Happy Days

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A nostalgic comedy set in 1950s Milwaukee, 'Happy Days' follows the Cunningham family: hardware store owner Howard (Tom Bosley); his wife, Marion (Marion Ross); and their kids, Richie (Ron Howard) and Joanie (Erin Moran). With Richie's friends Potsie (Anson Williams) and Ralph (Don Most) constantly dreaming up cockeyed teenage schemes and Fonzie's (Henry Winkler) greaser wisdom, there is always something fun going on with the gang.

Next Airings

  • 4/12 6:30PMHollywood (Part 1)
    "A Hollywood talent scout, needing a mechanic for his limousine, sees Fonzie at Arnold's and thinks he could be the next James Dean. The Cunninghams, Potsie, and Ralph go to Hollywood with Fonzie for his screen test."
  • 4/13 6:30PMHollywood (Part 2)
    "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."
  • 4/14 6:30PMHollywood (Part 3)
    "Fonzie faces jumping a caged shark on water skis, and Richie decides whether or not he wants to sign the Paramount Pictures contract he was offered."
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Episode Guide

Season 1
  • Season 1
  • Season 2
  • Season 3
  • Season 4
  • Season 5
  • Season 6
  • Season 7
  • Season 8
  • Season 9
  • Season 10
  • Season 11

Ep 1: All the Way

Potsie sets Richie up with a girl known to have a reputation. Richie doesn't get far with her but leads Fonzie and others to believe he did.

Ep 2: The Lemon

Tired of driving around in Howard's DeSoto, Richie and Potsie buy a car of their own. The car has several problems including an engine that won't run consistently. This causes problems when they try to impress two girls.

Ep 3: Richie's Cup Runneth Over

Richie and Potsie are invited to Potsie's cousin's stag party. In an attempt to lessen the effects of the alcohol they will consume, they each drink several cartons of milk and a sip of olive oil.

Ep 4: Guess Who's Coming to Visit

Ritchie sneaks out after dark with Potsie Weber to watch Fonzie drive Ralph Malph's newly souped up ride in a midnight drag race against challenger Skizzy Scollick.

Ep 5: Hardware Jungle

Thinking he has to work late, Richie asks Fonzie for a refund on concert tickets that he bought from him. Later, it turns out Richie doesn't have to work late, and he finds himself in the awkward situation of having to ask for the tickets back.

Ep 6: The Deadly Dares

Richie and Potsie, in their never-ending effort to get girls, decide that they want to join a gang called the Demons. However, in order to be accepted, they'll have to perform several dares.

Ep 7: Fonzie Drops In

After taking a look at a B+ Potsie got on an exam, Fonzie decides to drop back into school. He asks Richie to do his homework and cheat for him.

Ep 8: The Skin Game

Richie and Potsie obtain fake IDs in order to attend a burlesque show—where Ralph says Bubbles McCall takes it all off!

Ep 9: Breaking Up Is Hard to Do

Richie and his girlfriend, Arlene, break up after two weeks of dating. Neither one of them has dates for the prom, so they end up going together as friends.

Ep 10: Give the Band a Hand

To make some money, Richie, Potsie, Ralph and Bag form a band. They secure a gig, but Richie and Potsie lose the money (including that of Ralph and Bag) playing poker.

Ep 11: Because She's There

Richie is put in an awkward situation when he is set up with a girl much taller than him. Meanwhile, Howard is frustrated by Marion's ineptness at playing bridge.

Ep 12: In the Name of Love

Cindy, a new girl in school, asks Richie to tutor her. Richie is interested in more than just studying and makes several attempts to win her over.

Ep 13: Great Expectations

Roger seeks Fonzie's advice regarding his love life. Meanwhile, Joanie and Chachi write a song for their band, and Potsie tries to get into the Leopard Lodge.

Ep 14: The Best Man

Howard's old Army buddy, an African American, asks Howard to be the best man at his wedding. Howard and Marion consider holding the wedding at their home when the man can't find anyone else willing to do it.

Ep 15: Knock Around the Block

Richie gets into the good graces of Dukes gang leader, Frankie Melina, when he rescues the tough's little sister from bullies and walks her home. Trouble still brews, however, when he dares to tread on Dukes turf, trying to rescue Potsie's stolen bike.

Ep 16: Be the First on Your Block

Howard wants to buy a bomb shelter to protect his family. Problems quickly arise when several of Richie's friends ask if they can use it.

Ep 1: Richie Moves Out

Richie feels that he doesn't have enough privacy, so he decides to move in with Chuck. He quickly discovers, though, that bachelor life isn't quite what he expected.

Ep 2: Richie's Car

Richie buys a car from Fonzie and finds out that it is stolen.

Ep 3: Who's Sorry Now?

Richie's old girlfriend comes back to Milwaukee and wants to go steady with him.

Ep 4: You Go to My Head

Richie reads a book about abnormal psychology and begins to think that there's something wrong with him.

Ep 5: R.O.T.C.

Richie is named R.O.T.C. squad leader but has trouble controlling his squad. After several warnings to obey his commands, he puts them all on report.

Ep 6: Haunted

After experiencing a few strange happenings, Richie begins to buy into the legend that the place where Ralph's Halloween party is to be held, the old Simpson house, is haunted.

Ep 7: Wish Upon a Star

Richie wins a date with movie star Cindy Shea to a school dance, and Gloria breaks up with him because of circumstances surrounding it.

Ep 8: Not with My Sister, You Don't

When 12-year-old Joanie Cunningham is invited by Fonzie's leather-clad nephew, Spike, to go to a movie on her first real date, her parents and big brother, Richie, do what they do best...worry!

Ep 9: Big Money

After Richie wins $3,200 on a gameshow, the show's host hands him an envelope containing the answer to the $5,000 question.

Ep 10: A Star Is Bored

In order to get new uniforms for their baseball team, Richie, Potsie and Ralph attempt to find a celebrity to play the title role in their upcoming fundraiser production of 'Hamlet.' When they can't get a big name to play the part, Fonzie agrees to do it.

Ep 11: Guess Who's Coming to Christmas

Fonzie tells Al the story of the time an unexpected visitor turned Howard Cunningham's plans for a traditional family Christmas upside down.

Ep 12: Open House

Richie and Potsie plan to host a poker night at the Cunningham house as Howard and Marion will be out of town. However, their plans change when three young women stop by after their car breaks down, and Potsie invites them to stay the night.

