the Marines.

January 6, 1976: Dance Contest
Season 3, episode 15
W: Bob Howard   D: Norm Gray

With Rance Howard (Announcer).
Fonzie gets more than he bargained for when Mrs. Cunningham asks him to be her partner at the Harvest Moon dance.

January 12, 1976: The Happy Days 2nd Anniversary Special
Season 3, episode 16
W: Arthur Silver, Bob Brunner   D: Jerry Paris

With Cindy Williams (Shirley Feeney), Penny Marshall (Laverne DeFazio), Susan Lawrence (Vivian), Ken Lerner (Frankie), Ed Peck (Kirk), Darrell Fetty (Frankie), Jeff Conaway (Rocko), Manuel Padilla Jr. (Squirt), Tom Ruben (Milton).
In a second anniversary episode, Fonzie and the Cunningham family get together in remembering the highlghts of the past two years.

January 13, 1976: Fonzie The Salesman
Season 3, episode 17
W: David W. Duclon   D: Jerry Paris

With Dick Van Patten (Hunsberger), Richard Stahl (Van Alden), Bella Bruck (Housewife), Heather Lowe (Lady), Bob W. Hoffman (Man).
When Fonzie disagrees with his auto repair shop boss, he takes Richie's advice and looks for other work.

January 20, 1976: Football Frolics
Season 3, episode 18
W: James Ritz   D: Jerry Paris

With Cindy Williams (Shirley Feeney), Penny Marshall (Laverne DeFazio), Danny Butch (Spike), Kristoff St. John (Booker Brown).
Fonzie finds a source for tickets to the championship football game, and Richie turns the household into a babysitting camp to earn money to buy them.

January 27, 1976: Fonzie The Superstar
Season 3, episode 19
W: Arthur Silver, Barry Rubinowitz   D: Jerry Paris

With Cindy Williams (Shirley Feeney), Penny Marshall (Laverne DeFazio), Jack Baker (Sticks), Jillian Kesner (Patty Petralunga).
With Potsie away, the guys try to get Fonzie to take his place as the band's singer for the senior dance.

February 3, 1976: Two Angry Men
Season 3, episode 20
W: Joe Glauberg   D: Jerry Paris

With June Lockhart (Judge MacBride), Bob W. Hoffman (Ernie), Robert Ball (Bailiff), Lloyd Kino (Marvin Lee).
Fonzie sues when his pigeon coop crashes through the Cunningham roof during a blizzard, and Howard refuses to pay for the damages.

February 10, 1976: Beauty Contest
Season 3, episode 21
W: Michael Warren, William Bickley   D: Jerry Paris

With Jane Alice Brandon (Ann Louise), Janice Heiden (Cynthia), Patricia Joyce (Bunny), Marjorie Marshall (Piano Player).
Richie and his pals are anxious to meet girls, and Fonzie suggests they stage a fixed beauty contest.

February 17, 1976: Bringing Up Spike
Season 3, episode 22
W: Joe Glauberg   D: Jerry Paris

With Susan Lawrence (Gigi), Danny Butch (Spike), Clint Howard (Moose).
Fonzie is shocked to discover that his nephew believes the way to emulate him is to join some hoodlums who plan to rob Arnold's drive-in.

February 24, 1976: A Sight For Sore Eyes
Season 3, episode 23
W: David W. Duclon   D: Jerry Paris

With Jack Dodson (Dr. Malph).
Fonzie panics when he learns that he has to wear glasses, for fear that it will ruin his image as a sex symbol.

March 2, 1976: Arnold's Wedding
Season 3, episode 24
W: Bob Brunner   D: Frank Buxton

With Nobu McCarthy (Momo), Richard Lee Sung (Terukazu), Kimiko Hiroshige (Aunt Sumi), Rollin Moriyama (Officiate).
Arnold asks Fonzie to be the best man at his wedding, but Fonzie doesn't like the idea.





September 21, 1976: Fonzie Loves Pinky
Season 4, episode 1
W: Arthur Silver   D: Jerry Paris

With Ken Lerner (Rocco), Roz Kelly (Pinky Tuscadero), Michael Pataki (Count Mallachi), Doris Hess (Tina), Kelly Sanders (Lola).
Bold Pinky Tuscadero roars back into Fonzie's life and he falls hopelessly in love with her.

September 28, 1976: Fonzie Loves Pinky (3)
Season 4, episode 2
W: Joe Glauberg   D: Jerry Paris

With Ken Lerner (Rocco), Roz Kelly (Pinky Tuscadero), Michael Pataki (Count Mallachi), Doris Hess (Tina), Kelly Sanders (Lola), Ceil Cabot (Nun).
Fonzie battles the Mallachi brothers in a demolition derby.

October 5, 1976: A Mind Of His Own
Season 4, episode 3
W: Jack Winter   D: Jerry Paris

With Larry Golden (Butch), Gary Springer (Bernie), Lynn Benesch (Miss Franklin), Bill Idelson (Doctor), Michele Nichols (Laura).
The Cunninghams become concerned after Fonzie engages in a series of fights and convince him to see a psychiatrist -- which abruptly changes his lifestyle.

October 19, 1976: Fonzie The Father
Season 4, episode 4
W: Marty Nadler   D: Jerry Paris

With Udana Power (Louisa), Betty Kean (Millie), Christina Hart (Kitty).
A pregnant woman unexpectedly becomes a Cunningham houseguest, and the baby decides to arrive prematurely.

October 26, 1976: Fonzie's Hero
Season 4, episode 5
W: Barry Rubinowitz   D: Jerry Paris

With Scott Marshall (Scotti), Kathleen Marshall (Kathi), Amy Bosley (Amy).
Potsie saves Fonzie from a fire at the garage. Out of gratitude, Fonzie grants Potsie one favor, and Potsie wants to pal around with the Fonz.

November 9, 1976: A Place Of His Own
Season 4, episode 6
W: Bill Idelson   D: Jerry Paris

With Jennifer Shaw (Cindy), Conrad Janis (Mr. Kendall).
Richie persuades Fonzie to let him use his apartment when a new girl arrives in town.

November 16, 1976: They Shoot Fonzies, Don't They?
Season 4, episode 7
W: Steffen Zacharias, Steve Zacharias   D: Jerry Paris

With Charlene Tilton (Jill Higgins), Gary Epp (Bubba), Marc McClure (Jimmy Bradkip).
Fonzie agrees to be Joanie's partner in the marathon dance contest, but he arrives exhausted after pushing his cracked-up bike for 12 miles. If he loses the contest, he has to get a crewcut.

November 23, 1976: The Muckrakers
Season 4, episode 8
W: Alan Mandel, Charles Shyer   D: Jerry Paris

With Arthur Batanides (Louie), Robert Ball (Curly).
Richie becomes an investigative reporter to expose a cafeteria scandal, and uncovers a secret about Fonzie that could ruin his "cool" reputation.

November 30, 1976: A.K.A. The Fonz
Season 4, episode 9
W: Brian Levant   D: Jerry Paris

With Alan Oppenheimer (Mickey Malph), Jack Perkins (Bob), Ed Peck (Sheriff Kirk).
The town isn't big enough for Fonzie and the new power-hungry sheriff, and when The Fonz gets an ultimatum to get out of town, something has to give.

December 7, 1976: Richie Branches Out
Season 4, episode 10
W: James Ritz   D: Jerry Paris

With Vern Rowe (J.B.), Paulette Breen (Angela).
Richie falls in love with a poster girl and, taking Fonzie's advice, devises a bizarre scheme to meet her.

January 4, 1977: Fonzie's Old Lady
Season 4, episode 11
W: Marty Nadler   D: Jerry Paris

With Diana Hyland (Adriana).
Fonzie believes he has fixed a little old lady's car, but the real owner turns out to be a mature beauty of the tennis club set, and when she meets the Fonz, romantic sparks fly.

