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Happy Days: Season 3 [DVD]
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Seminal comedy Happy Days comes into its own in this third, hilarious, season. With revamped sets and the fondly-remembered Happy Days intro sequence appearing for the first time, this is the season of Happy Days which defined the show for its duration. The Fonz takes centre stage, moving in with the Cunninghams and becoming part of the family, much to their delight with the exception of the stubborn father, Howard Cunnigham. Season 3 includes the iconic episode Fearless Fonzerelli in which the Fonz becomes so concerned that he is losing his effortless cool, that he agrees to jump fourteen trash cans on his motorbike with disastrous results. Fonzies cool is further tested in the episode Fonzie the Superstar when he brashly volunteers to front Ritchies band, only to be taken aback by a very un-cool case of stage fright when the moment to shine arrives.
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Other memorable lines include Fonzie approving of the guys band practice in They Call It Potsie Love; "Hey I support the arts." This series starts with Fonzie moving into the room above the garage at the the Cunninghams house which leads to many witty exchanges. There is also the Laverne and Shirley episode. Happy Days is at it's best with this collection.
Given how the UK boxsets have generally been more complete than their US counterparts for this show, I felt it worth asking!
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Always a fantastic series from my teenage years. Wonderful nostalgia.Published 17 months ago by Humberhawk