Ep 13: Fonzie's Getting Married

Fonzie announces that he's getting married and brings his bride-to-be to the Cunningham house for dinner. There, Howard recognizes her as a stripper he saw at a hardware convention in Chicago.

Ep 14: The Cunningham Caper

An ill Richie is home alone while the rest of the family go to see Cinerama. Hearing noises downstairs, he investigates and finds a burglar!

Ep 15: The Not Making of the President

Richie goes against Howard and, to get a girl, campaigns for Adlai Stevenson in the 1956 Presidential race.

Ep 16: Cruisin'

Richie, Postie and Ralph are forced to go cruising for girls in Howard's DeSoto after Marion dents Richie's car at the supermarket. They find three girls but, later, find their boyfriends—who are members of street gang the Dragons!

Ep 17: The Howdy Doody Show

Richie gets an in for an interview with famous children's entertainers Bob Smith and Howdy Doody when little sister Joanie appears on the television show. Richie is later confronted with an ethical dilemma, however, when Life magazine offers to buy his one-of-a-kind photo of clown Clarabelle caught without his makeup.

Ep 18: Get a Job

Looking for work, Richie, Potsie and Ralph agree to fix the fence of an attractive divorcee. When the woman leaves for a while, Potsie and Ralph decide to take off as well, leaving Richie to finish the job by himself.

Ep 19: Fonzie Joins the Band

Howard secures a gig for Richie, Potsie, Ralph and Bag to play at the Leopard Lodge dance. Fonzie is able to get the guys tuxedos, but, in return, he joins them as a member of the band. When Fonzie plays a loud bongo solo during a slow dance, Richie is chosen to give him the news that he's out of the band.

Ep 20: Fish and the Fins

To hide from overzealous fans, a popular rock group (one of the members was Richie's childhood friend) is staying at the Cunningham house, but Richie can't tell anyone that they're there. This poses a problem for Richie because nobody believes he actually knows them.

Ep 21: Richie's Flip Side

When Richie becomes a disc jockey at a local radio station, his boss informs him that he has the potential to become the next Wolfman Jack. Richie begins to develop an inflated ego and neglect his friends.

Ep 22: Kiss Me Sickly

Fonzie asks Richie to watch after his girl, Denise, while he's out of town at a demolition derby. Denise, upon hearing what Fonzie's asked Richie to do, decides to test Richie's trustworthiness. Richie succumbs to temptation and makes out with Denise at Inspiriation Point, later finding out that she has mononucleosis.

Ep 23: Goin' to Chicago

Richie, Potsie and Ralph go on a trip to Chicago with the school choir. Not wanting to stay in their hotel room all night, they decide to sneak out and see a show.

Ep 1: Fonzie Moves In

With Howard's hardware store about to face new competition, the Cunninghams decide they need to rent the room above their garage to generate extra income. Howard is shocked when Richie rents it to Fonzie.

Ep 2: Motorcycle

When Fonzie finds his bike in pieces, the search is on to find the culprit.

Ep 3: Fearless Fonzarelli: Part 1

Trying to revive his slumping "cool," Fonzie plans a televised motorcycle jump over a record 14 garbage cans in the parking lot of Arnold's Drive-In.

Ep 4: Fearless Fonzarelli: Part 2

Surgery fixes the Fonz's injured knee but the Cunningham's coddling and his fear that pain will make him appear "uncool" keeps him lying on the couch, until Richie resorts to extreme measures to get Fearless Fonzarelli walking again.

Ep 5: The Other Richie Cunningham

Needing to make a good impression for a prospective business deal, Howard asks Richie to take the "Prince of Porcelain's" daughter out on a date. Richie, however, already has big plans and asks Potsie to take his place and pretend to be him.

Ep 6: Richie Fights Back

After being embarrassed at Arnold's by a couple of hoods, Richie wants to take a jujitsu class to learn how to stand up for himself.

Ep 7: Jailhouse Rock

While Richie, Potsie and Ralph are in the restroom at Arnold's discussing a plan to fight a newly imposed curfew, the lights go out and they discover they're locked inside for the night.

Ep 8: Howard's 45th Fiasco

At his 45th birthday, Howard realizes that his life has been very dull up to this point, and he attempts to run away to Tahiti.

Ep 9: Fonzie the Flatfoot

Fonzie poses as a police officer in order to stop a rumble between two rival gangs.

Ep 10: A Date with Fonzie

The Fonz picks two of his favorite chicks out of his not-so-little black book to help Richie out of a dating dry spell.

Ep 11: Three on a Porch

With nothing to do for the Easter holiday, Richie, Potsie and Ralph decide to rent a cabin at Lake Whitefish. They pretend to be much older businessmen in order to secure the cabin and get girls.

Ep 12: Fonzie's New Friend

Fonzie provides an African-American drummer to play with the band at Richie's party.

Ep 13: They Call It Potsie Love

Joanie develops a crush on Potsie after he sings to her at Arnold's.

Ep 14: Tell It to the Marines

Convinced that no girl could be attracted to him and that he's useless, Ralph threatens to enlist with the Marines.

Ep 15: Dance Contest

Marion, tired of the monotony of everyday house chores, decides to enter a televised dance contest. When Howard won't participate with her, she secretly enlists the help of Fonzie.

Ep 16: The Second Anniversary Show

Fonzie's friends reminisce about the impact he's made on their lives when the Cunninghams throw him a surprise birthday party at Arnold's Drive-In.

Ep 17: Fonzie the Salesman

When his garage gets a new owner, Fonzie decides to quit. He is unable to find another job as a head mechanic, but, with Howard as his inspiration, vows to find his true calling.

Ep 18: Football Frolics

Needing money to get tickets to a big football game, Richie, Potsie and Ralph decide to babysit 15 children on the night of Mardi Gras.

Ep 19: Fonzie the Superstar

With Potsie away, the guys try to get Fonzie to take his place as the band's singer for the Senior Dance.

Ep 20: Two Angry Men

Fonzie takes Howard to court after Fonzie's pigeon cage falls through the roof of his apartment during a blizzard. Fonzie claims the weight of the snow caused the roof to collapse while Howard claims it was the pigeon cage.

Ep 21: Beauty Contest

Richie, Potsie and Ralph stage a beauty contest at Arnold's in order to meet girls. They plan to enter a plant into the contest who won't accept the prizes when chosen as the winner. Richie is uneasy about this but reconsiders when a cheerleader he's interested in enters.