January 11, 1977: Time Capsule
Season 4, episode 12
W: David Ketchum, Tony DiMarco   D: Jerry Paris

With Lynda Goodfriend (Kim), Susan Cotton (Miss Radcliff), Kim O'Brien (Candy), Eileen Dietz (Rebecca).
A time capsule project backfires when Fonzie, along with Richie, Potsie, Ralph Malph and their dates get themselves locked in a vault at Howard's hardware store.

January 18, 1977: The Book Of Records
Season 4, episode 13
W: Yvette Weinberger, Michael Weinberger   D: Jerry Paris

With Neil J. Schwartz (Bag), Peter Hobbs (Mr. Dugan), Charles Galioto (Angie), Heather Warren (Elizabeth).
Fonzie's clumsy cousin Angie goes to work at Arnold's and soon is breaking dishes at a record rate.

January 25, 1977: A Shot In The Dark
Season 4, episode 14
W: Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With Dave Ketchum (Coach Pelino), Brian Byers (Biff), Kim Lankford (Sheena), Suzanne Wishner (Colette).
Richie unexpectedly becomes a hero when he substitutes for an injured star basketball player, then faces the frightening prospect of being expected to lead his team to the championship.

February 1, 1977: Marion Rebels
Season 4, episode 15
W: Dixie Brown Grossman   D: Jerry Paris

With Jillian Kesner (Lorraine), Patricia Wilson (Paulette Barker).
Mrs. Cunningham fears that her life has become a meaningless vacuum, and despite the protests of her family she becomes a waitress at the drive-in.

February 5, 1977: The Third Anniversary Show
Season 4, episode 16
W: Bob Brunner, Arthur Silver   D: Jerry Paris

With Charlene Tilton (Jill Higgins), Gary Epp (Bubba), Jennifer Shaw (Cindy), Diana Canova (Phyllis), Paulette Breen (Angela), Karen Duitsman (Susan), Nancy Walker (Nancy Blansky), Diana Hyland (Adriana), Udana Power (Louisa).
The gang organizes a surprise party for Howard and Marion's 20th anniversary as clips from previous episodes are shown.

February 8, 1977: Graduation (1)
Season 4, episode 17
W: Calvin Kelly   D: Jerry Paris

With Laurette Spang (Arlene), Ceil Cabot (Teacher), Lisa Pelikan (Michelle), Lynda Goodfriend (Kim), Sally Hightower (Sylvia), Dick Van Patten (Mr. Conners).
The eve of graduation day arrives and the excitement increases when it is learned that Fonzie also will be a graduate. But the festivities are dampened when Richie, Potsie and Ralph flunk a course.

February 15, 1977: Graduation (2)
Season 4, episode 18
W: William Bickley, Michael Warren   D: Jerry Paris

With Pat Morita (Arnold), Jason Wingreen (Mr. Haley), Paul Linke (Bruiser), Danny Butch (Spike), Dick Van Patten (Mr. Conners).
After passing make-up health exams and getting permission for Fonzie to participate, the guys arrange for aspects of the graduation ceremony to be sped up in order to accomodate the inclusion of Fonzie's speech.

February 22, 1977: The Physical
Season 4, episode 19
W: David Ketchum, Tony DiMarco   D: Jerry Paris

With Warren Berlinger (Sgt. Betchler), Linda Henning (Lt. Quinlan).
Richie, Potsie, and Ralph panic when they get their notices to take Army physicals, but are relieved somewhat when Fonzie arrives at the induction center for his physical -- and immediately clashes with a tough sergeant.

March 1, 1977: Joanie's Weird Boyfriend
Season 4, episode 20
W: Bob Brunner   D: Jerry Paris

With Derrel Maury (Leroy), Zooey Hall (Herbie), Trish Soodik (Becky), Eddie Mekka (Carmine Ragusa), Marc McClure (Roger).
Joanie rebels at being treated like a child and accepts a date with a motorcycle gang leader, but loses some of her adventurous spirit when it comes to meeting the initiation requirements of the gang.

March 8, 1977: Fonz-How, Inc.
Season 4, episode 21
W: Joe Glauberg   D: Jerry Paris

With Ken Olfson (Simpson), Edwina Gough (Jacqueline).
Howard invents America's first trash compactor, called the Garbage Gulper, and includes Fonzie in his plans to form a corporation and become rich and famous.

March 15, 1977: Spunky Come Home
Season 4, episode 22
W: Arthur Silver, Fred Fox, Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With Thomas Dever (Officer Porter), Hillary Horan (Peggy), Erin Blunt (Wilbur).
A homeless dog becomes the light of Fonzie's life, and when Potsie and Ralph Malph leave the gate open and it runs away, they tell him that the dog has been stolen rather than face his wrath.

March 22, 1977: The Last Of The Big Time Malphs
Season 4, episode 23
W: Joe Glauberg   D: Jerry Paris

With Jack Dodson (Mickey Malph), Christopher Norris (Sheila), Paul Linke (Bruiser).
Ralph Malph finds sudden wealth taking bets from the gang on football games, but when he loses a bundle to a tough guy, it's pay up -- or else.

March 29, 1977: Fonzie's Baptism
Season 4, episode 24
W: William Bickley, Michael Warren   D: Jerry Paris

With Sally Hightower (Mary Lou).
Fonzie demolishes his car in a race, and, realizing how close he came to having his number come up, decides that he wants to be baptized.





September 13, 1977: Hollywood (1)
Season 5, episode 1
W: Joe Glauberg, Walter Kempley   D: Jerry Paris

With Lew Horn (Hinstead), Talia Balsam (Nancy), George Pentecost (Duvall), James Daughton (California Kid), James Van Patten (Sandy).
A movie talent scout offers Fonzie a screen test, which he accepts when it is agreed that Postie, Ralph and the Cunninghams can go with him to Hollywood.

September 13, 1977: Hollywood (2)
Season 5, episode 2
W: Joe Glauberg, Walter Kempley   D: Jerry Paris

With Warren Berlinger (director), Laurette Spang (Wendy), Talia Balsam (Nancy), James Daughton (California Kid), David Agress (Georgie), James Van Patten (Sandy), Vicki Terri (Jenny).
Fonzie takes his screen test with Richie as his reading partner. The director loves Fonzie, but the studio is more impressed with Richie and offers him a contract.

September 20, 1977: Hollywood (3)
Season 5, episode 3
W: Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With Talia Balsam (Nancy), James Daughton (California Kid), James Van Patten (Sandy), David Agress (Georgie).
While awaiting his Hollywood screen test, Fonzie accepts a challenge to compete in a water skiing contest.

September 27, 1977: Hard Cover
Season 5, episode 4
W: Brian Levant   D: Jerry Paris

With Marcia Lewis (Mother Dunbar), Teris Wyss (Christy), Susan Cotton (Librarian), Harvey L. Kahn (Disc Jockey).
Richie and Fonzie are caught in a girls' dorm after curfew, and have to resort to drastic measures to escape the house mother.

October 4, 1977: My Cousin, The Cheat
Season 5, episode 5
W: Walter Kempley   D: Jerry Paris

With Charles Hallahan (Truant Officer).
True to the Fonzarelli code, Fonzie will have nothing more to do with his cousin, Chachi, when the youth skips school and cheats on an exam.

October 25, 1977: Fonsillectomy
Season 5, episode 6
W: Marty Nadler   D: Jerry Paris

With Donna Ponterotto (Nurse), Len Lawson (Dr. Stack), Ellen Meskimen (Candy Striper), Gregg Forrest (Russell).
Fonzie wants to go to a Halloween costume party, but winds up in the children's ward of a hospital with tonsilitis.

