In this 90-minute reunion special, hostedy by Henry Winkler, cast members remember their times on the series, and various show clips are shown.
In this 2-hour reunion special, cast members remember their times being on the show, and various clips are shown. Also, the cast recall their time on the Happy Days softball team, and they all reunite at a replica of the original Arnold's Drive-In.
As a kid, Fonzie had written a list of things to accomplish within the following twenty years. Well, now, Fonzie has found that list, and finds one thing that he hasn't accomplished: climb Suicide Hill on a motorcycle. The problem? He's already tried, and failed.
Joanie is dealing with too many new events in her life, causing Chachi to resent her for not spending enough of their time together. Each comes up with a solution: Joanie wants to break up with him while Chachi wants to get married.
The Angels -- "My Boyfriend's Back" (1963), Lenny Welch
-- "Since I Fell For You" (1963)
Roger, Potsie, and Chachi take Fonzie to a singles resort to help get his mind off his breakup with Ashley. However, they lie to him and tell him they're going to a sporting camp. When they finally arrive, an enraged Fonzie says he's leaving, but he ends up staying, an unexpected roadblock for the other guys.
Richie and Ralph return to Milwaukee from the Army, with Lori Beth and Richie Jr. in tow. Howard finds Richie an interview down at the Milwaukee Journal, but Richie, mysteriously, isn't interested.
Songs: Fats Domino
-- "Blueberry Hill" (sung by the gang) (1956), The Beach Boys
-- "I Get Around" (1964), Tommy Roe -- "Sheila" (instrumental) (1962)
Richie, frustrated by giving up his dreams of being a screenwriter, takes his anger out on everyone -- even the Fonz, whom he gives a good sock in the jaw.
To earn Fonzie's respect, Chachi enters the city championship boxing tournament, and Fonzie is elated when he wins his first fight. However, while training, Chachi seriously injures his best punching hand.
Songs: Tommy Roe -- "Sheila" (1962)
Roger is made principal of the extremely tough George S. Patton Vocational High School. He believes he can handle the students, but it's not that long until he starts to rethink his beliefs.
Fonzie's long-lost brother drops by for a visit. Fonzie, initially shocked on account of his not knowing he even existed, eventually grows to hate him.
Howard decides to build a second bathroom after being forced to shave at the dining room table. Fonzie has what he calls the perfect solution: have his students build the room. Coincidentally, Howard has also invented a new whisper-quiet toilet that he calls "The Whisper-Flush."
Joanie becomes an assistant teacher at Patton High, and one of her students develops a crush on her.
The Fonz has been accused of assaulting a trouble-making student, but refuses to testify at a school board hearing, running the risk of getting ruled against and fired.
Marion's high school boyfriend Frederick comes to visit. Guess how Howard reacts. He's even more enraged when Frederick takes Joanie out on a date.
For fear of rejection, Chachi is reluctant at asking girls out, but when Fonzie tells him that they will ask him out because of the "Fonzarelli Power," he changes his mind.
Fonzie meets a beautiful lady, by the name of Nancy Haley, in his garage while sitting in a 1955 Chevy that's worse for the wear. After he takes the woman home, he goes back to return her purse, but is told that the Haleys moved out of the house 10 years ago, when their daughter, Nancy, died in an auto accident.
Howard is offered a job as the vice president of a large hardware store chain, but to take it, he and his family must move to New York City. He actually considers, and Fonzie, feeling as if the Cunninghams are pushing him to leave, immediately makes plans to move out of his apartment and live somewhere else in Milwaukee.
Joanie and Chachi, after dating people who look almost exactly like them, decide to get back together. Meanwhile, Fonzie tries to adopt a little boy, to whom he's a "Big Brother."
Songs: The Angels -- "My Boyfriend's Back" (1963)
Fonzie's adoption request is initially turned down, but after a stern talk to the administrator by Howard, the request is reconsidered. Meanwhile, Joanie and Chachi continue with their plans to head to the altar.
Marion and Joanie go to Mother Kelp's place to help her move, and from the moment they set foot in the door, Mother Kelp does nothing but verbally bash Marion. Meanwhile, Fonzie, Howard, Chachi, and Roger play a game of poker.
Constant hassling from Fonzie and continuous borrowing of money from Marion convinces Chachi to look for a job, and he eventually finds one -- as a dance instructor. However, he lies to the others, saying he's got a recording deal with the Four Seasons. Meanwhile, Howard takes away Potsie's salary after he sells power drills for nearly $14 less than the original price.
Ernie Mills -- "In The Mood" (heard twice) (1959), The Chiffons
-- "One Fine Day" (instrumental) (1963)
In an attempt to help a student out with her drug problem, Joanie invites her over, even with everyone's initial reaction. The student, Jesse, promises Joanie that she'll lay off the drugs, but after everyone's gone to bed, she takes several pills and is out cold the next morning.
Chachi's new single finally makes it onto the recording charts, and he's invited to tour with the Beach Boys as an opener. One problem: He just learned he has diabetes.
The recent passing of a Leopard Lodge member brings about fears in Howard that because of his not attracting any new member in the last five years (other than Potsie) he'll be booted out as Grand Poobah. He persuades Fonzie, Chachi, and Roger to join as pledges, and the boys must follow Potsie's orders.