Happy Days

Season 3 Episode 18

Football Frolics

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Jan 20, 1976 on ABC
8.1
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Football Frolics
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Needing money to get tickets to a big football game, Richie, Potsie, and Ralph decide to babysit 15 children on the night of Mardi Gras.

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  • There is a big football game coming up and the guys need to earn some money to buy tickets.

    8.5
    This is a funny episode indeed with fast-paced frolics and humor abounding all over the place as Richie, Potsie and Ralph, all desperate to earn enough money to buy themselves tickets to the big football game which is coming up take on the unenviable task of paid babysitters - to a group of no less than fifteen children!



    The boys are not used to youngsters and it shows as they try tomaintain discipline and control without a great deal of success. The only thing that keeps them going is the thought of getting the money for the tickets because they have no intention of missing the game.



    A great one to watch.moreless
Henry Winkler

Henry Winkler

Arthur Herbert "Fonzie" Fonzarelli

Marion Ross

Marion Ross

Marion Kelp Cunningham

Anson Williams

Anson Williams

Warren "Potsie" Weber

Donny Most

Donny Most

Ralph Malph

Erin Moran

Erin Moran

Joanie Louise Cunningham

Tom Bosley

Tom Bosley

Howard C. Cunningham

Kristoff St. John

Kristoff St. John

Booker Brown

Guest Star

Danny Butch

Danny Butch

Spike

Guest Star

Pat Morita

Pat Morita

Arnold

Recurring Role

Penny Marshall

Penny Marshall

Laverne DeFazio

Recurring Role

Cindy Williams

Cindy Williams

Shirley Feeney

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Howard is inconsistent as he talks to Marion of the importance of the football game. On one hand, he refers to the upcoming Bears-Giants NFL Championship game. That would make the year 1956. On the other hand, he tells Marion it would be the Bears' first championship in eight years. However, the Bears' previous championship was 1946 - ten years before the Bears-Giants championship game.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Richie: Remember what Harry Truman said, "If you can't stand the heat, you get out of the kitchen."
      Joanie: Just remember what he said to General MacArthur.
      Potsie: What?
      Joanie: "Sit on it, Douglas."

    • Joanie: Great costume. Are you going as the Statue of Liberty?
      Howard: I'm Julius Caesar! What do you think of it?
      Joanie: No wonder they stabbed him.
      Howard: She's getting such a fresh mouth, Marion. She's starting to sound just like your mother.
      Joanie: Yeah, and you are starting to dress like her.
      Marion: Joanie!
      Joanie: I know, I know. Upstairs! It's the price I pay for a spontaneous wit.

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