November 1, 1977: The Apartment
Season 5, episode 7
W: Dixie Brown Grossman   D: Jerry Paris

With Kathy McCullen (Crash Brannigan), Ogden Talbot (Bum).
Richie, Potsie, and Ralph Malph move into their own apartment, but his roommates' antics drive Richie back to the peace and quiet of the Cunningham home.

November 8, 1977: Fonzie And Leather Tuscadero (1)
Season 5, episode 8
W: Bob Brunner   D: Jerry Paris

With Suzi Quatro (Leather Tuscadero), Ed Peck (Officer Kirk), Donna Fein (Bertie), Kathy Hilton (Gertie).
Joanie shocks her parents when she insists on going on tour with Leather Tuscadero and the Suedes, a new rock group.

November 15, 1977: Fonzie And Leather Tuscadero (2)
Season 5, episode 9
W: Bob Brunner   D: Jerry Paris

With Suzi Quatro (Leather Tuscadero), Donna Fein (Bertie), Hillary Horan (Daphne).
Fonzie and Richie lead the search for Joanie, who has left home determined to become a back-up singer for Leather Tuscadero and her rock group, "The Suedes".

November 22, 1977: My Fair Fonzie
Season 5, episode 10
W: Warren S. Murray   D: Jerry Paris

With Morgan Fairchild (Cynthia), Sam Freed (Millard), Gloria Torres (Juanita), Henry Charles (Maitre d').
Fonzie falls for a pretty socialite whose snobbish brother decides it would be a great gag to invite him to a high society party.

November 29, 1977: Bye Bye Blackball
Season 5, episode 11
W: Barry Rubinowitz   D: Jerry Paris

With Robert Burke (Tom McKenna), Alan Wedner (Brad Donnelly), Judy Landers (Boom Boom), Nora Morgan (Claudia), Lillian Laserson (Darlene).
Richie, Potsie, and Ralph are pledges at the same fraternity, but when Ralph and Potsie are blackballed, Richie is told not to associate with them.

December 6, 1977: Requiem For A Malph
Season 5, episode 12
W: Steffen Zacharias, Steve Zacharias   D: Jerry Paris

With Audrey Landers (Kitty), Reb Brown (Rebel E. Lee).
Ralph's pride overshadows his terror as he enters the boxing ring with a football bruiser over the affections of a pretty girl.

December 13, 1977: Nose For News
Season 5, episode 13
W: Walter Kempley   D: Jerry Paris

With Henry Beckman (Professor Garrity), Tita Bell (Harriet), Laura Fromer (Millie), H.B. Haggerty (Bruno).
Richie takes his investigative reporter assignment seriously, and with the help of Fonzie's girlfriend, who works at city hall, exposes something rotten in the sanitation department.

January 3, 1978: Grandpa's Visit
Season 5, episode 14
W: George F. Slavin   D: Jerry Paris

With Danny Thomas (Sean Cunningham).
Grandpa Cunningham, a dynamic go-getter who's been forced to retire, arrives at the Cunningham home determined to find a new life.

January 10, 1978: Potsie Gets Pinned
Season 5, episode 15
W: Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With Lorrie Mahaffey (Jennifer), Carol-Ann Williams (Louise).
Potsie panics when he faces the fraternity initiation for being pinned to a sorority girl.

January 17, 1978: Joanie's First Kiss
Season 5, episode 16
W: Barbara Fredrika O'Keefe   D: Jerry Paris

With Tim Dial (David), Terry Porter (Wendy), Shirley Kirkes (Blossom).
Howard is finally persuaded to allow Joanie to go on a date, and it turns into a memorable event when she receives her first kiss.

January 24, 1978: Marion's Misgivings
Season 5, episode 17
W: Fred Maio   D: Jerry Paris

With Jill Bunker, Jan Bunker, Suzi Quatro (Leather Tuscadero).
When Marion fears she is losing Howard to a younger woman -- Leather Tuscadero -- she transforms herself into a veiled beauty and turns the Cunningham home into a scene from "The Arabian Nights".

January 31, 1978: Richie Almost Dies
Season 5, episode 18
W: Marty Nadler   D: Jerry Paris

With Suzi Quatro (Leather), Robert Patten (Doctor).
Fonzie prays for his best friend to pull through when Richie cracks up his new motorcycle and lies near death.

February 7, 1978: Spunkless Spunky
Season 5, episode 19
W: James Ritz   D: Jerry Paris

With Dr. Joyce Brothers (Herself), Eileen Barnett (Eileen Wilson), Rance Howard (Ben Wilson).
Fonzie's dog gets the blahs and ends up on Dr. Joyce Brothers' couch for psychological therapy.

February 14, 1978: Be My Valentine
Season 5, episode 20
W: Fred Maio   D: Jerry Paris

With Lorrie Mahaffey (Jennifer), Christopher Knight (Binky Hodges), Sally Hightower (Melissa).
Joanie, thrilled to be headed for her first annual dance at Arnold's with a boyfriend, is crushed when her date cancels at the last minute.

February 21, 1978: Our Gang
Season 5, episode 21
W: Brian Levant   D: Jerry Paris

With Derrel Maury (Monk), David Rini (Iggy).
Fonzie's life as a gang leader is recalled to convince Chachi that it's not so cool to be a member of a street gang.

February 28, 1978: My Favorite Orkan
Season 5, episode 22
W: Joe Glauberg   D: Jerry Paris

With Robin Williams (Mork).
Richie spots what he believes to be a flying saucer, and then dreams he has been abducted by a being from another planet.

March 23, 1978: 4th Anniversary Special
Season 5, episode 23
W: Bob Brunner, Samuro Mitsubi   D: Jerry Paris

With Dave Ketchum (Coach Pelino/Binicky), Laurette Spang (Wendy), Derrel Maury (Monk), Lynda Goodfriend (Lori Beth), Ed Peck (Officer Kirk), Pat Morita (Arnold), Tita Bell (Trudy), Maureen McCormick (Hildie), Dave Madden (Jack Whippett), Tim Dial (David), Diana Hyland (Adriana), Jack Dodson (Dr. Malph), Talia Balsam (Nancy), Zooey Hall (Herbie), Jennifer Shaw (Cindy), Richard Kuller (Charlie), James Van Patten (Sandy), Charles Galioto (Angie), Tannis G. Montgomery (Arlene), Thomas Dever (Officer Porter), Janice Heiden (Cynthia), Jane Alice Brandon (Ann Louise), Virginia Gregg (Mrs. Nestrock), Cindy Eilbacher (Betty).
When Lori Beth iinterviews all the gang for a term paper, many incidents involving the Cunningham family are relived.

May 9, 1978: Do You Want To Dance?
Season 5, episode 24
W: Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With Leslie Brown (Colleen).
Fonzie recruits the gang to help out a troubled ballet school run by an attractive young teacher.

May 16, 1978: Second Wind
Season 5, episode 25
W: Brian Levant   D: Jerry Paris

Richie and Fonzie fix Al up with a motorcycle-riding meter maid.

May 23, 1978: Rules To Date By
Season 5, episode 26
W: Joe Glauberg   D: Jerry Paris

With Suzi Quatro (Leather Tuscadero), Ben Davidson (Oak Tree), Shirley Kirkes (Blossom), Jan Bunker (Member of the Suedes), Jill Bunker (Member of the Suedes).
A romantic weekend turns into a disaster when a lumberjack decides that he likes Richie's girlfriend.

May 30, 1978: Fonzie For The Defense
Season 5, episode 27
W: David Ketchum, Tony DiMarco   D: Jerry Paris

With Barney Martin (G.W. Burch), Ralph Wilcox (Jason Davis).
Fonzie and Howard Cunningham hold out against their fellow jurors when they doubt the guilt of a man accused of purse-snatching.





