Happy Days

Season 2 Episode 1

Richie Moves Out

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Sep 10, 1974 on ABC
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Richie Moves Out
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Richie feels that he doesn't have enough privacy, so he decides to move in with Chuck. He quickly discovers, though, that bachelor life isn't quite what he expected it to be.

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  • Richie feels as though he wants some independence and so, he decides to move out.

    6.5
    Like all teenagers, Richie has reached the point where he feels responsible and mature enough to leave home. Howard and Marion are not too keen on this idea but Richie clearly wants to be independent and so, he moves out to share an appartment with his older brother, Chuck. (Randolph Roberts).



    At first, Richie thinks that it's great being away from home and not having to worry about parental authority but when Chuck's buddies are constantly at the apartment, which is extremely untidy, and Richie finds it impossible to study, he begins to wonder whether the comforts of home may not have been better after all.moreless
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

Randolph Roberts

Randolph Roberts

Chuck

Guest Star

Linda Purl

Linda Purl

Gloria

Recurring Role

Erin Moran

Erin Moran

Joanie

Recurring Role

Misty Rowe

Misty Rowe

Wendy

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • Richie: Now we're gonna do what we came up here to do: neck.
      Gloria: Oh, anything you say, Richie.
      (They begin to kiss when the alarm clock goes off, signaling that Gloria must go home.)
      Gloria: Maybe we'll have time for a goodnight kiss at my door.
      Richie: The story of my life is kissing at the door.

    • Potsie: This girl's got potential. I took her to the drive-in the other night, and she's still talking to me.

    • Chuck: If you're gonna have a girl up here, maybe we ought to rig up a signal or something to let me know.
      Richie: Like a light in the window?
      Chuck: Well, I usually put a sign on the door saying "Keep away, I got a girl here."

    • Marion: Now, dear, there's egg salad and tuna.
      Richie: Oh, thanks, Mom.
      Howard: Marion, when the prodigal son returns home you're supposed to feed him the fatted calf, not make him the fatted prodigal son.

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