Written by Ben Macnair

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Topics: TV, Happy Days

Tuesday, 4 September 2007

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These happy days, share them with me

Shock news has reached us that Arthur 'The Fonz' Fonzerelli from 1950's documentary 'Happy Days' really was not as cool or as dangerous as anybody thought.

Ralph Malph, comedy sidekick on the show said: 'Come on, the Fonz, cool, come of it, he was called Arthur, had to be at least in his early thirties, and hung around a dead-end cafe with Al, and us teenagers. If he was cool, then so am I, and I was one of the biggest nerds on the show. I made Richie Cunningham look cutting edge'.

Mr and Mrs Cunningham, now both in their nineties said: 'Arthur was a lovely boy, he really was, but he was never cutting edge. Potise, now there's a dangerous man'

We spoke to Potsie in his prison cell, where he is serving time for GBH: 'Everything I learnt about crime, I learnt from the Fonz. Everytime he kicked a jukebox machine, I learnt something.'

Richie and Joanie Cunningham have both recently been reported missing, following the mysterious death of Chachi, the Fonz's somewhat irritating cousin.

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