September 12, 1978: Westward Ho (1)
Season 6, episode 1
W: Walter Kempley   D: Jerry Paris

With Jason Evers (H. R. Buchanan), Ruth Cox (Thunder), Brad Wilkin (Phil), Jerry Young (Hank), Jeannie G. Allyson (Donna).
Richie and the Fonz spend a wild and wooly vacation at a Colorado dude ranch that winds up in a love triangle when they vie for the affections of a beautiful girl named thunder.

September 12, 1978: Westward Ho (2)
Season 6, episode 2
W: Walter Kempley   D: Jerry Paris

With Jason Evers (H. R. Buchanan), Ruth Cox (Thunder), Brad Wilkin (Phil), Jerry Young (Hank), Jeannie G. Allyson (Donna).
The gang stages a rodeo in an attempt to raise money to pay off the note H. R. Buchanan holds on Marion's Uncle Ben's ranch.

September 19, 1978: Westward Ho (3)
Season 6, episode 3
W: Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With Jason Evers (H.R. Buchanan), Ruth Cox (Thunder), Brad Wilkin (Phil), Jerry Young (Hank), Jeannie G. Allyson (Donna).
The intense rivalry between Richie and Fonzie over the affections of wrangler girl Thunder continues, and Fonzie attempts to be the first human ever to ride Diablo, a devil Brahma bull.

September 26, 1978: Fonzie's Blindness
Season 6, episode 4
W: Ron Leavitt, Richard Rosenstock   D: Jerry Paris

When Fonzie loses his vision because of a head injury, he begins to realize the true meaning of friendship.

October 5, 1978: Casanova Cunningham
Season 6, episode 5
W: Bob Brunner   D: Jerry Paris

With Mary Margaret (Corrine).
Richie is caught two-timing Lori Beth for a pretty baton twirler.

October 10, 1978: Kid Stuff
Season 6, episode 6
W: Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With Bruce Weitz (Robert), John Waldron (Bobby), Karen Austin (Peggy).
Fonzie becomes attached to a young boy whose father deserted him.

October 17, 1978: Sweet Sixteen
Season 6, episode 7
W: Brian Levant   D: Jerry Paris

With Dan Spector (Burton Fitch), Ray Underwood (Tip Corrigan).
Joanie catches her date for her 16th birthday party running around with another girl.

October 24, 1978: Fearless Malph
Season 6, episode 8
W: Walter Kempley   D: Jerry Paris

With Leon Askin (Professor Himmel).
Ralph is hypnotized to cure his fright after a tornado warning is posted.

October 31, 1978: The Evil Eye
Season 6, episode 9
W: Allen Goldstein   D: Jerry Paris

With Mary Betten (Old Lady).
The gang sets up the Cunningham home for an exorcism to break a little old lady's curse on Al.

November 3, 1978: The Claw Meets The Fonz
Season 6, episode 10
W: Susan Harris, Susanne Gayle Harris   D: Jerry Paris

With Phillip Pine (Dutch Holloway), Walt Robles (Leo).
When some hoods try to muscle in on Al's drive-in, the Fonz is forced to come to his rescue.

November 14, 1978: The Fonz Is Allergic To Girls
Season 6, episode 11
W: Mary-David Sheiner, Sheila Judis Weisberg   D: Jerry Paris

With Patti Pivaar (Doris), Rebecca Gilchrist (Charlene).
Fonzie suddenly experiences sneezing attacks whenever he's about to kiss a girl.

November 21, 1978: The First Thanksgiving
Season 6, episode 12
W: Bob Howard   D: Jerry Paris

Marion's wish to revive the true holiday spirit transforms the gang into Pilgrims.

November 28, 1978: The Kissing Bandit
Season 6, episode 13
W: Beverly Bloomberg   D: Jerry Paris

With Ray Girardin (Sgt. Ryan), Charlie Dougherty (The Kissing Bandit), Richard Roat (Con Man), Merrie Lynn Ross (Bubbles), Judie Carroll (Witness).
Richie is accused of being the infmaous Kissing Bandit of Milwaukee.

December 5, 1978: The Magic Show
Season 6, episode 14
W: Don Safran   D: Jerry Paris

With Scott Marshall (Louie), Kathleen Marshall (Louise), George Fenneman, James Randi (The Amazing Randi).
Fonzie puts his life on the line for an ailing escape artist.

December 12, 1978: Richie Gets Framed
Season 6, episode 15
W: Fred Maio   D: Jerry Paris

With Angela May (Edie), David Keith (Fred Owens), Steven Richmond (Mel Mullet).
Richie, visiting a massage parlor to escape the pressures of a class presidency race, is photographed by the opposition.

December 19, 1978: Christmas Time
Season 6, episode 16
W: Beverly Bloomberg   D: Jerry Paris

With Eddie Fontaine (Vito Fonzarelli).
Fonzie receives a very unexpected Christmas gift from his long-lost father.

January 16, 1979: Smokin' Ain't Cool
Season 6, episode 17
W: Michael Loman   D: Jerry Paris

With Anna Garduno (Angela), Michael Dudikoff (Jim).
Joanie decides to take up smoking in order to join a "cool" girls' club.

January 23, 1979: Ralph vs. Potsie
Season 6, episode 18
W: Michael Loman   D: Jerry Paris

Fonzie steps in to repair a rift between Ralph and Potsie caused by Richie's advice to the lovelorn column.

February 2, 1979: Stolen Melodies
Season 6, episode 19
W: Brian Levant   D: Jerry Paris

With Suzi Quatro (Leather Tuscadero), Dick Patterson (Skip Oliver), Fred Fox Jr. (Freddie).
Leather and the band audition for a television music show and are turned down. Leather's song, however, is stolen and recorded by another band.

February 6, 1979: Married Strangers
Season 6, episode 20
W: Bob Howard   D: Jerry Paris

With Vito Scotti (Otto), Crane Jackson (Hank), Joy McConnochie (Martha), Bob Millard (Danny Cotter).
Howard and Marion journey to the lodge where they spent their honeymoon to try to rekindle the old flame.

February 13, 1979: Marion: Fairy Godmother
Season 6, episode 21
W: Fred Maio   D: Jerry Paris

With Lorrie Mahaffey (Jennifer), Suzi Quatro (Leather Tuscadero).
Fonzie turns Ralph into a dashing romantic, while Marion transforms Leather Tuscadero into a lovely lady for a military ball.

February 20, 1979: Fonzie's Funeral (1)
Season 6, episode 22
W: Michael Loman   D: Jerry Paris

With Gino Conforti (Sticky), Cliff Emmich (Candy Man), Richard Moll (Eugene), John Moskal Jr. (T-Man Peterson).
Fonzie's life is endangered when he finds a huge stack of counterfeit money, and the counterfeiters learn he has it.

February 27, 1979: Fonzie's Funeral (2)
Season 6, episode 23
W: Michael Loman   D: Jerry Paris

With Pat Morita (Arnold), Cindy Williams (Shirley Feeney), Penny Marshall (Laverne DeFazio), Lorrie Mahaffey (Jennifer), Ed Peck (Officer Kirk), Gino Conforti (Sticky), Cliff Emmich (Candy Man), David L. Lander (Squiggy Squiggman), Michael McKean (Lenny Kosnowski), Eddie Mekka (Carmine Ragusa), Richard Moll (Eugene), John Moskal Jr. (T-Man Peterson), Shirley Kirkes (Blossom).
All of Fonzie's good friends, including Laverne and Shirley, come to the fallen hero's wake to pay their last respects.

March 6, 1979: Mork Returns
Season 6, episode 24
W: Walter Kempley   D: Jerry Paris

With Lorrie Mahaffey (Jennifer), Robin Williams (Mork).
Mork believes that Earthling life is making him crazy, and he goes back to 1950's Milwaukee and turns to Fonzie, Richie and the gang for help.

