History Series / HappyDays

24th Jun '16 5:51:33 PM Unicorndance
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* SickEpisode: Zig-Zagged. Fonzie and Pinky Tuscadero were injured in Fearless Fonzarelli and Fonzie Loves Pinky respectively, but they weren't sick. The Cunningham Caper has Richie after he was sick but he's recovered. Averted for Fonzie as he said once "I ain't been sick a day in my life".
16th Jun '16 8:36:34 PM nombretomado
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* ThatNostalgiaShow: TropeCodifier for the '50s. Later inspired [[That70sShow the trope namer]].

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* ThatNostalgiaShow: TropeCodifier for the '50s. Later inspired [[That70sShow [[Series/That70sShow the trope namer]].
12th Jun '16 11:43:07 PM Green_lantern40
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* YoungEntrepreneur: Chachi seemed to be one of these when he was introduced, although this character trait had completely vanished during the series reboot in Season 8, so that his personality could shift more into the MrFanservice zone.

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* YoungEntrepreneur: Chachi seemed to be one of these when he was introduced, although this character trait had completely vanished during the series reboot in Season 8, so that his personality could shift more into the MrFanservice zone. Oddly, a final season episode saw him learning how to be one of these, as though he'd never had this personality trait in the first place.
12th Jun '16 11:39:35 PM Green_lantern40
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* SpinOff: ''Happy Days'', ''Laverne & Shirley'', and ''Mork & Mindy'' were all set in the same fictional universe. Fonzie once tried to set Mork up on a date with Laverne. It spawned more successful shows than almost any other series (only ''Series/AllInTheFamily'' could boast more):

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* SpinOff: In a sense, ''Happy Days'', ''Laverne & Shirley'', and ''Mork & Mindy'' were all set in Days'' ''was'' one, growing out of a segment on the same fictional universe. Fonzie once tried anthology series ''Series/LoveAmericanStyle''. It went on to set Mork up on a date with Laverne. It spawned spawn more successful shows than almost any other series (only ''Series/AllInTheFamily'' could boast more):



** ''Happy Days'' itself was a spin-off of ''LoveAmericanStyle''. Well, "spin-off" might be inaccurate , since LAS was an anthology show. That's like saying ''The Simpsons'' is a spin-off of ''The Tracy Ullman'' show. Technically, yes, but not in the sense we use for most spin-off shows. The definition can get a bit wiggly, though.
7th May '16 8:56:55 PM nombretomado
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!!''HappyDays'' is the TropeNamer for:

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!!''HappyDays'' !!''Happy Days'' is the TropeNamer for:
29th Apr '16 9:30:07 PM The_Glorious_SOB
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*** Actually, he earned his highschool diploma in the fourth season by taking night school classes. The Fonz does not require sleep!

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*** Actually, he earned his highschool high school diploma in the fourth season by taking night school classes. The Fonz does not require sleep!
3rd Apr '16 4:55:34 PM nombretomado
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* SpiritualSuccessor: ''That70sShow'' has a lot of parallels with ''Happy Days''.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: ''That70sShow'' ''Series/That70sShow'' has a lot of parallels with ''Happy Days''.



** ''FreaksAndGeeks'' and ''TheWonderYears'' are also spiritual successors, albeit to a lesser degree.
** ''FamilyMatters'' is often considered the black ''Happy Days''; though set in the present day, it had many of the same producers, several [[RecycledScript recycled plots]], and a BreakoutCharacter who took over the entire show.

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** ''FreaksAndGeeks'' ''Series/FreaksAndGeeks'' and ''TheWonderYears'' ''Series/TheWonderYears'' are also spiritual successors, albeit to a lesser degree.
** ''FamilyMatters'' ''Series/FamilyMatters'' is often considered the black ''Happy Days''; though set in the present day, it had many of the same producers, several [[RecycledScript recycled plots]], and a BreakoutCharacter who took over the entire show.
21st Mar '16 10:30:40 PM Green_lantern40
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[[caption-width-right:340:Not pictured: [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Chuck Cunningham]].[[note]]Clockwise from top: [[StandardFiftiesFather Howard]], [[TheDitz Potsie]], [[{{Housewife}} Marion]], [[TheAllAmericanBoy Richie]], [[BrattyTeenageDaughter Joanie]], [[WackyGuy Ralph]], and... [[BreakoutCharacter ayyyy.]][[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:340:Not pictured: [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Chuck Cunningham]].[[note]]Clockwise from top: [[StandardFiftiesFather Howard]], [[TheDitz Potsie]], [[{{Housewife}} Marion]], [[TheAllAmericanBoy Richie]], [[BrattyTeenageDaughter [[{{Tsundere}} Joanie]], [[WackyGuy Ralph]], and... [[BreakoutCharacter ayyyy.]][[/note]]]]
21st Mar '16 10:29:44 PM Green_lantern40
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[[caption-width-right:340:Not pictured: [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Chuck Cunningham]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:340:Not pictured: [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Chuck Cunningham]].]]
[[note]]Clockwise from top: [[StandardFiftiesFather Howard]], [[TheDitz Potsie]], [[{{Housewife}} Marion]], [[TheAllAmericanBoy Richie]], [[BrattyTeenageDaughter Joanie]], [[WackyGuy Ralph]], and... [[BreakoutCharacter ayyyy.]][[/note]]]]
19th Mar '16 3:37:15 PM Green_lantern40
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* MusicalEpisode: The ValentinesDay-centric "Be My Valentine" in Season 5, and the history-themed "American Musical" in Season 8.

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* MusicalEpisode: The ValentinesDay-centric "Be "[[ValentinesDay Be My Valentine" in Season 5, and the history-themed Valentine]]" (season 5), "American Musical" in Season 8.(season 8), "Poobah Doo Dah" (season 9).
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