Ep 22: Bringing Up Spike

Spike is an accomplice during a burglary at Arnold's, and it is up to Fonzie to set him straight.

Ep 23: A Sight for Sore Eyes

Fonzie fears that his famous cool will be compromised if he wears the reading glasses prescribed to cure his headaches.

Ep 24: Arnold's Wedding

Arnold asks Fonzie to be the best man at his wedding, but Fonzie is hesitant because of the "Fonzarelli curse." Arnold's fiance calls the wedding off when she thinks she'd be holding back Arnold's career.

Ep 1: Fonzie Loves Pinky: Part 1

Fonzie's former girlfriend and fellow motorcyclist, Pinky Tuscadero, comes back into his life, making him realize he still loves her. She wants to be in a demolition derby with him but Fonzie says that it's no place for a woman.

Ep 2: Fonzie Loves Pinky: Part 2

After receiving a head injury at the derby from "The Millachi Crunch," Pinky is hospitalized. Fonzie gets revenge and wins the derby; he also realizes that he wants to be more than just Pinky's boyfriend.

Ep 3: Fonzie Loves Pinky: Part 3

Fonzie and Pinky have decided to get married, but a series of events may prevent them from becoming Mr. and Mrs. Fonzerelli.

Ep 4: A Mind of His Own

After having been in several fights recently, on the advice of the Cunninghams, Fonzie agrees to see a psychologist.

Ep 5: Fonzie the Father

Fonzie's friend's pregnant wife stays with Richie at the Cunningham house while the rest of the family is away on vacation.

Ep 6: Fonzie's Hero

Potsie saves Fonzie from a fire at the garage. Out of gratitude, Fonzie grants Potsie any one favor, and Potsie wants to pal around with the Fonz.

Ep 7: A Place of His Own

So Richie can have a night alone with his girl, Fonzie lets him to use his apartment and claim it as his own. Fonzie needs some rest, so he sleeps in Richie's bed without Howard, Marion and Joanie knowing.

Ep 8: They Shoot Fonzies, Don't They?

A motorcycle mishap forces the Fonz to push his broken bike for 12 miles, just before he is to partner with Joanie Cunningham for a grueling dance marathon.

Ep 9: The Muckrakers

Richie, wanting to become a tough reporter, sets out to investigate the food at Jefferson High. During his investigation, he discovers that Fonzie is afraid of liver.

Ep 10: A.K.A. the Fonz

Kirk, the new acting sheriff, tries to exert his power by forcing Fonzie to leave town.

Ep 11: Richie Branches Out

Richie falls in love with a Wisconsin Cola poster girl and poses as a successful hardware businessman in order to meet her.

Ep 12: Fonzie's Old Lady

Fonzie meets an older woman whose car he fixed and agrees to meet her the next day for doubles tennis at a country club.

Ep 13: Time Capsule

Richie and the guys organize a time capsule for a school project. Howard agrees to let them use the vault at his store for the capsule, and Potsie accidentally locks them all inside.

Ep 14: The Book of Records

To get some publicity, Al tries to have someone break a world record at Arnold's. Meanwhile, Fonzie's cousin, Angie, is in town for a visit and proves to be extremely clumsy.

Ep 15: A Shot in the Dark

Richie makes a lucky shot to win a basketball game and suddenly becomes a big hero.

Ep 16: Marion Rebels

Not having enough to do now that Richie and Joanie are growing up, Marion gets a job waitressing at Arnold's.

Ep 17: The Third Anniversary Show

The Cunninghams and their friends reminisce through special moments and enjoy a few surprises on the night of Howard and Marion's surprise 20th wedding anniversary celebration.

Ep 18: Graduation: Part 1

Marion Cunningham is forced to reveal Fonzie's secret plan to graduate with Richie's senior class just before Principal Conners' startling announcement at the high school prom that puts the graduation ceremony itself in jeopardy.

Ep 19: Graduation: Part 2

Fonzie's friends convince their principal to let the night school graduate participate in Jefferson High School's commencement ceremony, but then must find a way to help the Fonz make his valedictory speech.

Ep 20: The Physical

Richie, Fonzie, Potsie and Ralph receive notices from the Army to report for physicals.

Ep 21: Joanie's Weird Boyfriend

Thinking her life is dull and that she's always treated like a little kid, Joanie wants to join the Red Devils gang.

Ep 22: Fonz-How, Inc.

Howard comes up with the idea for a trash compactor, and Fonzie becomes his partner to help him build it. They become very excited about the success they could achieve and present "The Gulper" to a corporation for consideration.

Ep 23: Spunky Come Home

Fonzie gets a dog, and she escapes when Ralph and Potsie accidentally leave the gate open. Ralph tells Fonzie that the dog, Spunky, was stolen.

Ep 24: The Last of the Big Time Malphs

Novice bookmaker, Ralph Malph, loses his shirt on a football game and must face his father to avoid the fists of a street tough named Bruiser.

Ep 25: Fonzie's Baptism

After crashing in a stock-car race, Fonzie begins to worry about what will happen when his number comes up. Al suggests Fonzie seek the guidance of his brother, Father Anthony Delvecchio.

Ep 1: Hollywood: Part 1

A Hollywood talent scout, needing a mechanic for his limousine, sees Fonzie at Arnold's and thinks he could be the next James Dean. The Cunninghams, Potsie and Ralph go to Hollywood with Fonzie for his screen test.

Ep 2: Hollywood: Part 2

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.

Ep 3: Hollywood: Part 3

Fonzie faces jumping a caged shark on water skis, and Richie decides whether he wants to sign the Paramount Pictures contract he was offered.

Ep 4: Hard Cover

Facing a dating slump, Fonzie suggests that Richie go to the library to meet girls. Doing so, he meets Lori Beth Allen, who invites him to her dorm room.

Ep 5: My Cousin, the Cheat

After Chachi is caught by a truancy officer, Fonzie and Richie arrange for Joanie to tutor him. He then gets caught cheating on a test and, as a result, gets suspended from school and gets in hot water with Fonzie.

Ep 6: Fonsillectomy

Fonzie has to have his tonsils removed and will miss a big Halloween party.

Ep 7: The Apartment

Richie, Potsie and Ralph get an apartment of their own.

