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Happy Days: Happy Days 30th Anniversary Reunion

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.

Episode Info


Episode number: 11x0
Airdate: Thursday February 03rd, 2005
Special Airtime: 08:00 pm
Special Runtime: 120 Minutes



Guest Stars
Anson WilliamsAnson Williams
As Himself
Recurring
Don MostDon Most
As Himself
Recurring
Erin MoranErin Moran
As Herself
Recurring
Garry MarshallGarry Marshall
As Himself
Recurring
Gavan OGavan O'Herlihy
As Himself
Recurring
Henry WinklerHenry Winkler
As Himself
Recurring
Marion RossMarion Ross
As Herself
Recurring
Pat MoritaPat Morita
As Himself
Recurring
Randolph RobertsRandolph Roberts
As Himself
Recurring
Ron HowardRon Howard
As Himself
Recurring
Scott BaioScott Baio
As Himself
Recurring
Tom BosleyTom Bosley
As Himself
Recurring
Main Cast
Henry WinklerHenry Winkler
As Arthur Herbert "Fonzie" Fonzarelli
Tom BosleyTom Bosley
As Howard C. Cunningham
Episode Notes
Those who actively participated in the special are credited; those only in clips or the softball game are not.

Donny Most is credited as "Don Most."
Randolph Roberts is credited as "Randy Roberts."

This special was rerun by ABC on February 12 and finished 81st that week with an average of 5.663 million viewers and a 6 share.

The initial run of this show finished eighth for the week of January 31 - February 6, right behind Super Bowl XXXIX. It had a 12.5 rating, a 17 share, and an average of 19.919 million viewers.

This special was taped on September 11, 2004.

This is the first mention of the Happy Days softball team in a reunion special.



Episode Goofs
This special was made to commemorate the show's 30th anniversary; however, Happy Days premiered in 1974 and the special was aired in 2005, a 31-year difference.

The date of the "second pilot," "All The Way," is given as January 14, 1975. It actually aired January 15, 1974.

The date of the episode featuring the first appearance of Mork, "My Favorite Orkan," is given as February 11, 1975. It actually aired over three years later, on February 28, 1978.



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