March 13, 1979: The Duel
Season 6, episode 25
W: Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With Patrick Gorman (Jacques Du Bois), Sarina Charne (Kitty Fox), Cary Schuman (Fred Brill).
Fonzie duels with a French fencing champion after the man insults America and makes crude remarks about Joanie.

May 8, 1979: Chachi's Incredo-Wax
Season 6, episode 26
W: David Ketchum, Tony DiMarco   D: Jerry Paris

With Al Alu (Becket), Diana Markworth (Leilani).
A smooth talker who conned Chachi into selling a phony product soon finds himself dealing with Chachi's upset uncle, Fonzie.

May 15, 1979: Potsie Quits School
Season 6, episode 27
W: David Reo   D: Jerry Paris

With Lorrie Mahaffey (Jennifer), Allan Rich (Professor Thomas), James Millhollin (Mr. Rudi), Delight DeBruine (Bunny).
Potsie, having problems with one of his professors and with his studies, decides to quit school.





September 11, 1979: Shotgun Wedding
Season 7, episode 1
W: Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With Penny Marshall (Laverne DeFazio), Cindy Williams (Shirley Feeney), April Clough (Inga), Vicki Frederick (Helga), F. William Parker (Vernon).
Season premiere. Fonzie and Richie are caught trying to take advantage of two country maidens by the girls' shotgun-toting father.

September 18, 1979: Chachi Sells His Soul
Season 7, episode 2
W: Walter Kempley   D: Jerry Paris

With Jimmy Brogan (Random), Richard Levin (Melvin Scratch).
To save Chachi from his hot reward, the Fonz strikes a bargain with the devil and agrees not to kiss a girl for 24 hours.

September 25, 1979: Fonz Meets Kat
Season 7, episode 3
W: David Ketchum, Tony DiMarco   D: Jerry Paris

With Deborah Pratt (Kat Mandu), John Papais (Rico), Grant Wilson (Eddie).
Fonzie gets unexpected help from an exotic lady when his arch-enemy Rico returns from sea duty with plans to create trouble.

October 2, 1979: Marion Goes To Jail
Season 7, episode 4
W: Barbara Berkowitz   D: Jerry Paris

With Ed Peck (Officer Kirk), Marcia Lewis (Matron).
After the DeSoto rolls downhill and through Arnold's window, Marion throws herself on the mercy of the law.

October 9, 1979: Richie's Job
Season 7, episode 5
W: Terry Hart   D: Jerry Paris

With Jed Cooper (Frank), Ted Gehring (Otis).
Richie lands his first newspaper job -- on the loading dock at the Milwaukee Journal.

October 23, 1979: Richie Falls In Love
Season 7, episode 6
W: Ria Nepus   D: Jerry Paris

With Jenny Sullivan (Barbara Thomas), Wayne Morton (Bartender).
Richie, tired of the sophomoric antics of his friends and family, decides to run away with a beautiful woman who offers him some real excitement.

October 30, 1979: Fonzie's A Thespian
Season 7, episode 7
W: Holly White   D: Jerry Paris

With Terence McGovern (Sloan Marlowe).
When Marion's leading man in a community play tries an unscheduled love scene, Fonzie takes care of Casanova and takes the role himself.

November 6, 1979: Burlesque
Season 7, episode 8
W: David Ketchum, Tony DiMarco   D: Jerry Paris

With Irving Benson (Irv Hanson).
Fonzie is asked to fill the need for girls when a burlesque troupe performing for Howard's lodge show fails to appear.

November 13, 1979: Joanie Busts Out
Season 7, episode 9
W: Beverly Bloomberg   D: Jerry Paris

With G.W. Bailey (Jake Whitman), Tammy Taylor (Sally), Rhonda Shear (Michelle), Taaffe O'Connell (Carol).
As an act of independence, Joanie decides to pose for some cheesecake photos.

November 20, 1979: King Richard's Big Night
Season 7, episode 10
W: Jim Dunne   D: Jerry Paris

With Gary Epp (Bullfrog), Wendy Hoffman (Wendy), Mark Fenske (ATO Man).
Fonzie searches for the reason behind Richie's unexplained lecherous and destructive behavior.

November 27, 1979: Fonzie Versus The She Devils
Season 7, episode 11
W: Sam Greenbaum   D: Jerry Paris

With Judy Pioli (Bertha), Sarah Rush (Fern), Georganne LaPiere (Joy), Karen Jensen (Ethyl).
Richie, Potsie and Ralph are invited to a party hosted by the She Devils gang in which the girl who brings in the biggest nerd wins a prize.

December 4, 1979: The Mechanic
Season 7, episode 12
W: Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With Jim Knaub (Don Konig).
A disabled mechanic working at the garage finally causes Fonzie to lose his cool.

December 11, 1979: They're Closing Inspiration Point
Season 7, episode 13
W: Beverly Bloomberg   D: Jerry Paris

With Woody Eney (Chairman), Le Tari (Workman).
Fonzie, Richie and the gang band together to stop the city from putting a freeway through Inspiration Point.

December 18, 1979: Here Comes The Bride Again
Season 7, episode 14
W: Bob Howard   D: Jerry Paris

With Bob Elliott (Gil Crawford), Ray Goulding (Bernie Cross), Rance Howard (Mr. Burkhart), C.W. Metcalf (clown).
Howard and Marion decide to renew their wedding vows and plan a catered, outdoor ceremony.

January 8, 1980: Ah, Wilderness
Season 7, episode 15
W: Barry Rubinowitz   D: Jerry Paris

With Julie Brown (Gloria), Susan Mullen (Cindy), Shirley Kirkes (Blossom).
Richie leads the gang on a co-ed trip into the wilds, only to be harassed by pouring rain, hunger and a grizzly bear.

January 15, 1980: Joanie's Dilemma
Season 7, episode 16
W: April Kelly   D: Jerry Paris

With Ruth Warshawsky (Harriet), Kelly Britt (Gladys), Michael Dudikoff (Jason), Britton Payne (Polly), Suzanne Wishner (Vanessa), Geanne Frank (Bunny).
Joanie is unsure about whether she wants to go with her boyfriend to "The Alamo", a special section of Inspiration Point.

January 22, 1980: Hot Stuff
Season 7, episode 17
W: Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

Chachi accidentally sets Arnold's on fire with Fonzie, Potsie, and Ralph trapped inside.

January 29, 1980: The New Arnold's
Season 7, episode 18
W: Holly White   D: Jerry Paris

With David J. Fuller (Sal), Anita Merritt (Gloria).
As 50-50 partners, Fonzie and Al are at odds about various aspects of the new Arnold's and threaten to not build it at all.

February 5, 1980: The Hucksters
Season 7, episode 19
W: Mark Rothman   D: Jerry Paris

With Warren Berlinger (Mr. Vanburen), Hank Aaron (Himself), Charles Howerton (Bart), Sparky Marcus (Billy), Hoke Howell (Sidney), Taaffe O'Connell (Ingrid).
After hearing from a former employee about the wonders of television advertising, Howard thinks it could help his hardware store.

February 12, 1980: Allison
Season 7, episode 20
W: Patt Shea, Harriett Weiss   D: Jerry Paris

With Linda Bove (Allison), Kenneth Snell (Robert), Richard Masur (Doug).
Fonzie meets a deaf woman at the electric company office where he is attempting to straighten out a billing error for Howard.

February 26, 1980: Fools Rush In
Season 7, episode 21
W: Beverly Bloomberg   D: Jerry Paris

With Scott Marshall (Michael), Kathi Marshall (Sally), Morgan Hart (Angela), Heidi Bohay (Margaret).
While Marion Cunningham prepares to celebrate the 28th anniversary of her first date with husband Howard, daughter Joanie plans to have a first date of her own -- with Chachi Arcola.