Ep 8: Fonzie and Leather Tuscadero: Part 1

Pinky Tuscadero's younger sister, Leather, comes to Milwaukee looking for a gig. Al gives her and her group a job at Arnold's after a successful audtion, but Officer Kirk threatens to shut the place down after learning of Leather's troubled past.

Ep 9: Fonzie and Leather Tuscadero: Part 2

After Howard refuses to let Joanie go on tour with Leather, she follows through with her threat to run away from home.

Ep 10: My Fair Fonzie

Fonzie is invited to a socialite dinner party, not knowing that the people who have invited him hope he will make a fool of himself.

Ep 11: Bye Bye Blackball

Richie, Potsie and Ralph want to join the best fraternity on campus, but they have to survive "Hell Week" first.

Ep 12: Requiem for a Malph

Ralph is caught with the girlfriend of the football team's star fullback, Rebel E. Lee. Instead of a fight, Fonzie arranges a boxing match between Rebel and Ralph to settle their dispute.

Ep 13: Nose for News

After getting a "D" on a paper for his investigative reporting class, Richie decides to do a story about the corrupt sanitation department, which is forcing Howard to pay a weekly surcharge.

Ep 14: Grandpa's Visit

Howard's father comes for a visit after being forcibly retired because of his age. Not wanting to sit around, he gets a job at Fonzie's garage. After one day, Fonzie, not having the heart to do it himself, asks Howard to fire his father.

Ep 15: Potsie Gets Pinned

After one date with Jennifer Jerome, Potsie wants to ask her to marry him. Howard suggests that they get pinned instead, but, after asking her, Potsie suddenly backs out.

Ep 16: Joanie's First Kiss

Joanie is set to go on her first car date, so Fonzie and Richie show her how to counter any advances her date may make toward her. Joanie says she may not want to counter his advances and would like to experience her first kiss.

Ep 17: Marion's Misgivings

When Marion's friend is dumped by her husband for a younger woman, Marion begins to think that Howard may do the same to her.

Ep 18: Richie Almost Dies

Lori Beth reports that Richie isn't moving after they crash his new motorcycle.

Ep 19: Spunkless Spunky

Fonzie's dog, Spunky, appears depressed and distant. After a visit to the veterinarian, it is determined that Spunky's problem is mental.

Ep 20: Be My Valentine

Joanie daydreams about the gang singing romantic Valentine's Day songs.

Ep 21: Our Gang

Richie tells Chachi the story of how he met Fonzie in order to convince him that joining a gang is a mistake.

Ep 22: My Favorite Orkan

An alien, Mork from Ork, comes to Earth looking for an average person to study and picks Richie.

Ep 23: Fourth Anniversary Special

Lori Beth has to write a term paper on the typical middle-class family, so she interviews each Cunningham family member as well as their friends. Fonzie says he'll tell her something nobody else knows about the Cunninghams.

Ep 24: Do You Want to Dance?

Fonzie's girlfriend is a moderately successful ballet teacher, but Fonzie has trouble accepting that she may be happier as a professional performer in New York.

Ep 25: Second Wind

Al is to receive a man-of-the-year award from the Sons of Italy, but he doesn't have a date. Fonzie sets him up with a meter maid, and she agrees to go with him to the banquet.

Ep 26: Rules to Date By

Richie and Lori Beth have a fight and break up before leaving for a weekend trip on which their band is to back up Leather and the Suedes. Meanwhile, Howard and Marion argue about women's rights.

Ep 27: Fonzie for the Defense

Fonzie and Howard are picked for jury duty. The case appears cut and dry, but Fonzie isn't so sure. Meanwhile, Richie, Potsie and Ralph practice for a fraternity festival, and Marion is to hold a paint sale at the hardware store in Howard's absence.

Ep 1: Westward Ho: Part 1

The entire gang goes to Colorado to help Marion's Uncle Ben at his dude ranch. They have to come up with enough money in five days to pay off Ben's neighbor, who holds a note on the ranch.

Ep 2: Westward Ho: Part 2

The gang stages a rodeo in an attempt to raise money to pay off the note H.R. Buchanan holds on Uncle Ben's ranch.

Ep 3: Westward Ho: Part 3

With the deadline looming, the gang is still short $1,017.38 for H.R. Buchanan's note, so Fonzie volunteers to ride a killer bull for a $1,000 prize.

Ep 4: Fonzie's Blindness

When Al accidentally hits Fonzie in the head with a serving tray, he becomes blind.

Ep 5: Casanova Cunningham

Richie tells Lori Beth a wild story to hide the fact that he's actually escorting a baton twirler to the fraternity dance.

Ep 6: Kid Stuff

Fonzie and his girlfriend's son are getting along as if they were father and son, but then it is revealed that she and her estranged husband are getting back together.

Ep 7: Sweet Sixteen

Joanie thinks she's found true love in Jefferson High's star quarterback. However, when she sees him sweet-talking another girl, she breaks up with him and is faced with not having a date for her sweet-sixteen party.

Ep 8: Fearless Malph

Writing a story about fears and phobias, Richie finds out that Ralph is afraid of nearly everything.

Ep 9: The Evil Eye

After Al Delvecchio's right arm is cursed to do the bidding of an old witch, Richie and his pals perform a Halloween exorcism.

Ep 10: The Claw Meets the Fonz

Al thinks about taking on an investment partner to create an Arnold's franchise. When Al suggests consulting an accountant and lawyer before they complete the deal, the man he's dealing with calls in his goons.

Ep 11: The Fonz Is Allergic to Girls

Fonzie comes to think that he is allergic to girls.

Ep 12: The First Thanksgiving

Upset that the rest of the family is watching a football game instead of helping her prepare the Thanksgiving dinner, Marion reminds them of the meaning of the holiday with the story of the first Thanksgiving.

Ep 13: The Evil Eye

Al fears an old lady has cursed him.

Ep 14: The Magic Show

Howard and Al are co-chairmen of a Leopard Lodge fundraiser. When the magician/escape-artist they hired injures himself while attempting the milk-can escape, Fonzie suggests another magician, the Amazing Randi.

Ep 15: Richie Gets Framed

Richie, who is running for class president, gets his picture taken at a massage parlor by his opponent. Richie thinks his campaign will be ruined if the picture gets out.

Ep 16: Christmas Time

Fonzie receives a Christmas gift from his father but is reluctant to accept and open it. Meanwhile, Richie and Lori Beth argue about what they've spent on each other's gifts, and Joanie is upset at Howard for getting an artificial tree.

