Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Sunday, 14 October 2012

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The trailer in which Erin Moran and her husband were living in until they were kicked out.

McINTYRE, Georgia - Little Honey Boo Boo has just shown that she has a bigger heart than that anti-Big Bird fella that is running for president.

In a move that even stunned her own mother, June "Mama" Shannon, the tiny seven-year-old, decided to send Erin Moran a check for $900.

Alana Thompson heard on the television entertainment show iRumors that the childhood star who starred as Joanie Cunningham on the 70s and 80s hit sit-com Happy Days was down on her luck.

Vodka Vermicelli, with iRumors, interviewed Moran, 52, and her husband Steve "Cooter" Fleischmann, 45, in a run down motel room at a run down motel in Indiana.

Erin told Miss V that she and her younger husband, who has a tremendous affliction for popcorn, were living with Cooter's mom, who is 72, but acts 92.

Ironically they were living in a mobile home in the Happy Days Trailer Park, located across the street from Chang Tao's Tattoo Parlor & Tofu Shop.

Moran said that her and her husband love watching old comedy reruns like Laverne & Shirley, Gilligan's Island, and of course Happy Days.

She told Vermicelli that her mother-in-law, on the other hand, hates comedy shows and perfers to watch reality shows like Cupcake Wars, The Cajun Crawfish Catching Wars, The Muffin Makers, and The Real Housewives of Intercourse, Pennsylvania.

Recently when Erin was sitting in her underwear watching the Happy Days episode where Fonsie takes Mrs. Cunningham for a 95 mile per hour ride on his motorcycle, Steve's mom walked in, picked up the remote control, and changed the channel to The Muffin Makers.

Moran exploded telling her to change it back or she would body slam her butt on top of her scratched up coffee table.

The trailer park security guard was called and he escorted Erin out of the trailer without letting her put on a coat.

She said that some of the neighbors started saying things like "Hey look at Joanie in her underwear," "Wow, I wonder what Marion Cunningham would think about that?" and "Hey, da broad ain't bad for 52."

After hearing about that Honey Boo Boo told her mom that she wanted to do something for her in the spirit of one current child star helping an old ex-child star.

In A Related Story. October 22, is National Trailer Park Day, except in Beverly Hills, where there are no trailer parks.

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