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17th Apr '16 4:59:29 PM Unicorndance
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**I don't think so, buddy. Whenever he even HITS someone, he feels not like himself.



It explains his dissapearance ''and'' the cast forgetting him ''perfectly!''


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It explains his dissapearance dssapearance ''and'' the cast forgetting him ''perfectly!''

''perfectly!''
**Will this happen to Fonzie?



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9th Mar '16 12:48:46 PM Hossmeister
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9th Mar '16 12:48:29 PM Hossmeister
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[[WMG: Chuck Cunningham was taken by [[{{MorkAndMindy}} Mork.]]]]

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[[WMG: Chuck Cunningham was taken by [[{{MorkAndMindy}} [[{{Series/MorkAndMindy}} Mork.]]]]
1st Mar '14 7:12:13 PM Aiguille
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Hence the '70s-style hairdos and attitudes seen in the late '50s-early '60s; the gang were continually slipping back and forth about 20 years. About 20 years later, it manifested again in the nearby town of [[That70sShow Point Place]], causing one Eric Forman and his friends in the late '70s to occasionally act and talk more like the cast of ''{{Friends}}''.
** This is how both Fonzie and Chachi ended up [[ArrestedDevelopment practicing law in California]] under different names in the 2000s, both being ages that line up more with having been young in the '70s/early '80s than 20 years before.

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Hence the '70s-style hairdos and attitudes seen in the late '50s-early '60s; the gang were continually slipping back and forth about 20 years. About 20 years later, it manifested again in the nearby town of [[That70sShow [[Series/That70sShow Point Place]], causing one Eric Forman and his friends in the late '70s to occasionally act and talk more like the cast of ''{{Friends}}''.
''Series/{{Friends}}''.
** This is how both Fonzie and Chachi ended up [[ArrestedDevelopment [[Series/ArrestedDevelopment practicing law in California]] under different names in the 2000s, both being ages that line up more with having been young in the '70s/early '80s than 20 years before.
27th Dec '13 2:37:49 AM wesozier
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[[WMG: Chuck was gay!]]
and disowned by the Cunninghams, that's why he's never mentioned again and Mr.C comments that he only has two children. Makes sense in the context of a show about the 50s.

22nd Jul '13 9:51:51 PM merrygo22
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[[WMG:The Fonz is from Mars]]
That is why he could break out of Mork's control when he froze everyone. It is also how he can keep up with him and his powers. Martians have similar powers to their sister race from Ork, they just activate them differently (such as Fonzie's snapping and quick hits). This is also why Fonzie is always after women. Mars needs them, remember?

8th Jun '13 6:09:25 PM nlpnt
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** This is how both Fonzie and Chachi ended up [[ArrestedDevelopment practicing law in California]] under different names in the 2000s, both being ages that line up more with having been young in the '70s/early '80s than 20 years before.
29th Nov '12 6:29:59 AM Briguy52748
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[[WMG: "Richie Almost Dies" was actually "Richie Dies."]]

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[[WMG: "Richie Almost Dies" was actually intended as "Richie Dies."]]
29th Nov '12 6:29:20 AM Briguy52748
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[[WMG: "Richie Almost Dies" was actually "Richie Dies."]]
The first half of the episode goes according to the original plot Richie seriously injured in the motorcycle crash, everyone gathers at the Cunningham home, Leather sings "Find Strength in Your Friends" to Richie clips, and Fonzie makes his tearful plea with God to let Richie live. After the latter scene comes the suspensfully taken commercial break ... and then back to the hospital room. Instead of what actually does happen (it's morning, Howard and Marion walk in to see Fonzie sleeping on the chair, Richie wakes up and all is OK), Fonzie is still sleeping ... when Richie goes into a massive seizure. Fonzie wakes up, panics, and immediately within less than five seconds a half dozen doctors and nurses are in the room to aid Richie. Howard and Marion also show up and are crying, begging the doctor to save their son. But Fonzie is shouting and screaming, pleading with the doctors to save Richie, but it quickly becomes apparent that Richie is about to die. And he does die (offscreen, as the scene fades as the doctors are feverishly working in vain to save Richie, with cries from Howard, Marion and Fonzie). The next scene is the funeral scene and after 15 minutes of just watching mourners file past Richie's casket (and him lying in state) we fade to the funeral. There, Fonzie begins to give a eulogy, but less than three minutes in, he begins to break down, has a complete emotional collapse and has to be helped to his seat (by a teary-eyed Lori Beth and Ralph). So now, the Cunninghams have buried not one, but two sons.

28th Nov '12 2:33:43 PM Briguy52748
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[[WMG: Chuck died in a car accident and it was never mentioned on-screen.]]
Probably the only logical explanation, given Howard's "two children" remark in the series' finale. How? There was an incredibly tragic accident where Chuck and his super-cute girlfriend were driving when they were rear-ended by a drunk driver. The collision is so violent that Chuck's car is pushed into the driveway of a gas station, where a gas tanker is refilling the underground tanks. The whole place explodes into a huge fireball, and there are mass casualties. Chuck and his girlfriend are literally incinerated, as are the gas truck driver and several customers and employees inside the gas station.

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