Ep 17: Smokin' Ain't Cool

Joanie starts smoking to fit in with a club she's recently joined. Howard initially forbids her to smoke but, eventually, allows her to make her own decision.

Ep 18: Ralph Versus Potsie

When Richie takes over a local newspaper's advice column, Postie and Ralph write in asking how to solve their constant bickering. Richie suggests they literally draw a line down the center of the room and for Ralph to stay on one side and Potsie on the other.

Ep 19: Stolen Melodies

Leather and the band audition for a television music show but are turned down. Leather's song, however, is stolen and recorded by another band.

Ep 20: Married Strangers

It's their 23rd anniversary, and Howard and Marion are angry at each other over a rate-your-mate test they took in a magazine. They are to go on a second honeymoon, but Marion angers Howard even further when she wants everything to be exactly the same as it was on their first.

Ep 21: Marion, Fairy Godmother

Ralph asks Leather to the annual military ball. Ralph, under the advisement of Fonzie, learns to act like a serious gentleman, and Leather, under the advisement of Marion, learns to dress and act like an elegant lady.

Ep 22: Fonzie's Funeral: Part 1

Fonzie discovers thousands of dollars in counterfeit money hidden in a casket inside of a hearse he is working on. When he doesn't return from the funeral parlor after bringing back the hearse, the guys fear the worst.

Ep 23: Fonzie's Funeral: Part 2

Fonzie survives an explosion at the garage triggered by the counterfeiters. The counterfeiters don't know that Fonzie has survived, so a phony funeral is staged at their funeral parlor to entrap them.

Ep 24: Mork Returns

Mork returns to 1950s Milwaukee to learn about relationships in this retrospective episode.

Ep 25: The Duel

A fencing champion from France visits UWM for an exhibition. After he insults Joanie and America, Richie challenges the champion to a duel.

Ep 26: Chachi's Incredo-Wax

Needing extra money, Chachi begins selling Incredo-Wax, a miracle product that is supposed to shine anything. Unfortunately, it also has disastrous side effects.

Ep 27: Potsie Quits School

With Potsie afraid that he will fail his anatomy final, Fonzie encourages him to use music as a tool to help study. Meanwhile, Joanie and Howard are at odds over her less-than-stellar report card.

Ep 1: Shotgun Wedding

While on vacation at Lake Pinewood, Richie and Fonzie meet two lonely milkmaids. When the girls' father catches them in his barn, he says they will have to get married.

Ep 2: Chachi Sells His Soul

Wanting to be treated more like an adult, Chachi sells his soul to the devil. In order to get him out of the deal, Fonzie has to go 24 hours without receiving a kiss from a girl.

Ep 3: Fonz Meets Kat

The merchant seamen are in town, and with them is Rico, a sworn enemy of Fonzie. Fonzie is primed to fight, but Father Delvecchio wants to talk him out of it.

Ep 4: Marion Goes to Jail

Marion forgets to set the parking brake in her car, and it rolls down a hill and through the wall at Arnold's. To show Howard that she is a responsible person, she goes to court to take full responsibility for her actions—and ends up in jail.

Ep 5: Richie's Job

Wanting to have some money of his own, Richie gets a job loading papers for The Milwaukee Journal. However, one of Richie's coworkers doesn't like him right from the start.

Ep 6: Richie Falls in Love

Angry with Lori Beth about her wanting him to wear a Humpty Dumpty costume for a Homecoming parade, Richie goes to a bar to be alone. He meets a young woman there and finds they work in complementary fields. The woman asks Richie to go with her on a trip to Venice, and he accepts.

Ep 7: Fonzie's a Thespian

When Marion is to star in a community theatre play, her director/co-star begins to make unwelcome advances toward her.

Ep 8: Burlesque

Howard puts on a burlesque show for his Leopard Lodge with the hope that it will earn him the honor of being the Grand Poobah. The show is in jeopardy of being halted when the girls hired for the show are snowed-in in Buffalo, New York.

Ep 9: Joanie Busts Out

In a somewhat rebellious move after Howard and Marion won't let her go to Chicago for a concert, Joanie decides to become a model. However, she is unaware that the studio shoots nudes.

Ep 10: King Richard's Big Night

Richie is named the 1961 Delta Gamma King and acts like a jerk after receiving the honor. However, nobody knows that his behavior is the result of his ginger ale being drugged.

Ep 11: Fonzie Versus the She Devils

Unknowingly, Richie, Potsie and Ralph are invited to a party hosted by the She Devils gang in which the Devil who brings in the biggest nerd wins a $100 prize.

Ep 12: The Mechanic

When a wheelchair-bound man is hired by Fonzie to work at Bronko's Auto Repairing, he drives Fonzie crazy and is rude to everyone he meets.

Ep 13: They're Closing Inspiration Point

Milwaukee's East Boulevard Business Association, led by Howard, wants to build an expressway off-ramp through Inspiration Point. Everyone does their best to stop the construction and save Inspiration Point.

Ep 14: Here Comes the Bride Again

After initially being reluctant to go through with it, Howard agrees to have a second wedding where he and Marion will renew their vows.

Ep 15: Ah, Wilderness

The guys and their girls go on a camping trip for their spring vacation. Under Richie's leadership, however, everything seems to go wrong and nobody has a good time.

Ep 16: Joanie's Dilemma

Joanie is unsure about whether she wants to go with her boyfriend to "The Alamo," a special section of Inspiration Point.

Ep 17: Hot Stuff

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

Ep 18: The New Arnold's

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.

Ep 19: The Hucksters

After hearing from a former employee about the wonders of television advertising, Howard thinks it will help his hardware store. The person he hires to handle the advertisement guarantees a 40% increase in business in exchange for complete control of the project.

Ep 20: Allison

Fonzie meets a deaf woman at the electric company office where he is attempting to straighten out a billing error for Howard. He gives Richie the indication that this girl may be the one.

Ep 21: Fools Rush In

Joanie thinks Chachi is losing interest in her, and Chachi thinks Joanie isn't taking him seriously. On the advice of Lori Beth, Joanie invites Chachi over for dinner on a night where she is babysitting Potsie's cousins. Chachi tells Al that he's finally going to make his move with Joanie.

