Towards the end of the second season Happy Days was finding its footing. The fifties obviously remained an important source for story lines. The rise of disk jockeys (despite their sometimes advanced age) proved to be a good plot opportunity. However, would Richie really be a good plate spinner? His change into an unbearable star seemed a bit far fetched. Certain secondary characters were really coming into their own. Joanie gets some of the best lines. Others, like Wendy, had nowhere to go. But the strangest thing about this episode is the rather heartless behaviour of the Fonz. I know he is supposed to be a tough guy, but his influence on the kids, who cowered in his presence, made him look less likeable. In certain episodes you could feel sorry for him, in others you'd root for him, here he is the original wild one.
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