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Laverne & Shirley: The Bachelor Party

The girls discover they are over their heads after allowing Fonzie to have a bachelor party at the Pizza Bowl, in which they have been left in charge of while Mr. DeFazio is away for the weekend.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x2
Production Number: 002
Airdate: Tuesday February 03rd, 1976



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Special Guest Stars
Henry Winkler
As Arthur Fonzarelli
Recurring

Guest Stars
Harry Shearer
voiced Announcer (V.O.)
Recurring
Paul Linke
As Milo
Tim Thomerson
As Silky Mulcheck (as Timothy Thomerson)
Main Cast
Penny Marshall
As Laverne DeFazio
Cindy Williams
As Shirley Feeney
Michael McKean
As Lenny Kosnowski
David L. Lander
As Andrew "Squiggy" Squiggman
Eddie Mekka
As Carmine Ragusa
Phil Foster
As Frank DeFazio
Episode Quotes
Shirley: Some day, God willing, I'm gonna be a mother. And if my daughter comes to me and says, "Mama, I want to go to this bachelor party and come outta this cake"... what can I tell her?
Laverne: A lot more than most mothers!



Other Episode Crew

CreatorLowell Ganz  |  Garry Marshall  |  Mark Rothman
Executive ProducerGarry Marshall  |  Edward K. Milkis  |  Thomas L. Miller
ProducerMark Rothman  |  Lowell Ganz  |  Anthony W. Marshall
Associate ProducerNick Abdo
Unit Production ManagerNorm Gray
Music EditorRobert Krueger
HairstylistShirley Kirby
Make-upBruce Hutchinson
Set DecoratorAnthony D. Nealis
Director of PhotographyLester Shorr
Story EditorMarty Nadler
Art DirectorMonty Elliott
Main Title ThemeCharles Fox
Main Title Theme Written ByNorman Gimbel
Film EditorRobert James Kern
Assistant DirectorJohn Thomas Lenox
Executive Story ConsultantBob Brunner
Executive Script ConsultantLowell Ganz  |  Mark Rothman
Sound Effects EditorRichard Adams (4)
Camera CoordinatorRay DeVally, Jr.
 
Warning: Laverne & Shirley season 1 episode 2 guide may contain spoilers
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