Jealous Richie Cunningham bridles at Lori Beth's too-enthusiastic participation in a charity kissing booth, while unable-to-swim Potsie Weber fears that the traditional dunk in the lake ... See full summary »

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Richie Cunningham
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Marion Cunningham
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Potsie Weber
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Ralph Malph (as Donny Most)
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Joanie Cunningham
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Al Delvecchio
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Howard Cunningham
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lynda Goodfriend ...
Lori Beth Allen
Lorrie Mahaffey ...
Jennifer Jerome
Carol Ann Williams ...
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Jealous Richie Cunningham bridles at Lori Beth's too-enthusiastic participation in a charity kissing booth, while unable-to-swim Potsie Weber fears that the traditional dunk in the lake following his fraternity pinning ceremony will embarrass him in front of his intended sorority pin-ee, lovely Jennifer Jerome. Written by shepherd1138

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Comedy | Family | Music

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10 January 1978 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the mid-twentieth century teenage social custom to present to a girl one's fraternity pin as a sign of affection possibility accompanying going steady with her. See more »

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Ralph Malph: [Ralph Malph has rubbed his lips with olive oil all day] Hey Fonz, big doings, huh?
Arthur 'Fonzie' Fonzarelli: [Fonzie sniffs and smells the olive oil on Ralph's lips] What's wrong with you, Malph? You smell like a salad.
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