Happy Days: Season 10 episode guide. 1982-1983 (22 episodes). #212 - A Woman Not Under the Influence (9/28/82).
Watch Happy Days - Season 10, Episode 2 - Letting Go: Joanie and Chachi come back to Milwaukee after spending the summer in Chicago. This is a list of episodes from the tenth season of Happy Days. Season 10 consisted of 22 episodes. Scott Baio (Chachi), Erin Moran (Joanie), and Al Molinaro. Watch Happy Days Season 10 Free Online. Full Episodes for Happy Days Season 10. Перевод песни Oh, happy day! (House House M.D. · House M.D. Season 2 Oh, happy day! Come on and talking about the Happy day (Oh happy day).
Fonzie meets Ashley Pfister for the first time. Directed by: Jerry Paris. Written by: William Bickley & Michael Warren. #213 - Letting Go (10/12/82).
Joanie wants to move to Chicago with Chachi to start a singing career and attend college. Directed by: Jerry Paris. Written by: Fred Fox, Jr.
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& Brian Levant. Special guest stars Erin Moran and Scott Baio; guest stars: Billy Warlock, Harris Kal as Bobby, Gary Friedkin as Clarence, Kevin Sullivan as Tommy, and Scott Bernstein as Melvin. Inconsitency: There had never been marks on the kitchen door frame, they just appear for the flashback scene with Joanie growing up. #214 - Empty Nest (10/19/82). After Joanie departs, Marion replaces the living room furniture with inflatables and buys a trailer.
Directed by: Jerry Paris. Written by: Paula A. Roth. #215 - A Night at the Circus (10/26/82). Fonzie and Heather go to the circus.
Directed by: Jerry Paris. Cut scenes in syndication: After the scene with Fonzie, Ashley, and Heather and the little cycle, there was a shot in the Cunningham house starting with K. descending the stairs. In the original, uncut episode - before this scene there is a scene where Mr.
and Mrs. C. talk about new televisions with remote controls and then Jenny arrives and then there is K. coming down the stairs. #216 - A Little Case of Revenge (11/9/82). Fonzie's former classmate (Tom Hanks) seeks revenge at a civic ceremony honoring the Fonz.
Guest stars: Billy Warlock, Heather O'Rourke, Pat Morita as Arnold, Tom Hanks as Dwayne, and Harris Kal as Bobby. #217 - Who Gives a Hootenanny (11/16/82). Arnold replaces the jukebox music with folk music. Joanie and Chachi appear on a TV music show called Hootnite. Special guest stars: Erin Moran and Scott Baio; guest stars: Crystal Bernard as K.
Cunningham, Pat Morita as Arnold, Brad Blaisdell as Lou, Judy Pioli as Phyllis, Richard Dano as Felix, and Ronnie Sperling as Phil. #218 - Going Steady (11/23/82). Fonzie pledges his love to Ashley, but risks losing her when he allows an old girlfriend to spend the night in his apartment.
Directed by: Jerry Paris. Written by: Richard Gurman. Special guest star: Scott Baio; Guest stars: Crystal Bernard as K.
Cunningham, Heather O'Rourke, Francis Bay as Grandma Nussbaum, Ken Lerner as Rocco, Coleen Maloney as Buffy, and Melinda Naud as Paula Petrolunga. #220 - There's No Business Like No Business (12/7/82). A new hardware store at a new mall threatens Howard's store. Directed by: Jerry Paris. Teleplay by: Paula A.
Roth. Story by: John B.
Collins. Special guest star: Erin Moran; Guest stars: Crystal Bernard as K.
Cunningham, Billy Warlock, Pat Morita as Arnold, and Daniel J. Foster as Pete. #221 - All I Want for Christmas (12/14/82). When Heather asks Santa to patch up the rift between her mother and her grandparents, Fonzie decides to make her wish come true.
Directed by: Jerry Paris. Written by: Pamela Ryan & Beverly Bloomberg. Guest stars: Crystal Bernard as K. Cunningham, Heather O'Rourke, Pat Morita as Arnold, Richard Paul as Dick, and Sue Ann Langdon as Belle. #222 - Since I Don't Have You (12/27/82). A beautiful blonde who has done Roger wrong since childhood is on the rebound from a failed relationship, and Roger is helpless to resist.
Directed by: Jerry Paris. Written by: Brian Levant. Guest stars: Billy Warlock, Heather O'Roruke, Wendy Schaal as Lorraine, Kevin Sullivan as Tommy, Casey Peterson as young Roger, and Heather Hepler as young Lorraine. Blooper.
Fonzie shaves and he turns around and wipes the shaving cream off, but it looks like they missed a spot, but when they cut back to him it was gone. #223 - Hello, Pfisters (1/4/83). The long-awaited reunion between Ashley and her parents collapses after Ashley bolsters her courage with too much champagne.
Directed by: Jerry Paris. Written by: William Bickley & Michael Warren. Flip and his friends run down Heather after they have been drinking. Special guest stars: Erin Moran and Scott Baio; Guest stars: Crystal Bernard as K.
Cunningham, Pat Morita as Arnold, Robert Peirce as Bingo, Derrel Maury as Mario, Winifred Freedman as Annette, and Dick Yarmy as Holstein. #227 - Nervous Romance (2/1/83). Fonzie and Ashley recount their first date six months earlier. Directed by: Jerry Paris. Written by: Robert Keats. Guest stars: Heather O'Rourke, Robin Bach as maitre d', Andrew Levant as Jacques, and William Sumper as the customer.
#228 - I'm Not at Liberty (2/8/83). Fonzie must report to army reserve duty days before Heather's birthday, where Officer Kirk is named as his platoon leader. #229 - Wild Blue Yonder (2/15/83). Fonzie and Roger are stranded on a mountain following the crash of their plane. Directed by: Jerry Paris.
Teleplay by: Richard Gurman & Larry Strawther. Story by: Michael O'Mahony & Larry Strawther.
Guest stars: Crystal Bernard as K.
Cunningham, Billy Warlock, Kevin Sullivan as Tommy, Martin Ferrero as Omar, William Woff as the skier, and Catherine Gilmour as Teresa. #230 - May the Best Man Win (2/22/83). Fonzie is the best man at the wedding of an old pal, but the bride-to-be creates chaos when she spots the man of her dreams--the Fonz. Guest stars: K.
Cunningham as Crystal Bernard, Peter Scolari as Jake, Patti Cohenour as Susie, Ken Lerner as Rocco Baruffi, and Al Molinaro as Father Delvecchio. #231 - Babysitting (3/1/83). Fonzie babysits for Heather while Ashley goes on a business trip. Directed by: Jerry Paris.
Written by: Paula A. Roth. Guest stars: Crystal Bernard as K. Cunningham, Billy Warlock, and Heather O'Rourke. #232 - Turn Around.
And You're Home (3/15/83). Joanie comes back to Milwaukee to teach, and Chachi must decide between his career and his love for Joanie. Directed by: Jerry Paris. Guest stars: Crystal Bernard as K.
Cunningham, Billy Warlock, Larry Poindexter as Erik, Michael Morgan as Don, and Candace Silvers as Carla Bee.