Ep 22: Father & Son

Richie goes to a Leopard Lodge convention with Howard in Chicago despite wanting to go to a Bears game with Potsie and Ralph.

Ep 23: A Potsie Is Born

Potsie secures an audition as a singer for a local club. The potential success goes to his head, and he treats those around him as inferiors.

Ep 24: The Roaring Twenties

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

Ep 25: Ralph's Family Problem

Ralph becomes depressed over his parents' divorce. Meanwhile, Marion practices for her upcoming role as the witch in a 'Hansel & Gretel' play.

Ep 1: No Tell Motel

When Joanie and Chachi sneak off to a concert in Chicago, they end up having to share a motel room—the honeymoon suite—because it is the only one left.

Ep 2: Live and Learn

Fonzie gets a job teaching auto mechanics at Jefferson High School, but gets frustrated when his students don't pick everything up as quickly as he did.

Ep 3: Dreams Can Come True

Marion goes on a gameshow in hopes of winning the money needed to send Lori Beth to Greenland for her wedding.

Ep 4: Hello, Roger

Roger Phillips, Marion's nephew, comes to Milwaukee to become an English teacher and the basketball coach at Jefferson High School. He gets off on the wrong foot with Fonzie, however, after he inadvertently empties his locker, insults him and crashes into his motorcycle.

Ep 5: Joanie Gets Wheels

Despite Howard's objection, Joanie decides to buy a car because she and Chachi are tired of having to double-date, and Chachi cannot afford to buy his own.

Ep 6: White Christmas

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

Ep 7: And the Winner Is

Fonzie wants to win the "Teacher of the Year" award to spite a fellow teacher.

Ep 8: If You Knew Rosa

Al announces that he's given up his search for Rosa Coletti, a woman with whom he was involved 20 years ago. However, he receives a letter from his mother saying that she's found Rosa and that she'll be coming to Arnold's next Saturday night.

Ep 9: The Sixth Sense

After crashing his worn-out motorcycle, Fonzie decides it's time to invest in a new one. He doesn't have quiet enough money, however, so the gang decides to help him out.

Ep 10: It Only Hurts When I Smile

Fonzie comes down with a terrible toothache but refuses to see a dentist. Meanwhile, Howard is upset about Joanie's choice of attire for a wedding she's attending.

Ep 11: Welcome to My Nightmare

After a day of everyone asking favors of him, Fonzie has a nightmare about a mad scientist draining his cool.

Ep 12: Broadway It's Not

Chachi becomes jealous after seeing a kissing scene involving Joanie and another actor during rehearsals for a school musical. Fonzie also considers quitting as director.

Ep 13: Bride & Gloom

After Jenny's date dumps her before a big masquerade ball, Fonzie agrees to take her. They dress as a bride and groom and, as part of the party, have a make-believe wedding. However, because the captain of the boat performed the ceremony, the marriage may be legal!

Ep 14: Hello, Mrs. Arcola

Because she's never been to his house or met his mother, Joanie thinks that Chachi is ashamed of her. Fonzie invites the Cunninghams over to the Arcola's for dinner on Chachi's behalf. Fonzie surmises that Chachi is embarrassed of his mother and uncle and of the fact that they're poor.

Ep 15: Fonzie Gets Shot

After Fonzie is accidentally shot during a weekend trip to Potsie's uncle's cabin, Fonzie, Chachi and Roger each describe their versions of what happened.

Ep 16: Potsie on His Own

Postie faces a dilemma when he can't afford his apartment but wants to impress a girl who like men who live alone.

Ep 17: Tall Story

Chachi discovers a great basketball player who recently transferred to Jefferson High. However, he initially holds back when performing for Roger and, suddenly, changes his mind about being on the team when his father orders him home in the middle of a practice.

Ep 18: Scholarship

Desperate to get Chachi on the school's basketball team, a scout for Eastern Florida University offers him a scholarship and several other superfluous perks. Fonzie is extrememly excited for Chachi, but Howard and Roger think the scholarships are too good to be true.

Ep 19: R. C. & L. B. Forever

Richie and Lori Beth want to get married, but Lori Beth cannot go to Richie's base until they're already married. Roger suggests that they have a ceremony in which a proxy stands in for Richie because he can't be there in person. Fonzie volunteers to be the proxy.

Ep 20: Howard's Bowling Buddy

When Marion hurts her back before a big bowling game, Howard finds a new partner in the lovely Fern Flagg. He tells Marion that she is an old spinster, and Marion is furious when she discovers he's lying.

Ep 21: Mother and Child Reunion

Fonzie takes his auto shop class to an out-of-town junkyard and meets a waitress at a diner whom he thinks is his mother.

Ep 22: American Musical

Chachi struggles with an essay on the causes, hardships and influences of immigration until Fonzie tells him several stories in a series of musical vignettes.

Ep 1: Home Movies: Part 1

Joanie prepares some home movies to send to Richie. In the movies, Lori Beth announces that she's going to have a baby; Al's mother visits for the entire summer; Howard is consumed with Braves baseball; and Fonzie and his former gang, the Falcons, get ready to settle old scores with a rival gang.

Ep 2: Home Movies: Part 2

Fonzie's Falcons and their rival gang, the War Mongers, attempt to settle an old scores with a game of softball. The outcome is disputed, and a rumble ensues. Marion confronts Howard about his anxiety over becoming a grandfather, and Chachi continues to try to make up with Joanie.

Ep 3: Not with My Mother You Don't

Al tells Chachi about his dull, mundane life, so Chachi suggests that he ask his mother out. He shows up at Arnold's the next night disheveled and tells Chachi that his mother is already seeing someone. Chachi is shocked and vows to get to the bottom of it.

Ep 4: Another Night at Antoine's

Chachi tells Joanie that he wants to date other girls and soon realizes that he's made a big mistake. He tries to straighten things out with her, but she goes out on a dinner date with another guy.

Ep 5: Little Baby Cunningham

Lori Beth asks Fonzie to be her coach in a new birthing method called natural childbirth. He's fully on board until he learns he has to be in the delivery room with her.

Ep 6: The Other Guy

Fonzie and Roger are dating the same girl but don't know it. Meanwhile, Joanie is upset that she and Chachi don't go out as much as they used to, and Howard and Marion argue about love letters he wrote to her.

Ep 7: Fonzie, the Substitute

Fonzie substitutes for Roger in his hygiene class, and, as a prank, the students hide the 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.