March 4, 1980: Father And Son
Season 7, episode 22
W: Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With David Ketchum (Donald Hedges), Clint Howard (Junior Hedges), Nyla Rogers (Margo), Helen Verbit (Waitress).
Wanting to be more of a buddy to his son, Grand Poobah Howard Cunningham takes a reluctant Richie to the Leopard Lodge's Chicago convention.

March 11, 1980: A Potsie Is Born
Season 7, episode 23
W: Ria Nepus   D: Jerry Paris

With Arthur Batanides (Eddie), Pat Crowley (Susan), Gail Edwards (Loretta).
Potsie secures an audition as a singer for a local club and the potential for success goes to his head.

March 25, 1980: The Roaring Twenties
Season 7, episode 24
W: David Ketchum, Tony DiMarco   D: Jerry Paris

With Pat O'Brien (Uncle Joe).
Howard's Uncle Joe, after reading Richie's report on the 1920s, tells him a story about what really happened during Prohibition.

May 6, 1980: Ralph's Family Problem
Season 7, episode 25
W: David Ketchum, Tony DiMarco   D: Jerry Paris

With Jack Dodson (Mickey Malph).
Funny guy Ralph Malph loses his sense of humor when his dad tells him that, after twenty years of marriage, he and his mother are getting a divorce.





November 11, 1980: No Tell Motel
Season 8, episode 1
W: Cindy Begel, Lesa Kite   D: Jerry Paris

With Steven Peterman (Wilbur), Jim Begg (Bellhop).
Howard feels that Joanie has been seeing too much of Chachi lately, so he offers her her own phone if she agrees not to see Chachi for two weeks.

November 18, 1980: Live And Learn
Season 8, episode 2
W: Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With Denis Mandel (Eugene Belvin), Harris Kal (Bobby), Dan Spector (Danny).
Fonzie returns from Italy and is given a job teaching automotive mechanics at Jefferson High School. But he starts to lose his cool when his students aren't as adept as he is.

November 25, 1980: Dreams Can Come True
Season 8, episode 3
W: Ria Nepus   D: Jerry Paris

With Lyle Waggoner (Bobby Burns), Michael Prince (Mr. Korrigan), Jean Byron (Mrs. Korrigan), Brad Blaisdell (Lou), Patricia Lentz (Emily Sitts), Kathryn Fuller (Helen Hanley).
Richie, now in the Army and stationed in Greenland, sends a letter asking Lori Beth to marry him. Marion appears on a game show to win the money for the travel costs.

December 2, 1980: Hello, Roger
Season 8, episode 4
W: William Bickley, Michael Warren   D: Jerry Paris

With Denis Mandel (Eugene Belvin), Harris Kal (Bobby), Teddi Siddall (Lucille Scarabatza), Sandie Newton (Adrian Scarabatza), Randy Stumpf (Spider).
Roger Phillips, Marion's nephew, comes to Milwaukee to become an English teacher and the basketball coach at Jefferson High School. But he gets off on the wrong foot with Fonzie.

December 9, 1980: Joanie Gets Wheels
Season 8, episode 5
W: David Ketchum, Tony DiMarco   D: Jerry Paris

With John Miranda (Man), Rita Crafts (Woman).
After being refused permission to have a car, Joanie goes behind her parents back and gets one. She later finds it a very difficult secret to keep from Howard and Marion.

December 16, 1980: White Christmas
Season 8, episode 6
W: Holly White, Stephanie Garman   D: Jerry Paris

On Christmas Eve, a terrible blizzard traps Howard and Joanie at the hardware store and Fonzie, Potsie, Chachi, Jenny, and Roger at Arnold's.

December 30, 1980: And The Winner Is
Season 8, episode 7
W: Bosco McGowan   D: Jerry Paris

With Denis Mandel (Eugene Belvin), Harris Kal (Bobby), Kevin Rodney Sullivan (Tommy), Wil Albert (Mr. Bellgoodie), Merie Earle (Mrs. Frick), Raymond Guth (Mr. Gampolo).
Fonzie wants to win Jefferson High School's "Teacher of the Year" award to spite a fellow teacher.

January 6, 1981: If You Knew Rosa
Season 8, episode 8
W: Ria Nepus   D: Jerry Paris

With Nancy Marvy (Rosa Coletti), Poppy Lagos (Teresa), David Paymer (Dwayne), Rebecca Holden (Lola).
Al gets some answers and a second chance to win the heart of Rosa Coletti, twenty years after she left him for a tie salesman.

January 13, 1981: The Sixth Sense
Season 8, episode 9
W: Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With Erica Hope (Tina), Steven Ford (Frankie).
When the money he was saving to buy a new motorcycle is stolen, Fonzie instinctively suspects Al's shady new cook, Frankie.

January 27, 1981: It Only Hurts When I Smile
Season 8, episode 10
W: Barry Rubinowitz   D: Jerry Paris

With Warren Berlinger (Dr. Logan), Martha Smith (Dental Assistant), Barbara Treutelaar (Lois).
Fonzie comes down with a terrible toothache but refuses to see a dentist.

February 3, 1981: Welcome To My Nightmare
Season 8, episode 11
W: Mark Rothman   D: Jerry Paris

With Denis Mandel (Eugene Belvin), Dick Gautier (Dr. Ludlow), Hillary Horan (Nurse Elaine).
After a day of everyone asking favors of him, Fonzie has a nightmare about a mad scientist draining his cool.

February 10, 1981: Broadway It's Not
Season 8, episode 12
W: Jim Dunne, Barry O'Brien   D: Jerry Paris

With Harris Kal (Bobby), Larry Anderson (Granville Clark), Kelly Britt (Woman).
Jealous Chachi sees red when girlfriend Joanie spends too much time practicing her kissing with co-star Granville Clark, the handsome actor hired to play the lead in the high-school musical.

February 17, 1981: Bride And Gloom
Season 8, episode 13
W: Steve Granat, Mel Sherer   D: Jerry Paris

With Kathi Marshall (Kathi), Laurence Lau (Phil), Mallie Jackson (Arlene), Will Hunt (Captain Singer), Andrew Paris (Andy).
Fonzie escorts Jenny to a masquerade ball dressed as bride and groom. They take part in a make-believe wedding -- but find out later that it might be legally binding.

February 24, 1981: Hello, Mrs. Arcola
Season 8, episode 14
W: William Bickley, Michael Warren   D: Jerry Paris

With Ellen Travolta (Louisa Arcola), J.J. Barry (Uncle Gonzo).
Under pressure from cousin Fonzie, Chachi invites Joanie and her parents to his house for dinner to meet his mother, but worries that his eccentric family will embarrass him in front of the Cunninghams.

March 3, 1981: Fonzie Gets Shot
Season 8, episode 15
W: Bob Howard   D: Jerry Paris

With Michael McManus (Sheriff), Sam Edwards (Dr. Abner), Michele Tobin (Allison).
Fonzie is shot, presumably by Potsie, during a weekend trip to Potsie's uncle's cabin. Fonzie, Chachi, and Roger each describe their versions of what happened.

March 17, 1981: Potsie On His Own
Season 8, episode 16
W: Holly White   D: Jerry Paris

With Beth Scheffel (Courtney), Meeno Peluce (Joey), Tony Brafa (Uncle Bobo).
Potsie pressures Lori Beth for a date with her sophisticated roommate and gets an embarrassing job to pay his rent.

April 7, 1981: Tall Story
Season 8, episode 17
W: Barry Rubinowitz   D: Jerry Paris

With Kevin Rodney Sullivan (Tommy), Happy Hairston (Mr. Barnett), Raymond Guth (Mr. Gampolo), Chris Milton (John Barnett).
Roger and Chachi are thrilled when a star basketball player transfers to Jefferson High and joins the team. But the excitement changes to deep concern when the talented player suddenly leaves the team without explanation.

