‘Happy Days’ is an American television sitcom that ran from 1974 to 1985. Over 225 30 minute episodes have been aired over the show’s 11 seasons. The show was created by Gary Marshall and it was supposed to depict life in the mid 1950’s to mid 1960’s in the United States of America. Not only was it one of the highest rated shows of the 1970’s but it is still remembered and talked about to this day.
The reunion of the cast, albeit due to a sad reason, was certainly a sight to see.
Read on to find out more on the ‘Happy Days’ reunion.
The show revolved around the lives of Richie Cunningham and his buddy, Potsie, as they endure life at Jefferson High. It was set in the 1950’s in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and focuses on the growth and maturation of the high school students. Eventually, Richie would go off to college and then the army. (Spoiler alert?)
The name ‘Fonzie’ or ‘The Fonz’ is still recognizable to this day for the character that was depicted on the show.
Originally cast as a secondary character, Fonzie soon became the fan favorite for his biker, high school dropout and ladies’ man attitude.
Fonzie was so popular that one episode was designed to incite more kids to take up reading, Fonzie would visit a library and pick out a book (despite his bad boy reputation.)
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