Ep 8: Just a Piccalo

In order for Jenny to join the Rondells, a popular club, she has to steal a statue from Pfister Park and bring it to their clubhouse. Joanie is there to help, and they are both caught by Officer Kirk.

Ep 9: No Thank You

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 out of the house. Roger talks to her and finds out that she is a nun.

Ep 10: Baby, It's Cold Inside

While her parents weekend in New York and sister-in-law Lori Beth flies to visit faraway husband Richie, Joanie Cunningham must prove more than her babysitting mettle when she is challenged with both a sick baby nephew and a broken furnace.

Ep 11: Hello, Tough Guy

Dateless for an upcomming concert, Jenny is set up with Eugene Belvin by Joanie and Chachi. They, along with Fonzie, try to make Eugene appeal to Jenny by making him seem more manly.

Ep 12: To Beanie or Not to Beanie

Joanie has to decide where she wants to go to college: UCLA or the local UWM. She wants to go to UCLA, but Howard very much wants her to go to UWM. After much deliberation, Joanie announces that she's not going to college at all.

Ep 13: Southern Crossing

After seeing reports on television, Al feels compelled to visit the South to take part in an upcoming freedom march. Fonzie, concerned for his friend's well-being, decides to go with him. Meanwhile, the Cunningham's television set is broken, and, while it is away being repaired, Howard suffers withdrawal symptoms.

Ep 14: Grandma Nussbaum

Fonzie and Chachi's grandmother becomes very upset at them for suggesting that she move into a retirement home after they observe signs of senility.

Ep 15: Poobah Doo Dah

Al is chosen to head the Leopard Lodge's annual Poobah Doo Dah when he says he can get his distant cousin, Frankie Avalon, to perform. However, as Al is auditioning other acts to round out the show, Avalon calls to say he can't make it.

Ep 16: A Touch of Classical

Initially furious that the music teacher, Cynthia Brannigan, hires the Boston Conservatory Orchestra for the annual Jefferson High concert, Fonzie changes his tune when he realizes that famous composer Tchaikovsky was very much like himself. Fonzie decides to get the entire Jefferson High gang to like classical music.

Ep 17: Hi Yo Fonzie, Away

The gang tries to get the Lone Ranger, Fonzie's idol, to appear at his birthday party. Meanwhile, Fonzie thinks about becoming a one-woman man.

Ep 18: Great Expectations

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.

Ep 19: Hello, Flip

Roger's family sends his brother, Flip, to Milwaukee with the hope that Roger can straighten him out. Roger entrusts Flip to pick up Marion after he attends a Fats Domino concert, but he skips the concert to hang out with some hoodlums and leaves Marion to walk home in the cold.

Ep 20: Chachi's Future

After a day of fishing with Howard, Chachi gets to thinking about his future. He leaves the house determined not to come back until he finds a career that would be sufficient to support Joanie should they get married one day.

Ep 21: Tell-Tale Tart

Jealous of Joanie's friendship with a new girl in school, Mikki, Jenny spreads a false rumor that Mikki is pregnant. As the rumor circulates, Fonzie is added to it as being the child's father.

Ep 22: Love and Marriage

After a month of dating, Al wants to ask Chachi's mom to marry him. Being an old fashioned guy, Al asks Chachi's permission. He grants it but doesn't think his mom will want to marry Al.

Ep 1: A Woman Not Under the Influence

It's love at first sight for Fonzie when he sees a woman in a store as they pass each other on the escalator. Potsie happens to know who she is (Ashley Pfister), and Fonzie vows to find her and make her his.

Ep 2: Letting Go

Joanie and Chachi come back to Milwaukee after spending the summer in Chicago. Joanie wants to move there to be with Chachi and to continue their music career. After telling Howard and Marion her plans, which include attending Northwestern University, Howard refuses to let her go.

Ep 3: Empty Nest

Now that Joanie, Lori Beth and Richie Jr. have left the Cunningham house, Marion looks to find ways to occupy her time. Meanwhile, Fonzie isn't able to run Arnold's by himself in addition to his garage and teaching duties, so he looks to sell his half of Arnold's.

Ep 4: A Night at the Circus

In an attempt to get Ashley's young daughter, Heather, to warm up to him, Fonzie takes her to the circus. Meanwhile, K. C., Howard's niece, moves in with Howard and Marion while her parents look for a new boarding school. Marion asks Howard to consider letting her stay permanently.

Ep 5: Little Case of Revenge

Fonzie receives a good citizenship award from the Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce, but the ceremony is interrupted by a disgruntled childhood classmate of the Fonz who's been waiting 17 years for his revenge.

Ep 6: Who Gives a Hootenanny?

Joanie and Chachi have the opportunity to appear on a television music show but learn that their format is folk. Meanwhile, Fonzie is upset that folk music seems to be replacing rock 'n' roll.

Ep 7: Going Steady

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.

Ep 8: Such a Nice Girl

Marion encourages K. C. to date, so she accepts an invitation to Arnold's Gala Costume Ball from Melvin Belvin.

Ep 9: There's No Business Like No Business

Facing competition from a hardware store at a new mall, Howard says he'll have to close Cunningham Hardware.

Ep 10: All I Want for Christmas

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.

Ep 11: Since I Don't Have You

Roger's old flame from his school days shows up, and Roger cannot resist her. Fonzie attempts to prevent her from breaking his heart again.

Ep 12: Hello, Pfisters

Ashley receives an invitation to her estranged parents' wedding anniversary party. She doesn't want to go, but Fonzie insists.

Ep 13: I Drink, Therefore I Am

Roger tries to convince Flip to stop drinking and hanging out with guys that do. Flip doesn't take his advice, and he and his friends accidentally hit Heather with their car.

Ep 14: Prisoner of Love

Fonzie hires a convict, via a work-release program, to be a mechanic at his garage. After the convict, Jim, sees K. C. perform a song at Arnold's, she invites him to dinner. Howard stops K. C. from seeing Jim after Fonzie informs him and Marion of Jim's felonious past.

Ep 15: Life Is More Important Than Show Business

A record producer hears a demonstration tape of Joanie and Chachi and is eager to sign them. However, Chachi has an argument with Mario, a member of the band, and says they're breaking up.

Ep 16: Nervous Romance

During a celebration of Fonzie and Ashley's six-month anniversary of their first date, they recall the events of that evening.

