Happy Days

Weekdays at 2:30p ET | 11:30a PT

A nostalgic comedy set in 1950s Milwaukee, Happy Days follows the Cunningham family: hardware store owner Howard (Tom Bosley); his wife, Marion (Marion Ross); and their kids, Richie (Ron Howard) and Joanie (Erin Moran). With Richie's friends Potsie (Anson Williams) and Ralph (Don Most) constantly dreaming up cockeyed teenage schemes and Fonzie's (Henry Winkler) greaser wisdom, there is always something fun going on with the gang.

Next Airings

Mar 1st 2:30p ET

Fonzie Joins the Band

Howard secures a gig for Richie, Potsie, Ralph, and Bag to play at the Leopard Lodge dance. Fonzie is able to get the guys tuxedos, but, in return, he joins them as a member of the band. When Fonzie plays a loud bongo solo during a slow dance, Richie is chosen to give him the news that he's out of the band.

Mar 4th 2:30p ET

Fish and the Fins

To hide from overzealous fans, a popular rock group (one of the members was Richie's childhood friend) is staying at the Cunningham house, but Richie can't tell anyone that they're there. This poses a problem for Richie because nobody believes he actually knows them.

Mar 5th 2:30p ET

Richie's Flip Side

Richie is forced into being a disc jockey at a local radio station when one there suddenly quits. His boss informs him that he has the potential to become the next Wolfman Jack, and Richie begins to develop an inflated ego and neglect his friends.

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