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This Ain't Happy Days XXX (2009)

Richie, Potsie and Ralph Malph ask The Fonz for some advice picking up cheerleaders, but when push comes to shove only Richie has the guts to go through with it. Joanie finally gets Chachi ... See full summary »



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Cast overview:
Alan Stafford ...
The Fonz
Raquel Devine ...
Marion Cunningham
Anthony Rosano ...
Steve Crest ...
Ralph Malph (as Jack Lawrence)
Missy Stone ...
Kris Slater ...
Howard Cunningham
Jenny Piccalo
Codi Carmichael ...
Mary Beth
Riley Evans ...
Cheerleader #1
Ally Ann ...
Cheerleader #2


Richie, Potsie and Ralph Malph ask The Fonz for some advice picking up cheerleaders, but when push comes to shove only Richie has the guts to go through with it. Joanie finally gets Chachi to ask her to go steady, but this doesn't stop him cheating on her with her best friend Jenny Piccalo. Meanwhile, back at the Cunningham household, Mr. and Mrs. C are upset about Richie acting and dressing like Fonzie. Written by Il Tesoro

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28 April 2009 (USA)  »

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Followed by This Ain't Happy Days XXX: Fonzie Luvs Pinky (2009) See more »


This Ain't Happy Days XXX
Lyrics by Roger Krypton & Drew Rose
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But it sure ain't tragic nights either
10 November 2009 | by (The House of the Rising Sun) – See all my reviews

Casting is spot on in Axel Braun's Happy Days spoof for Hustler. Especially the voice of Howard Cunningham (James Bartholet) as he informs us via voice that the production was 'filmed in front of a live, masturbating audience'. Which probably means very sticky seats and isles. The art direction, recreated set design and costumes are all faultless right down to the old fashioned underwear and body hair. In fact everything is so much like the original that they didn't even change any of the names.

Richie (Alan Stafford), Ralph (Jack Lawrence) and Potsie (Anthony Rosato) have their eyes on a trio of cheerleaders and wish they had a way with the ladies such as the Fonz (Tommy Gunn). So, Richie is picked to ask him for some advice. Fonzie is game and invites two chicks (Tori Black & Codi Carmichael) into his office to give the guys a show rather than some actual advice. After that he tells the guys what to wear, how to walk and most importantly: Fonz recites the HNC: how to nail chicks.

Meanwhile, Joanie (Missy Stone) loves Chachi (Kris Slater) and tells him to stop seeing other girls if he wants to go steady. A little later she calls her best friend Jenny (Penny Flame), unaware that Chach is right there about to fill Jenny's mouth as soon as she stops talking on the phone. Back at Arnold's diner, where the production sound is unfortunately lacking, Richie manages to impress one of the cheerleaders and get a date with her after hours. Potsie and Ralph however end up chickening out.

The exposition (as in talking) scenes in between those in which the actors expose themselves are surprisingly lengthy and feature plenty of nods to plots and lines from the original series. For instance, Ralph and Potsie overhear the Fonz scolding his nephew about cheating on 'Shortcakes'. So the nerd patrol visit Joannie and the three of them end up popping each others cherries as Joannie decides to 'steal her own virginity away from Chachi'. This turns out to be the most inspired scene in the picture, with little Joannie shouting out orders to the two bumbling guys all the way.

But there's still more to come: downstairs, Mr. C. is off delivering a speech as the Leppards Lodge while his Mrs (Raquel Devine) promises Fonzie anything to make sure Richie stops doing his Fonzerelli impression. Before long, The Fonz and Mrs C. are going at it, the Nerd Patrol is on the stairs watching again and in typical sitcom style, every body walks in just after their climax. Cue audience laughter and freeze frame.

8 out of 10 including two Fonzie thumbs up

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