Hoping for more privacy, Richie moves out of the Cunningham home to share an apartment with his brother and soon discovers it's not the paradise he expected.
Richie persuades his father to let him have his own car and Fonzie comes up with just the car for him, a hot rod named "Love Bandit," which turns out to be hot in more ways than one.
Richie's fears get the best of him while he's reading a book on abnormal psychology and it drives him to secretly see a psychiatrist.
In "R.O.T.C." when he is selected by Mr. Binicky, the school's R.O.T.C.b instructor, to be squad leader, Richie is confronted with opposing advice. His father's advice is to make his men love him because they will do anything for him. On the other hand, Binicky tells Richie that all great leaders were hated. With these two viewpoints, Richie is faced with a dilemma.
Richie fights his fears over attending a Halloween party at a haunted house where he believes he saw a headless ghost.
Richie's surprise over little sister Joanie's first real date turns to shock when he learns it's with Spike, a pint-sized replica of his Uncle Fonzie.
Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli
Warren "Potsie" Weber
Aaaaay! Classic feel-good sitcom is hokey but fun.
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