History TearJerker / HappyDays

27th Sep '17 6:34:51 AM gurkle2
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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TheTag tag]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard unconvincingly tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. Then there is a moment where they sit silently and listen to the voices of the characters playing outside... until[[MoodWhiplash the tension is broken with a quick joke]] and the [[EveryEpisodeEnding obligatory reprise of the theme song]].

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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TheTag tag]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard unconvincingly tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. Then there is a moment where they sit silently and listen to the voices of the characters playing outside... until[[MoodWhiplash until [[MoodWhiplash the tension is broken with a quick joke]] and the [[EveryEpisodeEnding obligatory reprise of the theme song]].
27th Sep '17 6:34:39 AM gurkle2
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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TheTag tag]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard unconvincingly tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. Then there is a moment where they sit silently and listen to the voices of the characters playing outside... until the [[MoodWhiplash the tension is broken with a quick joke]] and the [[EveryEpisodeEnding obligatory reprise of the theme song]].

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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TheTag tag]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard unconvincingly tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. Then there is a moment where they sit silently and listen to the voices of the characters playing outside... until the [[MoodWhiplash until[[MoodWhiplash the tension is broken with a quick joke]] and the [[EveryEpisodeEnding obligatory reprise of the theme song]].
25th Sep '17 7:01:42 PM gurkle2
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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TheTag tag]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard unconvincingly tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. Then there is a moment where they sit silently and listen to the voices of the characters playing outside... until the [[TensionCuttingLaughter the tension is broken with a quick joke]] and the [[EveryEpisodeEnding obligatory reprise of the theme song]].

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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TheTag tag]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard unconvincingly tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. Then there is a moment where they sit silently and listen to the voices of the characters playing outside... until the [[TensionCuttingLaughter [[MoodWhiplash the tension is broken with a quick joke]] and the [[EveryEpisodeEnding obligatory reprise of the theme song]].
25th Sep '17 7:00:29 PM gurkle2
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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TheTag tag]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard unconvincingly tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. Then there is a moment where they sit silently and listen to the voices of the characters playing outside, clearly fearing for their futures... until the [[TensionCuttingLaughter the tension is broken with a quick joke]] and the [[EveryEpisodeEnding obligatory reprise of the theme song]].

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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TheTag tag]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard unconvincingly tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. Then there is a moment where they sit silently and listen to the voices of the characters playing outside, clearly fearing for their futures...outside... until the [[TensionCuttingLaughter the tension is broken with a quick joke]] and the [[EveryEpisodeEnding obligatory reprise of the theme song]].
25th Sep '17 7:00:17 PM gurkle2
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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TheTag tag]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard unconvincingly tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. Then there is a silent moment where they sit silently and listen to the voices of the characters playing outside... until the [[TensionCuttingLaughter the tension is broken with a quick joke]] and the [[EveryEpisodeEnding obligatory reprise of the theme song]].

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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TheTag tag]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard unconvincingly tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. Then there is a silent moment where they sit silently and listen to the voices of the characters playing outside...outside, clearly fearing for their futures... until the [[TensionCuttingLaughter the tension is broken with a quick joke]] and the [[EveryEpisodeEnding obligatory reprise of the theme song]].
25th Sep '17 6:59:40 PM gurkle2
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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TheTag tag]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. WordOfGod is that one of the writers intended this scene as a reference to TheVietnamWar.

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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TheTag tag]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard unconvincingly tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. Then there is a silent moment where they sit silently and listen to the voices of the characters playing outside... until the [[TensionCuttingLaughter the tension is broken with a quick joke]] and the [[EveryEpisodeEnding obligatory reprise of the theme song]].
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WordOfGod is that one of the writers intended this scene as a reference to TheVietnamWar.
25th Sep '17 6:56:46 PM gurkle2
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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TagScene tag scene]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. WordOfGod is that one of the writers intended this scene as a reference to TheVietnamWar.

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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TagScene tag scene]] [[TheTag tag]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. WordOfGod is that one of the writers intended this scene as a reference to TheVietnamWar.
25th Sep '17 6:56:15 PM gurkle2
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* The episode "The Physical" is mostly a lighthearted episode about the boys getting their draft notices, but the [[TagScene tag scene]] is a surprisingly serious and poignant moment where Marion worries about what might happen if the boys actually have to go to war, and Howard tries to reassure her that the country won't send more young men to die overseas. WordOfGod is that one of the writers intended this scene as a reference to TheVietnamWar.
24th Apr '17 9:37:08 PM Green_lantern40
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* The death of legendary showrunner Creator/GarryMarshall. He died of pneumonia brought upon by multiple health issues he suffered following a stroke several years previously.

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* The death of legendary showrunner Creator/GarryMarshall. He died of pneumonia brought upon by multiple health issues he suffered following a stroke several years previously.previously.
* The sudden death of Erin Moran, the actress who played Joanie. Her unexpected passing from stage four cancer at the not-exactly-old age of 56 was an especially devastating blow to her co-stars, friends, and fans of the series.
8th Jan '17 9:45:22 AM twilicorn
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* The 2014 passing of Robin Williams (Mork).
* The 2016 passing of creator: Garry Marshall.

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* The 2014 passing death of Robin Williams (Mork).
* The 2016 passing
legendary showrunner Creator/GarryMarshall. He died of creator: Garry Marshall.pneumonia brought upon by multiple health issues he suffered following a stroke several years previously.
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