Season 5 Episode 3

The One Hundredth

Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Oct 08, 1998 on NBC



  • Allusions

    • In this episode they are numerous references to Happy Days, a TV show about a family and their friend Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzerelli living in America in the 1950s and '60s.

      Dr. Harad: And also I love Fonzie.
      Chandler: Did he just say he loves Fonzie?

      Dr. Harad: Oh, you know, Fonzie dated triplets.
      Chandler: This Fonzie person you keep referring to is that another doctor?
      Dr. Harad: Oh no, no, no. Fonzie is the nickname of Arthur Fonzerelli. The Fonz.

      Ross: To be fair, he doesn't seem to be impersonating Fonzie--
      Phoebe: What are you doing? Why are you defending him? Just get me another doctor. One who isn't crazy and one who isn't Fonzie.

      Ross: This is Dr. Oberman. He has no strong feelings about Fonzie or any of the Happy Days gang.

      Dr. Harad: They have the honor of being born on the Fonz's half-birthday.
      Phoebe: Happy birthday.
      Dr. Harad: Just to clarify, I'm not Fonzie.

      Dr. Harad: Ha ha ha. Oh Fonzie.

      Dr. Harad: Fonzie met Mork. Mork froze Fonzie.
      Rachel: Yes, but Fonzie was already cool. So he wasn't hurt, right?

      Dr. Harad: I need a clamp, a sterile towel, and channel 31.
      Phoebe: What is that?
      (The theme to Happy Days starts playing)
      Phoebe: Oh my God!
      Dr. Harad: Oh, no, no, no! It's a good one. Fonzie plays the bongos.