Happy Days: Season 10, Episode 18

Wild Blue Yonder (15 Feb. 1983)

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Fonz and Roger are going to a teacher's convention in another city but miss their flight. They hire Potsie's uncle to fly them in his old crop dusting plane, which could lead to high flying disaster.

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Fonzie and Roger are going to a teacher's convention in another city but miss their flight. Warren "Potsie" Webber's Uncle Omar, has a small (but old) crop-dusting plane. After taking off and flying some distance, the plane starts having engine trouble. Omar jumps out of the plane, leaving Fonzie and Roger without parachutes! Will Fonzie and Roger have happy landings or get a crash course in survival? Written by happipuppi13

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The title is a line from the official song of the United States Air Force which begins "Off we go into the wild blue yonder..." Captain Robert MacArthur Crawford wrote the lyrics and music in 1939 during the second round search for an Army Air Corps song. Though widely used by the U.S. Air Force, it was not adopted as the official song for the service until 1979. See more »

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