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Happy Days: 30th Anniversary Reunion (2005)

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3 February 2005 (USA)  »

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Anson Williams: [about why Anson is directing now] Gary always said, 'In this business you have to wear at least four different hats. I've seen your acting kid, you should wear six.'
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Happy days are here again and again and again...I guess that they'll always be here
13 June 2005 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

Obviously, "Happy Days: 30th Anniversary Reunion" brought back all the cast members, all of whom threw in their two cents about the show's various aspects. Until watching this reunion, I had never known about their baseball team, or that the show was spun off of "Love: American Style". And Henry Winkler's home movies showing the bloopers were pretty interesting. It must have been pretty incredible to be in the same room as Robin Williams hearing him ad lib a bunch of jokes as Mork.

Admittedly, this will probably only appeal to the show's hardcore fans; otherwise, the whole thing just seems like self-congratulation. But I would congratulate Fonzie's coolness. On another note, it's sort of weird to think that all of the "Happy Days" cast members are still alive after all these years (but not everyone who participated; director Jerry Paris has passed on). But no matter, it's great to see Richie, Fonzie, Howard, Marion, Joanie, Potsie, Ralph and Chachi together again, not to mention some of the obscurer cast members. Just one question: where was Al? Oh well. As Fonzie always says: heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeey!


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