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.

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Ralph Malph (as Donny Most)
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Girl #3
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Susan
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Girl #2
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When Richie breaks up with his long time girlfriend, he finds it difficult to ask a girl out. So he asks Fonzie for help. He decides to take Richie to the supermarket where he says he can meet and pick up girls. But it doesn't turn out so well, so Fonzie decides to try another approach--he will call two women in his black book and they will have a double date. And the women he chooses are Laverne DeFazio and Shirley Feeney. They're not exactly wholesome. But eventually they go back to Richie's where he's all alone because the family went to visit a relative. When Fonzie takes Laverne to his place he leaves Richie with Shirley and things heat up when his family comes back. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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11 November 1975 (USA)  »

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The three actresses credited as "Girl #1", "Girl #2" and "Girl #3" are the three main females in the grocery store scene. Actress Sheila Sisco, "Girl #1", is the first girl Richie approaches. "Girl #2" is the one with the eggs in her shopping cart and is played by actress Debbie Chaffin even though the credits erroneously say actress Kit McDonough. McDonough is in the episode but she plays the blonde standing behind the piano at Arnold's. Finally, actress Suzann Arnold, "Girl #3", is the grocery store shoplifter. See more »

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Great Balls Of Fire
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Written by Otis Blackwell and Jack Hammer
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