HAPPY DAYS EPISODE GUIDE: Details All 255 Episodes and 2 TV Specials with Plot Summaries. Searchable. Companion to DVDs Blu Ray and Box Set. [NOOK Book]

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HAPPY DAYS EPISODE GUIDE: Details All 255 Episodes and 2 TV Specials with Plot Summaries. Searchable. Companion to DVDs Blu Ray and Box Set.

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Overview

This digital episode guide is handy Nook companion. Use it to quickly find your favorite episodes, to answer trivia questions, to test your knowledge of the show, and to relive your favorite episodes.

Each of the entries includes --
The exact name of the episode
The episode ID number
Date it was first aired in the United States
Detailed description of the episode.
Names of the celebrity guest stars
Episode specific trivia.

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Episode 107 (Season 5 - Ep 19)
SPUNKLESS SPUNKY
First aired: Feb/07/1978
Guest stars: Dr. Joyce Brothers (Herself), Eileen Barnett (Eileen Wilson), Rance Howard (Ben Wilson)

Summary: Fonzie's dog Spunky appears unusually depressed and distant -- in Fonzie's words, he's "losing his spunk." After a visit to the vet, it is confirmed Spunky's problem is mental.

Details: Fonzie's dog, Spunky, has no energy for some reason.

Howard returns home with some potatoes (100 lbs.) after his physical and talks to Marion and Joanie. Marion says Ben Wilson, their new neighbor, is going to drop by and Howard brings in the potatoes (he wants to make potato salad for the Leopard Lodge picnic). Mr. Wilson brings in some petunias (with the roots still attached) and says their dog ripped them out of his garden. Howard and Mr. Wilson get into a shouting match. Richie returns and says he has a Moby Dick book report. Howard tells Fonzie about Spunky and then Fonzie talks to Spunky and says no veggies or television for him. At Spunky's party at Arnold's, Spunky is very depressed. Al serves a chopped liver cake which Potsie eats but Spunky won't eat. Richie talks to Fonzie and Fonzie is afraid to take Spunky to the vet because he fears something may be wrong with him. Back at the house, Joanie is on the phone with Binky Hodges, but Richie is expecting a call from the vet. The vet calls and gives Howard and then Fonzie the results. Spunky is fine physically, but his problem is mental. Ralph tries to cheer Spunky up with a kitten mitten. Potsie brings over some ink plots for the Rohr-shock test. Potsie tells Fonzie about a psychiatrist, Dr. Joyce Brothers. Howard receives his lab tests and gets a clean bill of health. Potsie brings Dr. Joyce Brothers to the house with everyone present. She tells Fonzie that someone there may be responsible for his depression and everyone admits it is their fault. She recommends that Spunky go to the country for awhile to get away from urban life. Marion mentions Mrs. Willis and her poodle who goes to a doggie dude ranch. Fonzie packs Spunky a bag and he hears a scratch on the door and Peaches (another dog) runs in, followed by a woman. The woman's name is Ilene Wilson. Richie says they have a case of puppy love. Fonzie, Ilene, and the dogs go up to Inspiration Point. Howard and everyone carry in all the leftover potato salad from the picnic.
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    Got sample and it was very definative. However, the text size changes randomly and it repeats some episodes.

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    You kno wht would mae me real hapy? If someone moved camp becuz im freaking locked out and i have been for nearly two weeks!!!!

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    Nightpaw

    Hey. Sorry i just came back from seeing the new batman

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