April 14, 1981: Scholarship
Season 8, episode 18
W: Mark Rothman   D: Jerry Paris

With Phillip R. Allen (Eddie), Doug Dowd (Morty).
Desperate to get Chachi on the school's basketball team, a university offers him a scholarship and several other perks -- including a cheerleading scholarship for Joanie.

May 5, 1981: R. C. & L. B. Forever
Season 8, episode 19
W: Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With Bill Morey (Captain Slaughter), John Edwards (Reverend Edwards), Peter MacLean (David Allen), Anne Gee Byrd (Emily Allen), Marvin Braverman (Max).
The Fonz stands in for his best friend when the Cunninghams and the rest of the gang arrange a wedding by proxy for Lori Beth and Richie after Army red tape tangles the couple's efforts to get the bride-to-be to Greenland.

May 12, 1981: Howard's Bowling Buddy
Season 8, episode 20
W: Bob Howard   D: Jerry Paris

With Patricia Carr (Fern Flagg).
While wife Marion recovers at home from a back injury, Howard Cunningham's temporary bowling partner, attractive, blonde Fern "Feel Good" Flagg, targets the staunch family man as her next good time.

May 19, 1981: Mother And Child Reunion
Season 8, episode 21
W: Fred Fox Jr., Babaloo Mandel   D: Jerry Paris

With Denis Mandel (Eugene Belvin), Harris Kal (Bobby), Janis Paige (Angela), Ray Girardin (Big Harold).
Fonzie takes his auto shop class to an out-of-town junkyard and meets a waitress at a diner whom he thinks may be the mother who left him when he was a child.

May 26, 1981: American Musical
Season 8, episode 22
W: Jim Dunne, Elizabeth Bradley   D: Jerry Paris

Chachi struggles to write an essay on America's immigrant history until Fonzie tells him several stories in a series of musical vignettes.





October 6, 1981: Home Movies (1)
Season 9, episode 1
W: Fred Fox Jr., Brian Levant   D: Jerry Paris

With Ken Lerner (Rocco Baruffi), Derrel Maury (Johnny Suede), Denis Mandel (Eugene Belvin), Harris Kal (Bobby), Alice Nunn (Mama Delvecchio), Lisa Bowman (Alicia), Heidi Bohay (Terry), Richard Beauchamp (Shades), Teddi Siddall (Hillary), D.D. Howard (Corrine), Candace Silvers (Carla Bee), Priscilla Allen (Mrs. Von Huene), Bo Sabato (Umpire).
Joanie prepares a narrated home movie to send to big brother Richie's overseas Army base to bring him up to speed on the gang's summer activities, her break-up with Chachi and Fonzie's reunion with his old gang, the Falcons.

October 13, 1981: Not With My Mother You Don't
Season 9, episode 2
W: Bob Howard   D: Jerry Paris

With Ellen Travolta (Louisa Arcola), Michael Byron Taylor (Dr. Danzig), Pat Lentz (Receptionist), Nancy Churnin (Mrs. Giles), Cheryl Rogers (Dottie).
Chachi gets angry when he finds out he's the last one to know that his mother has started dating a doctor.

October 27, 1981: Another Night At Antoine's
Season 9, episode 3
W: Mark Rothman   D: Jerry Paris

With Anson Downes (Bill Fornsworth), Robin Bach (Waiter), Barbara Treutelaar (Andrea).
Joanie is furious because Chachi wants to to date other girls, so she gets her revenge by dating a college man.

November 3, 1981: Little Baby Cunningham
Season 9, episode 4
W: Babaloo Mandel, Fred Fox Jr.   D: Jerry Paris

With Ralph Wilcox (Lionel Collins), Lynn Hallowell (Patti Downes), Diaan Ainslee (Nurse), Jeremy Lawrence (Dr. Crane), Marilyn Allen (Elaine Benton), Michael Byers (Walter Melman).
Fonzie happily agrees to be Lori Beth's natural childbirth coach in husband Richie's absence until he finds out that he'll also have to go into the delivery room with her.

November 10, 1981: The Other Guy
Season 9, episode 5
W: Nancy Churnin, Louise Bryant   D: Jerry Paris

With Robin Dearden (Mona Hildebrand), Richard Kennedy (Hank Hildebrand).
Misunderstanding rules the day when Roger discovers why pretty Mona Hildebrand won't date him, Marion uncovers one of hubby Howard's carefully kept courting secrets and Joanie gets flowers from a mystery man.

November 17, 1981: Fonzie, The Substitute
Season 9, episode 6
W: Ralph Farquhar   D: Jerry Paris

With Harris Kal (Bobby), Scott Bernstein (Melvin Belvin), Kevin Sullivan (Tommy), Ceil Cabot (Mrs. Eckhardt), Elizabeth Keifer (Noreen).
Fonzie substitutes for Roger in his hygiene class, and, as a prank, the students hide Roger's lesson plan and tell Fonzie they're learning about sex. Roger is later informed that he will be fired as a teacher as a result of Fonzie's teachings.

November 24, 1981: Just A Piccalo
Season 9, episode 7
W: Mark Rothman   D: Jerry Paris

With Ed Peck (Officer Kirk), Phil Silvers (Roscoe Piccalo), Teri Landrum (Stephanie), Tracie Savage (Marilyn).
Joanie regrets agreeing to join a popular girls' club with friend Jenny Piccalo when the snobby club officers try to keep Jenny from passing the initiation ritual by altering it to include stealing a park statue.

December 1, 1981: No Thank You
Season 9, episode 8
W: Charlotte M. Dobbs   D: Jerry Paris

With Harris Kal (Bobby), Kevin Sullivan (Tommy), Diane Diefendorf (Gloria McInerny).
Fonzie is rejected several times by a new teacher at Jefferson High. After he kisses her in a final attempt to win her over, she screams and runs away.

December 8, 1981: Baby, It's Cold Inside
Season 9, episode 9
W: Cindy Begel, Lesa Kite   D: Jerry Paris

With Harris Kal (Bobby), Scott Bernstein (Melvin Belvin), Vahan Moosekian (Rudi), Denis Mandel (Eugene Belvin).
While Joanie is taking care of Richie Jr. for the weekend in the absence of Lori Beth, Howard, Marion and Fonzie, Jenny invites several people over for a party.

December 15, 1981: Hello, Tough Guy
Season 9, episode 10
W: William Bickley, Michael Warren   D: Jerry Paris

With Denis Mandel (Eugene Belvin), Joshua Cadman (Lou), Herb Braha (Vinnie).
Chachi and Joanie go to the Fonz for advice on how to turn nerdy Eugene Melman into the type of guy Jenny Piccalo would want to date.

January 5, 1982: To Beanie Or Not To Beanie
Season 9, episode 11
W: Holly White, Stephanie Garman   D: Jerry Paris

Howard very much wants Joanie to attend his old college -- even offering her a new car as incentive -- but after much deliberation, Joanie announces that she's not going to college at all.

January 12, 1982: Southern Crossing
Season 9, episode 12
W: Richard Gurman   D: Jerry Paris

With Ketty Lester (Annie), Al Fann (Henry), Gary Grubbs (Jack), Gene B. Collens (Ned), Brenda Hillhouse (Mae), Tom Rayhall (Lamar), James O'Connell (Mel), David Hubbard (Charles).
After seeing reports on television of violence against blacks in the South, Al feels compelled to travel there and take part in an upcoming "freedom march".

