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This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. February Learn how and when to remove this template message With season four, Al Molinaro was added as Al Delvecchio, the new owner of Arnold's, after Pat Morita 's character of Arnold moved on after his character got married.
Morita had left the program to star in a short-lived sitcom of his own, Mr. T and Tinawhich was actually a spin-off of Welcome Back, Kotter. Morita also starred in a subsequent short lived Happy Days spin-off series titled Blansky's Beauties.
Al eventually married Chachi's mother played by Ellen Travolta and Father Delvecchio served in the wedding of Joanie to Chachi in the series finale. The most major character changes occurred after season five with the addition of Scott Baio as Fonzie's cousin, Charles "Chachi" Arcola.
Originally, the character Spike mentioned as Fonzie's nephew in the episode "Not With My Sister You Don't," but also claimed to be his cousin, as was stated in one episode was supposed to be the character who became Chachi.
Season five also saw the introduction of more outlandish and bizarre plots including Fonzie making a bet with the Devil, and the appearance of Mork Robin Williamsan alien who wanted to take Richie back to his homeworld.
Lynda Goodfriend joined the cast as semi-regular character Lori Beth Allen, Richie's steady girlfriend, in season five, and became a permanent member of the cast between seasons eight and nine, after Lori Beth married Richie. He took over from the departed Richie Cunningham character, acting as counterpoint to Fonzie.
Cathy Silvers also joined the cast as Jenny Piccalo, Joanie's best friend who was previously referenced in various episodes from earlier seasons and remained as a main cast member until the final season.
Both actors were originally credited as guest stars but were promoted to the main cast during season ten after several series regulars left the show.
The real focus of the series was now on the Joanie and Chachi characters, and often finding ways to incorporate Fonzie into them as a shoulder to cry on, advice-giver, and savior as needed. The Potsie character, who had already been spun off from the devious best friend of Richie to Ralph's best friend and confidante, held little grist for the writers in this new age, and was now most often used as the occasional "dumb" foil for punchlines most often from Mr.
They were intended as replacements for Erin Moran and Scott Baio who departed for their own show, Joanie Loves Chachi and were credited as part of the semi-regular cast. Both characters left with the return of Moran and Baio, following the cancellation of Joanie Loves Chachi.
Pat Morita then returned to the cast as Arnold in his absence. In season 11, the story line of Richie and Lori Beth is given closure with the two-part episode "Welcome Home.
However, they are taken aback when he tells them he prefers to take his chances in California to become a Hollywood screenwriter. They remind him of his responsibilities and while Richie gives in, he becomes angry and discontented, torn between his obligations to his family and fulfilling his dream.
After a confrontation that ends with a conversation with Fonzie, he decides to face his family and declare his intentions. While somewhat reluctant at first, they support him and bid Richie, Lori Beth, and Little Richie an emotional farewell.
Main[ edit ] Richie Cunningham — The protagonist for the first seven years of the series — When Ron Howard left the show due to his burgeoning directorial career, Richie was written out by leaving to join the United States Army.
He marries his girlfriend, Lori Beth, in season eight by phone, while Fonzie stands-in for him in the wedding. He came back with Lori Beth and their son, Richie Jr.
He also returned in "Passages", when he and his family attended Joanie and Chachi's wedding. She is the only character who is allowed to call Fonzie by his real first name, Arthur, which she does affectionately.
C" Cunningham — Husband of Marion Cunningham, father of Richie and Joanie, business owner of a hardware store called "Cunningham's Hardware", he is a lodge member, and family man. Frequently seen reading the daily newspaper in his easy chair.
In "Letting Go", he did not want Joanie to go to Chicago, still seeing her as his "little girl". But after talking with Fonzie and realizing how much she has grown up, he supports her going. Howard is one of only two characters the other being Fonzie to appear in every episode of the series.
Joanie Cunningham — Richie's younger sister. In early seasons, she is sometimes snooping on Richie's activities and would occasionally be sent to her room by her parents. She is affectionately called "Shortcake" by Fonzie. Later on, Joanie briefly joins a motorcycle gang after going on a date with a boy, whom she considered to be "dull".
In "Smokin' Ain't Cool", Joanie started smoking in order to be in a cool club, until Fonzie sets her straight.
For years, Fonzie's cousin, Chachi, had been chasing her until she eventually agreed to a date with him. She and Chachi would eventually form a band together; and in "Letting Go", they leave for Chicago to pursue their music career which spun off the short-lived series Joanie Loves Chachi. Joanie, however, eventually left the band to return home to pursue a teaching career.
Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli — Initially a minor character, he was a hugely popular breakout character and was made a series regular."Happy Endings" Margaret Atwood John and Mary meet.
John and Mary meet. What happens next? If you want a happy ending, try A. A. John and Mary fall in love and get married. They both have worthwhile and remunerative jobs Eventually they die. This is the end of the story. B. Mary falls in love with John but John doesn't fall in love with.
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It was her sister Josephine who told her, in broken sentences; veiled hints that revealed in half concealing. National TV Reviews & News Stories and opinions on TV's passing parade of shows and stars †. A "happy massage" is a massage that ends with erotic contact between the client and massage therapist.
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