Happy Days

Season 2 Episode 22

Kiss Me Sickly

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Apr 29, 1975 on ABC
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Fonzie asks Richie to watch after his girl, Denise, while he's out of town at a demolition derby. Denise, upon hearing what Fonzie's asked Richie to do, decides to test Richie's trustworthiness. Richie succumbs to temptation and makes out with Denise at Inspiriation Point, but he later finds out that she has mononucleosis.

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Marion Ross

Marion Ross

Marion Kelp Cunningham

Anson Williams

Anson Williams

Warren "Potsie" Weber

Henry Winkler

Henry Winkler

Arthur Herbert "Fonzie" Fonzarelli

Donny Most

Donny Most

Ralph Malph

Tom Bosley

Tom Bosley

Howard C. Cunningham

Ron Howard

Ron Howard

Richard J. Cunningham

Richard Kuller

Richard Kuller

Kid

Guest Star

Didi Conn

Didi Conn

Joyce

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Laurette Spang

Laurette Spang

Denise

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Misty Rowe

Misty Rowe

Wendy

Recurring Role

Erin Moran

Erin Moran

Joanie

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  • QUOTES (2)

    • Ralph: Are your glands swollen?
      Richie: Well, I don't go around feeling my glands.
      Ralph: (to Potsie) Irritability, that's another symptom! (feels behind Richie's ears) Could be swollen. Why didn't I wear rubber gloves?

    • Howard: Who's the girl?
      Richie: Denise Hudson.
      Howard: The one with the terrific perfume? Oh, you've got good taste.
      Richie: Except she's Fonzie's girl, and I was supposed to be keeping the other guys away from her while he's gone.
      Howard: Good taste and bad judgement.

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    • Howard: There are eight million diseases in the Naked City. How come you happened to pick that one?

      Howard Cunningham makes a pun based on the last line of the 1948 movie The Naked City: "There are eight million stories in the Naked City; this has been one of them." (A television series with the same name premiered in 1958, some years after the events of this episode.)

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