Ep 17: I'm Not at Liberty

It's Heather's birthday, but Fonzie (along with Potsie and Roger) has to report for the Army reserves. He promises Heather that he will be at her party, but he didn't count on Officer Kirk being the commanding officer.

Ep 18: Wild Blue Yonder

Fonzie and Roger miss their flight to Minneapolis for a teacher's convention, so they agree to go with Potsie's uncle, Omar, who has a small plane. Omar jumps out when there is trouble with the engine, leaving Fonzie and Roger by themselves with no parachutes.

Ep 19: May the Best Man Win

Fonzie is the best man at the wedding of an old pal, but the bride-to-be stops the ceremony after spotting Fonzie. Meanwhile, K. C. awaits word about a part in the school musical.

Ep 20: Babysitting

Fonzie babysits Heather when Ashley leaves for a tax seminar, but his attention is drawn away by a televised heavyweight title fight leaving Heather resentful toward him. Meanwhile, Joanie and Chachi return to Milwaukee after Joanie says she's sick.

Ep 21: Turn Around and You're Home

After deciding to quit the band, Joanie moves back in with Howard and Marion to enroll in a teaching program at the University of Wisconsin. Chachi tries to convince her to stay with him in Chicago because he isn't willing to move back to Milwaukee.

Ep 22: Affairs of the Heart

Jenny dumps a nice guy to be with a former Olympic swimmer, but K. C. learns that the swimmer doesn't feel the same way about Jenny as she feels about him. Meanwhile, Fonzie wants to have a swimming pool put in the Cunninghams' backyard.

Ep 1: Because It's There

Fonzie finds a note he wrote as a child containing a list of things to accomplish in the next 20 years. On the list is one goal he hasn't yet accomplished: climb Suicide Hill on a motorcycle. The problem is that he's already tried it and failed.

Ep 2: The Ballad of Joanie and Chachi

New events in Joanie's life cause Chachi to resent her for not having enough time for him. Each has their own solution: Joanie wants to break up, and Chachi wants to get married.

Ep 3: Where the Guys Are

In an attempt to help Fonzie move on after his breakup with Ashley, Potsie, Chachi and Roger take him on a retreat to a singles resort. However, to get him to go, they tell him they're going to a sporting camp. When they arrive at the lake, Fonzie discovers what the resort is all about and says he's going to leave.

Ep 4: Welcome Home: Part 1

Richie (with Lori Beth and Richie Jr.) and Ralph return from the Army. Howard is able to get Richie an interview with The Milwaukee Journal, but Richie doesn't appear to be interested.

Ep 5: Welcome Home: Part 2

Still upset about having given up on his dream as a screenwriter and having to pretend to be happy all the time, Richie takes out his frustrations on everyone around him and even punches Fonzie.

Ep 6: Glove Story

After being nothing more than a coatrack for Fonzie's scarf during a rumble, Chachi enters the city boxing championship tournament to earn his respect. Fonzie is elated when Chachi wins his first fight.

Ep 7: Vocational Education

Roger is the new principal of the tough George S. Patton Vocational High School. He thinks he can handle the students there but is sorely mistaken.

Ep 8: Arthur, Arthur

Fonzie's long-lost brother from San Francisco, whom Fonzie didn't know existed, tracks Fonzie down in Milwaukee. Initially, Fonzie is happy to have a brother, but soon comes to hate him.

Ep 9: You Get What You Pay For

Howard hires Fonzie's students to build a second bathroom. However, when he learns that the room will take all semester to complete, Howard fires Fonzie and the students and says he'll finish the bathroom himself.

Ep 10: Kiss Me, Teach

Joanie accepts an assistant-teaching position at Patton High and immediately encounters trouble when a student has a crush on her.

Ep 11: The People vs. The Fonz

Fonzie is accused of hitting a trouble-making student but refuses to testify at a school-board hearing. By not doing so, he runs the risk of being ruled against and getting fired.

Ep 12: Like Mother, Like Daughter

Howard is jealous and upset when Marion's high-school boyfriend, Frederick, comes to visit. He becomes enraged when Frederick takes Joanie out on a date.

Ep 13: Social Studies

Chachi is hesitant about asking girls out for fear that he will be rejected. Fonzie tells Chachi that girls will ask him out because he has the Fonzarelli power.

Ep 14: The Spirit Is Willing

Fonzie meets a beautiful woman, Nancy Haley, at his garage and ends up driving her home. But when he goes back later to return her forgotten purse, he is informed that the Haleys moved out 10 years ago—after their daughter was killed in an automobile accident.

Ep 15: Fonzie Moves Out

Howard is offered the vice president position at a large hardware store chain and considers taking it and moving to New York. Despite nothing being final, Fonzie feels as though the Cunninghams are pushing him to leave and decides to immediately move out of his apartment.

Ep 16: Passages: Part 1

After realizing they're dating people that look like each other, Joanie and Chachi decide to meet in order to explore the option of getting back together. Meanwhile, Fonzie wants to adopt an orphaned boy to whom he's been a Big Brother.

Ep 17: Passages: Part 2

Fonzie's adoption request is reconsidered after a stern talk by Howard to the adoptions administrator. Meanwhile, Joanie and Chachi continue to prepare for their wedding.

Ep 18: So How Was Your Weekend?

Marion and Joanie take a trip to Mother Kelp's to help her move. From the time they arrive, Mother Kelp does nothing but critcize Marion. Meanwhile, Howard, Fonzie, Chachi and Roger spend the weekend playing poker.

Ep 19: Low Notes

After having to borrow money from Marion and being hassled by Fonzie about being a bum, Chachi takes a job as a dance instructor. Meanwhile, Howard takes away Potsie's salary after he sells power drills for $13.05 less than cost.

Ep 20: School Dazed

Joanie brings home one of her students in an attempt to help with her drug problem. The student promises Joanie that she'll make changes in her life, but she immediately takes several pills after everyone has gone to bed.

Ep 21: Good News, Bad News

After his single makes it onto the record charts, Chachi is invited to go on tour with The Beach Boys as one of their opening acts. However, he quits the tour after learning he has diabetes.

Ep 22: Fonzie's Spots

With the recent death of a fellow Leopard Lodge member, Howard fears that he may be ousted as Grand Poohbah for not attracting any new members other than Potsie during his five-year reign. He gets Fonzie, Chachi and Roger to join as pledges, and they have to follow the orders of Potsie during their initiation.