January 19, 1982: Grandma Nussbaum
Season 9, episode 13
W: Jim Dunne, Barry O'Brien   D: Jerry Paris

With Frances Bay (Grandma Nussbaum), Pat O'Brien (Uncle Joe).
Grandma Nussbaum teaches Fonzie and Chachi a lesson in growing old gracefully when they try to convince the feisty granny to move into a retirement home.

January 26, 1982: Poobah Doo Dah
Season 9, episode 14
W: Bosco McGowan   D: Jerry Paris

With David Ketchum (Donald Hedges), Frankie Avalon (Himself), Tom Willett (Abe Lincoln).
Al is chosen to head the Leopard Lodge's annual musical when he claims he can get his distant cousin, Frankie Avalon, to perform.

February 2, 1982: A Touch Of Classical
Season 9, episode 15
W: Fred Fox Jr., Richard Correll   D: Jerry Paris

With Harris Kal (Bobby), Scott Bernstein (Melvin Belvin), Marla Pennington (Cynthia Brannigan), David Wheatley (Pianist).
Fonzie helps music teacher Cynthia take on the seemingly impossible task of trying to convince the Jefferson High School student body to choose classical music over rock 'n' roll for their annual concert.

February 9, 1982: Hi Yo Fonzie, Away
Season 9, episode 16
W: Fred Fox Jr., Richard Correll   D: Jerry Paris

With John Hart (Lone Ranger), Marla Pennington (Cynthia Brannigan), M.C. Gainey (Elmo).
The gang tries to get the Lone Ranger, Fonzie's idol, to appear at his birthday party.

February 16, 1982: Great Expectations
Season 9, episode 17
W: Andrew M. Horowitz   D: Jerry Paris

With Ken Lerner (Rocco Baruffi), Teddi Siddall (Hillary), Annette McCarthy (Beverly), Amy Gibson (Alice), Coleen Maloney (Buffy), Marcia Stearn (Roxie).
Roger seeks Fonzie's advice regarding his love life, Joanie and Chachi write a song for their band, Potsie tries to get into the Leopard Lodge and Marion is the lead in her theater group's musical.

February 23, 1982: Hello, Flip
Season 9, episode 18
W: Paula A. Roth   D: Jerry Paris

When his parents send his rebellious younger brother, Flip, for a visit, Roger needs his friends' help to find out why Flip behaves so irresponsibly and the two always seem to be at odds with each other.

March 2, 1982: Chachi's Future
Season 9, episode 19
W: William Bickley, Michael Warren   D: Jerry Paris

With Danny Wells (Mr. Parker).
Some tough questions from Howard Cunningham while they are on a fishing trip together cause eighteen-year-old Chachi to question his plans to make a living as a rock musician.

March 16, 1982: Tell-Tale Tart
Season 9, episode 20
W: Mel Sherer, Steve Granat   D: Jerry Paris

With Denis Mandel (Eugene Belvin), Harris Kal (Bobby), Crystal Bernard (Mikki), Pamela Anderson (Sheila), Toni LeBel (Marsha), Dana Kimmell (Carla), Andrew Paris (Chuck).
Jealous of Joanie's friendship with a new girl in school, Mikki, Jenny spreads a false rumor that Mikki is pregnant -- and Fonzie is the father.

March 23, 1982: Love And Marriage
Season 9, episode 21
W: Barry Rubinowitz   D: Jerry Paris

With Ellen Travolta (Louisa Arcola), David Varnay (Jim Shannon).
After only a month of dating, Al wants to ask Chachi's mother to be his wife. Chachi's okay with it but has his doubts about Al getting a "yes".





September 28, 1982: A Woman Not Under The Influence
Season 10, episode 1
W: William Bickley, Michael Warren   D: Jerry Paris

With Harris Kal (Bobby), Rita Wilson (Roxanne), Gary Friedkin (Clarence).
Fonzie finally meets his dream girl in a department store, but when she leaves before he gets her name, it looks like the only guy who can help him find her again is Potsie.

October 12, 1982: Letting Go
Season 10, episode 2
W: Fred Fox Jr., Brian Levant   D: Jerry Paris

With Harris Kal (Bobby), Scott Bernstein (Melvin), Kevin Sullivan (Tommy), Gary Friedkin (Clarence).
Coming home to Milwaukee after a summer playing with the band in Chicago, Joanie Cunningham tries to convince her over-protective father that she's mature enough to move away from home and continue her career in the Windy City.

October 19, 1982: Empty Nest
Season 10, episode 3
W: Paula A. Roth   D: Jerry Paris

With Scott Bernstein (Melvin Belvin), Pat Morita (Arnold), Harriet Nelson (Marge), Jane Wyatt (Joan), Brian Reise (Real Estate Broker).
Howard and Marion Cunningham struggle to define life after their children have grown and gone while Fonzie finds running the restaurant without Al causes his social life to suffer.

October 26, 1982: A Night At The Circus
Season 10, episode 4
W: Joe Glauberg   D: Jerry Paris

With Bob Basso (Dudley).
Howard's teenage niece, comes to stay with the Cunninghams after a scandal closes her Houston boarding school, while Fonzie hopes a night at the circus will help him win little Heather's heart when nothing else seems to work.

November 9, 1982: A Little Case Of Revenge
Season 10, episode 5
W: Fred Fox Jr., Richard Correll   D: Jerry Paris

With Harris Kal (Bobby), Pat Morita (Arnold), Tom Hanks (Dr. Dwayne Twitchell).
Fonzie is challenged to a fight by a black belt karate expert who has nursed a grudge against him since the third grade and now wants to take his revenge.

November 16, 1982: Who Gives A Hootenanny
Season 10, episode 6
W: Ria Nepus   D: Jerry Paris

With Pat Morita (Arnold), Richard Dano (Felix), Judy Pioli (Phyllis), Brad Blaisdell (Lou), Ronnie Sperling (Phil).
Fonzie worries that the new popularity of folk music may signal more than just the end of his beloved rock n' roll.

November 23, 1982: Going Steady
Season 10, episode 7
W: Richard Gurman   D: Jerry Paris

With Ken Lerner (Rocco Baruffi), Frances Bay (Grandma Nussbaum), Coleen Maloney (Buffy), Melinda Naud (Paula Petralunga).
Fonzie pledges his love to Ashley but risks losing her when he allows an old girlfriend to spend the night at his apartment. Meanwhile, Howard teaches K. C. to drive.

November 30, 1982: Such A Nice Girl
Season 10, episode 8
W: Neil Thompson, Nancy Steen   D: Jerry Paris

With Scott Bernstein (Melvin Belvin), Pat Morita (Arnold), Kevin Sullivan (Tommy), Gary Friedkin (Clarence).
Marion encourages K. C. to date, so she accepts an invitation to Arnold's gala costume ball from Melvin Belvin.

December 7, 1982: There's No Business Like No Business
Season 10, episode 9
W: Paula A. Roth   D: Jerry Paris

With Pat Morita (Arnold), Daniel J. Foster (Pete).
When a new hardware store in the local mall takes away all his business, Howard must decide whether to fight or give in to the competition and say goodbye to Cunningham Hardware.

December 14, 1982: All I Want For Christmas
Season 10, episode 10
W: Pamela Ryan, Beverly Bloomberg   D: Jerry Paris

With Pat Morita (Arnold), Richard Paul (Dick Cunningham), Sue Ane Langdon (Belle).
When Heather asks Santa to patch up the rift between her mother and grandparents, Fonzie decides to make her wish come true. Meanwhile, K. C.'s parents visit for Christmas, and a rivalry between Howard and his brother reignites.

December 28, 1982: Since I Don't Have You
Season 10, episode 11
W: Brian Levant   D: Jerry Paris

With Kevin Sullivan (Tommy), Wendy Schaal (Lorraine), Casey Peterson (Young Roger), Heather Hepler (Young Lorraine).
Roger tries to play it cool when his fickle former girlfriend comes to town.


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